Sorma is announcing at EMO the new Osawa UHF-RT end mills for high feed milling on hardened and pre-hardened ISO H and ISO P materials. This new series of solid tools features a multi-flute convex design that allows to get excellent machining performances and an extremely high chips removal rate.
Osawa UHF-RT end mills offer the highest productivity on pocketing using ramping and helical interpolation; they are designed to perform both roughing and semi-finishing with the same tool, resulting in additional time saving produced by the lower number of tool changes.
Despite the challenges presented by the hardness of materials involved, UHF-RT family presents top-level features:
- Reduced cutting force, thanks to a composite radius geometry that create thinner chips in comparison with conventional radius;
- convex design with a no-contact area in the end mill center together with the special helix geometry, reduce drastically the vibration, even when machining at corners;
- broad range of diameters from 2 to 12 mm all with 3xD reduced neck.
«The combination of high feed per tooth with shallow depth of cut enables a really higher metal removal rate – says Antonio Policek, Marketing Director Sorma – That’s why compared to conventional milling strategies, high feed milling allows a drastic reduction of machining time. The development of the Osawa UHF-RT line is an excellent addition to our portfolio and we are sure that it will be appreciated especially by those customers who are working to improve productivity in hardened steels from 45 up to 65 HRC machining».
UHF-RT end mill completes the Osawa high-feed milling range which also includes UHF4 and UHF4LN.
In Sorma’s stand at EMO, Hall 5, Booth C33, the company will also introduce the new Nikko Tools NCD solid carbide drills, already available in General Purpose (GP) geometry for ISO P, ISO K and ISO M applications and Smooth Cut (SC) geometry for ISO M, ISO P and ISO S applications.
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