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Carbide End Mills Lengthen Tool Life, Reduce Wear

Amerimold 2017: RobbJack will highlight its DM/MDM end mills.

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RobbJack will highlight its DM/MDM end mills, made from a carbide material and coating combination said to last 450 percent longer than comparable tools designed for hard-metal applications. Testing in D2 steel with a hardness of 58 HRC resulted in a smooth wear land of just 0.0025", the company says.

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