High-performance thread mills

  • 11-Oct-2010 02:48 EDT
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Carbide thread mills from Niagara Cutter produce high-quality threads while they provide increased productivity and consistent performance. The mills come in a range of thread sizes and diameters and feature several options, including AlCrN coating, extended reach, and coolant-through. Also available are CVD diamond-coated thread mills, which eliminate the challenges associated with producing threads in composite materials.

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