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End Mills Cut Steel, Inconel, Aerospace Materials

IMTS 2018: Melin Tool introduces two series of end mills to its Ultra High-Performance line.

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Melin Tool introduces two series of end mills to its Ultra High-Performance line. The MTi series is designed for aerospace and tool-steel applications. The MNi series is designed for Inconel and other nickel-based, hard-to-machine materials. Both are available in 4,5,6 and 7 flute styles.

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