5/25/2019

Seco JM100 Mini End Mill Operates Without Visibility

Originally titled 'Mini End Mill Operates Without Visibility'
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Seco Tools’ JM100 mini end mill series is part of the company’s Jabro range of solid-carbide end mills.

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Seco Tools JM100 mini end mill series is part of the company’s Jabro range of solid-carbide end mills. In micro-machining operations with zero visibility, this end mill is said to deliver longer tool life, stability and surface quality because of its precise geometries, zero runout, coatings and tight radius tolerances.

Designed to achieve surface finishes on mold and die components and machine tool steel, the end mill is said to help shops minimize secondary benchwork that can increase part processing time. The end mill’s coating reduces tool wear and ensures smooth surface finishes. The radius tolerances of ± 0.005 microns on the tool reduce runout virtually to zero and increasing output, according to the company.

The end mill is available in tool diameters ranging from 0.2 mm to 3 mm (0.008" to 0.118"), corner radii ranging from 0.05 mm to 0.3 mm (0.002" to 0.012"), with two- and three-flute versions.

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