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Seco’s new Double Quattromill® 22 face milling cutters are first choice for heavy-duty milling operations
Seco’s new Double Quattromill® 22 face milling cutters are first choice for heavy-duty milling operations

Seco’s new Double Quattromill® 22 face milling cutters are first choice for heavy-duty milling operations

Double Quattromill® 22, Seco’s latest range of innovative and high-performance face milling cutters, is designed to help component manufacturers significantly improve metal removal rates and, by doing so, increase productivity levels.

The new cutter range, designed for both roughing and semi finishing operations, feature double-sided inserts with eight cutting edges that enable higher depths-of-cut to be taken.

The Double Quattromill® 22 comes in 45° and 68° lead angle versions for depths-of-cut up to 9mm and 11mm respectively.

The double-sided inserts used in the Double Quattromill® 22 range of cutters generate lower cutting forces and consequently, they require less machine tool power and provide customers with longer tool life.

Double Quattromill® 22 cutter bodies are available with fixed-pocket and/or cassette type options with standard or close pitch versions.

The cutters also feature Seco's new surface texture technology on their cutter body flutes to improve their durability and facilitate more effective chip control and evacuation.

The Double Quattromill® 22 offers a comprehensive range of inserts, with various geometry and grade combinations to suit most materials.

ME12 geometry inserts are aimed at the machining of superalloys and stainless steels. M12 geometry inserts are available in many grades and can be used to machine most workpiece materials. M18 geometry inserts, with their stronger edge protection, are designed for machining steel and cast iron.

Published on MTD CNC by Seco Tools (UK) Ltd on 09 April 2019

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