Roughing end mills have chip-breaking cutting edges that remove material in less time than conventional end mills Fine-pitch tooth design and tool geometry are suitable for machining low-hardness materials under Rockwell hardness C45, including alloy steel, tool steel, carbon steel, prehardened steel, stainless steel, and nickel-based alloys 50-degree helix offers increased cutting action compared…

Suitable for finishing on most materials Six flutes produce a better finish than fewer flutes 40-degree helix provides increased cutting action compared to end mills with lower helix angles Carbide can run at higher speeds than high-speed or cobalt steel, resisting wear and high cutting temperatures Uncoated (bright) tools have no additional surface treatment or coating for use on a broad range of…

Roughing end mills have chip-breaking cutting edges that remove material in less time than conventional end mills Coarse-pitch tooth design and tool geometry are suitable for high-production metal removal on cutting- steel grades and many nonferrous materials Long-length end mills have longer cutting edges than standard- and medium-length end mills for increased cutting length Number of flutes…

Double-end square end mills create sharp, unrounded cuts and have cutting edges on both ends for longer tool life Suitable for general-purpose machining on hardened and high-alloy steel, chromium-nickel steel, steel casting, malleable cast iron, brass, copper, aluminum with a high percentage of silicon, and abrasive plastic Stub length increases the strength of the tool, making it less likely to…

Variable helix angles combined with unequal flute spacing reduces vibration, improves surface finish, and provides higher cutting capacity and material-removal rates compared to conventional end mills Suitable for high-performance machining on alloy steel, cast iron, stainless steel, titanium, nickel-based alloys, and most materials with a Rockwell hardness less than C40 Long-reach end mills have…

Long-length end mills have longer cutting edges and can make deeper cuts than standard-length end mills Center-cutting design allows the end mill to plunge into material like a drill bit while also performing conventional surface milling Two flutes offer better chip-carrying capacity than end mills with more flutes, enhancing the tool’s ability to remove material High-speed steel is compatible…

Roughing end mills have chip-breaking cutting edges that remove material in less time than conventional end mills Coarse-pitch tooth design and tool geometry are suitable for high-production machining on a range of strong materials, including structural steel, carbon steel, alloy steel, tool steel, prehardened steel, and cast iron Long-length end mills have longer cutting edges and can make deeper…

High-speed steel tools are good for most general purpose applications, offering a combination of hardness and toughness for wear resistance Hardslick coated Round shanks allow use with a wide variety of toolholding systems When run in a counterclockwise direction (right-hand cut) spiral fluted tools evacuate chips up and out of the cut to reduce clogging 0.4375-inches thread length

Suitable for high-performance plunging and machining on aluminum and other nonferrous materials 37-degree helix angle provides increased cutting action and chip evacuation compared to the standard 30-degree helix Long-reach end mills have an extended shank for access to recessed areas of the workpiece Titanium carbon nitride (TiCN) coating lubricates the end mill for high-temperature stability and…