4/18/2013

Cutting Tools for Aerospace Composite Machining

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Lovejoy Tool will display its standard and special end mills and ballnose cutters designed for ramping, trimming and contouring in composite machining for aerospace applications.

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Lovejoy Tool will display its standard and special end mills and ballnose cutters designed for ramping, trimming and contouring in composite machining for aerospace applications. The company’s face mills and ballnose end mills are available in a range of indexable inserts, including carbide, silicon nitride, cubic boron nitride, CBN and PCD, and are said to be well-suited for milling, turning and boring operations.

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