Chamfer mills

  • 29-Apr-2011 03:30 EDT
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Seco Tools’ Super Turbo chamfer mills provide high metal removal rates while reducing production costs. The cutters use the same inserts and hardware as standard Super Turbo square shoulder mills, allowing manufacturers to increase the versatility of operations without additional spare parts. The mills have a high positive cutting rake angle and positive helix angle to reduce power consumption, resulting in freer cutting and reduced harmonics. Tool life is increased compared to standard APxx style cutters. The mills come in setting angles of 30°, 45°, 60°, and 75°, with a depth of cut capability of 0.197 in to 1.653 in, for production of the most common open or close-to-shoulder chamfers.

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