This is a RH holder. RH often causes confusion since by RH we mean that the feed is to the left while the chip peels off to the right. Hence RH is determined by chip direction, not feed direction.
Start with a steel blank and an insert-
layout the RH pattern --
Look close at the previous pic, because here it becomes tricky!! Since were using TNMA inserts we need a 5 degree offset (just like in the other holder), but this time at a 60 degree angle. So we will need to machine a compound angle. To accomplish this I used an adjustable machinists vise. Unfortunately I forgot to take a pic while machining -- but here is a pic of this vise
Set one axis to 60 degrees and then tilt the vise 5 degrees for the relief angle -- voila -- you have a compoung angle for the rake.
here is what it should look like -- 60 degrees sideways and 5 degrees tilt.
The machining and drilling process is exactly the same as outlined in the other thread. Use a fileto handfit the insert if necessary and use a loose insert to center punch the hole. Here is what you wind up with --
scribe the next cutting line to form the pocket -- 60 degrees, and make the cut.
Next, mill a 3 degree relief on the bottom for clearance.
This is what the finished product should look like
Here you have it; two indexable insert holders -- for next to nothing.