8/25/2016

Plunge Mills Produce Flat-Bottom Cuts

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Ingersoll’s new DiPos-Hexa plunge mill family is designed to cut axially and produce a flat bottom at the end of the cut.

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Ingersoll’s new DiPos-Hexa plunge mill family is designed to cut axially and produce a flat bottom at the end of the cut. Six smooth-cutting edges per insert increase economy as well as performance The same insert is common to all DiPos-Hexa cutter types, helping to maximize versatility and minimize inventory.

According to the company, because plunge milling directs cutting forces upward through the spindle, it creates a very stable cutting environment with minimal deflection, ideal for roughing in unstable conditions and on light-duty machines.

The tool is available in diameters from 0.75" to 1.50" and offers multiple corner radii, geometries and grades for use in a range of materials including steel, stainless, high-temperature alloys and aluminum.

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