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Solid Carbide Cutting Tools

Ultra-Tool’s 2008 catalog covers its complete line of solid carbide end mills, drills, miniatures, keyseat cutters, reamers, countersinks, burrs, saws, routers, cylinders and more. New items include aerospace standards for titanium and aluminum, lead by the Monolith series of solid carbide end mills for airframe ma

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Ultra-Tool’s 2008 catalog covers its complete line of solid carbide end mills, drills, miniatures, keyseat cutters, reamers, countersinks, burrs, saws, routers, cylinders and more. New items include aerospace standards for titanium and aluminum, lead by the Monolith series of solid carbide end mills for airframe manufacturing. The series features diameters ranging to 1 1/2" and lengths to 12" OAL. Other products include sub-miniature end mills with LOC to diameter ratios of 5X, corner radii selections, brad-point twist drills, coated reamers and burrs, and more. Additionally, the company offers its SmoothEdge surface and edge preparation process for increased lubricity and minimized break-in.

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