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CNC Milling Tools

CNC Milling Tools

CNC milling tools is a rotary cutter with one or more cutter teeth for millingAnchor icon. During operation, each cutter tooth cuts off the allowance of the workpiece intermittently in turn. Milling cutters are mainly used for machining steps, grooves, formed surfaces, and cutting workpieces. CNC milling is a process that rotary cutters remove material, opposite of CNC turning.

The milling centers not only perform the cutting automatically but also the changing of milling tools. During the average process of creating a finished product from a block of metal, for example, various tools are used.

UKO focuses on offer the CNC milling tools of standard end mills, DLC coating end mills, fast feed milling carbide inserts, and Planer type milling cutter and etc. We had exported large qty of above CNC milling tools to more than 20 countries, and most of them are resellers, help customer save their cost and more productive.

Standard Solid Carbide End Mill
DLC Coating End Mills
Planer Type Milling Inserts
Fast Feed Milling Inserts
Solid Carbide Saw
How to classify metal cutting tools?2021-09-28T07:34:59+00:00

Metal cutting tools are classified according to cutting process:

  • Turning tools (including outer circle, inner hole, thread, cutting tool, etc.).
  • Drilling tools (including drill bit, reamer, tap, etc.).
  • Boring tool
  • Milling tools (including end milling, milling cutter inserts, welding edge milling cutter, etc.)
  • Solid carbide saw metal cutting.

The correct selection of cutting tools is an important content in machining technology. It not only affects the machining efficiency of machine tools, but also directly affects the machining quality.

How to correctly select metal cutting tools?

  • Choose a large cross-section size of the toolbar as much as possible, and a shorter length size to increase the strength and stiffness of the tool and reduce the vibration of the tool.
  • Select a larger main deflection angle (greater than 75, close to 90 °); The tool with negative edge inclination is selected for rough machining and the tool with positive edge inclination is selected for finish machining.
  • Uncoated blade and small tip arc radius shall be selected during finishing.
  • Choose standardized and serial tools as much as possible.
  • Select the correct toolbar and tool handle for quick clamping.
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