Stay tuned for a wire stripping jig....
Step 1: Cut down stock
When using a cold saw it is important to properly vice your work. Steel requires a lower cutting speed than aluminum would require, so be sure to check the cut settings on the saw before you begin your cut. Once there was coolant running through the blade, I slowly pulled the saw through the square stock.
Step 2: Mill the part
I set the square stock on 7/8" parallel bars in the vice, then raised the bed of the mill up to the end mill. I only had to lower the quill a little bit.
I set a spindle speed of a little less than 1200 based on the the spindle speed equation: (SFPM x 4)/diameter of end mill. That ends up being (110x4)/.375=1175ish RPM - In High Gear/High Frequency I began to mill my part.
I made 5 passes with the mill, sinking the end mill into the material about 30/1000s of an inch with each pass.