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4/7/2011

Acme Solid Carbide Thread Mills

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Scientific Cutting Tools offers a complete line of full Acme and stub Acme single-profile thread mills with thread sizes ranging to 1 ¼" – 5".

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Scientific Cutting Tools offers a complete line of full Acme and stub Acme single-profile thread mills with thread sizes ranging to 1 ¼" – 5".
 
Manufactured from solid carbide for maximum tool rigidity, the tools’ single-profile design provides a controllable pitch diameter and cut depth, the company says. Tools will cut both right- and left-hand threads at low horsepower requirements compared to tapping. 
 
Micro-grain carbide, uncoated and TiAlN-coated, long-reach tools are available from stock for unfavorable length to diameter ratios. While the Acme thread mills are designed for cutting internal threads, optional external threading tools are available.

  

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