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1/1/2007

Diamond end mill

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Lach Diamond (Grand Rapids, Mich.) has developed what it calls a diamond end mill with “multiple cut.” A multiple number of polycrystalline diamonds (PCD), more than 100 pieces on the working surface of the end mill, enable a gentle stock removal during machining glass fiber- or carbon fiber-reinforced plastic. The

Lach Diamond (Grand Rapids, Mich.) has developed what it calls a diamond end mill with “multiple cut.” A multiple number of polycrystalline diamonds (PCD), more than 100 pieces on the working surface of the end mill, enable a gentle stock removal during machining glass fiber- or carbon fiber-reinforced plastic. The mill design (patent applied for) reportedly provides for disruption-free machining of delicate three-dimensional parts, with minimal noise.

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