Emuge Introduces Line of Top Cut End Mills

Press Release
Friday, November 16, 2012
Emgue Top Cut End Mills

Emuge Corp. has introduced Top Cut, a new series of high performance carbide end mills.

 

Offered in a wide range of metric and inch sizes, styles and geometries, Top Cut provides for maximum versatility in milling a broad array of materials, including hard steel at up to 55 HRC. 


Ideal for mold & die as well as general milling applications, Emuge’s Top Cut end mills feature a new and unique, variable helix flute technology and a newly developed variant of the high heat resistant TiAlN coating. These features, in addition to internal coolant capabilities, enable highly efficient material removal with minimal vibration and wear.



Emuge’s Top Cut End Mills are made of micro-grain carbide, featuring proprietary relief ground cutting edges, making Top Cut uniquely capable of performing roughing as well as finishing cutting operations, hugely adding to the versatility of these tools.
 


“Our new Top Cut End Mills are a superb alternative for shops seeking an affordable high performance end mill choice to apply across multiple materials, cutting applications and operations, without the need for expensive tool changes,” said Mr. Peter Matysiak, President of Emuge Corp.



Emuge Top Cut End Mills are available in a full range of inch and metric sizes, lengths, and in various types--over 600 new items in total, with most tools available for immediate delivery from stock at Emuge’s North American headquarters in West Boylston, MA, U.S.A.

 

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