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4/16/2015

End Mills Offer Insert Locking for Stable Machining

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Iscar will highlight its Multi-Master solid carbide indexable end mill, which features a smart insert locking mechanism for more stable machining and increased productivity.

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Iscar will highlight its Multi-Master solid carbide indexable end mill, which features a smart insert locking mechanism for more stable machining and increased productivity.

Well-suited for die and mold production, the end mill’s quick-change heads and interchangeable long shank options provide versatility, flexibility and reduced tool-change time, the company says.

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