Milling Grade for Stainless Steels

Sandvik Coromant says its GC1040 milling grade features consistently sharp cutting edges, low forces and slow wear, even during tough machining of austenitic stainless and duplex materials.   The grade is recommended for shoulder milling small diameters in fine to medium roughing applications.

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Sandvik Coromant says its GC1040 milling grade features consistently sharp cutting edges, low forces and slow wear, even during tough machining of austenitic stainless and duplex materials.
 
The grade is recommended for shoulder milling small diameters in fine to medium roughing applications. According to the company, the grade is secure in unstable conditions and sufficiently reliable for unmanned production. The grade is available for a range of CoroMill cutters.

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