Pressed out yes but the pressing force can only be applied to the inner race or cone as the cup outer race is not accessible to press against. Pressing thru the cone, rollers to the cup to remove likely not advisable for reinstalling the used bearing assy.
I own the bearing removal screw press out and in tool. Comments based on hands on Nev-R-Lube R&R.
Maybe consult the the machinist and get their .02$ on turning and don’t forget a good basic inspection of the brakes.
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