Milling line adds radial ISO indexable inserts

Posted on 26 Mar 2019 and read 686 times
Milling line adds radial ISO indexable insertsRugby-based Mapal Ltd (www.mapal.com) has introduced a new milling line with pressed, radial, ISO, indexable inserts designed to complete the company’s portfolio of standard milling tools.

Up to now, the company has mainly focused on a milling programme with ground tangential ISO indexable inserts designed for special applications, very high stock removal applications, unstable conditions or disc milling cutters.

The new tools with radial ISO indexable inserts can be applied to face, shoulder, slot and shell-end face milling cutters for the roughing and medium machining of cast iron, steel and stainless steel.

The new products also incorporate “optimally designed tool bodies with the ideal number of teeth for the respective application”.

Positive and negative indexable inserts made of four different cutting materials and based on newly developed carbide substrates and coatings are also available for the new milling cutters.

These new cutters ensure that the most efficient design is available to suit specific requirements.

For example, between eight and 16 cutting edges per radial ISO indexable insert are available for face milling, while inserts with two, four or eight cutting edges can be applied for shoulder milling.

In application, the tools are said to offer very smooth running and low noise, as well as very long tool life.

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