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6/8/2015

Line of Aluminum Inserts for Shell, End Milling

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Millstar offers an aluminum cutting insert line featuring modular screw-on heads forshell and end mill cutters with side clearance options.

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Millstar offers an aluminum cutting insert line featuring modular screw-on heads forshell and end mill cutters with side clearance options. A variety of holding options, insert sizes, a 90-degree option and back draft capability are available. According to the company, the inserts are also effective in material removal during roughing operations, leaving a good finish in the process. Multiple operations and unrestricted cutting conditions in a single setup provide versatility, efficiency and ultimately more throughput at a lower cost per part for the end user, the company says.

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