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5/21/2009

Indexable Inserted High-Feed Tools

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Suited for plunging, high-feed circular interpolation, ramping and enlarging existing holes, Lovejoy Tool Company’s high-feed 250 series tooling is said to be ideal for light, fast cuts in extended-reach applications and light-duty machines. High-performance, carbide-coated inserts are available for most materials.

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Suited for plunging, high-feed circular interpolation, ramping and enlarging existing holes, Lovejoy Tool Company’s high-feed 250 series tooling is said to be ideal for light, fast cuts in extended-reach applications and light-duty machines.

High-performance, carbide-coated inserts are available for most materials. Also, a screw-on silicon nitride insert is available for high-feed machining of gray cast iron with small-diameter cutters.

The series of cutters is available from stock in diameters ranging from 1.25" to 4.00". End mill versions with straight, extended-length shanks are offered in 1.25" and 1.50" diameters, and face mill versions are offered in diameters ranging from 2" to 4". Other sizes or mountings are available upon request.

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