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KS TOOLS Steel Cord Cutter
  • Diameter from [mm]:  5,0
  • Diameter to [mm]:  5,0
  • Weight [g]:  10
  • Length [mm]:  58,0
  • Material:  Tool Steel
  • Condition:  New
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KS TOOLS Spot Weld Cutter
  • Diameter from [mm]:  10,0
  • Diameter to [mm]:  10,0
  • Diameter [in]:  3/8
  • Weight [g]:  30
  • Length [mm]:  72,0
  • Material:  High-speed steel
  • Links-/Rechtsschneidend:  Right cutting
  • Condition:  New
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KS TOOLS Spot Weld Cutter
  • Diameter from [mm]:  8,0
  • Diameter to [mm]:  8,0
  • Colour:  gold
  • Weight [g]:  10
  • Length 1 [mm]:  44,0
  • Length 2 [mm]:  15,0
  • Material:  High-speed steel
  • Links-/Rechtsschneidend:  Right cutting
  • Clamping Groove Length [mm]:  29
  • Condition:  New
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KS TOOLS Deep Seat Milling Cutter Artikelnummer 150.1485
KS TOOLS Deep Seat Milling Cutter 150.1485
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Article №: 150.1485
KS TOOLS Deep Seat Milling Cutter
  • Weight [g]:  700
  • Number of tools:  6
  • Verpackung:  Plastic Case
  • Condition:  New
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KS TOOLS Cutter Set
  • Colour:  Silver
  • Weight [g]:  590
  • Material:  Carbide
  • Surface:  Blank
  • Number of tools:  7
  • Verpackung:  Sheet Steel Cassette
  • Condition:  New
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HAZET Core Drill Bit Set, spot weld milling cutter Artikelnummer 1967-01
HAZET Core Drill Bit Set, spot weld milling cutter 1967-01

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HAZET Core Drill Bit Set, spot weld milling cutter
  • Weight [g]:  44
  • Manufactured in:  Germany
  • Condition:  New
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Many kinds of car repair involve milling. It requires special equipment which is fitted with changeable milling cutters - tools with one or several cutting teeth. When being used, these items rotate very quickly and help to make precise cuts, cut threads, make holes, cut-outs, slots and many others.

Types of milling cutters

By the design:

  • Solid. Have a solid structure.
  • Welded. Their components are made of different materials and are integrated with the help of welding.
  • Shell. Their parts are joined together with the help of screws and other fasteners.

By the shape:

  • Slitting cutters. Used for cutting a workpiece, fluting, recessing metal, and chamfering.
  • Slab cutters. Used to work with three-dimensional workpieces. Often have helical teeth which makes swarf removal easier.
  • Face cutters. Allow to effectively work even with the hardest metals, used to work with flat and stepped work-pieces.
  • Hob cutters. Widely used in gear cutting, processing of splined shafts and toothed wheels.
  • End cutters. Used to process mutually perpendicular planes, make slots, steps and recesses.

In their catalogues, modern companies present products made of various materials. Most often, these are:

  • high-speed steel;
  • carbon tool steel;
  • hard alloys (tungsten-cobalt or titanium-tungsten-cobalt);
  • diamond;
  • mineral ceramics.

Tools should be chosen depending on the properties of the materials to be processed. For example, ceramic items are often used to cut especially hard and tempered steels, hard-alloy cutters are used to mill soft metals and plastic.

Besides, the intended purpose of a tool defines the way its teeth are sharpened and their shape. For instance, they can be straight, helical or angular.

Milling cutters: tips on use

  1. Only use the tools that suit the type of the material to be processed and the nature of the task.
  2. Prior to using the tool, make sure that it is attached properly and has no backlash.
  3. Wear a respirator while milling.
  4. Do not use damaged milling cutters. You should replace them if the cutting edges are dull or damaged. Signs of dull teeth can include overheating of the tool, vibration, irregularities on the surface of a workpiece.
  5. In order to reduce heating of the tools, use cutting fluids. It can be just water or special cooling lubricants that help not only to cool the parts but also to reduce the friction.

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