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New Double Quattromill for face milling and other highlights shared at Mold and Die event.


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Seco Tools LLC (Troy, Michigan) will unveil several new products and services at IMTS 2018 that are geared to the mold and die industry. Editors who attended the company’s Die and Mold Seminar got a sneak preview of what’s to come, including the new Double Quattromill for face milling.

“We are expanding our service offerings and we expect that the Double Quattromill will be the hero of IMTS,” Rob Keenan, president of Seco Tools, says. “A lot of research and development went into this product with impressive results.”

The 22-millimeter IC insert is designed to be especially effective for unstable machining conditions and features two lead angles of 45 degrees and 68 degrees for flexibility, large depths of cut (9 mm – 11 mm), and more. Both inserts have eight edges and positive axial rake angles with all geometries. 

Seco has also recently established its Seco Consultancy Service (SCS), a new branch intended to support customers with strategies for optimizing cutting tool usage, including manufacturing efficiency evaluations (MEE). 

Visit Seco Tools in booth number 431564 in the West Hall of McCormick Place, Chicago.


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