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Diamond-Coated Cutters for Hard Milling

Amerimold 2017: Crystallume will showcase its latest tool lines, including the Demon series for hard milling.

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Crystallume will showcase its latest tool lines, including the Demon series for hard milling, which features an advanced coating for increased high-temperature stability while machining hardened steels. The Stealth line of end mills, also on display, is said to have the sharpest cutting edge available in a diamond-coated tool, making them well-suited for machining graphite.

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