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4/25/2017

Circle-Segment Cutters Remove More Material in Fewer Passes

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Eastec 2017: Available from Emuge, circle-segment cutters are designed to remove more material in fewer passes in five-axis machining.

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Available from Emuge, circle-segment cutters are designed to remove more material in fewer passes in five-axis machining. The tools feature unique forms with large cutting edge radii to provide deeper axial cutting during pre-finishing and finishing operations.  Available geometries are said to be ideal for moldmaking applications and for machining turbine blades, impellers and blisks. 

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