Max-Flute Solid Carbide End Mill
(Sponsored Content) MAG’s CYCLO CUT cutting tool line introduces the Max-Flute solid carbide end mill. The Max-Flute technology delivers a step-change in machining of a broad spectrum of jet engine components in both titanium and nickel alloys. MAG’s Max-Flute was also selected the winner of the prestigious 2009 Sir Henry Royce Awards for Technical Innovation.
MAG’s Max-Flute solid carbide end mills offer unmatched performance finishing of titanium and nickel alloys at over 100 IPM. Several styles are available including profiling, face milling and ball end milling.
The CYCLO CUT cutting tool line also includes indexable cutting tools for the automotive, aerospace, agriculture, wind and general machining industries. MAG offers an extensive line of end mills and face mills including integral shanks for CAT 50, HSK63A and HSK100A.
MAG’s CYCLO CUT cutting tools also include a complete line of standard and high performance solid carbide end mills and drills with over 3,000 different sizes and lengths in stock for immediate delivery. Our rotary tooling portfolio includes HSS cobalt and powdered metal end mills capable of up to 8 hours tool life roughing titanium and other high temperature alloys. We also have a large selection of PVD coated tooling for composite machining, and a tool holder portfolio including CAT 40, CAT 50, HSK 63A, HSK 100A, HSK 125A, BT40 and BT50.
MAG’s cutting tools best perform in combination with CYCLO COOL metalworking fluids proven to increase tool life by 200% over the competition. CYCLO COOL includes a complete line of coolants, corrosion inhibitors and cleaners for all the manufacturing industry.
To receive CYCLO CUT and CYCLO COOL product catalogs or for more information on MAG’s productivity solutions, please contact Will Gruber at 859.534.4597, Will.Gruber@mag-ias.com, or Roger Romas at 859.534.4574, Roger.Romas@mag-ias.com or email a request for quote to email@example.com.
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