Multi-Edge Face Milling Cutter for Steel and Cast Iron

The CoroMill 357 from Sandvik Coromant is designed for increased insert security while roughing and cubing in steel and cast iron.

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The CoroMill 357 from Sandvik Coromant is designed for increased insert security while roughing and cubing in steel and cast iron. The multi-edge face milling cutter is suited for applications such as rough face milling, cubing, intermittent component figurations, components with uneven stock or forgings, weldings and castings.

 

The multi-edge design features double-sided, thick pentagonal inserts housed in shim-protected tip seats. The mill’s secure cutter body features an insert clamping system designed for fast and easy insert indexing. Large support faces located radially, axially and on the base prevent deformation and ensure consistent performance. Suitable for ISO 50 and larger machines, the cutter achieves depths of cut as deep as 10 mm (0.394") with a feed-per-tooth ranging to 0.7 mm/z (0.0276"/z). Diameter sizes ranging from 100 to 315 mm (4" to 10") are available.

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