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6/15/2019

Pramet ISBN10 Cutter for a Variety of Materials

Originally titled 'High Feed Cutter for a Variety of Materials'
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The versatile Pramet ISBN10 cutters are suitable for high feed milling, copy milling, ramping, helical interpolation, slotting and plunging.

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The versatile Pramet ISBN10 cutters are suitable for high feed milling, copy milling, ramping, helical interpolation, slotting and plunging. The pocket design in combination with the ANHX10 insert also perform shoulder and face milling, offering a complete package for mold and die applications, from roughing to finishing.

 A range of diameters are available from 0.625” to 1.500” and multiple types, including parallel and modular shanks and shell mills.

To go with the ISBN10, the Pramet BNGX10 is a double-sided insert with four cutting edges to add to the overall economic and versatile offer.

The design makes it suitable for high feed roughing even with long overhangs, while being compatible with three geometries covering most machined materials. Geometry M is for steels and cast irons, MM for low carbon steels, stainless steels and super alloys, while HM is suitable for hardened materials.

 

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