The inserts have three cutting edges and a positive basic shape that the company says guarantees a soft, low-vibration cut. For fine-tuning the application, three cutting geometries are available: universal, stable and easy-cutting. The tool bodies are available in diameters from 0.75" to 4.0", and they use wide flutes in order to avoid chip packing.
Inserts for the cutter are from the PVD Tiger-tec types WSP45 and WSM35. These cutting materials have been developed for the manufacturing of stainless steel or low machininability alloys such as titanium.
Editor PickGroove Milling Tool’s Large Flutes Speed Chip Evacuation
Designed for versatility, improved finish and longer tool life, Carmex’s additions to its groove milling line feature six flutes made of MT8-grade carbide with advanced PVD triple coating for high heat and wear resistance in high-performance and normal operations.