|HN60-VS4||60||4||Carbide K44||CrAlTiSIN||38° / 41°||○||●||○||○|
|HN60-VCS4||60||4||Carbide K44||Nano-Blue||38° / 41°||○||●||○||○|
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There can be an immense amount of difficulty when it comes to milling steel. There is no escaping the fact that stainless steel end mills can do a lot of damage, so it is essential to dial in your speeds and feeds and to choose the right tool for the job. You should note that in modern carbide end mills, which have been designed specifically for stainless steel, work hardening is a factor that is typically minimized. Stainless steels, heat-resistant alloys, and high-temperature materials are best machined with end mill bits with unique helix angles and optimized flute geometries. Stainless steel machining in high-efficiency milling can be a very effective machining method if the correct tools are selected. We can supply all types of steel, including stainless steel, high hardness steels, carbon steel, alloy steels, die steels, tool steels, cast irons, nickel alloys, titanium alloys, and more. This unique combination of flute spacing and irregular helix flutes ensures stability when machining materials that are difficult to cut and a higher level of productivity. High productivity in hard-to-machine materials can cope with tough cutting conditions. It is tough and abrasion-resistant. The machine can produce large amounts of metal at a high feed rate and depth of cut.
The SFM for this carbide end mill is between 100-and 350, and the chip load ranges from .0005″ for a 1/8″ end mill to .006″ for a 1″ end mill. Use on Stainless steel & Tool steel, ideal for plunge milling. The lower flute count of 4 flute tools permits more efficient chip evacuation, which is why they are the best choice. Stainless steel can also be slotted effectively with tools with chip breaker geometry because the more minor chips are easier to evacuate.