Die/Mold Cutter Accepts Serrated, Button Insert Styles

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To accommodate various materials and cutting needs, Ingersoll Cutting Tools’ Form-MasterPro die/mold milling cutter accepts four different insert styles. Three serrated styles with four indexes and one button insert with eight indexes are available. In addition to providing free cutting geometry and quality chip management, the tools’ design makes them useful for long-reach applications, the company says. Serrated inserts are engineered to maintain cutter stability while minimizing chatter.

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