End Mills Micro-Machine in Variety of Materials

Emuge’s solid carbide micro end mills feature a geometrically optimized cutting edge combined with a slim, concave, tapered neck to provide flexible milling solutions in a variety of materials, from 66 Rc hardened steel to graphite.

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Emuge’s solid carbide micro end mills feature a geometrically optimized cutting edge combined with a slim, concave, tapered neck to provide flexible milling solutions in a variety of materials, from 66 Rc hardened steel to graphite. The tools are available in cutting diameters ranging from 0.2 to 2 mm (0.008" to 0.080"), with length-to-diameter ratios of 2.2:1, 5:1 and 10:1. 
 
The end mills are suited for milling injection molds and extrusion dies, or graphite and copper electrodes. They also are capable of high-precision surface structuring of macroscopic components as well as micro-mechanical parts production.
 

The line of micro end mills includes ballnose, torus and flat-end styles, uncoated or with TiAlN coating. Diamond coating also is available. 

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