Carbide Milling Cutters from Walter Deliver Productive Roughing

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With the new knurled design, the Walter MC319/MC320 milling cutters are designed to require less power while providing high metal removal rates.


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Walter’s MC319/MC320 Advance line of solid carbide milling cutters have been specially engineered to meet the needs of today’s roughing operations.

With versatility and a high metal removal rate, these milling cutters feature a wear-resistant knurled profile that also makes them highly robust, resulting in longer tool life in a variety of universal applications, the company says. With the new knurled profile, the MC319/MC320 power requirement (spindle output) during machining is said to be around 30% lower than comparable tools with smooth cutting edges.

Advance line of solid carbide milling cutters

The MC319 is offered in a four-flute design and internal coolant through the tool for full slotting and pocketing applications. The MC320 has center cutting capability and a multi-flute design (Z=3-8) without internal coolant for higher horsepower operations. Conefit designs are also available in the MC320, which allows economic replacement of the cutting edge and reuse of the shank.


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