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9/15/2003

Solid Carbide End Mills

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The company has introduced a new line of solid carbide end mills called the X Series. They are said to be designed to increase material removal rates in stainless steels, high-temp alloys and titanium. The four-flute roughers are available in stub and standard cutting lengths with either small corner radii or full ball ends. They are also available in standard or metric sizes. The standard size, six flute, finishers are available in standard cutting lengths with small corner radii. All of the tools were engineered using application-specific carbide grades, geometries and coatings.
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