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10/2/2008

Carbide End Mills

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V-Hemoth, Micro 100 Tool Corporation’s high-velocity variable pitch end mills, feature variable flutes pitch. The carbide end mills are designed for high speed milling while eliminating chatter and vibration. All tools have AlTiN coating as standard.

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V-Hemoth, Micro 100 Tool Corporation’s high-velocity variable pitch end mills, feature variable flutes pitch. The carbide end mills are designed for high speed milling while eliminating chatter and vibration. All tools have AlTiN coating as standard. They are available in regular, long and extra-long cutting lengths in both fractional and metric sizes. The tools are said to undergo a proprietary process that prevents chipping and breaking under normal machining conditions.

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