High Feed Milling Carbide Milling Inserts SDHT120520FN With Superior Edge Safety
- Precision five-axis grinding machine grinding, dimensional stability, high indexing accuracy.
- Optimized insert construction and a well-matched PVD coating ensure insert toughness and longevity while meeting the high feed requirements for efficient milling.
- The insert is multi-optimized by the choice of base material, channel structure and coating while ensuring strength. It has superior toughness and can adapt to very large feeds (max 2.5 mm/z). Even if the insert is severely worn, there will be no breakage, and the cutter head will be well protected from damage.
- Under normal feed conditions, the surface quality of the process can also be improved.
- The insert can be used in a variety of milling operations:
- High efficiency milling in the plane.
- Reduce the machining feed rate when chamfering or spiral machining.
- When drilling and milling, set the axial feed to 0.2 mm / rev or less.
- There may be long chips flying out during drilling and milling, so be careful.
- When performing spiral reaming, the depth of cut per round cannot exceed the maximum depth of cut ap.
- In addition to the above processing, it can also be used for embedded milling.
VP15TF / MITSUBISHI
DP5320 / Duracarb
Milling Application Tips:
- Check power capability and machine rigidity and ensure that the machine can make the most of the required tool diameter.
- Cutting on the spindle with the shortest possible tool overhang.
- Use the correct tool pitch for cutting to minimize the number of inserts involved in the cut to avoid vibration, while on the other hand, for narrow workpieces or when milling exceeds space, make sure the inserts are adequate.
- Be sure to use the correct feed per blade to achieve the correct cutting action with the recommended maximum chip thickness.
- Climb milling is recommended whenever possible.
- In any case, the use of indexable inserts with positive rake grooves provides smooth cutting and lowest power consumption.
- Select the correct tool diameter that corresponds to the width of the workpiece.
- Choose the most appropriate lead angle.
- Correctly position and hold the milling cutter.
- If you need to consider the use of coolant, milling without coolant can generally be done very well.
- Follow blade maintenance recommendations and monitor tool wear.
Recommended Cutting Parameters:
- The following cutting parameters are recommended range values and should be adjusted as appropriate after considering the following factors:
- Specific physical properties of the material being processed
- The actual condition of the part blank
- Power and rigidity of the machine tool
- Clamping rigidity of tools and workpieces
- Balance between tool life and machining efficiency
||180 - 280
||120 - 220
||1.0 - 2.5
||280 - 350
||80 - 180
||1.0 - 2.0
||80 - 160
||0.8 - 1.2
||80 - 190
||0.8 - 1.2
|100 - 200
||1.2 - 2.5
|80 - 160
||1.0 - 2.5