The 'Grey' line of tooling is designed specifically for cutting hardened/tool steels.
The 'Chirper' line is a tight-tolerance 3D finishing tool which is intended for flanking; primarily using the side of the tool to generate final part geometry. This line is intended for machine tools with spindles capable of speeds up to 20K rpm.
'R' form tools are the classic end-mill shape, straight sides (flanks) with corners ranging from sharp (flat tip) to completely round (ball tip). This form is the most common of all, and good for almost everything.
|Material||Tool Steel, Hardened Steel||Application||Finish Flank Milling <20k RPM (Chirper)|
|Form||End Mill - Bull / Rounded Corner|
|Cutting Diameter||0.3937"||10.000 mm|
|Corner Radius||0.0394"||1.000 mm|
|Taper per Side||0.0°|
|Length of Cut||1.3780"||35.000 mm|
|Minimum Extension||1.8"||45.0 mm|
|Maximum Extension||2.8"||70.0 mm|
|Shank Diameter h6||0.3937"||10.000 mm|
|Overall Length||3.3"||84 mm|