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    Technical Section

    Grade descriptions ...................................... 2-3

    Milling formulas ............................................ 4-5

    Circular & Helical Interpolation .................... 6-7

    Milling Cutters & Inserts

    M28 Ball Nose Cutters .................................... 8

    Inserts for M28 Cutters .................................. 9

    M30 Helical Cutters ........................................10

    Inserts for M30 Cutters ..................................11

    M100 Copy Mill Cutters ............................12-13

    Inserts for M100 Cutters ................................13

    M100 Face Mill & Threaded-Shank Cutters ..14

    Inserts for M100 Cutters ................................15

    M660 42 Face Mill Cutters ............................16

    Inserts for M660 Cutters ................................17

    M680 Plus Long Length, Square Shoulder, &

    Slot Mill Cutters (AONT style) ........................18

    Inserts for M680 Plus Cutters

    (XPHT, XDHT style)........................................19

    M680 Threaded Shank & Regular Length

    Square Shoulder Slot Mill Cutters ................ 20

    Inserts for M680 Cutters................................ 21

    M680 Square Shoulder & Slot Mill

    Cutters Continued .................................... 22-23

    Inserts for M680 Cutters................................ 23

    M680 Square Shoulder & Slot Mill

    Cutters Continued.......................................... 24

    Inserts for M680 Cutters................................ 25

    M680 Square Shoulder & Slot Mill

    Cutters Continued.......................................... 26

    Inserts for M680 Cutters................................ 27

    M690 Square Shoulder Mill Cutters .............. 28

    Inserts for M690 Cutters................................ 29

    Notes ........................................................ 30-32

    Decimal Equivalent Chart .... Inside Back Cover

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    Coated carbide grade:- CVD-TiC-TiCN-TiN coating.- Light and general machining.- For machining austenitic stainless steel

    as well as nodular cast iron.

    Coated carbide grade:- MT-CVD-TiN-TiCN-Al203-TiN coating.- Light and general machining.- For machining all types of steel

    and nodular cast iron.

    Coated carbide grade:- CVD-TiN-TiCN-Al203 multi-layer coating.- General and heavy machining.- For machining all types of steel

    and nodular cast iron.- For use in unfavorable conditions.

    Coated carbide grade:- CVD-TiN-TiCN-TiN multi-layer coating.- General and heavy machining.- For machining all types of steel

    and nodular cast iron.- Use with lubricant recommended- Extremely tough grade, resistant

    to changes in temperature.

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    TN2510

    TN25M

    TN7525

    TN7535

    TN450

    Coated carbide grade:- MT-CVD-TiN-TiCN composite coating.- Light and general machining.- Machining of hardened steel, stellite

    and cast iron up to 64 HRC.- Very good wear resistance.

    Coated micro-grain grade:- MT-CVD-TiN-TiCN-Al2O3 coating.- Light machining.- For machining all types of cast iron.- For use with very high cutting speed.

    TN5505

    Coated micro-grain grade:- MT-CVD-TiN-TiCN-Al2O3 coating.- Light and general machining.- For machining all types of cast iron.- Balanced toughness/wear ratio.

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    grade designation

    Uncoated carbide grade:- General and heavy machining.- For machining steel, cast steel, and stainless steel.- For use in unfavorable conditions with low cutting

    speeds.

    Uncoated carbide grade:- Light and general machining.- For machining cast iron, all non-ferrous metals

    and non-metals.

    Uncoated carbide grade:- Ultra-fine grain grade with excellent

    wear resistance.- Light and general machining.- For machining Al alloys (up to 12% Si),

    Mg alloys, non metals and cast iron.

    Uncoated carbide grade:- General and heavy machining.- For machining cast iron, non-ferrous metals,

    and titanium alloys.

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    Uncoated carbide grade:- Balanced toughness/wear ratio.- General machining.- For machining all types of steel.

    Uncoated cermet grade:- Light and general machining.- Use at very high cutting speeds.- Use dry or with air cooling.

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    K cast iron

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    S high-temperature alloys

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    Cutting Ratios and Undeformed Chip Thickness in Milling

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    Valid for ae < 0.3 d1

    Valid for ap < 0.3 d1

    Valid for ap < 0.3

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    Up Milling / Down Milling with Square Shoulder and Side Face Mills

    Up Milling / Down Milling with Face Mills

    Up Milling - Non rigid setups and high strength square work materials.

    Up Milling

    Down Milling

    Down Milling - To be preferred if permitted by machine (play-free table feed)

    Down Milling

    Up Milling

    Maximum Chip Thickness hm

    Approximate Formula s = cos (1-ae )R

    hm = maximum chip thickness = fz x sin (cos-1 (1-ae )

    R

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    Circular and Helical Interpolation

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    Plunge milling by helical interpolation employing inserts with corner radii and end concavity.

    Minimum and maximum milling cutter size calculations:

    Optimum axial advance per helical rotation

    ap = R

    Vfi = effective axial feed rate at cutter centerline = fz x D1/DMaximum depth of cut when ap < 0.5 x dOptimum depth of cut when ap = 0.25 x d x cos-1

    Minimum Cutter Diameter: (to plunge from solid)

    D(min) > 0.5 x D1 + R

    Maximum Cutter Diameter:

    D(max) < 0.667 x D1 + R

    Program Feed Calculations: rpm = 3.8197 x sfm/D Example:M100 face mill (dimensions in inches)

    fz = effective feed per toothVfi = fz x (D1 - D/D1)

    Circular interpolation is a milling operation in which the axis of the cutter moves in a circle at a fixed distance from the axis of the cut being generated in a single plane. Coordinate Z remains constant whilecoordinates X & Y are constantly changing so as to generate a circle.

    Helical interpolation is a circular interpolation except that the Z axischanges, increases or decreases, at a constant rate for one or more 360arcs. X & Y coordinates are constantly changing, while Z axis is changingat a fixed rate. A machine with 3 axis control is required.

    The most frequent use of helical interpolation in machining is when thread milling or plunge milling to generate an internal bore or an externaldiameter. Programming requires differentiating between feed, the rate atwhich the cutter axis advances, and effective feed, the advance per inserton the workpiece. The machine feed (programmed feed) is greater onexternal milling and less on internal boring applications.

    LegendD1 = Bore diameter of workpiece to be generated

    D = Cutter diameter

    R = Radius of insert

    ap = Feed per 360 helical interpolation

    T = Number of cutting inserts in cutter

    sfm = Recommended surface velocity in feet/minute

    rpm = Cutter revolutions per minute

    fz = Effective feed per tooth

    Vfi = Feed rate at cutter centerline = programmed feed rate

    D1 = 8, D = 4, d = 0.6299, T = 8,fz = 0.008, Vfi = 0.004

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