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Seco’s Jabro-Solid2 (solid square) carbide milling cutter is available in sizes ranging from 1/8" to 1". The versatile, square-shoulder mill is designed for both wet and dry general-machining applications in a variety of materials, including carbon steels, gray cast iron, stainless and super alloys. Benefits are said to include reduced inventory, lower cost per cutter, lower cost per part and fewer tool changes.
The end mills are designed to remove large quantities of material quickly in industries including mold and die, aerospace, medical, power generation and others.
The JS510 series is easy to use for basic operations in steel, stainless and cast irons, the company says. It is available in 2-, 3- and 4-flute cutters for side milling and slotting. The series features an increased core diameter for larger cuts and reduced cycle time.
The JS550 series features double-core technology for added stability and reduced tool deflection, which enables higher cutting data. The series is available in three- and four-flute designs for slotting and side milling. It also features as a differential pitch design for chatter-free machining. Both families are finished with a proprietary Siron-A coating and special edge preparation for smooth chip flow and increased tool life.
Can Additive Manufacturing Increase Milling Feed Rates?
With PCD tooling, yes it can. The diamond cutting edges demand a large number flutes to realize their full effectiveness. Traditional methods for making cutter bodies limit the number of flutes, but 3D printing is delivering tools with higher flute density and other enhancements as well.