6/1/2016

End Mills Provide Stability for Lower Speed Machining

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Designed for stainless and general steels, Haimer’s Power Mill F1304NN series end mill combines a variable-helix flute geometry with a roughing cord profile for more stable milling in machines with limited horsepower.

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Designed for stainless and general steels, Haimer’s Power Mill F1304NN series end mill combines a variable-helix flute geometry with a roughing cord profile for more stable milling in machines with limited horsepower. The unequal helix design reduces vibration, enabling higher metal removal rates with improved tool life. The roughing cord configuration acts as chip-breakers to reduce radial load during milling and decrease the overall power consumption of the machine. Additional integration of Safe-Lock grooves on the shank of the cutting tool enables users to combine the end mill with Safe-Lock holder technology to prevent tool pullout and/or micro-creeping. A submicron carbide grade, fine balanced tool grinding and aluminum-titanium-nitride-based PVD coating further ensure tool longevity. 

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