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To reduce chipping and provide longer tool life, corner radius end mills have rounded corners. In a finishing operation, corner radius carbide end mills can be used to rotate a workpiece around a specific angle to make a particular corner radius or remove a burr or sharp edge from a workpiece. They are designed for high-precision, high-quality slotting and machining on hardened steel, heat-resistant steel, and other materials in recessed areas. Generally, the maximum tool life of such a tool is longer since they are less prone to chipping. Several diameters and kinds of bull end mills are available, usually from carbide steel and classified by flute count and helix angle. It comes in micro grains of carbide that are incredibly tough, resists wear, and are ideal for cutting. Compared to high-speed and cobalt steel, high-performance carbide offers more excellent wear resistance and toughness. It combines high thermal stability with high hardness for abrasion resistance and a low coefficient of friction. It is ideal for long reach peripheral milling. The three flute design for smoother/quieter milling operations. There are a variety of carbide end mills designed to cut a corner radius into a workpiece that can be used to make a corner radius cut. It is important to note that these end mills are designed to provide outstanding durability and higher feed rates, providing a quick, efficient and reliable performance. Due to the stronger and more rigid cutting edge of corner radius carbide end mill cutters compared to square end mill cutters, feed rates may increase productivity and tool life in machining. In addition, to use mould profiling, you can also use these milling bits in applications where you need more productivity than ball end mills.