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November 2003
Stabilizer flute end mills reduce chatter

A new line of solid carbide end mills from Niagara Cutter (Amherst, N.Y., U.S.A.) highlights the company's patented Stabilizer flute geometry, a specially engineered flute designed to significantly reduce distorting harmonics and chatter. The new design, in combination with the company's Microshield TiAlN coatings, is

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Posted on: 11/1/2003
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A new line of solid carbide end mills from Niagara Cutter (Amherst, N.Y., U.S.A.) highlights the company's patented Stabilizer flute geometry, a specially engineered flute designed to significantly reduce distorting harmonics and chatter. The new design, in combination with the company's Microshield TiAlN coatings, is expected to lengthen the tool's useful life and increase productivity by enabling greater speed and depths-of-cut while producing better surface finish. The end mills come in a wide array of configurations and sizes. Select 235

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