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4/23/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Emuge Turbine End Mills Designed for Bladed Components

Originally titled 'End Mills Machine Turbine, Bladed Components'
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Eastec 2019: Emuge’s line of end mills features a geometry designed for the high-performance machining of the turbine and bladed components.

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Emuge’s line of end mills features a geometry designed for the high-performance machining of the turbine and bladed components. The end mills are said to offer cycle time reductions and long tool life in forms and materials including titanium, nickel alloys, aluminum alloys and more.

The end mills includes a range of taper ball tools that feature a sub-micro grain carbide substrate and an HA cylindrical shank. The 3-degree, 4-degree, 6-degree and 8-degree taper ball tools have two and three flute designs, and the 17.5-degree has three flutes. Polished flutes in the tools enable chip evacuation in aluminum alloys.

The taper torus end mills include 3-degree, 4-degree, 6-degree and 8-degree sizes featuring two polished flutes, sub-micro grain carbide and have a “cupped” radius design. The cutting flutes are tapered on a long 8-degree torus option for a range of designs from 5 to 15 flutes. 

The line of end mills includes a torus long-length tool style which features variable flute spacing for low vibration milling. The tools are available in designs ranging from 5 to 9 flutes and have a corner radii ranging from 1 mm to 2 mm. These end mills are all TiAlN-coated and include a coolant-through capability.

Coating options for the milling tools include ALCR for additional tool life in titanium alloys, high-temperature alloys, stainless steel and aluminum alloys, and TiAlN for heat and abrasion resistance in a range of materials such as stainless steel, steel alloys, cast iron and other ferrous metals.

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