3/31/2011

Ballnose End Mills for Profiling Small Parts

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The new range of small CoroMill Plura ballnose end mills for profiling in medium hard to hard steels come in diameters from 0.1 -12 mm and are perfectly suited for all small die and mold, electronic fiber optic connector and medical tooth implant manufacturing, where high precision is important. 

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The new range of small CoroMill Plura ballnose end mills for profiling in medium hard to hard steels come in diameters from 0.1 -12 mm and are perfectly suited for all small die and mold, electronic fiber optic connector and medical tooth implant manufacturing, where high precision is important. 

Produced in a fine grained solid carbide grade with multi -layered PVD coating, the tools have a geometry design, which prevents the radius from deteriorating from uneven wear. The long neck of the tool allows for good accessibility, especially in pocket milling.

 
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