Shell-end milling cutter CoroMill® 790
insertshoulderfor aluminum

shell-end milling cutter
shell-end milling cutter
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Characteristics

Geometry
shell-end
Construction
insert
Type
shoulder
Treated material
for aluminum
Other characteristics
high-performance, high-precision, with internal coolant, high-speed, deep-cutting, 2-flute
Diameter

Max.: 100 mm (3.94 in)

Min.: 25 mm (0.98 in)

Description

Shoulder milling cutters for aluminium Overview Assortment The CoroMill® 790 cutter is the first choice for ISO N materials. To be used in shoulder operations as a "super remover", it is designed for high security demands and high precision work. Benefits High speed machining performance with high security Extreme metal removal rates Very small tool run-out Features Open insert location for undisturbed chip flow at heavy cuts Serrated interface for precision and security Through coolant Application Machining of frame components in aluminium Deep cavity machining Finishing machining in most materials ISO application area Sometimes that exact dimension you require might be missing. If so, simply turn to our Tailor Made service. Recommendations Insert sizes and mounting ​ - ​ - ​ 22 mm insert for extreme metal removal rates in machines with very high power - ​16 mm insert for machines with moderate spindle power - Serrated interface for high security and to reduce effects of insert tolerance on the cutter diameter ​ For extremely fine surface finishes, it is recommended to use an extra close pitch cutter. Note that cutters with extra close pitch have recommended maximum ae = 0.5 mm (0.020 inch). ​Product range Diameter range: 25–100 mm (1.000–5.000 inch) Coromant Capto® coupling, cylindrical shank, Arbor, Weldon or HSK mounting

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