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8/17/2015

Carbide Cutters for Lathes and Mills

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Internal Tool will present its new catalog featuring the company’s carbide cutting line, as well as several new carbide lathe and mill cutters.

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Internal Tool will present its new catalog featuring the company’s carbide cutting line, as well as several new carbide lathe and mill cutters. The company’s Series 168 Max corner rounder has five cutting flutes for optimal performance and finish, while the Series 136 high-performance end mill has three to five flutes, depending on material. The high-performance end mill also offers variable-pitch helix, and tip radii options ranging from 0.010" to 0.125" for maximum performance in production.  Also on display will be the Series 121 deep-slot groove tool, with additional offset/projection for deeper slotting.

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