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MILLING CUTTERS LIFTING


• Flat lift ratings of 220 to 4,400 lbs.


HOLDING


• Grade 42 neodymium assemblies


CLEAN UP


• Push, hang & trailer-type sweepers


Booth W-2280


Seco Focuses on Engineered Tooling Solutions At IMTS, Seco Tools Inc. (Troy, MI) will focus on its compet- itively priced fully engineered tooling solutions. Featured tool- ing solutions include its new Square T4-12 milling cutter now with larger size inserts, the new Highfeed 6 cutter for tough materials, and the next generation of the high-performance Niagara Stabilizer solid-carbide end mill. Insert developments include new grades within its PCBN product range and its Duratomic-technology based TK and TP ranges for turning that incorporate Chrome Used Edge Detection. The T4-12 line of square shoulder and helical milling cutters allows manufacturers to achieve increased depths of cut and higher metal removal rates when roughing and semifinishing steel, cast iron, among others. The larger inserts all come with four curved cutting edges that lower tooling cost per part and ensure smooth machining. They tangentially mount in the cutter bodies for increased performance stability and easier access to their mounting screws. Cutter diameters for the larger T4-12 range from 1 to 5" (25.4–125 mm). Diameters for the larger T4- 12 helical inserts range from 2 to 4" (50–100 mm). Seco’s new high-performance Highfeed 6 milling cutter easily handles a variety of difficult-to-machine materials from stainless to heat-resistant superalloys. The large-diameter cutter bodies are capable of 0.070" (1.8-mm) axial DOC and feature double-sided insert with six cutting edges, performing equally well in all types of high-feed applications, including face milling and plunging operations.


The Niagara Stabilizer 2.0 next generation STR-430 and STR-440 series solid-carbide end mills offer metal removal rates double those of their predecessors. With twice the chip


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For that reason, we introduced GC1130 grade last year, GC1130 works well in steel, stainless, cast iron, and we’re seeing very positive results in HRSA materials,” said Tucker. Sandvik Coromant’s patented Zertivo processing technology is said to enhance each grade’s benefit, whether it’s PVD or CVD coated. GC1130 is PVD coated. “It’s all in the processing. Post- processing and coating adhesion have all been revolutionized, and with the first release of Zertivo with the 1130 grade we’re seeing a 40% increase in tool life if you just change nothing else but the new 1130 grade insert,” said Tucker. “We’re seeing the biggest benefit in the square shoulder applications of the 1130, which is currently available in all 90° square shoulder cutters like 390, 490, and in the future it will be applied to profile milling like the 745 and button cutters and slotting cutters. In addition, it might be a slightly different derivative of 1130 that you will see come out in other geom- etries and other lead angle type cutters,” said Tucker.


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