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4/25/2013

Face Mill for Iron and Steel Applications

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Featuring a lowered cutting force and V-shaped insert edge, the DNX 25-degree face mill from Sumitomo provides decreased vibration and increased stability during machining.

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Featuring a lowered cutting force and V-shaped insert edge, the DNX 25-degree face mill from Sumitomo provides decreased vibration and increased stability during machining. Each double-sided, square-shaped insert features eight cutting edges, and the ACK and ACP grades are well-suited for cast iron and steel applications. Cutter diameters range from 3" to 8" in course and fine pitch styles.

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