9/17/2014

Ballnose Milling Inserts Boost Finishes

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Unlike ballnose geometries that tear off material when milling at the point, Millstar’s RB-T series ballnose milling inserts are engineered to shear the material to ensure quality finishes.

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Unlike ballnose geometries that tear off material when milling at the point, Millstar’s RB-T series ballnose milling inserts are engineered to shear the material to ensure quality finishes. Well-suited for long, unattended runs, the solid carbide inserts feature a proprietary coating and Millstar’s patented locating technology.

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