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6/16/2009 | 1 MINUTE READ

CYCLO CUT Plunge Mill

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MAG’s new 1.25” diameter CYCLO CUT Plunge Mill allows maximum metal removal rates at extended reaches using light duty machining centers. This new style cutter removes 3 cu/in/min of titanium in 7.00” deep pockets on a CAT 40 Vertical Machining Center.


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MAG’s CYCLO CUT product line includes tool holders, round tooling and indexable cutting tools to support the metalworking industry. We offer a specific suite of milling cutters designed for cutting titanium and high-temperature alloys. Our plunge mills range from 1.00” to 4.00” in diameters with the capacity for deep pocketing and contour milling at increased metal removal rates. CYCLO CUT also standardizes on insert types across the entire milling portfolio to reduce the number of inserts needed for multiple applications.

MAG offers standard and high performance solid carbide end mills, including our CYCLO CUT Max-Flute Finish End Mills for titanium thin wall components milling at 100 IPM. Our CYCLO JET End Mill Holders have built in coolant slots to direct coolant at the cutting edge for increased tool life. This replaces the need to slot the OD of HSS and solid carbide end mills, typically costing $20 per tool.

Our CYCLO GRIP Milling Chucks have a unique needle bearing design, which holds end mills with up to 4,700 lbs. of gripping force with runout less than .0005. This is very important when cutting titanium to balance cutting forces equally across all the flutes. MAG’s indexable line of aluminum cutting end mills, run up to 30,000 RPM with diameters as small as .625”. The smaller indexable end mills drastically reduce the cost of solid carbide end mills. A major burr issue on through holes in titanium was solved using our no-burr 3 flute high performance CYCLO CUT drills.


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