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Square Shoulder Milling Cutter for Multipurpose Operations

Dormer Pramet’s Econ LN square shoulder milling cutter provides positive axial geometry that promotes lower cutting forces and smoother machining.

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Dormer Pramet’s Econ LN square shoulder milling cutter provides positive axial geometry that promotes lower cutting forces and smoother machining. The universal 90-degree cutter is designed for multipurpose operations including face milling, shoulder milling and slotting. An internal cooling system near the cutting edges is designed to ease cooling and chip evacuation, helping the Econ LN to provide a quality surface finish. According to the company, the reliable cutter is designed for use in steel, cast iron, stainless steel, nonferrous and hardened materials.

Compatible with the Econ LN are the LNGX 12 and LNGU 16 inserts with four cutting edges. The LNGX 12 inserts support helical interpolation, ramping and progressive plunging, while the LNGU 16 inserts are strong and robust to increase tool life, the company says.

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