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Dorian Tool

Milling System

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The Dorian Tool Milling System of fers a comprehensive selection
of tooling to provide a solution for almost any milling
operation. The majority of our milling cutters are
available with the screw locking system and many of
our mills are available with coolant through the shank.
Our offering of face mills are available in standard
arbor sizes and offer insert choices for
machining any material. Likewise,
Dorian end mills provide similar
advantages. In addition, the
Dorian Tool line of specialty
milling cutters is unsur-
passed in its variety.
From dovetails to radii
and from woodruff key
seats to chamfers,
Dorian specialty
mills are an
essential part
of any shop.

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Milling Index

Technical Data
Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page E-4

Milling
Milling Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pages E-9 to E-34

Milling Inserts
Milling Inserts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page E-35

Milling System (Inch) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pages E-88 to E-89

Toolholder (Inch)
Milling
Copy Mill System (Inch) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page E-126

Toolholder (Metric)
Milling System (Metric) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pages E-138 to E-139

Milling

Copy Mill System (Metric) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page E-166


Spare Parts
Milling

Spare Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page E-177

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Milling
Quick Index
Technical Data
Milling

The First Choice Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-4 to E-5


Milling Made Simple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-6
Steel and Alloy Steel Milling Work Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-7
Milling Insert Performance Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8
Milling Inserts

Milling Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-9 to E-12


Insert Edge Preparation and Corner Geometry Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-15
Material Characteristic Charts for Milling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-20 to E-21
Milling Insert Grade Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-26
Milling Application Data Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-32 to E-33
The First Choice Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-4 to E-5
Stainless Steel Milling Made Simple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-6
Milling Work Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-7
Milling Insert Performance Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8
Milling Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-9 to E-12
Insert Edge Preparation and Corner Geometry Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-15
Material Characteristic Charts for Milling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-22
Milling Insert Grade Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-27
Toolholder (Inch)

Milling Application Data Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-32 to E-33


The First Choice Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-4 to E-5
Cast Iron
Milling

Milling Made Simple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-6


Milling Work Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-7
Milling Insert Performance Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8
Milling Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-9 to E-12
Insert Edge Preparation and Corner Geometry Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-15
Material Characteristic Charts for Milling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-22 to E-23
Milling Insert Grade Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-28
Milling Application Data Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-26 to E-27
The First Choice Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-4 to E-5
Aluminum Milling Made Simple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-6
Milling Work Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-7
Toolholder (Metric)

Milling Insert Performance Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8


Milling Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-9 to E-12
Insert Edge Preparation and Corner Geometry Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-15
Milling

Material Characteristic Charts for Milling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-23


Milling Insert Grade Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-29
Milling Application Data Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-32 to E-33
The First Choice Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-4 to E-5
Nonferrous Material Milling Made Simple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-6
Milling Work Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-7
Milling Insert Performance Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8
Milling Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-9 to E-12
Insert Edge Preparation and Corner Geometry Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-15
Material Characteristic Charts for Milling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-24
Milling Insert Grade Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-30
Milling Application Data Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-32 to E-33

The First Choice Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-4 to E-5


Spare Parts

High Temper Alloy Milling Made Simple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-6


Milling

Milling Work Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-7


Milling Insert Performance Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8
Milling Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-9 to E-12
Insert Edge Preparation and Corner Geometry Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-15
Material Characteristic Charts for Milling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-24 to E-25
® Milling Insert Grade Selection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-31
Milling Application Data Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E-32 to E-33

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Milling

Technical Data
Milling
, a system designed to maximize tooling
performance and productivity enhancement. The system
supplies tooling specifications, technical data, machining
solutions and the best tooling choices to optimize
machining results.

Milling Inserts
Toolholder (Inch)
Milling
E
(First Choice)

Toolholder (Metric)
F S Milling
(Finishing) (Roughing) Spare Parts
Milling

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Milling
Made Simple
Technical Data
Milling

System will guide you to determine which Insert Geometry,


Grade and Chipbreaker will best work for a specific material, machining
application, and cutting condition.
Milling Inserts

To achieve , follow the Dorian Search Steps:

Step 1: Material Step 4: Insert Grade Step 7: Depth of Cut


Step 2: Milling Application Step 5: Insert Geometry Step 8: Chip Load
Step 3: Cutting Condition Step 6: Insert Chipbreaker Step 9: SFM (Surface Feed Per Minute)

With given information:


Toolholder (Inch)
Milling

Step 1: Select a milling cutter using Milling Selection Chart (Pages: E-10 to E-12)

Step 2: Select the insert edge preparation and corner geometry using Milling Insert Edge
Preparation and Corner Geometry Selection Chart (Page: E-15)

Step 3: Select the milling insert grade using Milling Insert Grade Selection Chart (Pages: E-26 to E-31)

Step 4: Start your operation by using the cutting data calculated in Millling Application Data Chart
Toolholder (Metric)

(Pages: E-32 to E-33)


Milling

Using the Application Data Chart:

Conditions: Adjustments:
Finishing: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Move to the left of the chart for harder grade
Roughing: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Move to the right of the chart for stronger grade
Smooth Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Move to the left of the chart for harder grade
Uneven Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Move to the right of the chart for stronger grade
High RPM: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Move to the left of the chart for harder grade
Spare Parts

Low RPM: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Move to the right of the chart for stronger grade
Milling

Insert Edge Wear: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Move to the left of the chart for harder grade
Insert Breakage: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Move to the right of the chart for stronger grade

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Milling
Work Sheet

Technical Data
Milling
To simplify the manufacturing processes, Date:________________
please fill in the blanks.

Part Name:_________________________________________________
Drawing Number:___________________________Quantity:_________
Job Number:_________________________________________________

Milling Inserts
Face Milling Side Milling Slot Milling

Toolholder (Inch)
Dorian Search Steps Operation Data P ag e

Milling
High Temper
Step 1: Material Steel Stainless Steel Cast Iron Aluminum Nonferrous
Alloy

Step 2: Milling Application X-Finishing Finishing Medium Roughing H-Roughing

Step 3: Cutting Conditions Light Cut Smooth Surface Uneven Surface Roughing H-Roughing

Toolholder (Metric)
Step 4: Insert Geometry

Milling
Step 5: Insert Grade

Step 6: Insert Chipbreaker

Step 7: Depth of Cut


Spare Parts

Step 8: Chip Load


Milling

Step 9: SFM
(Surface Feed per Minute)

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Milling Insert Performance Test

Territory# ______________________________________
Sales Order# ___________________________________

Date: _________________________________________
Technical Data

Company: Company: District Name:


Milling

Dorian Dealer

Dorian Tool
Street: Street: Manager
Customer

Telephone: (979) 282-2861 Ext:


City: City: Product Name:
State: State: Manager Telephone: (979) 282-2861 Ext:
Zip: Zip: Customer Name:
Country: Country: Service Telephone: (979) 282-2861 Ext:
Name: Name: Test Insert Requested

Request
Contact

Contact
Title: Title: U PC Description Grade QTS

Insert
P h o n e: P h o n e:
F ax: F ax:
Email: Email:

Horiz ontal Manual Milling Milling - Face/Side Type Description


Milling Inserts

Machine Type

Machining

Tool Type
Vertical Manual Milling Deep Milling End Mill
Type of

CNC Machine Center Drilling Face Mill


Special Applications Special Applications Special

Insert #1 Insert #2 Best Performance Workpiece

Manufacturer #
Insert Data

Geometry #
Chipbreaker #
Toolholder (Inch)

E dge #
Milling

Grade #
Cutting Edge per Insert #
Bar Stock #
Forging #
Workpiece

Casting #
Material

Material Hardness #
Operation #
Cutting Diameter #
Number of Cutting Inserts #
Total Number of Inserts #
Toolholder (Metric)

Depth of Cut ap #
Length of Cut lm #
Milling

Cutting Conditions

Chip Load per Tooth fz #


Advance per Revolution fn #
Feed Rate vt #
Surface Feed S FM #
Revolution per Minute R PM #
Thread TP I #
Type of Coolant #
Horsepow er Required #
Cutting Time x Piece #
Cutting Results

Parts x Edge #
Spare Parts

Tool Life x Edge #


Milling

Parts x Insert #
Reason for Indexing #
Surface Finish RMS #
Purchasing Price of Insert #
Cost Data

Cost of Insert x Hour #


Cost of Insert x Part #
Cost of Insert x Job #

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Milling Technical Data

Milling Selection Chart

Technical Data
Number of Teeth

Milling
Coarse Pitch
• General Purpose Coarse Pitch Medium Pitch Fine Pitch
• Maximum depth of cut
• Less chatter

Medium Pitch
• Reduced cutting
pressure
• Allows more than
one insert in the cut

Fine Pitch

Milling Inserts
• Small depth of cut
• Good for thin
walled sections
• High production

Application Coarse Pitch Medium Pitch Fine Pitch

General Use •

Heavy Cut •
Extended Tooling •

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Deep Slotting •
Finishing •

Milling
Features Coarse Pitch Medium Pitch Fine Pitch
Chatter Low Medium High
Power Requirement Low Medium High
Metal Removal Rate Low Medium High

Materials Coarse Pitch Medium Pitch Fine Pitch

Toolholder (Metric)
Steel and Alloy Steel • 
Stainless Steel • 

Milling
Cast Iron • 
Aluminum • 
High Temper Alloy  •
• - First Choice  - Second Choice

• As a general rule, a milling cutter should have no more than two teeth engaged in a cut at any one time. Based on this rule, the following
formulas are recommended. If the formula results in a fractional tooth number, round up to the next highest full number of teeth.

Formulas
Spare Parts

T = Number of Teeth Face Mills - Inch / Metric End Mills - Inch / Metric
in Cutter
Milling

Example: Determine the optimum


D = Cutter Diameter Example: Determine the optimum number number of teeth for a 1.5 inch
of teeth for a 6 inch diameter cutter for diameter cutter with a 6° Helix and
W = Width of Cut material 4 inches wide. .75 inch depth of cut.
d = Depth of cut
A = Helix Angle

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Milling Technical Data

Milling Selection Chart


Technical Data

Milling Cutter Geometry


Milling

Double Negative Milling Cutter


Pros
• Good for heavy feed rates
• Provides a stronger cutting edge at the point
of workpiece contact
• Allows for use of more cutting edges per insert

Cons
• Requires a high horsepower machine
• High cutting force
Milling Inserts

• Workhardening due to higher cutting


temperatures may be a problem
• Workpiece deflection
• Poor surface finish

Double Positive Milling Cutter


Pros
• Lower horsepower requirement
• Minimal deflection
• Improved surface finish
• Reduced entry shock
• Lower cutting temperatures
Toolholder (Inch)

• Best choice for workhardening materials

Cons
Milling

• Weak insert cutting edge


• Fewer cutting edges per insert
• Tendancy to lift workpiece

Cutting Forces - Negative Milling Cutter Cutting Forces - Positive Milling Cutter
Toolholder (Metric)
Milling

Milling Cutter Angle of Entry


Negative Angle of Entry B e st Not Recommended
• Insert enters material at a strong
orientation with its cutting edge
Negative Angle of Entry Positive Angle of Entry
• Reduces insert chipping
• Allows heavier feeds
• To ensure a negative angle of entry, the
center of the cutter should remain within
Spare Parts

the workpiece
Milling

Positive Angle of Entry


• Insert enters material at a weak
orientation with its cutting edge
• Increased insert chipping
• Use insert with negative land

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Milling Technical Data

Milling Selection Chart

Technical Data
Milling
General End Milling

• Use air or coolant to ensure chip evacuation


• Rigid tool holding and material stability are critical
• Climb cut whenever possible

Milling Inserts
• Do not exceed recommended depth of cut

Channel End Milling B e st

Toolholder (Inch)
Milling
• The use of coolant is critical in these operations
• Using a cutter with an odd number of teeth will
limit chatter and lessen machining forces
Not Recommended
• End mills with fewer teeth also may provide
better chip clearance due to larger gullet size

Toolholder (Metric)
Milling
Helical End Milling Machine Marks

• Standard end milling practices may be used for


helical end mills with few exceptions
• Use for roughing
• Radial forces are greater due to greater
allowable depth of cut
Spare Parts

• Slight machine marks result at the point where


Milling

inserts overlap

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Milling Technical Data

Milling Selection Chart


Technical Data

Slotting Cutters
Milling

• Rigidity is a critical factor in any slot


milling operation
• Arbor mounted cutters should be
placed as close to the spindle face
as is practical for a given part being
milled
• Overarm supports should be placed
near the cutters to increase rigidity
Milling Inserts

• To prevent chatter and poor surface


finish, the arbor should not overhang
the outermost support
• As a rule, larger cutter diameters
mounted on larger diameter arbors
will result in higher performance
operation
Toolholder (Inch)

Determining Surface Finish


Milling

Nose Radius and Feed Insert Nose Radius


Insert Radius Maximum Insert nose radius plays a major role in surface finish. In general, for a given feed rate, the larger the nose
radius, the smoother the finish. To help ensure an acceptable finish, the chart at left gives the
(re) Feed FPR(fn) recommended maximum feed rates for selected insert nose radii.
Inch mm Inch mm
0.004 0,10 0.003 0,07 Roughing Application Finishing Application
0.008 0,20 0.005 0,13 • Use the largest possible radius of the insert • Nose radius and feed along with workpiece
nose to allow for greater feed rates. This will stability and chucking rigidity are the major
0.016 0,80 0.011 0,26 result in better stability and lengthen the insert factors in surface finish and tolerance.
0.032 0,80 0.021 0,53 life.
• To improve surface finish, use higher cutting
Toolholder (Metric)

0.047 1,20 0.031 0,80 • If vibration is a problem, use a smaller radius. sp e e d s.


0.062 1,6 0.041 1,06
• The maximum feed rate (fn) should never exceed • Choosing the correct insert grade is essential for
0.093 2,4 0.061 1,58 1/2 of the insert nose radius. a quality finish.
Milling

Formulas

Feed Rate
Spare Parts

Radius
Milling

Rmax = profile depth in µinch/µmeter


r ε = nose radius in inch/millimeter
fn = feed in inch/millimeter per revolution
Theoretical Surface Finish

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Milling Technical Data

Milling Methods

Technical Data
Milling
Choosing Cutter Diameter B e st Multiple passes
• The best cutter diameter(D) is a
minimum of 1.3 times the width of
cut(woc)

D ≥ 1.3 x woc

• If multiple passes are required,


individual (woc) should not exceed
3/4 D

woc = 3/4 D

Milling Inserts
Milling Direction B e st Not Recommended
Climb milling should be chosen over
conventional milling when possible.

• Chip thickness starts at its maximum


and decreases to zero
• Longer tool life
• Less heat
• Minimal work hardening
Table Feed Table Feed

Toolholder (Inch)
Cutter Position B e st Not Recommended

Milling
Table Feed

• Cutter should be set tangentially so


that it climbs out of the workpiece

Table Feed

Workpiece Orientation B e st Not Recommended

Toolholder (Metric)
Table Feed

Milling
• Workpiece should be secured in a
way that will allow the cutter to be set
tangentially so that it climbs out of the
workpiece

Table Feed

Multiple Passes B e st Not Recommended


Table Feed Table Feed
Spare Parts

• Ensure that cuts are made in such a


Milling

way that will allow the cutter to be set


tangentially to the edge of the
workpiece

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Milling Technical Data

Insert Lead
Technical Data
Milling

0° Lead Angle Cutters

• Mill to a square shoulder


• Good in thin walled applications
• Good for poor fixture applications

15° Lead Angle Cutters

• Reduced vibration
• Thin chips
Milling Inserts

30° Lead Angle Cutters

• Reduced vibration
• Thin chips

45° Lead Angle Cutters


Toolholder (Inch)

• First choice for non square shoulder applications


Milling

• Reduced vibration
• Thin chips
• Increased productivity

Round Lead Angle Cutters

• Strongest cutting edge


• Roughing
• Good for heat resistant alloys
Toolholder (Metric)

Formulas Example
Milling

Lead Angle Feed Per Tooth Chip Thickness Lead Angle Feed Per Tooth Chip Thickness
0° fz hm = fz 0° .012 hm = .012
15° fz hm = fz x .966 15° .012 hm = .012 x .966 = .0115
30° fz hm = fz x .866 30° .012 hm = .012 x .866 =.0104
45° fz hm = fz x .707 45° .012 hm = .012 x .707 = .0085
Round fz hm = Varies by Depth Round .012 hm = Varies by Depth

Lead Angle Affect on Maximum Depth of Cut


0° Lead Angle 15° Lead Angle 30° Lead Angle 45° Lead Angle Round
Spare Parts
Milling

la = .667 x l la = .664 x l la = .578 x l la = .472 x l la = .400 x d

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Milling Technical Data

Milling Insert Edge Preparation and Corner Geometry Selection Chart

Technical Data
Insert Edge Preparation Insert Corner Geometry

Milling
Finishing Style "F" Small Radius

• Finishing to semi-finishing
• Sharp cutting edge
• Positive cutting edge
• Low feed rates • Roughing
• Low machine power • Less vibration
• Low cutting force • Low feed rates

Style "E"

Milling Inserts
• Semi-finishing to light
roughing
• Medium cutting operations Large Radius
• Honed edge
• Positive cutting edge
• High feed rates
• Strong cutting edge
• Semi-roughing to finishing
• High feed rates
Style "S" • Strong cutting edge

• Light roughing to heavy


roughing

Toolholder (Inch)
• Negative land
• Strong cutting edge
• High cutting force

Milling
Wiper Edge

Style "T"
• Heavy roughing • Finishing
• Negative land with honed • High feed rates
edge • Very strong edge
• Very strong edge
• High feed rates

Toolholder (Metric)
Roughing

Milling
Feed Mark Affect on Surface Finish and Flatness
One Side Two Sides
• Chips are thinnest at the edge of a cutter
and thickest at the center of a cutter

• Feed marks that are widely spaced result


in a slightly raised portion of material in
relation to closely spaced feed marks

• Feed marks are going to be widest on the


centerline of a cut
Spare Parts

• When opposite sides of an object are


Milling

milled the result tends to be a tapered


surface

• Use insert with a large radius or with a


wiper edge for a smoother, flatter surface

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Milling Technical Data

Starting Speeds and Feeds


Technical Data
Milling

Chip Load (fz) Standard Cutter

• Chip load (fz) is the feed load on each individual


insert in a milling cutter

• Varies based on insert grade, edge preparation,


and material being machined

• When properly adjusted, the chips produced at a


certain load will carry the majority of the heat
Milling Inserts

created during the milling process away from the


cutter and material being machined

• Typically, the chip load per tooth will fall between


.003 and .012 inches per effective tooth
(0,08 - 0,30 mm per effective tooth)

Determining Number of Effective Teeth Staggard Tooth Cutter


Toolholder (Inch)
Milling

• In most cases, the number of effective teeth (nt)


is equal to the total number of teeth in a milling
cutter

• In cutters with staggered teeth, the number of


effective teeth (zc) is equal to the total number of
teeth (zn) divided by the number of rows of
teeth (rt)

• When figuring speeds and feeds, the number


of effective teeth should always be used in
Toolholder (Metric)

order to get accurate results

• See graphics at right for examples of effective


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teeth

Starting Feeds (fn) Starting Speeds - Surface Feed Per Minute (vc)

• Surface feed per minute (vc) for an individual cutter is found by


• To find starting feeds, multiply the chip load (fz) by effective multiplying the cutter diameter (Dm) by the spindle speed (n)
number of teeth to find the feed per revolution (fn)
• Feed rates are based on insert grade and edge preparation
• To find feed per minute (vf), multiply the feed per revolution (fn) and material
Spare Parts

by the spindle speed (n)


• Recommended feed rates should be the starting point for
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calculations and should remain constant at all times

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Starting Speed and Feed Examples

Technical Data
Inch Measurements

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Dc = Diameter of tool Inch
vc = Cutting speed Feet/Min
fn = Feed per revolution Inch/Rev
vf = Feed per minute Inch/Min
fz = Chip load Inch
zc = Effective cutting teeth -
n = Spindle speed Rev/Min
zn = Total teeth -
rt = Rows of teeth -

Milling Inserts
Find the starting feed rate for a 1.5 inch diameter (Dc) helical end mill with 9 total teeth (zn ) and 3 rows of inserts (rt). The
material being machined is 4140 steel with a recommended starting speed of 375 surface feet per minute (vc ) and a .008
(fz) inch per tooth chip load.

Spindle Speed vc x 12 375 x 12


n= = = 955 RPM
Revolution Per Minute πxD c
3.14 x 1.5

Number of Zn 9
Zc = = 3
Effective Teeth rt 3
Feed Rate Per
f n = f z x zc = .008 x 3 = .024 IPR
Revolution

Toolholder (Inch)
Feed Rate Per
vf = fn x n = .024 x 955 = 22.92 IPM

Milling
Minute

Metric Measurements

Dc = Diameter of tool mm
vc = Cutting speed m/Min
fn = Feed per revolution mm/Rev
vf = Feed per minute mm/Min
fz = Chip load mm

Toolholder (Metric)
zc = Effect cutting teeth -
n = Spindle speed Rev/Min
zn = Total teeth -

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rt = Rows of teeth -

Find the starting feed rate for a 40 mm diameter (D c) helical end mill with 9 total teeth (z n) and 3 rows of inserts (rt). The
material being machined is 4140 steel with a recommended starting speed of 114 surface meters per minute (vc) and a 0,2
(fz) inch per tooth chip load.

Spindle Speed vc x 12 114 x 1000


Revolution Per Minute n= = = 907 RPM
πxD c 3.14 x 40

Number of Zn 9
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Zc = = 3
Effective Teeth
rt 3
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Feed Rate Per


f n = f z x zc = 0,2 x 3 = 0,6 mm/REV
Revolution

Feed Rate Per


vf = fn x n = 0,6 x 907 = 544 mm/Min
Minute

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Milling Formulas
Technical Data

Inch Measurements
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ae = Radial depth of cut Inch M = Torque lb • ft

ap = Axial depth of cut Inch n = Spindle speed Rev/Min

Dc = Diameter of tool Inch Pc = Power requirements Hp

fn = Feed per revolution Inch/Rev Q = Metal removal rate Inch3 /Min

fz = Feed per tooth Inch/Tooth Tc = Cutting time Min

kc = Specific cutting force lbs/inch2 vc = Cutting speed Feet/Min


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lm = Machined length Inch vf = Feed per minute Inch/Min

zn = Number of teeth in tool -

Example: Determine the cutting speed (vc) required for a 2-1/2" diameter
Cutting Speed πxD c xn cutter with a spindle speed of 600 RPM.
Surface Feet per vc =
Minute 12 π x 2.5 x 600
vc = = 392.70 Feet/Min
12
Toolholder (Inch)

Example: Determine the spindle speed (n) required for turning a 2-1/2"
Milling

Spindle Speed vc x 12 diameter part with a cutting speed of 400 SFM.


Revolution Per Minute n =
πx D c
n =
400 x 12
= 611.15 Rev/Min
π x 2.5

Example: Determine the metal removal rate (Q) required for cutting with
Metal Removal Rate a radial depth of 4.0, an axial depth of .300, a cutting speed of
Q = a e x a p x vf
Inch3 /Min 400 SFM, and feed rate of 20 IPR.
Toolholder (Metric)

Q = .300 x 4.0 x 20 = 24 inch3 /min


Milling

Example: Determine the power requirement (Pc ) for machining material


with a cutting force of 181,750, a radial depth of 4.0, an axial
ap x ae x fz x n x zn x kc depth of .300 with a spindle speed of 400 RPM, and feed rate
Power Requirement Pc =
Horsepower per tooth of .008 and 6 total teeth.
396,000
4.0 x .300 x .008 x 400 x 6 x 181,750
Pc = = 10.58 HP
396,000

Example: Determine the amount of time required to machine a 6" long part
Spare Parts

lm with a spindle speed of 600 RPM and feed rate of .015 IPR.
Cutting Time Tc =
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Minute fn x n 6
Tc = = .67 Min (40 Sec)
.015 x 600

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Milling Formulas

Technical Data
Metric Measurements

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ae = Radial depth of cut mm M = Torque Nm

ap = Axial depth of cut mm n = Spindle speed Rev/Min

Dc = Diameter of tool mm Pc = Power requirements kW

fn = Feed per revolution mm/Rev Q = Metal removal rate mm3/Min

fz = Feed per tooth mm/Tooth Tc = Cutting time Min

kc = Specific cutting force Nm vc = Cutting speed m/Min

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lm = Machined length mm vf = Feed per minute mm/Min

zc = Effective cutting teeth -

Example: Determine the cutting speed (vc) required for a 50mm diameter
Cutting Speed πx D c
xn cutter with a spindle speed of 600 RPM.
Surface Metres per vc =
Minute 1000 π x 50 x 600
vc = = 94,25 m/Min
1000

Toolholder (Inch)
Example: Determine the spindle speed (n) required for a 32mm diameter

Milling
Spindle Speed vc x 1000 cutter with a cutting speed of 100 m/Min.
Revolution Per Minute n =
πx D c n =
100 x 1000
= 994,72 Rev/Min
π x 32

Example: Determine the metal removal rate (Q) required for cutting with
Metal Removal Rate a radial depth of 100, an axial depth of 8,0, a cutting speed of
Q = ae x ap x vf 200 m/Min and feed rate of 80 mm/min.

Toolholder (Metric)
mm 3 /Min
Q = 8,0 x 100 x 80 = 64.000 mm3 /min

Milling
Example: Determine the power requirement (P c) for machining material
with a specific cutting force of 20.500, a radial depth of 100,
a p x ae x fz x n x kc
Power Requirement Pc = an axial depth of 8,0, with a spindle speed of 200 RPM, and feed
Kilowatts 60.000.000 rate per tooth of 0,2 and 6 total teeth.
100 x 8,0 x 0,2 x 200 x 20.500
Pc = = 10.93 kW
60.000.000

Example: Determine the amount of time required to machine a 200mm long


Spare Parts

lm part with a spindle speed of 600 RPM and feed rate of 0,4 mmPR.
Cutting Time Tc =
Milling

Minute fn x n 200
Tc = = ,83 Min (50 Sec)
0,4 x 600

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Material Characteristics Chart


Technical Data

Material Material Characteristics


Milling

Low Carbon Steel: Under 0.03% Carbon Low Carbon Free Machining

• Soft and gummy • Easy to machine


Alloy Steel, AISI: 1008, 1010, 1018, 1020
1026,10L18,10L45, 10L50, 1108, • Difficult chip control • High speed machining
1117, 1141, 11L44, 1214, 12L14 • Rough finish • High depth of cut

• Burrs and sharp edge • Poor surface finish

• Poor surface finish • Good tolerance

• Poor tolerance • Semi-difficult chip control

• Difficult to machine close tolerance


Milling Inserts

Problems and Solutions


Chip Control Insert Crater Wear Built-up Edge Interrupted Cut Poor Surface Finish Sharp Edge Burrs
1 Use a S-edge 1 Reduce cutting speed 1 Use a sharper E-edge 1 The machined part 1 Decrease the feed rate 1 Use a high positive E-
insert geometry insert geometry must be held rigid edge insert geometry
2 Reduce feed rate 2 Increase the cutting
2 Increase feed rate 2 Increase the coolant 2 Decrease the feed rate sp e e d 2 Decrease the feed rate
3 Change to a higher flow and pressure
3 Change the insert wear resistant and 3 Increase the cutting 3 Use a sharper E-edge 3 Increase the cutting
lead angle alumina grade 3 Change insert grade sp e e d insert geometry sp e e d
insert like DHCP25M to a PVD coating,
4 Use a smaller nose or D A S P 20M like DVP56M, 4 Use a larger nose 4 Use a DHCP25M or 4 Change the insert
radius insert DASP20M, or radius insert DVP56M insert grade before getting worn
4 Increase the coolant D A S P 35M
Toolholder (Inch)

5 Increase coolant flow and pressure 5 Use an insert with 5 Increase coolant 5 Decrease feed and
flow and pressure good edge strength flow and pressure increase speed
Milling

like DHCP40M

Material Material Characteristics


Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, and Tool Steel • Higher carbon content
U n d er 36 H R C
• Higher chrome, nickel, and moly content

Medium and High Carbon Steel, • Tough material to machine


AISI: 1035, 1040, 1045, 1050, 1080,
• Low machining speed
Toolholder (Metric)

Alloy Steel,
AISI Series: 1300, 200, 3000, 4000, • Difficult to break and control the chip flow
5000, 6000, 7000, 8000, 9000
Milling

• The material surface will harden when


Tool Steel and High Speed Steel, machined at high speed
SAE Classes: A, D, M, O, T, and S
• Good surface finish
High and Low Carbon Alloy: W1, W2, L2, P1,
P6, and P20

Problems and Solutions


Insert Crater Wear Insert Edge Wear Built-up Edge Thermal Deformation Dull Surface Finish
1 Reduce cutting speed 1 Increase feed rate 1 Use a sharper E-edge 1 Reduce cutting speed 1 Increase cutting speed
insert geometry
2 Reduce feed rate 2 Reduce cutting speed 2 Increase the coolant flow 2 Use a free-cutting F-edge
2 Increase the coolant flow and pressure insert geometry
Spare Parts

3 Increase the coolant flow 3 Increase depth of cut and pressure


Milling

and pressure 3 Change to a higher wear 3 Increase the depth of cut


4 Increase the coolant flow 3 Change insert grade to resistant and alumina in order to machine
4 Change to a higher wear and pressure a PVD coating, like grade insert like under the hardened
resistant and alumina DVP56M, DASP20M, DHCP25M or DASP20M surface created by the
grade insert like DHCP25M 5 Change to a higher wear DASP35M, or DHP435M previous cut
or D A S P 20M resistant and alumina
grade insert like DHCP25M 4 Change to a higher wear
or D A S P 20M resistant and alumina
grade insert like
DHCP25M or DASP20M

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Technical Data
Material Material Characteristics

Milling
Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel and • Higher carbon content
Tool Steel 36-48 HRC
• Higher chrome, nickel, and moly content

Alloy Steel, AISI: 1335, 4130, 4135, 4140, • Tough material to machine
4150, 4330, 4340, 5046, 5140,
5210, 8625, 8640 • Abrasive

Tool Steel and High Speed Steel • Difficult to break and control the chip flow
SEA Classes: A, D, M, O, T, and S
• The material surface will harden when
High and Low Carbon Alloy: W1, W2, L2, P1, machined at high speed
P 6, P 20
• Good surface finish

Milling Inserts
Problems and Solutions
Insert Crater Wear Insert Edge Wear Depth of Cut Notch Insert Chipping Thermal Dull Surface Finish
Deformation
1 Reduce cutting speed 1 Increase feed rate 1 Feed min. .005 in/rev 1 Check toolholder 1 Use an alumina 1 Increase cutting speed
rigidity grade insert like
2 Reduce feed rate 2 Reduce cutting speed 2 Change the depth DHCP35M 2 Use E or F-edge
of cut 2 Check insert rigidity insert geometry
3 Increase insert 3 Increase depth of cut 2 Reduce cutting speed
lead angle 3 Increase insert 3 The machined part 3 Increase the depth
4 Change to a higher lead angle must be held rigid 3 Increase the coolant of cut to machine
4 Increase the coolant wear resistant and flow and pressure under the hardened
flow and pressure alumina grade 4 Use the strongest 4 Use the strongest surface created from
insert like DHCP25M permissible insert permissible insert the previous cut
5 Change to a higher or D A S P 20M geometry geometry

Toolholder (Inch)
wear resistant and 4 Change to a higher
alumina grade 5 Increase the coolant 5 Use a DHCP35M grade 5 Use an alumina wear resistant and
insert like DHCP25M flow and pressure grade insert like alumina grade

Milling
or D A S P 20M 6 Depth of cut to be DHCP35M or inserts like DHCP25M
.005 greater than the DHCP40M or D A S P 20M
hardened surface layer

Material Material Characteristics

Toolholder (Metric)
Ferritic, Martensitic, and PH Stainless Steel • Brittle
u n d er 48 H R C
• Stringy chips

Milling
400 series AISI: 410, 416, 416Se, 420F, • High cutting force
440, 440C
• The material will harden when machined at high speed.
500 series AISI: 502, 504

PH series (precipitation hardening): 17-4PH,


PH 13-8 Mo, 15-5 PH

Problems and Solutions


Insert Crater Wear Built-up Edge Insert Chipping Dull Surface Finish
1 Reduce feed and speed 1 Increase cutting speed 1 Check toolholder rigidity 1 Increase cutting speed

2 Use a high wear resistant insert 2 Use a high wear resistant insert 2 Check insert rigidity 2 Use a free-cutting F-edge insert
Spare Parts

like DASP20M or DHCP25M like DASP20M or DHCP25M geometry


Milling

3 Increase insert lead angle


3 Use a free-cutting chip control F or 3 Use a free-cutting chip control F or 3 Increase the depth of cut, to
E-edge insert geometry E-edge insert geometry 4 The machined part must be held rigid machine under the hardened
surface created from the
4 Increase coolant flow and pressure 4 Increase coolant flow and pressure 5 Use the strongest insert previous cut
geometry possible
4 Change to a higher wear
6 Use a tougher insert grade, like resistant and alumina grade
DHCP35M or DHCP40M insert like DHCP25M or DASP20M

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Material Material Characteristics
Technical Data

Austenitic Stainless Steel • Becomes gummy under machining operations due to nickel content
Milling

• Very difficult to machine in soft conditions


200 series, ANSI: 200, 209, 219
• Very difficult to machine small depth of cut
300 series, ANSI: 302, 303, 304, 304l,
310, 316, 316L, 312, 329, • Develops tough string of chips that are difficult to control and form a build-up on the insert tip
347, 384
• Low thermal conductivity results in excess heat at the insert tip
Duplex, ASTM : XM-1, XM5, XM7,
XM21, CF-8M • Material surface will harden due to high chromium content

Problems and Solutions


Chip Control Built-up Edge Insert Chipping Depth of Cut Notch Surface Glaz ing
Milling Inserts

1 Use F or E-edge insert 1 Increase cutting speed 1 Keep constant speed 1 Feed min. .005 in/rev 1 Decrease cutting speed
geometry and feed
2 Reduce feed rate 2 Vary the depth of cut 2 Increase feed rate
2 Increase cutting speed 2 Avoid edge build up
3 Use F or E-edge insert 3 Increase insert lead angle 3 Keep a feed rate of at
3 Change the insert lead angle geometry 3 Ensure toolholder, insert least .003 ipr
and workpiece rigidity 4 Use the strongest
4 Use smaller nose radius insert 4 Change to a higher wear permissible insert geometry 4 Use a smaller nose
resistance and alumina 4 Increase toolholder lead angle radius insert
5 Increase the coolant flow grade insert like 5 Use a DASK25M grade
and pressure DASK10M,DASK25M, or 5 Use the strongest permissible 5 Use a positive insert
DHK425M insert geometry 6 Depth of cut to be .005
6 Change the insert before greater than the hardened 4 Change to a higher wear
losing the cutting edge 5 Increase the coolant flow 6 Use a tougher grade surface layer resistance and alumina
and pressure insert like DHCP40M or grade insert like
Toolholder (Inch)

DHK425M 7 Ensure workpiece rigidity DASK10M, DASK25M, or


DHK425M
Milling

Material Material Characteristics


Ductile and Malleable Cast Iron • Very difficult to machine small depth of cut

• Spherical form graphite makes machining difficult


Ductile Cast Iron, Ferritic-Pearlitic
ASTM: 60-40-18, 65-45-12, • The carbide concentration creates hard spots
80-55-06, 100-70-03
• The material structure is not uniform
S A E J4 3 4 : D 4 0 1 8 , D 4 5 1 2 , D 5 5 0 6 ,
D 7003 • The crater wear and flank of the insert makes machining difficult
Toolholder (Metric)

Malleable Cast Iron, Pearlitic-Martensitic • The insert tool life is less than gray cast iron
ASTM A47: 32510, 35018
Milling

SAE J148: M3210, M4504, M5003

Problems and Solutions


Insert Crater Wear Insert Edge Wear Insert Chipping Chatter and Vibration Dull Surface Finish
1 Increase feed rate 1 Increase feed rate 1 Check toolholder rigidity 1 Use a smaller nose 1 Increase cutting speed
radius insert
2 Reduce cutting speed 2 Reduce cutting speed 2 Check insert rigidity 2 Use a larger nose
2 Use S-edge insert geometry radius insert
3 Increase depth of cut 3 Increase depth of cut 3 Unbalanced workpiece
3 Check toolholder rigidity 3 Use S-edge insert geometry
4 Use DASK10M grade 4 Use DASK10M grade 4 The machined part must
for finishing for finishing be held rigid 4 Toolholder may be too
Spare Parts

extended
5 Use DASK25M grade for 5 Use DASK25M grade for 5 Use the strongest
Milling

general purpose general purpose permissible insert geometry 5 Check insert rigidity

6 Use DHK425M grade for 6 Use DHK425M grade for 6 Use a T-edge insert 6 Unbalanced workpiece
roughing and interrupted cuts interrupted cuts geometry
7 The machined part must
7 Increase the coolant flow 7 Increase the coolant flow 7 Use a DHK425M be held rigid
and pressure and pressure grade insert

8 Increase insert lead angle

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Technical Data
Material Material Characteristics
Gray Cast Iron • Flake form of graphite makes machining easy

Milling
• Contains scale, inclusions and sand in the surface
ASTM A48: Class 20B, 25B, 30B, 35B, 40B,
45B , 50B , 56B • The material will break easily on the end of the cut

SAE J431: G1800, G3000, G3500, G4000 • Tendency to chatter and vibrate on thin wall section

• Chucking and rigidity of the workpiece is extremely important to minimize distortion, to achieve
a good finish and close tolerance

Problems and Solutions


Insert Crater Wear Insert Edge Wear Insert Chipping Chatter and Vibration Dull Surface Finish

Milling Inserts
1 Increase feed rate 1 Increase feed rate 1 Check toolholder rigidity 1 Use a smaller nose 1 Increase cutting speed
radius insert
2 Reduce cutting speed 2 Reduce cutting speed 2 Check insert rigidity 2 Use a larger nose
2 Use S-edge insert geometry radius insert
3 Increase depth of cut 3 Increase depth of cut 3 Unbalanced workpiece
3 Check toolholder rigidity 3 Use S-edge insert geometry
4 Use DASK10M grade 4 Use DASK10M grade for 4 The machined part must
for finishing finishing be held rigid 4 Toolholder may be too
extended
5 Use DASK25M grade for 5 Use DASK25M grade for 5 Use the strongest
general purpose general purpose permissible insert geometry 5 Check insert rigitity

6 Use DHK425M grade for 6 Use DHK425M grade for 6 Use a T-edge insert 6 Unbalanced workpiece
roughing and interrupted cuts geometry
interrupted cuts 7 The machined part must

Toolholder (Inch)
7 Increase the coolant flow 7 Use a DHK425M be held rigid
7 Increase the coolant flow and pressure grade insert
and pressure

Milling
8 Increase insert lead angle

Material Material Characteristics


Aluminum Low-Silicon Aluminum Alloy <12.2% Si High-Silicon Aluminum Alloy >12.2% Si

• Easy to machine at high surface speed • The high silicon content, makes it difficult to
Free Machining Aluminum: machine at high surface speed
AA; 2024-T4, 2014-T6, 2001-T3, 6061-t6 • Soft and gummy with a low melting
temperature; tendency to stick to cutting tool • The high silicon content, makes the material
Low-Silicon Aluminum Alloy <12.2% Si very abrasive and hard on the insert causing

Toolholder (Metric)
• Edge build up will cause surface finish problem rapid tool wear
High-Silicon Aluminum Alloy >12.2% Si
• Develops a string of chips that are difficult to • To overcome the abrasiveness resulting from

Milling
control and form a build-up on the insert tip the high silicon content, high cutting forces
are generated
• Low coeffecient of elasticity and high ductility

• Greater tendency to yield under pressure


of cutting tool

Problems and Solutions


Built-up Edge Insert Chipping Poor Surface Finish
1 Use and maintain a sharp 1 Make sure the insert will not 5 Unbalanced workpiece 1 Use an E-edge insert geometry to
cutting edge have a built-up edge achieve the best surface finish
6 Use the strongest insert
2 Change the insert before 2 Avoid edge build up geometry possible 2 Increase speed
Spare Parts

losing the cutting edge


3 Ensure toolholder, insert 7 Use a E-edge insert geometry 3 Increase insert lead angle
Milling

3 Use E-edge insert geometry for and workpiece rigidity


roughing 8 Use a DK25M grade insert 4 Use a large nose radius insert
4 Increase toolholder lead angle
4 Use F-edge insert geometry for 5 Make sure the insert will not
finishing have a built up edge

5 Use a E or F-edge insert geometry 6 Use coolant designed to


machine aluminum

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Material Material Characteristics
Technical Data

Nonferrous:
Milling

C opper • Mildly abrasive and gummy alloy


• Easy to machine
• Develops a string of chips that are difficult to control especially in internal boring operations
• Use a high positive insert with a honed edge for roughing and a sharp edge for finishing. Choose a hard
grade like DVK10M, DASK10M, DASK25M, or DHK425M
Brass, Bronze • Abrasive and tougher alloys than copper
Lead Alloys, Zinc • Easy to machine and good chip control
• Use a high positive insert with a honed edge for finishing, using a hard grade like DVK10M, DASK10M, or
DASK25M. For roughing castings, use strong cutting edge
Magnesium • Tougher material than aluminum
• Fire hazard present when machined at high speeds
• Use oil base coolant with good ventilation
Milling Inserts

• High DOC possible with high feed rate, good chip control
• Use a high positive insert with a honed edge for roughing, and sharp edge for finishing. Choose a hard
grade like DVK10M, DASK10M, DASK25M, or DHK425M
Nylon, Plastic, Rubber • Mildly abrasive
• Extremely soft and gummy materials with a very low melting temperature
• Easy to machine at high surface speeds
• Develops a long and soft string of chips
• Difficult to achieve high surface-finish and maintain close tolerances
• Use a high positive insert with a honed edge for roughing, and sharp edge for finishing. Choose a hard
grade like DVK10M or DASK10M
Carbon and Graphite • Very abrasive, soft and porous materials
Phenolics, Resins • Difficult to machine
• Material will break easy on the end of the cut, and chips will develop in the form of dust
• Machining this material is very hard on the inserts
Toolholder (Inch)

• Use a high positive insert with a honed edge for roughing, and a sharp edge for finishing. Choose a hard
grade like DASK10M, DASK25M, DHK425M, or DOX425M
Milling

Material Material Characteristics


Toolholder (Metric)

Iron-Base, High Temper Alloys • Very difficult to machine small depth of cut
U n d er 34 H R C
• Insert tool life is relatively poor
Milling

Wrought: • Material surface will harden rapidly


A-286, Discaloy, Incoloy 801, N-155,
16-25-6, 19-9 DL • Material is abrasive

Cast: • Cast material is more difficult to machine than wrought


ASTM: A297, A351, A608, A567
• Develops tough, stringy chips that are difficult to control and form a build-up on the insert tip

Problems and Solutions


Depth of Cut Notch Built-up Edge Surface Glaz ing Dull Surface Finish
1 Feed min. .005 in/rev 1 Increase cutting speed 1 Increase depth of cut 1 Increase cutting speed
Spare Parts

2 Vary the depth of cut 2 Change insert grade to a PVD 2 Increase feed rate 2 Reduce feed rate
Milling

coating, like DASK10M


3 Increase insert lead angle 3 Reduce cutting speed 3 Increase coolant flow and pressure

4 Increase coolant flow and pressure 4 Reduce insert nose radius

5 Use a tougher grade 5 Use a free cutting edge


insert like DHK425M insert geometry

6 Depth of cut to be .005 greater 6 Change insert grade to a PVD


than the hardened surface layer coating, like DASK10M

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Material Material Characteristics

Technical Data
Nickel-Base, High Temper Alloys • Very difficult to machine small depth-of-cut
U n d er 48 H R C

Milling
• Insert tool life is relatively poor
Astroloy, Hastelloy, B/C/C-276/X,
Inconel: 601, 617,625, 700, 706, 718 • Material surface will harden rapidly
IN100, Incoloy 901, Mar-M200, Nimonic,
Rene 41, Udimet, Waspaloy, Monel • Material is abrasive

Cobalt-Base, High Temper Alloys • Cast material is more difficult to machine than wrought
U n d er 45 H R C
• High cutting force
Wrought:
AiResist 213, Haynes 25 (L605), • Excessive heat at insert tip
Haynes 188, J-1570, Stellite
Cast: • Insert failure by plastic deformation tends to result at high speeds
AiResist 13, Haynes 21, Mar-M302,

Milling Inserts
Mar-M509, Nasa CO-W-RE, Wi-52

Problems and Solutions


Depth of Cut Notch Built-up Edge Insert Chipping Surface Glaz ing Dull Surface Finish
1 Feed min. .005 in/rev 1 Increase feed rate 1 Use a strong cutting E or 1 Increase depth of cut 1 Increase cutting speed
F-edge insert geometry
2 Vary the depth of cut 2 Increase cutting speed 2 Increase feed rate 2 Reduce feed rate
2 For interrupted cutting,
3 Increase insert lead angle 3 Change insert grade to a maintain cutting speed 3 Reduce cutting speed 3 Use a free-cutting E-edge
PVD coating, like DASK10M and reduce feed rate insert geometry
4 Use min. .025 depth of cut 4 Reduce insert nose radius
4 Increase coolant flow and
5 Use a tougher grade insert pressure

Toolholder (Inch)
like DASK25M or DHK425M

6 Use strongest insert

Milling
shape possible,
preferably round

7 Depth of cut to be .005


greater than the hardened
surface layer

Material Material Characteristics


Titanium and Titanium Alloys • Insert tool life is relatively poor
U n d er 48 H R C
• Produces abrasive, tough, and stringy chips

Toolholder (Metric)
Alloyed: TiAl2.5Sn, Ti-6Al-4V, • Low thermal conductivity results in excess heat at insert tip
Ti6AlSn-4Zr-2Mo,
Ti3Al-8V-6Cr-4Mo-4Zr, • Low coeffecient of elasticity

Milling
Ti10V-2Fe-3Al,
Ti-13V-11Cr-3Al • Material surface will harden rapidly

• High chemical reactivity causes chips to gall and weld to cutting edge

Problems and Solutions


Depth of Cut Notch Built-up Edge Insert Chipping Surface Glaz ing Dull Surface Finish
1 Depth of cut to be .005 1 Maintain sharp cutting 1 Avoid built-up edge 1 Increase depth of cut 1 Increase feed rate and
greater than the edges, index often reduce cutting speed
hardened surface layer 2 Maintain speed and 2 Index insert to sharp edge
2 Change insert grade to a reduce feed 2 Use positive rake, sharp
2 Use the strongest PVD coating, like DASK10M 3 Reduce insert nose radius PVD coated grade
permissible insert shape 3 Increase insert lead angle insert like DASK10M
Spare Parts

3 Use E or F-edge insert


Milling

3 Vary the depth of cut geometry 4 Use S-edge insert geometry 3 Increase speed

4 Increase coolant flow and 5 Use a tougher grade 4 Increase coolant flow
pressure insert like DASK25M or and pressure
DHK425M

6 Ensure proper insert seating

7 Increase coolant flow


and pressure

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Technical Data
Milling

Finishing Medium Roughing


Material
Wear Resistant<————————————————————————————————————————————————————>Toughness

Low Carbon Steel C7-8 C6-7 C5-6 C5 C5


and Free Machine Steel P 05 P 15 P 25 P 35 P 45

Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel DHCP25M


and Tool Steel, <35 HRC DHCP35M
DHCP40M
Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel
D V P 56M
and Tool Steel, >35 HRC
Milling Inserts

D A S P 20M
Martensitic-Ferritic,
Martensic-Ferritic, 40400
0 D A S P 35M
series and PH Stainless Steel DHP435M

Milling Insert Grade Selection Chart


Application Cutting Condition Insert Grade Cutting Edge

High Performance For General Purpose Milling Operations


Toolholder (Inch)

Medium-Roughing Medium SFM D V P 56M E


General Milling For General Milling Conditions
Milling

Finishing-Roughing Low to Medium SFM DHCP25M DHCP35M DHCP40M E-S-T


High Performance High Performance Choice Under Optimal Milling Conditions
Finishing-Roughing Medium to High SFM D A S P 20M D A S P 35M DHP435M E-S-T

Milling Insert Grade Specification Chart


Insert Grade ANSI ISO Coating Grade Description First Choice
Toolholder (Metric)

Tough thermal deformation resistant substrate with cobalt For finishing milling operations
enriched periphery, wear and abrasion resistant.
© C5-C6 P15-35 CVD-TiN-TiCN-AL2O3-TiN
D H C P 25M
Milling

Tough thermal deformation resistant substrate with cobalt For all around milling operations
enriched periphery for edge strength.
© C5 P25-40 CVD-TiN-TiCN-AL2O3-TiN
D H C P 35M

Well balanced thermal deformation resistant substrate For general purpose milling
with cobalt enriched periphery. operations
© C5-C6 P15-35 PVD-TiN
D V P 56M

Extra strong and tough deformation resistant substrate For heavy roughing and
with cobalt enriched periphery for maximum edge interrupted milling operations
© C5 P30-50 CVD-TiN-TiCN-AL2O3-TiN strength.
D H C P 40M

Tough thermal deformation resistant substrate with cobalt For finishing milling at high speed
enriched periphery. and dry or semi-dry conditions.
Spare Parts

© C5-C6 P15-35 PVD-TiAlN-Multi Layer


DASP20M
Milling

Tough thermal deformation resistant substrate with cobalt All around milling operations in
enriched periphery for maximum edge strength and wear. wet or dry conditions.
© C5 P25-40 PVD-TiAlN-Multi Layer
DASP35M

Extra strong and tough thermal shock resistant substrate. For roughing operations in dry or
wet conditions.
© C5 P30-50 PVD-TiAlN-Heat-Resistant
D H P 435M

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Technical Data
Milling
Finishing Medium Roughing
Material
Wear Resistant<————————————————————————————————————————————————————>Toughness

Austenitic Stainless Steel C3-4 C2-3 C2 C2 C1-2


200 and 300 series M05 M15 M25 M35 P 45

D V K 10M
D V K 25M

DHCP25M
DHCP35M

Milling Inserts
DHCP40M

D A S K 10M
D A S K 25M
DHK425M

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Application Cutting Condition Insert Grade Cutting Edge

High Performance For Delicate Milling Conditions

Toolholder (Inch)
Finishing to Medium Medium to High SFM D V K 10M D V K 25M E

Milling
General Milling For General Milling Conditions
Finishing to Roughing Low to Medium SFM DHCP25M DHCP35M DHCP40M E-S-T
High Performance High Performance Choice Under Optimal Milling Conditions
Finishing to Roughing Medium to High SFM D A S K 10M D A S K 25M DHK425M E-S-T

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Toolholder (Metric)
Insert Grade ANSI ISO Coating Grade Description First Choice
Very fine and tough micrograin substrate, makes the best High speed milling operations.
C3-4 M05-15 PVD-TiN insert for wear, abrasion resistance and for a good edge

Milling
©
D V K 10M strength.

Ultra-fine and tough micrograin substrate, excellent For medium speed milling
C2 M15-30 PVD-TiN resistance to mechanical and thermal shock. operations.
©
D V K 25M

Tough thermal deformation resistant substrate with cobalt For finishing milling operations
C2 M15-25 CVD-TiN-TiCN-AL2O3-TiN enriched periphery, wear and abrasion resistant.
©
D H C P 25M

Tough thermal deformation resistant substrate with cobalt For all around heavy duty milling
enriched periphery for edge strength. operations
D H C P 35M © C3-4 M20-35 CVD-TiN-TiCN-AL2O3-TiN

Extra strong and tough deformation resistant substrate For heavy roughing and
with cobalt enriched periphery for maximum edge interrupted milling operations
D H C P 40M © C3-4 M25-40 CVD-TiN-TiCN-AL2O3-TiN
strength.
Spare Parts

Very fine and tough micrograined substrate, makes the For high speed milling operations
Milling

© C3-4 M05-10 PVD-TiAlN-Multi Layer best insert for wear, abrasion resistance. in dry to wet or wet conditions.
DASK10M

Fine and tough micrograined substrate, excellent For medium to difficult milling
© C2 M15-30 PVD-TiAlN-Multi Layer resistance to mechanical and thermal shock. operations in dry or wet
DASK25M conditions.

Fine and tough micrograined substrate, excellent For tough and difficult milling
© C2 M20-35 PVD-TiAlN-Heat Resistant resistance to mechanical and thermal shock, withstand operations.
D H K 425M high cutting temperatures.

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Technical Data
Milling

Finishing Medium Roughing


Material
Wear Resistant<————————————————————————————————————————————————————>Toughness
C3-4 C2-3 C2 C2 C1-2
K 05 K 15 K 25 K 35 K 45

Ductile Cast Iron D K 10M


Gray Cast Iron D K 25M
Malleable Cast Iron
D V K 10M
D V K 25M
Milling Inserts

D A S K 10M
D A S K 25M
DHK425M

Milling Insert Grade Selection Chart


Application Cutting Condition Insert Grade Cutting Edge
Toolholder (Inch)

Low Performance For Economic Milling Conditions


Milling

Finishing to Medium Low to Medium SFM D K 10M D K 25M E


General Milling For General Milling Conditions
Finishing to Medium Medium to High SFM D V K 10M D V K 25M E
High Performance High Performance Choice Under Optimal Milling Conditions
Finishing to Roughing Medium to High SFM D A S K 10M D A S K 25M DHK425M E-S-T
Toolholder (Metric)

Milling Insert Grade Specification Chart


Milling

Insert Grade ANSI ISO Coating Grade Description First Choice


Uncoated fine micro-grained grade, with an exceptional For high speed machining and
C3-4 K05-20 Uncoated edge wear resistance and high strength, provides a good precision finishing.
©
D K 10M edge sharpness.

Uncoated micro-grained grade, with excellent abrasion For all around turning operations,
C2 K20-35 Uncoated resistance property for tough machining at medium speed. from medium to roughing.
©
D K 25M

Very fine and tough micrograin substrate, makes the best High speed milling operations.
insert for wear, abrasion resistance and for a good edge
D V K 10M © C3-4 K05-20 PVD-TiN
strength.

Ultra-fine and tough micrograin substrate, excellent For medium speed milling
resistance to mechanical and thermal shock. operations.
D V K 25M © C2 K15-30 PVD-TiN
Spare Parts

Very fine and tough micrograined substrate, makes the For high speed milling operations,
Milling

best insert for wear, abrasion resistance. in dry to wet or wet conditions.
DASK10M © C3-4 P05-15 PVD-TiAlN-Multi Layer

Fine and tough micrograined substrate, excellent For medium to difficult milling
resistance to mechanical and thermal shock. operations in dry or wet
DASK25M © C2 K15-30 PVD-TiAlN-Multi Layer
conditions.

Fine and tough micrograined substrate, excellent For tough and difficult milling
resistance to mechanical and thermal shock, withstand operations.
D H K 425M © C2 M20-35 PVD-TiAlN-Heat-Resistant
high cutting temperatures.

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Technical Data
Milling
Finishing Medium Roughing
Wear Resistant<————————————————————————————————————————————————————>Toughness
Material
C3-4 C2-3 C2 C2 C1-2
K 05 K 15 K 25 K 35 K 45

Free Machining Alloy D K 10M


D K 25M
Aluminum Alloy

Magnesium Alloy D V K 10M

Milling Inserts
D V K 25M
Low Silicon <12.2%

High Silicon >12.2% DKT10M / DLX410M


DOX425M

Milling Insert Grade Selection Chart

Toolholder (Inch)
Application Cutting Condition Insert Grade Cutting Edge

Milling
Low Performance For Economic Milling Conditions
Finishing to Medium Medium SFM D K 10M D K 25M E-F
General Milling For General Milling Conditions
Finishing to Roughing Medium to High SFM D V K 10M DKT10M D V K 25M E
High Performance High Performance Choice Under Optimal Milling Conditions
Finishing to Roughing Low to High SFM D LX 410M DKT10M DOX425M E-F

Toolholder (Metric)
Milling Insert Grade Specification Chart

Milling
Insert Grade ANSI ISO Coating Grade Description First Choice
Uncoated fine micro-grained grade, with an exceptional For high speed machining and
C3-4 K05-15 Uncoated edge wear resistance and high strength, provides a good precision finishing.
©
D K 10M edge sharpness.

Uncoated micro-grained grade, with excellent abrasion For all around turning operations,
C2 K15-35 Uncoated resistance property for tough machining at medium speed. from medium to roughing.
©
D K 25M

Very fine and tough micrograin substrate, makes the best High speed milling operations.
insert for wear, abrasion resistance and for a good edge
D V K 10M © C3-4 K05-15 PVD-TiN
strength.

Ultra-fine and tough micrograin substrate, excellent For medium speed milling
resistance to mechanical and thermal shock. operations.
D V K 25M © C2 K15-35 PVD-TiN
Spare Parts

Ultra-fine and tough micrograined substrate, with a very From finishing to roughing.
Milling

hard coating and an extremely smooth surface for


D K T 10M © C3-4 K05-15 CVD-TiAlN
machining aluminum (<12.2% Si)

Ultra-fine and tough micrograined substrate, with a very From finishing to roughing.
hard coating and an extremely smooth surface for
D L X 410M © C3-4 K05-15 PVD-TiB2
machining aluminum (<12.2% Si)

A tough micrograined substrate, Compressive strain in For roughing turning aluminum


the layer protects the insert from cracking and gives (>12.2% Si)
DOX425M © C2 K20-35 PVD-AL203
extreme resistance to wear.

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Technical Data
Milling

Finishing Medium Roughing


Material Wear Resistant<————————————————————————————————————————————————————>Toughness
C3-4 C2-3 C2 C2 C1-2
Nonferrous Alloys K 05 K 15 K 25 K 35 K 45

Zirconium, Manganese D V K 10M


D V K 25M
Depleted Uranium
D A S K 10M
Tin Alloys, Lead Alloys, Cast D A S K 25M
Milling Inserts

DHK425M
Copper, Brass, Bronz e, Zinc
Toolholder (Inch)
Milling

Milling Insert Grade Selection Chart


Application Cutting Condition Insert Grade Cutting Edge

General Milling For General Milling Conditions


Medium to Roughing Interrupted Cut D V K 10M D V K 25M E
High Performance High Performance Choice Under Optimal Milling Conditions
Precision Finishing to Semi-Roughing Medium to High Speed D A S K 10M D A S K 25M DHK425M E
Toolholder (Metric)
Milling

Milling Insert Grade Specification Chart


Insert Grade ANSI ISO Coating Grade Description First Choice
Very fine and tough micrograin substrate, makes the best High speed milling operations.
insert for wear, abrasion resistance and for a good edge
D V K 10M © C3-4 K05-20 PVD-TiN
strength.

Ultra-fine and tough micrograin substrate, excellent For medium speed milling
resistance to mechanical and thermal shock. operations.
D V K 25M © C2 K15-35 PVD-TiN
Spare Parts

Very fine and tough micrograined substrate, makes the For high speed milling operations,
Milling

best insert for wear, abrasion resistance. in dry to wet or wet conditions.
DASK10M © C3-4 K05-15 PVD-TiAlN-Multi Layer

Fine and tough micrograined substrate, excellent For medium to difficult milling
resistance to mechanical and thermal shock. operations in dry or wet
DASK25M © C2 K15-30 PVD-TiAlN-Multi Layer
conditions.

Fine and tough micrograined substrate, excellent For tough and difficult milling
resistance to mechanical and thermal shock, withstand operations.
D H K 425M © C2 K20-35 PVD-TiAlN-Heat-Resistant
high cutting temperatures.

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Technical Data
Milling
Finishing Medium Roughing
Material
Wear Resistant<————————————————————————————————————————————————————>Toughness
C3-4 C2-3 C2 C2 C1-2
High Temper Alloy Cobalt Base
K 05 K 15 K 25 K 35 K 45

D V K 10M
High Temper Alloy Iron Base D V K 25M

D A S K 10M
D A S K 25M

Milling Inserts
High Temper Alloy Nickel Base DHK425M

Titanium and Titanium Alloy

Toolholder (Inch)
Milling Insert Grade Selection Chart

Milling
Application Cutting Condition Insert Grade Cutting Edge

General Milling For General Milling Conditions


Finishing to Medium Uneven Depth of Cut D V K 10M D V K 25M E

High Performance High Performance Choice Under Optimal Milling Conditions


Light to Heavy
Finishing to Heavy Roughing D A S K 10M D A S K 25M DHK425M E
Interrupted Cut

Toolholder (Metric)
Milling
Milling Insert Grade Specification Chart
Insert Grade ANSI ISO Coating Grade Description First Choice
Very fine and tough micrograin substrate, makes the best High speed milling operations.
insert for wear, abrasion resistance and for a good edge
D V K 10M © C3-4 K05-20 PVD-TiN
strength.

Ultra-fine and tough micrograin substrate, excellent For medium speed milling
resistance to mechanical and thermal shock. operations.
D V K 25M © C2 K15-30 PVD-TiN
Spare Parts

Very fine and tough micrograined substrate, makes the For high speed milling operations
Milling

best insert for wear, abrasion resistance. in dry to wet or wet conditions.
DASK10M © C3-4 K05-15 PVD-TiAlN-Multi Layer

Fine and tough micrograined substrate, excellent For medium to difficult milling
resistance to mechanical and thermal shock. operations in dry or wet
DASK25M © C2 K15-30 PVD-TiAlN-Multi Layer
conditions.

Fine and tough micrograined substrate, excellent For tough and difficult milling
resistance to mechanical and thermal shock, withstand operations.
D H K 425M © C2 K20-35 PVD-TiAlN-Heat-Resistant
high cutting temperatures.

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Technical Data

Milling Speeds and Feeds


Material Hardness Insert Chip Load per
Milling

Milling Cutting Speed Cutting


Material Tooth
Brinell Rockwell Application Grade Coating (fz)
(Vc) Conditions
Finishing<——> Roughing Fast<——————> Slow
Finish / Med. D V P 56M PVD TiN .002 .004 .008 875 785 690 Wet
Finish / Med. DHCP25M CVD ML .002 .004 .006 985 875 725 Wet
Roughing DHCP35M CVD ML .004 .007 .014 825 675 425 Wet
Low Carbon Steel and
< 220 < 19 Roughing DHCP40M CVD ML .004 .008 .016 675 555 325 Wet
Free Machining Steel
Finishing D A S P 20M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .006 1150 1090 1000 Wet-Dry
Medium D A S P 35M PVD TiAlN .003 .005 .009 1000 970 920 Wet-Dry
Roughing DHP435M PVD TiAlN .004 .008 .016 925 825 625 Wet-Dry
Finish / Med. D V P 56M PVD TiN .002 .004 .008 875 690 690 Wet
Finish / Med. DHCP25M CVD ML .002 .004 .006 985 750 725 Wet
Milling Inserts

Roughing DHCP35M CVD ML .004 .007 .014 875 575 425 Wet
Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel
135 - 330 < 35 Roughing DHCP40M CVD ML .004 .008 .016 675 475 325 Wet
and Tool Steel < 35 HRC
Finishing D A S P 20M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .006 925 575 625 Wet-Dry
Medium D A S P 35M PVD TiAlN .003 .005 .009 850 575 590 Wet-Dry
Roughing DHP435M PVD TiAlN .004 .008 .016 875 575 435 Wet-Dry
Finish / Med. D V P 56M PVD TiN .002 .004 .008 590 425 270 Wet
Finish / Med. DHCP25M CVD ML .002 .004 .006 625 475 295 Wet
Roughing DHCP35M CVD ML .003 .009 .012 490 345 220 Wet
Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel
340 - 450 36 - 48 Roughing DHCP40M CVD ML .003 .007 .014 425 325 190 Wet
and Tool Steel > 35 HRC
Finishing D A S P 20M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .006 625 475 390 Wet-Dry
Medium D A S P 35M PVD TiAlN .003 .006 .009 525 425 230 Wet-Dry
Roughing DHP435M PVD TiAlN .003 .006 .012 425 375 180 Wet-Dry
Finish / Med. D V P 56M PVD TiN .002 .004 .008 750 460 220 Wet
Toolholder (Inch)

Finish / Med. DHCP25M CVD ML .001 .002 .004 850 475 325 Wet
Roughing DHCP35M CVD ML .003 .005 .010 600 325 150 Wet
Milling

Martensitic - Ferritic, 400 Series,


135 - 450 < 48 Roughing DHCP40M CVD ML .003 .007 .014 425 325 190 Wet
and PH Stainless Steel
Finishing D A S P 20M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .006 625 475 390 Wet-Dry
Medium D A S P 35M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .008 775 480 225 Wet-Dry
Roughing DHP435M PVD TiAlN .003 .006 .009 625 390 180 Wet-Dry

Finishing D V K 10M PVD TiN .001 .003 .005 975 675 400 Wet
Finish / Med. D V K 25M PVD TiN .003 .006 .009 780 640 280 Wet
Finish / Med. DHCP25M CVD ML .002 .004 .006 625 520 295 Wet
Stainless Steel Roughing DHCP35M CVD ML .004 .008 .012 620 475 180 Wet
135 - 275 < 28
Austenitic 200 and 300 Series Roughing DHCP40M CVD ML .003 .007 .014 425 325 190 Wet
Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .001 .003 .005 1375 1125 400 Wet-Dry
Toolholder (Metric)

Medium D A S K 25M PVD TiAlN .003 .006 .009 1075 875 350 Wet-Dry
Roughing DHK425M PVD TiAlN .003 .007 .014 825 685 300 Wet-Dry
Milling

Medium DSNC1 Ceramic .003 .003 .005 4000 3000 2000 Wet
Finishing D K 10M Uncoated .002 .006 .009 600 450 300 Wet
Roughing D K 25M Uncoated .004 .004 .006 480 330 180 Wet
Gray Cast Iron Finish / Med. D V K 10M PVD TiN .002 .008 .012 980 660 360 Wet
120 - 320 < 32
135 - 270 BHN Finish / Med. D V K 25M PVD TiN .003 .007 .014 775 525 260 Wet
Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .001 .003 .005 1375 1125 400 Wet-Dry
Medium D A S K 25M PVD TiAlN .003 .006 .009 1075 875 350 Wet-Dry
Roughing DHK425M PVD TiAlN .003 .007 .014 825 685 300 Wet-Dry
Medium DSNC1 Ceramic .003 .003 .005 4000 3000 2000 Wet
Gray Cast Iron Finishing D K 10M Uncoated .002 .006 .009 600 450 300 Wet
275 - 450 BHN Roughing D K 25M Uncoated .004 .004 .006 480 330 180 Wet
Finish / Med. D V K 10M PVD TiN .002 .008 .012 980 660 360 Wet
275 - 450 > 32
Spare Parts

Finish / Med. D V K 25M PVD TiN .003 .007 .014 775 525 260 Wet
Milling

Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .001 .003 .005 1375 1125 400 Wet-Dry
Ductile Cast Iron
Medium D A S K 25M PVD TiAlN .003 .006 .009 1075 875 350 Wet-Dry
Roughing DHK425M PVD TiAlN .003 .007 .014 825 685 300 Wet-Dry

• Note: Information provided in this chart is to be used as a starting point only and may need to be adjusted to accommodate actual working conditions.

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Technical Data
Milling Speeds and Feeds
Material Hardness Insert Chip Load per

Milling
Milling Cutting Speed Cutting
Material Tooth
Brinell Rockwell Application Grade Coating (fz)
(Vc) Conditions
Finishing<——> Roughing Fast<——————> Slow
Finishing D K 10M Uncoated .002 .004 .008 2000 1750 1000 Wet
Free Machining Aluminum,
Finishing D K 25M Uncoated .004 .008 .018 1500 1250 750 Wet
Low Silicon Aluminum < 12.2%, 50 - 150 -
Roughing D LX 410 PVD TiB2 .002 .004 .008 3000 2250 1250 Wet - Dry
Magnesium 50 - 90 BHN
Roughing D V K 25M PVD TiN .004 .008 .012 2500 2000 1000 Wet
Finishing D LX 410 PVD TiB2 .002 .004 .008 450 250 150 Wet
High Silicon Aluminum Alloy
50 - 150 - Medium DOX425 PVD Al2O3 .004 .008 .020 650 400 250 Wet - Dry
> 12.2%
Roughing D V K 25M PVD TiN .004 .008 .012 350 150 100 Wet
Finishing D K 10M Uncoated .002 .004 .008 1075 750 275 Wet
Roughing D K 25M Uncoated .004 .008 .018 975 550 180 Wet

Milling Inserts
Copper, Brass, Bronze, Zinc, Finish / Med. D V K 10M PVD TiN .002 .004 .006 1275 800 360 Wet
Lead Alloys, 50 - 150 - Finish / Med. D V K 25M PVD TiN .004 .008 .018 1075 525 260 Wet
Magnesium 90 - 150 BHN Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .006 1450 900 550 Wet - Dry
Medium D A S K 25M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .008 1200 800 375 Wet - Dry
Roughing DHK425M PVD TiAlN .004 .008 .016 1025 750 280 Wet - Dry
Finish / Med. D V K 10M PVD TiN .002 .004 .006 1275 800 360 Wet
Carbon and Graphite
Finish / Med. D V K 25M PVD TiN .004 .008 .018 1075 525 260 Wet
270 - 400 BHN
50 - 150 - Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .006 1450 900 550 Wet - Dry
Nylon, Plastics, Rubbers,
Medium D A S K 25M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .008 1200 800 375 Wet - Dry
Phenolics, and Resins
Roughing DHK425M PVD TiAlN .004 .008 .016 1025 750 280 Wet - Dry

Cobalt Base High Temper Alloys Finishing D V K 10M PVD TiN .001 .003 .004 130 60 20 Wet

Toolholder (Inch)
Bar: AiResist 213, Haynes 25, (L605),
Roughing D V K 25M PVD TiN .002 .004 .008 100 50 10 Wet
Haynes 188, J-1570, Stellite 150 - 425 < 45 Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .001 .003 .004 190 120 30 Wet - Dry

Milling
Medium D A S K 25M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .007 160 90 20 Wet - Dry
Cast: AiResist 13, Haynes 21, Mar-M302,
Mar-509, Nasa CO-W-Re, Wl-52
Roughing DHK425M PVD TiAlN .002 .005 .009 120 60 20 Wet - Dry
Iron Base High Temper Alloys

Discaloy, Incoloy 801, N-155, 16-25-6 Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .002 .003 .005 500 310 100 Dry - Wet
135 - 320 < 32 Medium D A S K 25M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .008 425 260 80 Dry - Wet
ASTM: A297 HC, 351HK-30, 40, HT30
HD, HE, HK, HP Roughing DHK425M PVD TiAlN .002 .005 .010 300 140 60 Dry - Wet

ASTM: A608, HD50, HF30, HN40


Nickel Base High Temper Alloys
Finishing D V K 10M PVD TiN .002 .003 .005 375 100 80 Wet
Roughing D V K 25M PVD TiN .002 .004 .008 260 80 60 Wet

Toolholder (Metric)
Annealed or solution-treated Hastelloy B,
C-276, Monel K500, Nickel 200, 140 - 300 < 30 Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .002 .003 .005 500 280 140 Wet - Dry
Waspaloy, Inconel 601, 617, 718, Medium D A S K 25M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .008 400 225 120 Wet - Dry
X-750, 901
Roughing DHK425M PVD TiAlN .002 .005 .010 375 120 100 Wet - Dry

Milling
Nickel Base High Temper Alloys Finishing D V K 10M PVD TiN .002 .003 .005 180 80 60 Wet
Annealed or solution-treated Hastelloy C
Roughing D V K 25M PVD TiN .002 .004 .008 140 60 40 Wet
300 - 475 32 - 50 Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .002 .003 .005 260 180 80 Wet - Dry
ASTM: A297, IN100, Nimonic 80A, Medium D A S K 25M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .008 240 120 50 Wet - Dry
Waspaloy, Udimet 700, Inconel 718,
X-750, MA6000
Roughing DHK425M PVD TiAlN .002 .005 .010 200 80 50 Wet - Dry
Titanium and Titanium Alloys Finishing D V K 10M PVD TiN .002 .003 .006 440 120 60 Wet
Roughing D V K 25M PVD TiN .002 .004 .008 300 100 40 Wet
Ti 98.8, Ti 99.9, Ti 5A12.5Sn, Ti-6AI-4V, 100 - 475 < 48 Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .002 .003 .006 600 320 80 Wet - Dry
Ti 612Sn-4Zr-2Mo,
Ti3Al-8V-6Cr-4M0-4Zr, Medium D A S K 25M PVD TiAlN .002 .004 .008 480 240 60 Wet - Dry
Ti10V-2F-3Al, Ti-13V-11Cr-3Al Roughing DHK425M PVD TiAlN .002 .005 .010 380 160 50 Wet - Dry
Spare Parts

Hardened Steel and


Milling

Hardened Iron

Bearing Steel, Hot and Cold Tool Steel, 450 - 750 48 - 65 Finishing D A S K 10M PVD TiAlN .001 .002 .004 600 320 80 Wet - Dry
High-Speed Steel, Die Steel,
Case Hardened Steel, Hard Coatings,
Carburized and Nitrided Steel

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Insert Trouble Shooting


Technical Data

Type of Failure C au se Solution


Milling

• Increase feed
• Cutting speed too high
Edge Wear • Reduce speed
• Insufficient wear resistance
• Use insert with more wear resistant grade

• Reduce speed
Thermal • Intermittent machining
Milling Inserts

• Reduce feed
Cracking • Varying coolant supply
• Apply coolant at a constant rate

• Change edge preparation


• Excessive load
• Check rigidity of the insert
Chipping • Cutting speed too high
• Reduce speed
• Insufficient wear resistance
• Use insert with more wear resistant grade
Toolholder (Inch)

• Cutting temperature too low • Increase speed


Milling

Built-up
• Low cutting speed • Increase feed
E dge
• Negative cutting geometry • Use coolant

• Excessive load • Change lead angle


Depth of Cut
• Cutting speed too high • Use different grade
Notching
• Insufficient wear resistance • Adjust feed rate
Toolholder (Metric)
Milling

• Reduce speed
H eat • Cutting temperature too high
• Reduce feed
Deformation • Pressure too high
• Reduce depth of cut

• Reduce speed
• Cutting temperatures on the
Crater • Reduce feed
insert rake face too high
• Use coolant
Spare Parts
Milling

• Reduce depth of cut


• Grade too brittle
• Reduce speed
Insert • Excessive load
• Reduce feed
Breakage • Weak insert geometry
• Check rigidity of the insert
• Insert too small
• Use stronger insert geometry

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Milling Insert Index

V
Insert Identification System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pages E-36 to E-37

Technical Data
C E
D

Milling
L

Anatomy of the Milling Insert Body

Milling Inserts
Toolholder (Inch)
Milling Inserts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pages E-38 to E-41

Milling
Molded Chipbreaker
• Dorian’s molded chipbreaker inserts are
The First Choice for general milling
applications. Of fering a vast spectrum of
chipbreakers and geometries, we have the
insert for any milling application.

Toolholder (Metric)
High Positive Chipbreaker

Milling
• Dorian’s high positve chipbreaker inserts
are The First Choice for specific high
precision milling applications performed on
steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and high
temper alloy.

Special Chipbreaker
Spare Parts

• Dorian’s special chipbreaker inserts are


Milling

The First Choice for specialty operations


such as radius, concave, and convex.

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Insert Identification System

A - Without chip-
A - 85° Parallelogram
breaker, with hole R
B - Countersink on
Technical Data

one side, with hole


F - Chipbreaker on both
Milling

C - 80° Diamond
sides, without hole
I.C. T
G - Chipbreaker on both (I.C.) shown in 1/32 (T) shown in 1/32 inch (R) shown in
sides, with hole inch increments on increments on inserts 1/64 inch
O - Octagon inserts less than 1/4 less than 1/4 inch I.C. increments
H - Chipbreaker & 70°-
inch I.C.
90° countersink on
(T) shown in 1/16 inch 0 = 1/128
one sides, with hole
(I.C.) shown in 1/8 inch increments on inserts 1/4 1 = 1/64
increments on inserts inch and over 2 = 1/32
M - Chipbreaker on one
R - Round 1/4 inch and over 3 = 3/64
side, with hole
2 = 1/16 3 = 3/16 4 = 1/16
5 = 5/32 5 = 5/8 1.5 = 3/32 4 = 1/4 5 = 5/64
N - Without Chipbreaker,
2 = 1/4 6 = 3/4 2 = 1/8 5 = 5/16 6 = 3/32
without hole
3 = 3/8 8 = 1.0 2.5 = 5/32 6 = 3/8 8 = 1/8
Milling Inserts

S - Square 4 = 1/2
R - Chipbreaker on one
side, without hole
If the insert does not have
a radius, omit this
T - ISO countersink &
chipbreaker on one
T - Triangle
sides, with hole
5 - Insert I.C. Size 6 - Insert Thickness 7 - Insert Radius
W - ISO countersink on
one side, with hole

1 - Insert Shape 4 - Insert Type


A.N.S.I. (American National Standards Institute)

4 3 3
Toolholder (Inch)

S E H W
Milling

5 6 7

22 04 12
1 2 3 4

I.S.O. (International Standards Organization)


2 - Insert Clearance Angle 3 - Insert Tolerance

A - 3° Pos. F - 25° Pos. M


Toolholder (Metric)

M 6 - Insert Thickness 7 - Insert Radius


S 5 - Insert Cutting Edge Length
3° 25°
R
Milling

I.C. I.C. T V
O C E
D
B - 5° Pos. G - 30° Pos.
M M L L
5° 30°
S

R S
I.C. I.C. I.C.
T (R) shown in 1/10 mm
C - 7° Pos. N - 0° Neg. L
increments
L
I.C. M T
0° A = .0010 .0002 .0010 (T) shown in 1 mm Metric Inch

F = .0005 .0002 .0010 increments, single 00 = Sharp Point
W 02 = 0,2mm 1/128
C = .0010 .0005 .0010 T integers are to be
preceded by a 0 04 = 0,4mm 1/64
H = .0005 .0005 .0001
L L 08 = 0,8mm 1/32
D - 15° Pos. P - 11° Pos. E = .0010 .0010 .0010
10 = 1,0mm 5/128
Spare Parts

G = .0010 .0010 .0050 I.C. Cutting Edge Length By Shape (mm)


Metric Inch
01 = 1,59mm 1/16 12 = 1,2mm 3/64
Milling

J = .002-.006 .0002 .0010 designated using insert shape symbol


16 = 1,6mm 1/16
15° 11° K = .002-.006 .0005 .0010 T1 = 1,98mm 5/64
Inch Metric C D O R S T V W 02 = 2,38mm 3/32 24 = 2,4mm 3/32
L = .002-.006 .0010 .0010 32 = 3,2mm 1/8
M = .002-.006 .003-.008 .0050 03 = 3,18mm 1/8
5/32 03,97 — — — — — 06 — — T3 = 3,97mm 5/32 00 = Round insert inch
N = .002-.006 .003-.008 .0010 1/4 06,35 06 07 — — — 11 11 04 M0 = Round insert
E - 20° Pos. T - 10° Pos. 04 = 4,76mm 3/16
U = .003-.010 .005-.015 .0050 3/8 09,53 09 11 — 09 09 16 16 06 metric
1/2 12,70 12 15 05 12 12 22 22 08 06 = 6,34mm 1/4
5/8 15,88 16 19 — 15 15 27 — — 07 = 7,94mm 5/16 If the insert does not have
20° 10° Exact tolerance is determined
3/4 19,05 — — — 19 19 33 — — 09 = 9,52mm 3/8 a radius, omit this section.
by the shape and size of the 1.0 25,40 — — — — 25 — — —

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Insert Identification System

L - Left Hand
Honed Edge
Honed edge gives the insert a stronger

Technical Data
edge allowing for a heavier cut whereas
Relief
E a sharp edge might chip.

Milling
Angle
Semi-finishing
D - 15° Positive G - 30° Positive
to light roughing

N - Neutral
30°
15°

E - 20° Positive N - 0° Negative

Milling Inserts
20°

Sharp Edge
F - 25° Positive P - 11° Positive R - Right Hand
Sharp edge gives the insert a precise
edge allowing for finishing cuts. Sharp
edge is also good for cutting aluminum

25°
11°
F and high temper alloys.
Finishing to
semi-finishing
9 - Relief Angle 11 - Cutting Direction

Toolholder (Inch)
A F E N

Milling
8 9 10 11
Chamfered & Honed
Negative land helps protect the edge
from chipping and redistributes the
pressure and force of the cutting
8 - Lead Angle 10 - Cutting Edge application into the body of the insert.

S Tough applications can make the sharp


A - 45° E - Honed junctions chip where the chamfer and
insert body meet. A very strong insert

Toolholder (Metric)
(Rounded)
edge is obtained by honing the edges
45°
along with a chamfer.

Milling
Heavy roughing
D - 30°
F - Sharp
30°

E - 15°
15° S - Chamfered
& Honed
Chamfered (Negative Land)
Negative land helps protect the edge
Spare Parts

P - 0° from chipping and redistributes the


Milling

T pressure and force of the cutting


application into the body of the insert.
90°
T - Chamfered Semi-roughing
(Neg. Land)
to heavy roughing

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Insert Index

Chipbreaker Material
Insert Insert Specifications Application P ag e
Geometry Application
Technical Data

• Precision molded I.C. • For high performance milling applications


• Positive molded chipbreaker • For general purpose milling operations
Milling

APKT • Sharp and honed cutting edge • From roughing to finishing operations
E-42 to E-43
• 11° relief angle • Medium to high cutting speeds
11° • ISO screw hole • High rate material removal
• (2) two cutting edges • Good surface finish

• Precision molded I.C. • For high performance milling applications


• Positive serrated chipbreaker • For roughing operations
• Honed cutting edge • High rate material removal
APKX E-42 to E-43
• 11° relief angle • High surface feed
11° • ISO screw hole • Medium cutting speeds
• (2) two cutting edges • Good surface finish

• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance milling applications


• Ground chipbreaker • For high precision milling operations
Milling Inserts

APHX • High positive rake angle • From light roughing to finishing operations
• 11° relief angle • High rate material removal E-44 to E-45
11° • ISO screw hole • High cutting speeds
• (2) two cutting edges • Low cutting force

• Precision ground I.C. • For high performance milling applications


• High positive rake angle • For high precision milling operations
APHX1 • Sharp and honed cutting edge • From light roughing to finishing operations
• 11° relief angle • High cutting speeds E-44 to E-45
11° • ISO screw hole • Low cutting force
• (2) two cutting edges

• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance milling applications


• Negative rake angle • From roughing to finishing operations
APHW • Honed cutting edge • Low, medium and high cutting speeds
E-46 to E-49
• 11° relief angle • High rate material removal
Toolholder (Inch)

11° • ISO screw hole • Good surface finish


• (2) two cutting edges
Milling

• All surfaces precision ground • For special milling operations


• From 1/64” to 3/16” nose radius • For concave radius milling operations
APHW • Honed cutting edge • Low, medium and high cutting speeds
• 11° relief angle • High rate material removal E-46 to E-49
(Rad.)
11° • ISO screw hole • Good surface finish
• (2) two cutting edges

• All surfaces precision ground • For general purpose operations


• Negative rake angle • Light roughing to finishing operations
SDGW • Honed cutting edge • Medium cutting speeds
• 15° relief angle • Good surface finish
E-50 to E-51
SDHW
15° • Screw lock hole
• (4) four cutting edges
Toolholder (Metric)

• Precision molded I.C. • For general purpose operations


• Positive molded chipbreaker • Light roughing to finishing operations
Milling

• Honed cutting edge • Medium cutting speeds


SDLX • ISO screw hole • Good surface finish E-50 to E-51
15° • 15° relief angle • Low cutting force
• (4) four cutting edges

• All surfaces precision ground • For special operations


• From 1/64” to 1/4” convex radius • Convex radius milling
• Honed cutting edge • Light roughing to finishing operations
SDGX • 15° relief angle • Medium cutting speeds E-52 to E-53
15° • ISO screw hole • Good surface finish
• (2, 4) two and four cutting edges
• Precision molded I.C. • For high performance applications
• High positive molded • For medium to finshing operations
chipbreaker • High rate material removal
SEKT • Honed cutting edge • High cutting feeds and speeds E-54 to E-55
Spare Parts

• 20° relief angle • Low cutting force


20°
• ISO screw hole
Milling

• (4) four cutting edges

• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance applications


• High positive polished • For high precision operations
chipbreaker • Light roughing to finishing operations
SEHX E-54 to E-55
• 20° relief angle • High rate material removal
20° • ISO screw hole • High cutting feeds and speeds
• (4) four cutting edges • Low cutting force

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Insert Index

Chipbreaker Material
Insert Insert Specifications Application P ag e
Geometry Application

Technical Data
• Precision molded I.C. • For high performance applications
• Positive molded chipbreaker • Heavy duty roughing applications

Milling
SELT • Honed cutting edge • For tough and difficult operations
E-54 to E-55
• 20° relief angle • Medium cutting speeds
20° • ISO screw hole • High rate material removal
• (4) four cutting edges • Good surface finish

• Precision ground I.C. • For high performance applications


• Positive molded chipbreaker • For tough and difficult operations
• Chamfered / Honed cutting edge • For forgings and castings
SEHT E-56 to E-57
• 20° relief angle • Heavy duty roughing applications
20° • ISO screw hole • High rate material removal
• (4) four cutting edges • Medium cutting speeds

• All surfaces precision ground • For general purpose operations


• Negative rake angle • From roughing to finishing operations

Milling Inserts
• Chamfered / Honed cutting edge • For tough and difficult operations
SEHW E-56 to E-57
• 20° relief angle • High rate material removal
20° • ISO screw hole • Medium to high cutting speeds
• (4) four cutting edges • Good surface finish

• Precision molded I.C. • For high performance applications


• Chamfered / Honed cutting edge • For high production operations
OEMT- • 20° relief angle • From medium to finishing operations
• ISO screw hole • High rate material removal E-56 to E-57
SN
20° • (8) eight cutting edges • High cutting feeds and speeds
• Low cutting force

• Precision ground I.C. • For high performance applications


• Molded positive chipbreaker • For high production operations
OEET- • Honed cutting edge • From medium to finishing operations
E-56 to E-57

Toolholder (Inch)
EN • 20° relief angle • High rate material removal
20° • ISO screw hole • High cutting feeds and speeds
• (8) eight cutting edges • Low cutting force

Milling
• Precision ground I.C. • For high performance applications
• High positive polished • For high production operations
OEET- chipbreaker • From light roughing to finishing operations
FN • Sharp cutting edge • High rate material removal E-56 to E-57
• 20° relief angle • High cutting speeds
20°
• ISO screw hole • Low cutting force
• (8) eight cutting edges
• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance applications
• Negative rake angle • For high production operations
• Honed cutting edge • From medium to finishing operations
OEEW E-56 to E-57
• 20° relief angle • High rate material removal
20° • ISO screw hole • Medium to high cutting speeds
• (8) eight cutting edges

Toolholder (Metric)
• Precision molded I.C. • For high performance applications
• Positive molded chipbreaker • For high production operations

Milling
REMX • Chamfered / Honed cutting edge • From medium to finishing operations
• 20° relief angle • High cutting speeds E-58 to E-59
20° • ISO screw hole • Low cutting force
• Multi-cutting edge

• All surfaces precision ground • For general purpose applications


• Negative rake angle • From roughing to finishing operations
RDHW • Chamfered / Honed cutting edge • For tough and difficult operations
• 20° relief angle • High rate material removal
E-58 to E-61
15° • ISO screw hole • Medium to high cutting speeds
• Multi-cutting edge • Good surface finish

• Precision molded I.C. • For general purpose applications


• Positive molded chipbreaker • From roughing to finishing operations
RDET / • Chamfered / Honed cutting edge • High rate material removal
• 15° relief angle • High cutting feeds and speeds E-60 to E-61
Spare Parts

EX 15° • ISO screw hole • Good surface finish


Milling

• Multi-cutting edge

• Precision molded I.C. • For general purpose applications


• Positive molded chipbreaker • From roughing to finishing operations
RPET • Chamfered / Honed cutting edge • High rate material removal
E-62 to E-63
• 11° relief angle • High cutting feeds and speeds
11°
• ISO screw hole • Good surface finish
• Multi-cutting edge

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Insert Index

Chipbreaker Material
Insert Insert Specifications Application P ag e
Geometry Application
Technical Data

• Precision ground I.C. • For high performance applications


• Positive molded chipbreaker • For high precision operations
Milling

RPGT • Honed / Sharp cutting edge • From medium to finishing operations


• 11° relief angle • High rate material removal E-62 to E-65
RPMT
11° • ISO screw hole • High cutting feeds and speeds
• Multi-cutting edge • Low cutting force

• All surfaces precision molded • For high performance applications


• Positive molded chipbreaker • For high production operations
• Chamfered and honed cutting edge • From medium to finishing operations
RPMX • 11° relief angle • High cutting speeds E-64 to E-65
• ISO screw hole • Low cutting force
• Multi-cutting edge
• All surfaces precision ground • For general purpose applications
• Negative rake angle • From roughing to finishing operations
• Chamfered / Honed cutting edge • For tough and difficult operations
RPMW
Milling Inserts

• 11° relief angle • High rate material removal


E-64 to E-65
11°
• ISO screw hole • Medium to high cutting speeds
• Multi-cutting edge • Good surface finish

• All surfaces precision ground • For special applications


• Positive and negative rake angle • Copy milling operations
KW_-_ • Sharp and honed cutting edges • For finishing operations E-66 to E-67
• 7° relief angle • High rate material removal
• (1) one cutting edge • Medium to high cutting speeds
• Good surface finish
• All surfaces precision ground • For special applications
• Negative rake angle • For dovetail operations
45° • Honed cutting edges • From medium to finishing operations
• 15° relief angle • Medium to high cutting speeds E-70 to E-71
TDEX 11°
• ISO screw hole • Good surface finish
• (3) three cutting edges
Toolholder (Inch)

• All surfaces precision ground • For special applications


• Negative rake angle • Copy milling operations
Milling

60° • Honed cutting edges • For finishing operations


TDEX • 15° relief angle • High rate material removal E-68 to E-69
15° 15°
• ISO screw hole • Medium to high cutting speeds
• (3) three cutting edges • Good surface finish
• All surfaces precision ground • For high precision operations
• Honed cutting edges • From medium to finishing operations
• 7° relief angle • Medium rate of material removal
TCGT • ISO screw hole • Good surface finish E-72 to E-73
7° • Multi-cutting edges • Low cutting force
• (3) three cutting edges
• Precision molded I.C. • General purpose operations
• Positive molded chipbreaker • From medium to finishing operations
Toolholder (Metric)

TCMT- • Chamfered / Honed cutting edge • Medium cutting speeds


• 7° relief angle E-72 to E-73
SN
7° • ISO screw hole
• (3) three cutting edges
Milling

• Precision molded I.C. • For high performance applications


• Positive molded chipbreaker • For high precision operations
TCMT- • Honed cutting edge • High rate material removal
• 7° relief angle • Medium to high cutting speeds
E-72 to E-73
UR
7° • ISO screw hole • Good surface finish
• (3) three cutting edges • Low cutting force
• All surfaces precision ground • Finishing operations
• Positive molded chipbreaker • Medium to high cutting speeds and feeds
• Honed cutting edge • Good surface finish
TDGH • 15° relief angle • Low cutting force
E-72 to E-73

15°
• ISO screw hole
• (3) three cutting edges
• All surfaces precision ground • For high precision applications
• Positive molded chipbreaker • From medium to finishing operations
Spare Parts

• Honed cutting edge • Medium rate material removal


Milling

TPHT • 11° relief angle • Good surface finish E-72 to E-73


• ISO screw hole • Low cutting force
11°
• (3) three cutting edges

• Precision molded I.C. • For high performance applications


• Positive molded chipbreaker • For high precision operations
WCMT- • Honed cutting edge • High rate material removal
• 7° relief angle • Medium to high cutting speeds E-72 to E-73
UR
7° • ISO screw hole • Good surface finish
• (3) three cutting edges • Low cutting force

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Insert Index

Chipbreaker Material
Insert Insert Specifications Application P ag e
Geometry Application

Technical Data
• Precision ground I.C. • For high performance applications
• High positive rake angle • For high precision operations

Milling
• Ultra smooth insert surface • From roughing to finishing operations
TCGT • 7° relief angle • High rate material removal
E-74 to E-75
7° • ISO screw hole • High cutting speeds
• (2) two cutting edges • Low cutting force
• Precision ground I.C. • For high performance applications
• High positive rake angle • For high precision operations
VCGT • Ultra smooth insert surface • From light roughing to finishing operations
• 7° or 11° relief angle • High rate material removal E-74 to E-75
VPGT
• ISO screw hole • High cutting speeds
• (2) two cutting edges • Low cutting force

• Precision ground I.C. • For high performance applications


• High positive rake angle • For high precision operations
• Ultra smooth insert surface • From roughing to finishing operations
WCGT

Milling Inserts
• 11° relief angle • High rate material removal E-74 to E-75
7° • ISO screw hole • High cutting speeds
• (2) two cutting edges • Low cutting force

• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance applications


• Positive rake angle • For high precision operations
• Honed cutting edges • From medium roughing to finishing operations
CEHW E-76 to E-77
• 20° relief angle • Medium to high cutting speeds
20° • ISO screw hole • Good surface finish
• (2) two cutting edges • Low cutting force

• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance applications


• Positive rake angle • For high precision operations
• Honed cutting edges • From medium roughing to finishing operations
TEHW • 20° relief angle • Medium to high cutting speeds
E-76 to E-77
20° • ISO screw hole • Good surface finish
• (2) two cutting edges • Low cutting force

Toolholder (Inch)
• Precision ground I.C. • For high performance applications
• Positive molded chipbreaker • For high production operations

Milling
• Honed cutting edges • From roughing to finishing operations
SDMT • 15° relief angle • High rate material removal
E-78 to E-79
15° • ISO screw hole • High cutting speeds
• (4) four cutting edges • Low cutting force

• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance applications


• Negative rake angle • From roughing to finishing operations
• Multi. prep. cutting edge • For high production operations
SEKN E-78 to E-79
• 20° relief angle • For forgings and castings
20° • Wiper cutting edge • High rate material removal
• (4) four cutting edges • High cutting speeds
• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance applications
• Positive molded chipbreaker • From roughing to finishing operations

Toolholder (Metric)
• Multi prep. cutting edge • For high production operations
SEKR • 20° relief angle • For forgings and castings E-80 to E-81
20° • Wiper cutting edge • High rate material removal
• (4) four cutting edges • High cutting speeds

Milling
• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance applications
• Negative rake angle • From roughing to finishing operations
SPKN • Multi. prep. cutting edge • For high production operations
• 11° relief angle • For forgings and castings
E-80 to E-81
11° • Wiper cutting edge • High rate material removal
• (4) four cutting edges • High cutting speeds

• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance applications


• Negative rake angle • From roughing to finishing operations
TPKN • Multi. prep. cutting edge • For high production operations
• 11° relief angle • For forgings and castings E-82 to E-83
11°
• Wiper cutting edge • High rate material removal
• (3) three cutting edges • High cutting speeds

• All surfaces precision ground • For high performance applications


Spare Parts

• Positive molded chipbreaker • From roughing to finishing operations


• Sharp and honed cutting edge • For high production operations
Milling

TNKF E-82 to E-83


• 0° relief angle • For forgings and castings
0° • Wiper cutting edge • High rate material removal
• (3) three cutting edges • High cutting speeds

• All surfaces precision ground • For special applications


• Positive rake angle • For high performance applications
• Positive chipbreaker • For high production operations
SNHX E-84 to E-85
0° • Honed cutting edge • High rate material removal
• 0° relief angle • High cutting speeds
• (4) four cutting edges • Low cutting speeds

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APK_ Positive 85° Parallelogram Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style
Grade Coating Insert Data
Geometry
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.

APKT-1003- PDFR APKT-1003-PDFR


APKT-1003-PDFR D K 10M C3 M10 / K10 Uncoated .263 .410 .1370 .019 .110  

APKT-1003-PDFR D A S K 10M C3-8 M10 / K10 PVD TiAlN ML  

APKT-1003-PDFR D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

APKT-1003-PDER
Milling Inserts

APKT-1003-PDER APKT-1003-PDER D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .263 .410 .1370 .019 .110  

APKT-1003-PDER D P 35M C5 P35 / M30 Uncoated  

APKT-1003-PDER DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

APKT-1003-PDER D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML   

APKT-1003-PDER D A S P 35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD TiAlN ML  

APKT-1604-PDER
APKT-1604-PDER APKT-1604-PDER D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .031 .173   

APKT-1604-PDER D P 35M C5 P35 / M30 Uncoated  


Toolholder (Inch)

APKT-1604-PDER DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

APKT-1604-PDER D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML   


Milling

APKT-1604-PDER D A S P 35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD TiAlN ML  

APKX-1604-PDR APKX-1604-PDER
APKX-1604-PDER DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML .375 .625 .1875 .031 .173  

APKX-1604-PDER D A S P 35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD TiAlN ML  

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice


Toolholder (Metric)

The AP__ Family: For Any Material Or Application


Milling

APKX APKT APHW APHX APHW-RAD


(Roughing) (General) (Cast Iron) (Aluminum) (Radius)

APKT Positive Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!!
Spare Parts

For optimum results, select  - First Choice All Around


Milling

Uncoated Economy <—— Wear Resistance — High Peformance — Toughness ——>


the milling insert grade  - Alternative Choice Performance
according to: Cutting Speed Low Medium High High High
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material
Material D K 10M D K 25M D P 35M D H C P 25M DASK10M DASK25M DASP35M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel   
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel     
• Insert geometry Cast Iron   
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum 
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy    

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E-42
®

APK_ Positive 85° Parallelogram Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

15°, 30°, 45°, 75° .008 .003


Finishing Ground / Polished Positive Sharp Right
& 90° 1000 100
.005 .003

F
F
1125 180
.004
2250
11°

Milling Inserts
Finishing to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75° .008 .004
Ground Positive H o n ed Right
Roughing & 90° 330 80
.008 .008
310 310
F
M .007 .008
R 675 475
RADIUS
.006 .006 .004
20° 875 875 120
HOLE
.005 .004
970 480

Finishing to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75° .004 .008 .004


Ground Positive H o n ed Right
Roughing & 90° I.C. 425 330 80
THICK
.008 .008
310 310

Toolholder (Inch)
F
M .007 .008
R 675 475
.006 .006 .004

Milling
875 875 120
.005 .004
970 480

15°, 30°, 45°, 75° .007 .008


Roughing Ground Positive H o n ed Right
& 90° 675 475
.005 .004
970 480

Toolholder (Metric)
* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:
Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.

Milling
Tooling Page References
Pages: E-110 to E-111 /
Pages: E-112 / E-154 Page: E-113 Page: E-114 Page: E-115 Pages: E-116 / E-155
E-152 to E-153
Spare Parts
Milling

High Postive 90° Extended 90° High Positive 15° High Positive 30° High Positive 45° High Positive 75°
End Mill End Mill Face Mill Face Mill Face Mill Face Mill

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E-43
®

APHX Positive 85° Parallelogram Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.

APHX-1003-PDFR
APHX-1003-PDFR APHX-1003-PDFR D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .263 .410 .1370 .019 .110  

APHX-1003-PDFR D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN   

APHX-1003-PDFR D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML  

APHX-1003-PDFR D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

APHX-1604-PDFR
Milling Inserts

APHX-1604-PDFR
APHX-1604-PDFR D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .031 .173  

APHX-1604-PDFR D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN   

APHX-1604-PDFR D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML  

APHX-1604-PDFR D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

APHX-160416-PDFR
APHX-160416-PDFR APHX-160416-PDFR D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .062 .173 

APHX-160416-PDFR D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN 


Toolholder (Inch)

APHX-160416-PDFR D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 


Milling

APHX1-1604-PDER
APHX1-1604-PDER D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .031 .173  

APHX1-1604-PDER DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

APHX1-1604-PDER D A S P 20M C5-6 P20 / M15 PVD TiAlN ML  

APHX1-1604- APHX1-1604-PDER D A S K 25M C2-6 M15 / K20 PVD TiAlN ML  


PDFR/ER APHX1-1604-PDER D A S P 35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD TiAlN ML  
Toolholder (Metric)

APHX1-1604-PDER DHK425M C2-6 M30 / K30 PVD Heat Resist.  

APHX1-1604-PDER DOX425M * C2 K 30 PVD Al2O3 


Milling

APHX1-1604-PDFR
APHX1-1604-PDFR D K 10M C3 M10 / K10 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .031 .173  

APHX1-1604-PDFR D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

APHX1-1604-PDFR D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated 

APHX1-1604-PDFR D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML 

* For roughing high Silicon Aluminum >12.2% *  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

APHX Quick Reference Chart


Important!!!  - First Choice
Spare Parts

Uncoated H eat
For optimum results, select  - Alternative Choice All Around Performance <——— Wear Resistance —— High Peformance —— Toughness ——>
Economy Resistant
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low Medium High High High High High Medium
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 10M D K 25M D V K 25M D H C P 35M DASP20M DASK25M D L X 410M DOX425M DASP35M D H K 425M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel   
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel      
• Insert geometry Cast Iron  
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum     
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy     

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E-44
®

APHX Positive 85° Parallelogram Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .008 .004


Finishing to Medium Ground High Positive Sharp Right
& 90° 1250 80
.006 .008 .004
640 2000 80

F
.006 .004
875 225
.004
2250
11°

Milling Inserts
15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .008 .004
Finishing to Medium Ground High Positive Sharp Right
& 90° 1250 80
.004 .008 .004
640 2000 80

F .006
875
.004
.004
225

11° 2250

Medium to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, RADIUS .005


Ground High Positive Sharp Right
Roughing & 90° 1250
11°
HOLE .005
2000

Toolholder (Inch)
F
M
.004
R 2200

Milling
11° I.C.
THICK

Finishing to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .008 .004


Ground High Positive H o n ed Right
Roughing & 90° 1250 80
.004 .008
875 475
.004 .004
1090 475
F
M .006 .004
R 875 225
.005 .004
970 480

Toolholder (Metric)
.007 .005
685 120
.008
400

Milling
Finishing to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .004 .003
Ground High Positive Sharp Right
Roughing & 90° 1750 100
.004
2250
F

F
M .008
R 1250
.004
225
11°

* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:


Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut. Tooling Page References
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.
Pages: E-110 to E-111 /
Spare Parts

Pages: E-112 / E-154 Page: E-113 Page: E-114 Page: E-115 Pages: E-116 / E-155
E-152 to E-153
Milling

High Positive 90° Extended 90° High Positive15° High Positive 30° High Positive 45° High Positive 75°
End Mill End Mill Face Mill Face Mill Face Mill Face Mill

DORIAN TOOL INT'L 615 COUNTY ROAD 219 EAST BERNARD, TX 77435 1-800-627-0266 979-282-2861 FAX: 979-282-2951

E-45
®

APHW Positive 85° Parallelogram Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.

APHW-100304-PDER APHW-100304-PDER
APHW-100304-PDER DK10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .263 .410 .1370 .015 .110 

APHW-100304-PDER DASK10M C3-8 K 10 PVD TiAlN ML 

APHW-100304-PDER DHK410M C8 K 10 PVD Heat Resist. 

APHW-100308-PDER
APHW-100308-PDER
Milling Inserts

APHW-100308-PDER DK10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .263 .410 .1370 .031 .110 

APHW-100308-PDER DASK10M C3-8 K 10 PVD TiAlN ML 

APHW-100308-PDER DHK410M C8 K 10 PVD Heat Resist. 

APHW-100312-PDER APHW-100312-PDER
APHW-100312-PDER DK10M C3 M10 / K10 Uncoated .263 .410 .1370 .047 .110   

APHW-100312-PDER DASK10M C3-8 M10 / K10 PVD TiAlN ML    

APHW-100312-PDER DHK410M C8 M10 / K10 PVD Heat Resist.    


Toolholder (Inch)
Milling

APHW-100316-PDER
APHW-100316-PDER APHW-100316-PDER DK10M C3 M10 / K10 Uncoated .263 .410 .1370 .062 .110   

APHW-100316-PDER DASK10M C3-8 M10 / K10 PVD TiAlN ML    

APHW-100316-PDER DHK410M C8 M10 / K10 PVD Heat Resist.    

APHW-1604-PDER
Toolholder (Metric)

APHW-1604-PDER D K 10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .015 .173 


APHW-1604-PDER
APHW-1604-PDER D A S K 10M C3-8 K 10 PVD TiAlN ML 
Milling

APHW-1604-PDER D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated 

APHW-1604-PDER D A S K 25M C2-6 K 25 PVD TiAlN ML 

APHW-1604-PDER DHK425M C2-6 K 30 PVD Heat Resist. 

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

APHW Positive Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!!  - First Choice
Spare Parts

Uncoated Economy <— Wear Resistance — High Peformance — Toughness —> Heat Resistance
For optimum results, select  - Alternative Choice
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low High High Medium Medium
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 10M D K 25M DASK10M DASK25M D H K 410M D H K 425M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel  
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel  
• Insert geometry Cast Iron      
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum 
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy   

DORIAN TOOL INT'L 615 COUNTY ROAD 219 EAST BERNARD, TX 77435 1-800-627-0266 979-282-2861 FAX: 979-282-2951

E-46
®

APHW Positive 85° Parallelogram Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .004


Ground N one H o n ed Right
Roughing & 90° 450
F
.015 .003
Rad. 1125
M
R .007
685
90°

Finishing to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°,

Milling Inserts
Ground N one H o n ed Right .004
Roughing & 90° 450
.003
.031 1125
F Rad.
M .007
R 685

90°

Medium to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .004 .008 .004


Ground N one Right
Roughing & 90° 450 1250 80
RADIUS
HOLE
.003 .006 .003 .004
11° 620 875 1125 225
.004 .007 .007 .005

Toolholder (Inch)
550 685 685 120

Milling
Medium to I.C.
15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, THICK .004 .008 .004
Ground N one H o n ed Right
Roughing & 90° 450 1250 80
.003 .006 .003 .004
.062 620 875 1125 225
Rad.
.004 .007 .007 .005
550 685 685 120

90°

Finishing to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .004

Toolholder (Metric)
Ground N one H o n ed Right
Roughing & 90° 450
.003
1125

Milling
.015 .008
F Rad.
M 330
R .006
875
90° .007
685

* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:


Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut. Tooling Page References
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.
Pages: E-110 to E-111 /
Pages: E-112 / E-154 Page: E-113 Page: E-114 Page: E-115 Pages: E-116 / E-155
E-152 to E-153
Spare Parts
Milling

High Positive 90° Extended 90° High Positive15° High Positive 30° High Positive 45° High Positive 75°
End Mill End Mill Face Mill Face Mill Face Mill Face Mill

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E-47
®

APHW Positive 85° Parallelogram Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.

APHW-1604-PDSR
APHW-1604-PDSR APHW-1604-PDSR D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .015 .173 

APHW-1604-PDSR D A S K 25M C2-6 K 25 PVD TiAlN ML 

APHW-1604-PDSR DHK425M C2-6 K 30 PVD Heat Resist. 


Milling Inserts

APHW-160408-PDER
APHW-160408-PDER
APHW-160408-PDER DK10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .031 .173   

APHW-160408-PDER DASK10M C3-8 K 10 PVD TiAlN ML   

APHW-160408-PDER DHK410M C8 K 10 PVD Heat Resist.   

APHW-160408-PDER DP35M C5 P35 / M30 Uncoated  

APHW-160408-PDER DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

APHW-160416-PDER
APHW-160416-PDER
APHW-160416-PDER DK10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .062 .173   
Toolholder (Inch)

APHW-160416-PDER DASK10M C3-8 K 10 PVD TiAlN ML   

APHW-160416-PDER DHK410M C8 K 10 PVD Heat Resist.   


Milling

APHW-160416-PDER DP35M C5 P35 / M30 Uncoated  

APHW-160416-PDER DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

APHW-160432-PDER
APHW-160432-PDER APHW-160432-PDER DK10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .125 .173   

APHW-160432-PDER DASK10M C3-8 K 10 PVD TiAlN ML   

APHW-160432-PDER DHK410M C8 K 10 PVD Heat Resist.   

APHW-160432-PDER DP35M C5 P35 / M30 Uncoated  


Toolholder (Metric)

APHW-160432-PDER DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

APHW-160448-PDER
APHW-160448-PDER
Milling

APHW-160448-PDER DK10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .375 .625 .1875 .187 .173   

APHW-160448-PDER DASK10M C3-8 K 10 PVD TiAlN ML   

APHW-160448-PDER DHK410M C8 K 10 PVD Heat Resist.   

APHW-160448-PDER DP35M C5 P35 / M30 Uncoated  

APHW-160448-PDER DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

APHW Positive Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!!
Spare Parts

 - First Choice All Around


For optimum results, select Uncoated Economy High Peformance Heat Resistance
 - Alternative Choice Performance
Milling

the milling insert grade


Cutting Speed Low Low Medium High High Medium Medium
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 10M D K 25M D H C P 35M DASK10M DASK25M D H K 410M D H K 425M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel     
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel     
• Insert geometry Cast Iron      
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum 
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy     

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E-48
®

APHW Positive 85° Parallelogram Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, Chamfered & .008


Roughing Ground N one Right
& 90° H o n ed 330
.008
875
.015 .007

S
Rad. 685

90° 11°

Milling Inserts
Finishing to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .004 .008 .004
Ground N one H o n ed Right
Roughing & 90° 450 1250 80
.006 .003 .004
.031 875 1125 225
F Rad.
M .007 .007 .005
R 685 685 120
.008 .008
310 310
90°
.004 .004
RADIUS 875 520
HOLE
11°
Medium to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .004 .008 .004
Ground N one H o n ed Right
Roughing & 90° 450 1250 80

Toolholder (Inch)
.006 .003 .004
.062 875 1125 225
Rad.
.007 .007 .005

Milling
I.C. 685 685 120
THICK .008 .008
310 310
90°
.004 .004
875 520

Medium to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .004 .008 .004


Ground N one H o n ed Right
Roughing & 90° 450 1250 80
.006 .003 .004
.125 875 1125 225
Rad.
.007 .007 .005
685 685 120
.008 .008
310 310

Toolholder (Metric)
90°
.004 .004
875 520

Milling
Medium to 15°, 30°, 45°, 75°, .004 .008 .004
Ground N one H o n ed Right
Roughing & 90° 450 1250 80
.006 .003 .004
.187 875 1125 225
Rad.
.007 .007 .005
685 685 120
.008 .008
90° 310 310
.004 .004
875 520
* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:
Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut. Tooling Page References
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.

Pages: E-110 to E-111 /


Pages: E-112 / E-154 Page: E-113 Page: E-114 Page: E-115 Pages: E-116 / E-155
E-152 to E-153
Spare Parts
Milling

High Positive 90° Extended 90° High Positive 15° High Positive 30° High Positive 45° High Positive 75°
End Mill End Mill Face Mill Face Mill Face Mill Face Mill

DORIAN TOOL INT'L 615 COUNTY ROAD 219 EAST BERNARD, TX 77435 1-800-627-0266 979-282-2861 FAX: 979-282-2951

E-49
®

SD Square Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

SDGW- Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
322 / 422-EN Dia.

SDGW-322 / 422-EN
SDGW-322-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .375 --- .125 .0312 .158   

SDGW-322-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN   

SDGW-422-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .500 --- .125 .0312 .173   


SDHW -
SDGW-422-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN   
090308-EN
Hole
SDHW-090308-EN I.C. Len. Thick M
Dia.
Milling Inserts

SDHW-090308-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .375 --- .125 .065 .173   

SDHW-090308-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M15 /K20 PVD TiALN   

SDHW-090308-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN   

SDHW -
12T308-EN
SDHW-12T308-EN
SDHW-12T308-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .500 --- .156 .079 .220   

SDHW-12T308-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML   

SDHW-12T308-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN   


Toolholder (Inch)

SDLX- SDHW-12T308-EN DHCP35M C5 P40 / M35 PVD Heat Resist.  


090308-EN Hole
SDLX-090308-EN I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Milling

Dia.
SDLX-090308-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .375 --- .125 .0312 .173   

SDLX-090308-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 K 25 PVD TiALN  

SDLX-090308-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice


Toolholder (Metric)
Milling

SD Positive Square Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!!  - First Choice
Spare Parts

For optimum results, select  - Alternative Choice Uncoated Economy All Around Performance <—— Wear Resistance —— High Peformance —— Toughness ——>
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low Medium High High
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 25M D V P 56M D H C P 35M DASK25M D H P 435M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel   
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel    
• Insert geometry Cast Iron   
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum 
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy  

DORIAN TOOL INT'L 615 COUNTY ROAD 219 EAST BERNARD, TX 77435 1-800-627-0266 979-282-2861 FAX: 979-282-2951

E-50
®

SD Square Milling Insert Application Chart

Insert Style Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Geometry Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Medium Ground 15°, 45°, & 90° N one H o n ed Right .008 .008 .004
330 1250 80
.004 .004 .004
.0312 785 450 400
M Rad.
.008 .008 .004
330 1250 80
90°
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400

Milling Inserts
Medium to .008 .008 .004
Ground 15°, 45°, & 90° N one H o n ed Right
Roughing 330 1250 80
.006 .006 .004
875 875 225
M HOLE .004 .004 .004
R M
90° 785 450 400
25°

45°

I.C. .008 .008 .004


Medium Ground 15°, 45°, & 90° N one H o n ed Right
330 1250 80
THICK .006 .006 .004
875 875 225
M 15°
.004 .004 .004
90° 785 450 400

Toolholder (Inch)
.008 .006
825 390

Milling
Medium to .008 .008 .004
Molded 15°, 45°, & 90° Positive H o n ed Right RADIUS
Roughing 330 1250 80
HOLE
15° .006 .004
.0312 875 225
M Rad.
.007 .008
R 675 475
90°
I.C. THICK

* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:


Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.

Toolholder (Metric)
Milling

Tooling Page References

Pages: E-95 / E-145 Page: E-104 Page: E-105 Page: E-106


Spare Parts
Milling

Double 45° Chamfer Mill 90° End Mill 45° Face Mill 15° Face Mill

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E-51
®

SD Square Convex Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Thick R ad .
Dia.

SDGX-09C__-E
SDGX-09C01-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .375 .1563 .0156 .173   
SDGX-
09C__-E SDGX-09C01-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-09C02-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .375 .1563 .0312 .173   

SDGX-09C02-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-09C03-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .375 .1563 .0469 .173   

SDGX-09C03-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    


Milling Inserts

SDGX-09C04-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .375 .1563 .0625 .173   

SDGX-09C04-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-19C__-E
SDGX-19C05-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .0781 .220   

SDGX-19C05-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-19C06-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .0937 .220   

SDGX-19C06-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-19C07-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .1094 .220   

SDGX-19C07-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    


Toolholder (Inch)

SDGX-19C08-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .1250 .220   

SDGX-19C08-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    


Milling

SDGX- SDGX-19C09-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .1406 .220   
19C__-E SDGX-19C09-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-19C10-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .1562 .220   

SDGX-19C10-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-19C11-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .1719 .220   

SDGX-19C11-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-19C12-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .1875 .220   
Toolholder (Metric)

SDGX-19C12-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-19C13-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .2031 .220   
Milling

SDGX-19C13-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-19C14-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .2187 .220   

SDGX-19C14-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-19C15-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .2344 .220   

SDGX-19C15-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    

SDGX-19C16-E D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .750 .1875 .2500 .220   

SDGX-19C16-E D V K 25M C2 M20 / K25 PVD TiN    


*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice
SD Positive Square Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart
Important!!!
Spare Parts

For optimum results, select  - First Choice All Around Performance


Milling

the milling insert grade  - Alternative Choice


according to: Cutting Speed Medium Medium
Cutting Condition Wet Wet
• Material
Material D V P 56M D V K 25M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel 
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel  
• Insert geometry Cast Iron  
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum 
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy 

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E-52
®

SD Square Convex Milling Insert Application Chart

Insert Style Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Geometry Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Medium Ground N one N one H o n ed Right .004 .004 .004


785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
M .004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004

Milling Inserts
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80

Medium Ground N one N one H o n ed Right .004 .004 .004


785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
RADIUS

Toolholder (Inch)
HOLE 640 525 2000 80
15° .004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004

Milling
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
I.C.
785 450 400
THICK .004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
M .004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400

Toolholder (Metric)
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400

Milling
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .006 .008 .004
640 525 2000 80
* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:
Suggested starting conditions are based on a full radius depth of cut. Tooling Page References
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.
Spare Parts

Pages: E-90 / E-140


Milling

Convex Radius End Mill

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E-53
®

SE Square Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick M
Dia.
SEKT- SEKT-1204-AFER
1204-AFER
SEKT-1204-AFER DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML .500 --- .1875 .063 .220  

SEHX-1204-AFEN
SEHX-1204-
Milling Inserts

AFEN SEHX-1204-AFEN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .500 --- .1875 .063 .220  

SEHX-1204-AFEN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

SEHX-1204-AFEN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML  

SEHX-1204-AFEN D A S P 35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD TiAlN ML  

SEHX-1204-AFEN DOX425M * C2 K 30 PVD Al2O3 


SEHX-1204- SEHX-1204-AFFN
AFFN
SEHX-1204-AFFN D K 10M C3 M10 / K10 Uncoated .500 --- .1875 .063 .220  

SEHX-1204-AFFN D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 


Toolholder (Inch)
Milling

SELT-1204-EN SELT-1204-EN
SELT-1204-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .500 --- .1875 .063 .220  

SELT-1204-EN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML  

SELT-1204-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

SELT-1204-EN DHK425M C6 M30 / K30 PVD Heat Resist.   

SEHT- SEHT-1204-AFSN
1204-AFSN SEHT-1204-AFSN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .500 --- .1875 .063 .220 

SEHT-1204-AFSN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


Toolholder (Metric)

SEHT-1204-AFSN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML  


Milling

* For roughing high Silicon Aluminum >12.2% *  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

SE Square Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!! z - First Choice
Spare Parts

For optimum results, select Uncoated Economy All Around Performance <— Wear Resistance — High Peformance — Toughness —>
~ - Alternative Choice
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low Medium High High High High
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 10M D K 25M D H C P 25M D H C P 35M DASK25M D L X 410M DOX425M DASP35M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel z z z
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel z z z ~
• Insert geometry Cast Iron
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum z z z z
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy ~ ~ z

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E-54
®

SE Square Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing to .004 .004


Molded 45° Positive H o n ed Right
Medium 875 520
F
M

45°

Milling Inserts
Finishing to .008 .004
Ground 45° Positive H o n ed Right
Medium 1250 80
.007 .008
F 675 475
M
.006 .004
875 225
45°
.005 .004
970 680
.008
400
HOLE
M
Finishing to .004 .003
Ground 45° Positive Sharp Right
Medium 25° 1750 100
F .002
M 45° 2250

Toolholder (Inch)
I.C.
45°

THICK

Milling
20°

Finishing Molded 45° Positive H o n ed Right .008 .004


330 80
F .004 .004
875 520
.007 .008
675 475
45°
.007 .007 .005
685 635 80

Medium to Chamfered & .008


Ground 45° Positive Right
Roughing H o n ed 330
.007 .008

Toolholder (Metric)
M 675 475
R
S .006
875
.006
875
45°

Milling
20°

* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:


Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.

Tooling Page References

Page: E-117 Page: E-117


Spare Parts
Milling

45° Face Mill 45° Arbor Mount Face Mill

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E-55
®

SE Square & Octagon Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick M
SEHW- Dia.
1204-AFEN SEHW-1204-AFEN
SEHW-1204-AFEN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .500 --- .1875 .063 .220  

SEHW-1204-AFEN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML   

SEHW-1204-AFEN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML  

SEHW-1204-AFEN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

SEHW- SEHW-1204-AFEN DHCP40M C5 P40 / M35 CVD ML   


1204-AFSN
Milling Inserts

SEHW-1204-AFSN
SEHW-1204-AFSN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .500 --- .1875 .063 .220 

SEHW-1204-AFSN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

SEHW-1204-AFSN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML  

OEMT-
Hole
050410-SN OEMT-050410-SN I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.
OEMT-050410-SN DHCP35M C2 K 25 CVD ML .500 .197 .1875 .039 .177  

OEMT-050410-SN D A S P 35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD TiAlN ML  


Toolholder (Inch)

OEET-
Milling

050410-EN
OEET-050410-EN
OEET-050410-EN DHCP35M C2 K 25 CVD ML .500 .197 .1875 .039 .177  

OEET-050410-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiAlN ML   

OEET-050410-EN D A S P 35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD TiAlN ML  

OEET- OEET-050410-FN
050410-FN OEET-050410-FN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .500 .197 .1875 .039 .177  
Toolholder (Metric)

OEET-050410-FN D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2  


Milling

OEEW -
OEEW-050410-EN
050410-EN OEEW-050410-EN D K 10M C3 M10 / K10 Uncoated .500 .197 .1875 .039 .177 

OEEW-050410-EN D A S K 10M C3-8 K 10 PVD TiAlN ML 

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice


SE Square and Octagon Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart
Important!!!  - First Choice
Spare Parts

High H eat
Uncoated Economy All Around Performance
For optimum results, select  - Alternative Choice Peformance Resistance
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low Medium High High High High Medium
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 10M D K 25M D H C P 25M D H C P 35M D H C P 40M DASK10M DASK25M D L X 410M DASP35M D H P 435M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel     
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel      
• Insert geometry Cast Iron     
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum  
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy   

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E-56
®

SE Sqaure & Octagon Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Cutting Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation Alloy less Temper
E dge Iron num
I.C. Leading Cutting Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Medium to .008 .004


Ground 45° N one H o n ed Right
Roughing 330 80
.006 .006 .004
875 875 225
M HOLE .007 .004
R M 675 520
25° .007 .008
45°
675 475
45° .008 .007 .008
555 325 1125

Milling Inserts
I.C.

Chamfered & .008


Roughing Ground 45° N one Right THICK
H o n ed 330
20° .007 .008
R 675 475
.006 .006
875 875
45°
.008 .006
825 390

Medium to Chamfered & .007 .008


Molded 45° Positive Right
Finishing H o n ed 675 475
F .039 .005 .002
M Rad. 970 775
S

Toolholder (Inch)
45°
20°

Milling
Medium to .007 .008
Ground 45° Positive H o n ed Right
Finishing HOLE 675 475
20°
M F .006 .006 .004
.039 875 875 225
Rad.
.005 .002
970 775
45°
I.C.
THICK

Medium to .004 .004


Ground 45° Positive Sharp Right
Finishing 1125 80

Toolholder (Metric)
F .039
.004
M 2250
Rad.

Milling
45°

Medium to .004
Ground 45° N one H o n ed Right
Finishing 450
F .003
M .039 1125
Rad.

45°

* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:


Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth. Tooling Page References
Spare Parts

Pages: E-119 / E-160 Page: E-117 Page: E-117


Milling

45° Face Mill 45° Face Mill 45° Arbor Mount Face Mill

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E-57
®

RE & RD Round Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.

REMX-13M5MO-SN REMX-13M5MO-SN
REMX-13M5MO-SN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML .500 --- .1875 --- .177  

REMX-13M5MO-SN D A S P 35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD TiALN ML .500 --- .1875 --- .177  

RDHW-0501MO-SN
 
Milling Inserts

RDHW-0501MO-SN D A S K 10M C3-8 M10 / K10 PVD TiALN ML .196 --- .0625 --- .087

RDHW-0501MO-SN D A S P 20M C5-6 P20 / M15 PVD TiALN ML  

RDHW-0501MO-SN DHP435M C5 P40 / M35 PVD Heat Resist.  

RDHW-0702MO-SN
RDHW-0702MO-SN D A S K 10M C3-8 M10 / K10 PVD TiALN ML .275 --- .0938 --- .112  

RDHW-0702MO-SN D A S P 20M C5-6 P20 / M15 PVD TiALN ML  


RDHW-_MO-E/SN RDHW-0702MO-SN DHP435M C5 P40 / M35 PVD Heat Resist.  
Toolholder (Inch)

RDHW-0802 / 1003MO-SN
RDHW-0802MO-SN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .315 --- .0938 --- .134   
Milling

RDHW-0802MO-SN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD ML  

RDHW-1003MO-SN D A S K 10M C3-8 M10 / K10 PVD TiALN ML .393 --- .1250 ---- .173  

RDHW-1003MO-SN D A S P 20M C5-6 P20 / M15 PVD TiALN ML  

RDHW-1003MO-SN DHP435M C5 P40 / M35 PVD Heat Resist.  

RDHW-10T3MO-E/SN
RDHW-10T3MO-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .393 --- .1563 --- .173   

RDHW-10T3MO-EN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 PVD ML  


Toolholder (Metric)

RDHW-10T3MO-SN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .393 --- .1563 --- .173   

RDHW-10T3MO-SN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


Milling

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

RD Round Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!!  - First Choice
Spare Parts

H eat
For optimum results, select All Around Performance <—— Wear Resistance —— High Peformance —— Toughness ——>
 - Alternative Choice Resistance
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Medium High High High Medium
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material Material D H C P 25M D V P 56M D H C P 35M DASK10M DASP20M DASP35M D H P 435M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel      
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel       
• Insert geometry Cast Iron  
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy

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E-58
®

RE & RD Round Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Chamfered & HOLE .007 .008


Medium Ground N one Positive Right
H o n ed 20° 675 475
.005 .002
M 970 775
S
I.C.
20° THICK

Chamfered & .003 .003

Milling Inserts
Medium Ground N one N one Right
H o n ed 1125 1125
.004 .004
M 1090 460
.008 .006
825 390

Chamfered & .003 .003


Medium Ground N one N one Right
H o n ed 1125 1125
.004 .004
M 835 460
.008 .006
635 390

Toolholder (Inch)
HOLE
15°
Medium to Chamfered & .004 .004 .004
Ground N one N one Right

Milling
Roughing H o n ed 785 450 400
.007 .008
675 475
M .003 .003
I.C.
R THICK 1125 1125
.004 .004
1090 460
.008 .006
825 390

Finishing to Chamfered & .004 .004 .004


Ground N one N one Right
Roughing H o n ed / H o n ed 785 450 400
.007 .008
675 475

Toolholder (Metric)
.004 .004 .004
F 785 450 400
M
R .007 .008
675 475

Milling
* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:
Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.

Tooling Page References

Pages: E-107 / E-162 Page: E-121 Page: E-121


Spare Parts
Milling

Round End Mill Round Face Mill Round Arbor Mount Face Mill

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E-59
®

RD Round Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.

RDHW-12T3MO-E/SN
RDHW-12T3MO-EN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 PVD ML .472 --- .1563 --- .173  
RDHW-12T3MO-E/SN
RDHW-12T3MO-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN   

RDHW-12T3MO-SN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .472 --- .1563 --- .173   

RDHW-12T3MO-SN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD ML  

RDHW-12T3MO-SN D A S K 10M C3-8 M10 / K10 PVD TiALN ML  


Milling Inserts

RDHW-12T3MO-SN DHP435M C5 P40 / M35 PVD Heat Resist.  

RDHW-1204MO-EN
RDHW-1204MO-EN D K 10M C3 M10 / K10 Uncoated .472 --- .1875 --- .220  
RDHW-1204MO-EN
RDHW-1204MO-EN D A S K 10M C3-8 M10 / K10 PVD TiAlN ML  

RDHW-1204MO-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN   

RDHW-1204MO-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

RDET-0802 /
1003MO-SN RDET-0802 / 1003MO-SN
Toolholder (Inch)

RDET-0802MO-SN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .315 --- .0938 --- .134  
Milling

RDET-1003MO-SN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .393 --- .1250 --- .173  

RDET-1003MO-SN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

RDET-10T3 / RDET-10T3 / 12T3MO-SN


12T3MO-SN
RDET-10T3MO-SN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML .393 --- .1563 --- .173  

RDET-12T3MO-SN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .472 --- .1563 --- .173  

RDET-12T3MO-SN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


Toolholder (Metric)

RDEX-1204MO-SN
RDEX-1204MO-SN
Milling

RDEX-1204MO-SN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .472 --- .1875 --- .173  

RDEX-1204MO-SN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

RD Round Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!!
Spare Parts

 - First Choice
For optimum results, select Uncoated Economy All Around Performance High Peformance
 - Alternative Choice
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low Medium Medium High
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 10M D V P 56M D H C P 35M DASK10M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel  
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel  
• Insert geometry Cast Iron   
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum 
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy 

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E-60
®

RD Round Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing to Chamfered & .004 .004


Ground N one N one Right
Roughing H o n ed / H o n ed 875 520
.004 .004 .004
785 450 400
.004 .004 .004
F 785 450 400
M
R .007 .008
675 475
.003
HOLE 1125

Milling Inserts
15° .004 .004
1090 640

Finishing to .004 .004


Ground N one N one H o n ed Right
Roughing I.C.
450 1450
THICK .005 .003
1125 310
.004 .004 .004
F 875 460 400
M
R .007 .008
675 475

Toolholder (Inch)
Finishing to Chamfered & .004 .008
Ground N one High Positive Right
Roughing H o n ed 690 475

Milling
.004 .004
F 875 460
M
R .007 .008
675 475

Finishing to Chamfered & HOLE .004 .008


Ground N one High Positive Right 15°
Roughing H o n ed 690 475
.004 .004
F 875 460
M
R .007 .008
675 475

Toolholder (Metric)
I.C.
THICK

Milling
Finishing to Chamfered & .004 .004
Ground N one High Positive Right
Roughing H o n ed 875 460
.007 .008
F 675 475
M
R

* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:


Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.

Tooling Page References


Spare Parts

Pages: E-107 / E-162 Page: E-121 Page: E-121


Milling

Round End Mill Round Face Mill Round Arbor Mount Face Mill

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E-61
®

RP Round Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
RPET- Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.
1204MO-EN
RPET-1204MO-EN
RPET-1204MO-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .472 ---- .1875 ---- .173 

RPET-1204MO-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

RPET-1204MO-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiALN ML  

RPGT-
RPGT-0602MO-EN
0602MO-EN
Milling Inserts

RPGT-0602MO-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .236 ---- .0938 ---- .130 

RPGT-0602MO-EN D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

RPGT-0602MO-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

RPGT-
RPGT-0803MO-EN
0803MO-EN RPGT-0803MO-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .315 ---- .1250 ---- .134 

RPGT-0803MO-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

RPGT-0803MO-EN D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

RPGT-0803MO-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 PVD TiALN ML 


Toolholder (Inch)

RPGT-0803MO-EN D A S P 35M C5 P35 / M30 PVD TiALN ML  


Milling

RPGT-10T3MO-EN
RPGT- RPGT-10T3MO-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .394 ---- .1563 ---- .173  
10T3MO-EN RPGT-10T3MO-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiALN ML  

RPGT-10T3MO-EN D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

RPGT-10T3MO-EN DHK425M C2-6 M30 / K30 PVD Heat Resist  

RPGT-10T3MO-EN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML  

RPGT-10T3MO-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


Toolholder (Metric)

RPGT-1204MO-EN / FN
RPGT- RPGT-1204MO-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .472 ---- .1875 ---- .173  
1204MO-EN / FN
Milling

RPGT-1204MO-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 K 25 PVD TiALN ML 

RPGT-1204MO-FN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated 

RPGT-1204MO-FN D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

RP Round Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!!  - First Choice
Spare Parts

Uncoated
For optimum results, select All Around Performance <— Wear Resistance — High Peformance — Toughness —> Heat Resistance
 - Alternative Choice Economy
Milling

the milling insert grade


according to: Cutting Speed Low Medium Medium High High High High
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material
Material D K 25M D H C P 25M D H C P 35M D L X 410M DASK25M DASP35M D H K 425M D H P 435M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel    
• Cutting condition
Stainless Steel      
• Insert geometry Cast Iron
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum  
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy   

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®

RP Round Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing to .008
Molded N one High Positive H o n ed Right
Medium 1250
.007 .008
F 675 425
M
.006 .004
875 225

Finishing to

Milling Inserts
Molded N one High Positive H o n ed Right .008
Medium 1250
.004
F 2250
M
.007 .008
675 425

Finishing to .008
Molded N one High Positive H o n ed Right
Medium 1250
.007 .008
675 520
F .004
M
HOLE
2250
11° .006

Toolholder (Inch)
875
.005 .002
970 775

Milling
I.C.
Finishing to THICK .008 .004
Molded N one High Positive H o n ed Right
Medium 1250 80
.006 .004
875 225
.004
F 2250
M
.007 .005
685 120
.004 .004
875 520
.007 .008
675 425

Toolholder (Metric)
Finishing to .008 .004
Molded N one High Positive Honed / Sharp Right
Medium 1250 80

Milling
.004
225
.004
F 2250
M
.008
1000

F
11°

* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:


Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth. Tooling Page References
Pages: E-120 / E-161
Spare Parts
Milling

Round Arbor Mount Face Mill

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E-63
®

RP Round Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

RPMT-
Hole
0803MO-EN Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.

RPMT-0803MO-EN
RPMT-0803MO-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 K 25 PVD TiALN ML .315 ---- .1250 ---- .134  

RPMT-0803MO-EN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML  

RPMT-0803MO-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


RPMT-
1003MO-EN
RPMT-1003MO-EN
 
Milling Inserts

RPMT-1003MO-EN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML .394 ---- .1250 ---- .173

RPMT-1003MO-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML   

RPMT-
10T3MO-EN RPMT-10T3MO-EN
RPMT-10T3MO-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 K 25 PVD TiALN ML .394 ---- .1563 ---- .173  

RPMT-10T3MO-EN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML  

RPMT-10T3MO-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


Toolholder (Inch)

RPMX- RPMX-1204MO-SN
1204MO-SN
RPMX-1204MO-SN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .472 ---- .1875 ---- .173 
Milling

RPMX-1204MO-SN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML  

RPMX-1204MO-SN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

RPMX-1204MO-SN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiALN ML  

RPMW-
1003MO-EN RPMW-1003MO-EN
RPMW-1003MO-EN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML .394 ---- .1250 ---- .173  

RPMW-1003MO-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


Toolholder (Metric)
Milling

RPMW- RPMW-1204MO-SN
1204MO-SN RPMW-1204MO-SN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .472 ---- .1875 ---- .173 

RPMW-1204MO-SN DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML  

RPMW-1204MO-SN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

RPMW-1204MO-SN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TiALN ML  

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

RP Round Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!! z - First Choice
Spare Parts

For optimum results, select ~ - Alternative Choice Uncoated Economy All Around Performance High Peformance Heat Resistance
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low Medium High High
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 25M D H C P 25M D H C P 35M DASK25M D H P 435M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel z z z
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel z z z ~
• Insert geometry Cast Iron z z z z
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy

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E-64
®

RP Round Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing to .004 .005


Molded N one Positive H o n ed Right
Medium 710 875
.004 .004

E
F 875 520
M
.007 .008
675 520
11°

Finishing to .004 .004

Milling Inserts
Molded N one Positive H o n ed Right
Medium 875 520
.007 .008 .007

E
F 675 520 685
M

11° HOLE
11°

Finishing to .004 .005


Molded N one Positive H o n ed Right
Medium 710 875
.004 .004

E
F 875 520
M I.C.
THICK .007 .008
675 520
11°

Toolholder (Inch)
Chamfered & .016
Roughing Molded N one Positive Right

Milling
H o n ed 180
.006 .006
725 295
.014 .012
S
R
425 180
.009 .009
350 350
11°

Finishing to .004 .004


Molded N one N one H o n ed Right
Medium 875 520
.007 .008

E
F 675 520
M

Toolholder (Metric)
HOLE
11° 11°

Milling
Chamfered & .016
Roughing Molded N one N one Right
H o n ed 180
I.C. .006 .006
THICK 725 295
R .014 .012
S 425 180
.009 .009
350 350
11°

Tooling Page References


Pages: E-120 / E-161
* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:
Spare Parts

Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.


Milling

Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.

Round Arbor Mount Face Mill

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E-65
®

KW Copy Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications Steel Stain- High
Technical Data

C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Diam. Len. Thick Rad. a hMAX
Dorian ANSI ISO Dia.
(MM) (MM) (MM) (MM) (MM) (MM)
(MM)
KWR-_
KWR-_ KWR-08 8,0 9,5 2,0 --- --- --- 3,0

KWR-10 D V K 10M C3 M10 / K10 PVD TiN 10,0 11,5 2,5 --- --- --- 4,0    
KWR-12 12,0 12,0 2,5 --- --- --- 5,0

KWR-16 16,0 14,0 3,0 --- --- --- 5,0

KWR-20 20,0 16,0 3,0 --- --- --- 5,0

KWR-25 DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML 25,0 21,5 4,0 --- --- --- 6,0 

KWR-__-F
Milling Inserts

KWR-32 32,0 25,9 5,0 --- --- --- 8,0

KWR-__-F
KWR-10-F 10,0 11,5 2,5 --- --- --- 4,0

KWR-12-F D K 10M C3 M10 / K10 Uncoated 12,0 12,0 2,5 --- --- --- 5,0   
KWR-16-F 16,0 14,0 3,0 --- --- --- 5,0

KWR-20-F D V K 10M C3 M10 / K10 PVD TiN 20,0 16,0 3,0 --- --- --- 5,0   
KWR-25-F 25,0 21,5 4,0 --- --- --- 6,0
KWF-_
KWR-32-F D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 32,0 25,9 5,0 --- --- --- 8,0 

KWF-_
KWF-08 8,0 9,5 2,0 0,6 --- --- 3,0

   
Toolholder (Inch)

KWF-10 D V K 10M C3 M10 / K10 PVD TiN 10,0 11,5 2,5 0,8 --- --- 4,0

KWF-12 12,0 12,0 2,5 1,0 --- --- 5,0


KWF-__-F
Milling

KWF-16 DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML 16,0 14,0 3,0 1,3 --- --- 5,0 
KWF-20 20,0 16,0 3,0 1,6 --- --- 5,0

KWF-__-F
KWF-08-F 8,0 9,5 2,0 0,6 --- --- 3,0

KWF-10-F D V K 10M C3 M10 / K10 PVD TiN 10,0 11,5 2,5 0,8 --- --- 4,0    
KWF-12-F 12,0 12,0 2,5 1,0 --- --- 5,0
KWC-__-CH
KWF-16-F DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML 16,0 14,0 3,0 1,3 --- --- 5,0 
KWF-20-F 20,0 16,0 3,0 1,6 --- --- 5,0

KWC-__-CH
Toolholder (Metric)

KWC-1245-CH 12 12,0 2,5 --- 45° 3,0 5,0

KWC-1260-CH D V K 10M C3 M10 / K10 PVD TiN 12 12,0 2,5 --- 60° 5,0 5,0    
Milling

KWC-__-RI

KWC-__-RI
KWC-1215-RI 12 12,0 2,5 1,5 --- --- 5,0

KWC-1220-RI D V K 10M C3 M10 / K10 PVD TiN 12 12,0 2,5 2,0 --- --- 5,0    
KWC-1230-RI 12 12,0 2,5 3,0 --- --- 5,0
KWC-__-RE

KWC-__-RE
KWC-1210-RE 12 12,0 2,5 1,0 --- --- 5,0

KWC-1220-RE D V K 10M C3 M10 / K10 PVD TiN 12 12,0 2,5 2,0 --- --- 5,0    
Spare Parts

KWC-1230-RE 12 12,0 2,5 3,0 --- --- 5,0


Milling

Import ant!!!
For optimum results, select *  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice
the milling insert grade
KW Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart
according to:  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice All Around Performance High Peformance
• Material Cutting Speed Medium High High
• Cutting speed Cutting Condition Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Cutting condition Material D H C P 35M D V K 10M D L X 410M
• Insert geometry Alloy Steel  
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum  
• Edge preparation

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E-66
®

KW Copy Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing Molded N one N one H o n ed Right


.004 .006 .008 .006
690 300 350 2000

.007
675

Milling Inserts
Finishing Molded N one Positive Sharp Right
.006 .008 .004
300 350 1450
F

F .006
300
.008
350
.006
2000


.002
2250

Finishing Molded N one N one H o n ed Right

Toolholder (Inch)
.004 .006 .008 .006
690 300 350 2000

Milling
.007
675

Finishing Molded N one Positive Sharp Right


.004 .006 .008 .006
690 300 350 2000

F .007
7° 675

Toolholder (Metric)
Finishing Molded N one N one H o n ed Right
.004 .006 .008 .006

Milling
690 300 350 2000

Finishing Molded N one N one H o n ed Right


.004 .006 .008 .006
690 300 350 2000

Finishing Molded N one N one H o n ed Right


.004 .006 .008 .006
Spare Parts

690 300 350 2000


Milling

Pages: E-127, E-130 /


* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following: Tooling Page References
E-167, E-170
Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.

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E-67
®

60° Triangle Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.

TDEX-110204-EN
TDEX-110204-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .250 --- .0937 .0156 .1120   

TDEX-110204-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-110204-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  

TDEX-110204-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

TDEX-110208-EN
Milling Inserts

TDEX-110208-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .250 --- .0937 .0312 .1120   

TDEX-110208-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-110208-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  

TDEX-110208-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

TDEX-160304-EN
TDEX-_-EN TDEX-160304-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .375 --- .1250 .0156 .1800   

TDEX-160304-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-160304-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  

TDEX-160304-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


Toolholder (Inch)

TDEX-160308-EN
  
Milling

TDEX-160308-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .375 --- .1250 .0312 .1800

TDEX-160308-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-160308-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  

TDEX-160308-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

TDEX-220404-EN
TDEX-220404-EN D K 25M C2 K 25 Uncoated .500 --- .1875 .0156 .2230   

TDEX-220404-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-220404-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  


Toolholder (Metric)

TDEX-220404-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


Milling

TDEX-220408-EN
TDEX-220408-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .500 --- .1875 .0312 .2230   

TDEX-220408-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-220408-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  

TDEX-220408-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

* Copy Rights ® 2003 of . All right s reserved including the rights of reproduction in whole or in partial in any form.
60° Triangle Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart
Important!!! z - First Choice
Spare Parts

For optimum results, select ~ - Alternative Choice Uncoated Economy All Around Performance High Peformance
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low Medium Medium High
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 25M D V P 56M D H C P 35M DASK25M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel z z
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel z ~ z z
• Insert geometry Cast Iron z z z
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum z
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy z z

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E-68
®

60° Triangle Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing to .008 .008 .002


Ground 15°, 30°, & 60° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
.0156 .006 .006 .002
F 875 875 225
M Rad.
.002 .002
690 460
60° .007 .008
675 475

Finishing to

Milling Inserts
Ground 15°, 30°, & 60° N one H o n ed Right .008 .008 .002
Medium 330 1250 80
.0312
.006 .006 .002
F 875 875 225
M Rad.
.002 .002
690 460
90° .007 .008
675 475

Finishing to .008 .008 .002


Ground 15°, 30°, & 60° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
.0156 .006 .006 .002
F 875 875 225
M Rad.
.002 .002
RADIUS 690 460
60° 15°
HOLE .007 .008

Toolholder (Inch)
675 475

Milling
Finishing to .008 .008 .002
Ground 15°, 30°, & 60° N one H o n ed Right 15°
Medium 330 1250 80
I.C.
THICK
.006 .006 .002
F .0312 Bottom View 875 875 225
M Rad.
.002 .002
690 460
90° .007 .008
675 475

Finishing to .008 .008 .002


Ground 15°, 30°, & 60° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
.0156 .006 .006 .002
F 875 875 225
M Rad.
.002 .002

Toolholder (Metric)
690 460
60° .007 .008
675 475

Milling
Finishing to .008 .008 .002
Ground 15°, 30°, & 60° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
.0312
.006 .006 .002
F 875 875 225
M Rad.
.002 .002
690 460
90° .007 .008
675 475

* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:


Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut. Tooling Page References
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.
Pages: E-91 & E-93 / E-141 & E-143 Pages: E-94 / E-144
Spare Parts
Milling

15° & 60° Dovetail End Mill Double 30° Chamfer Mill

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E-69
®

45° Triangle Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.

TDEX-090202-EN
TDEX-090202-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .354 --- .0938 .0078 .112   

TDEX-090202-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-090202-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  

TDEX-090202-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

TDEX-090204-EN
Milling Inserts

TDEX-090204-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .354 --- .0938 .0156 .112   

TDEX-090204-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-090204-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  

TDEX-090204-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

TDEX-17T304-EN
TDEX-_-EN
TDEX-17T304-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .670 --- .1563 .0156 .180   

TDEX-17T304-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-17T304-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  

TDEX-17T304-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  


Toolholder (Inch)

TDEX-17T308-EN
  
Milling

TDEX-17T308-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .670 --- .1563 .0312 .180

TDEX-17T308-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-17T308-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  

TDEX-17T308-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

TDEX-250404-EN
TDEX-250404-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .984 --- .1875 .0156 .223   

TDEX-250404-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-250404-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  


Toolholder (Metric)

TDEX-250404-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

TDEX-250408-EN
Milling

TDEX-250408-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .984 --- .1875 .0312 .223   

TDEX-250408-EN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML   

TDEX-250408-EN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN  

TDEX-250408-EN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML  

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

45° Triangle Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!! z - First Choice
Spare Parts

For optimum results, select Uncoated Economy All Around Performance High Peformance
~ - Alternative Choice
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low Medium Medium High
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 25M D V P 56M D H C P 35M DASK25M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel z z
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel ~ z
• Insert geometry Cast Iron z z
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum z
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy z z

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E-70
®

45° Triangle Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimension

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing to .008 .004 .004


Ground 45° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
.006 .006 .004
F 875 875 225
M
.004 .002
785 460
.007 .008
675 475

Finishing to .008 .004 .004

Milling Inserts
Ground 45° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
.006 .006 .004
F 875 875 225
M
.004 .002
785 460
.007 .008
675 475

Finishing to .008 .004 .004


Ground 45° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
.006 .006 .004
F 875 875 225
M
RADIUS .004 .002
11°
785 460
HOLE .007 .008

Toolholder (Inch)
675 475

Finishing to .008 .004 .004

Milling
Ground 45° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
I.C. .006 .006 .004
F THICK 875 875 225
M Bottom View
.004 .002
785 460
.007 .008
675 475

Finishing to .008 .004 .004


Ground 45° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
.006 .006 .004
F 875 875 225
M
.004 .002

Toolholder (Metric)
785 460
.007 .008
675 475

Milling
Finishing to .008 .004 .004
Ground 45° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
.006 .006 .004
F 875 875 225
M
.004 .002
785 460
.007 .008
675 475
* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:
Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.
Tooling Page References
Pages: E-92 / E-142
Spare Parts
Milling

45° Dovetail End Mill

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E-71
®

60° Triangle / 80° Trigon Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style
Grade Coating Insert Data
Geometry
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Thick R ad .
TCGT-32.53-EN Dia.

TCGT-32.53-EN
TCGT-32.53-EN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .375 .1563 .0468 .203    

TCMT-32.52-SN TCMT-32.52-SN
TCMT-32.52-SN DHCP35M C3 P35 / M30 Uncoated .375 .1563 .0312 .173  
Milling Inserts

TCMT-32.52-UR
TCMT-32.52-UR
TCMT-32.52-UR DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML .375 .1563 .0312 .173 

TCMT-32.52-UR DHCP40M C5 P40 / M35 CVD ML   

TDGH-_-EZ
TDGH-21.51-EZ D P 25M C5-6 P25 / M20 Uncoated .250 .0937 .0156 .120  

TDGH-_-EZ     
Toolholder (Inch)

TDGH-21.51-EZ D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN

TDGH-321-EZ D P 25M C5-6 P25 / M20 Uncoated .375 .1250 .0156 .177  
Milling

TDGH-321-EZ D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN     

TDGH-520-EZ D P 25M C5-6 P25 / M20 Uncoated .1625 .0625 .0040 .083  

TDGH-520-EZ D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN     


TPHT-32.52-EZ TPHT-32.52-E
TPHT-32.52-E D K 10M C3 M10 / K10 Uncoated .375 .1563 .0312 .173   

TPHT-32.52-E D P 25M C5-6 P25 / M20 Uncoated  

TPHT-32.52-E D V K 10M C3 M10 / K10 PVD TiN    


Toolholder (Metric)

TPHT-32.52-E D C 656M C5-6 P35 / M20 CVD TiN/TiC-TiN  

WCMT-32.52-UR
Milling

WCMT-32.52-URE
WCMT-32.52-UR DHCP25M C5-6 P25 / M20 CVD ML .375 .1563 .0312 .173 

WCMT-32.52-UR DHCP40M C5 P40 / M35 CVD ML   

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

60° Triangle / 80° Trigon Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!!  - First Choice
Spare Parts

For optimum results, select  - Alternative Choice Uncoated Economy All Around Performance
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low Medium Medium Medium Medium
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet Wet Wet
• Material Material D P 25M D K 25M D V K 10M D V P 56M D H C P 25M D H C P 35M D H C P 40M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel     
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel      
• Insert geometry Cast Iron   
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum   
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy    

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E-72
®

60° Triangle / 80° Trigon Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing to 30°, 45°, 60°, .006 .008 .008 .003


Ground Positive H o n ed Right
Medium & 90° 300 330 1250 60
F .0468
M Rad.
RADIUS


90°
HOLE

Finishing to 30°, 45°, 60°, Chamfered .007 .008


Molded Positive
Medium & 90° & H o n ed 675 475
.0312 I.C. THICK

Milling Inserts
F

S
M Rad.

90°

RADIUS
Finishing to 30°, 45°, 60°, .004
Molded Positive H o n ed 7°
Medium & 90° 875
F .0312 HOLE
.008 .007 .004
E
M Rad.
555 325 100

90° THICK
7° I.C.

Finishing to 30°, 45°, 60°, .004 .006


Ground Positive H o n ed Right
Medium & 90° 800 875
.004 .004 .004 .006 .003

Toolholder (Inch)
785 460 400 2000 60
.0040 .004 .006
F &.0156
M Rad. 800 875

Milling
.004 .004 .004 .006 .003
785 460 400 2000 60
60° RADIUS
.004 .006
15° 800 875
HOLE .004 .004 .004 .006 .003
785 460 400 2000 60

Finishing to 30°, 45°, 60°, I.C. THICK .004 .004 .003


Ground Positive H o n ed
Medium & 90° 450 1750 80
.008 .008
.0312
F Rad. 310 310
M
.006 .008 .006 .004
300 350 2000 100

Toolholder (Metric)
90° .004 .007
800 325

Milling
Finishing to 30°, 45°, 60°, .004
Molded Positive H o n ed Right
Medium & 90° 875
RADIUS
.008 .007 .004

.0312 555 325 100
HOLE
F Rad.
E
M

90° 7° 80°
I.C. THICK

* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:


Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut. Tooling Page References
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.

Page: E-103 Pages: E-99 to E-101 Page: E-102 Pages: E-123 / E-164 Pages: E-123 / E-164
Spare Parts
Milling

2” Dia. 90° End Mill 60° Counter Sink 30°, 45° & 60° Chamfer End Mill 90° Shank End Mill 90° Arbor Mount End Mill

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E-73
®

Aluminum Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.

TCGT-32.51-FALP TCGT-32.51-FALP
T CGT-31.51-FALP
TCGT-32.51-FALP D K 10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .375 --- .1563 .0156 .0156 

TCGT-32.51-FALP D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

TCGT-32.51-FALP DKT10M C3 K 15 PVD TiAlN 

TCGT-32.51-FALP DOX425M* C2 K 30 P V D A L 20 3 

VCGT-_-FALP VCGT-448-FALP

Milling Inserts

VCGT-448-FALP D K 10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .500 --- .2500 .1250 .220

VCGT-448-FALP D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

VCGT-448-FALP DKT10M C3 K 15 PVD TiAlN 

VCGT-448-FALP DOX425M* C2 K 30 P V D A L 20 3 

VPGT-_-FALP
VPGT-221-FALP D K 10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .250 --- .0625 .0156 .112 

VPGT-221-FALP D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

VPGT-221-FALP DKT10M C3 K 15 PVD TiAlN 

VPGT-221-FALP DOX425M* C2 K 30 P V D A L 20 3 
VPGT-_-FALP
Toolholder (Inch)

VPGT-333-FALP D K 10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .375 --- .1875 .0469 .180 

VPGT-333-FALP D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 


Milling

VPGT-333-FALP DKT10M C3 K 15 PVD TiAlN 

VPGT-333-FALP DOX425M* C2 K 30 P V D A L 20 3 

VPGT-448-FALP D K 10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .500 --- .2500 .1250 .220 

VPGT-448-FALP D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 

VPGT-448-FALP DKT10M C3 K 15 PVD TiAlN 

VPGT-448-FALP DOX425M* C2 K 30 P V D A L 20 3 

WCGT-32.52-FALP WCGT-32.52-FALP
Toolholder (Metric)

WCGT-32.52-FALP D K 10M C3 K 10 Uncoated .375 --- .1563 .0313 .173 

WCGT-32.52-FALP D LX 410M C3 K 10 PVD TiB2 


Milling

WCGT-32.52-FALP DKT10M C3 K 15 PVD TiAlN 

WCGT-32.52-FALP DOX425M* C2 K 30 P V D A L 20 3 

* For roughing high Silicon Aluminum >12.2% *  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

Aluminum Milling Insert


Important!!!  - First Choice
Spare Parts

For optimum results, select Uncoated Economy <—————— Wear Resistance —————— High Peformance ——————— Toughness ——————>
 - Alternative Choice
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low High High High
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet-Dry Wet-Dry Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 10M D L X 410M D K T 10M DOX425M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel
• Insert geometry Cast Iron
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum    
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy

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E-74
®

Aluminum Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting Cutting Data Application *


Insert Specifications
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing to .004
Ground 90° Positive Sharp Right RADIUS
Medium 1750

F .004
M HOLE 2250

F .004
900
7° .008
I.C. THICK
400

Finishing to .004

Milling Inserts
Ground 90° Positive Sharp Right
Medium 1750
F .004
M
F
2250
7° .004
900
7° .008
THICK 400

Finishing to .004
Ground 90° Positive Sharp Right
Medium 1750
.004
2250
.004
900
.008
400

Toolholder (Inch)
.004
1750
F
M .004

Milling
2250
F 11° .004
900
11° .008
THICK
400
.004
1750
.004
2250
.004
900
.008
400

Toolholder (Metric)
Finishing to .004
Ground 90° Positive Sharp Right
Medium RADIUS 1750
7° .004
HOLE 2250

Milling
F
F
M .004
900
.008
80°
7° I.C. 400
THICK

* When setting initial cutting conditions, consider the following:


Suggested starting conditions are based on a .100 axial depth of cut.
Cutting speed should be adjusted for a greater or lesser depth.

Tooling Page References


Page: E-103 Pages: E-128 / E-168 Pages: E-133 / E-173 Pages: E-123 / E-164 Pages: E-123 / E-164
Spare Parts
Milling

2” Dia. 90° End Mill 90° Copy Mill 90° Modular Copy Mill 90° Shank End Mill 90° Arbor Mount End Mill

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E-75
®

Slot Milling Insert

Material Application *
Insert Style Insert
Grade Coating
Geometry Specifications
Technical Data

Steel Stain- High


C ast Alumi-
Alloy less Temper
Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy
Milling

Hole
Dorian ANSI ISO I.C. Len. Thick Rad.
Dia.
CEHW - CEHW-0602-AEER
0602-AEER/L
CEHW-0602-AEER D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .250 --- .0938 --- .110   
Right
CEHW-0602-AEER D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML .250 --- .0938 --- .110   

CEHW-0602-AEER D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .250 --- .0938 --- .110  

CEHW-0602-AEER DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML .250 --- .0938 --- .110  

CEHW-0602-AEEL
Left
Milling Inserts

CEHW-0602-AEEL D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .250 --- .0938 --- .110   

CEHW-0602-AEEL D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML .250 --- .0938 --- .110   

CEHW-0602-AEEL D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .250 --- .0938 --- .110  

CEHW-0602-AEEL DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML .250 --- .0938 --- .110  
CEHW - CEHW-1204-AEER
1204-AEER/L
CEHW-1204-AEER D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .500 --- .1875 --- .216   
Right
CEHW-1204-AEER D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML .500 --- .1875 --- .216   

CEHW-1204-AEER D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .500 --- .1875 --- .216  

CEHW-1204-AEER DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML .500 --- .1875 --- .216  
Toolholder (Inch)

CEHW-1204-AEEL
Left
Milling

CEHW-1204-AEEL D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .500 --- .1875 --- .216   

CEHW-1204-AEEL D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML .500 --- .1875 --- .216   

CEHW-1204-AEEL D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .500 --- .1875 --- .216  

CEHW-1204-AEEL DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML .500 --- .1875 --- .216  
TEHW- TEHW-0602-AEEN
0602-AEEN
TEHW-0602-AEEN D K 25M C2 M20 / K25 Uncoated .156 --- .0938 --- .085   

TEHW-0602-AEEN D A S K 25M C2-6 M20 / K25 PVD TAiLN ML .156 --- .0938 --- .085   

 
Toolholder (Metric)

TEHW-0602-AEEN D V P 56M C5-6 P35 / M30 PVD TiN .156 --- .0938 --- .085

TEHW-0602-AEEN DHCP35M C5 P35 / M30 CVD ML .156 --- .0938 --- .085  
Milling

*  - First Choice  - Alternative Choice

Slot Milling Insert Quick Reference Chart


Important!!! z - First Choice
Spare Parts

For optimum results, select ~ - Alternative Choice Uncoated Economy All Around Performance High Peformance
Milling

the milling insert grade Cutting Speed Low Medium Medium High
according to:
Cutting Condition Wet Wet Wet Wet-Dry
• Material Material D K 25M D V P 56M D H C P 35M DASK25M
• Cutting speed Alloy Steel z z
• Cutting condition Stainless Steel ~ z z
• Insert geometry Cast Iron z z
• Insert chipbreaker Aluminum z
• Edge preparation High Temper Alloy z z

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E-76
®

Slot Milling Insert Application Chart

Cutting
Insert Specifications Cutting Data Application *
Application Insert
Dimensions

Technical Data
Steel Stain- High
C ast Alumi-
Operation E dge Alloy less Temper
I.C. Leading Cutting Iron num
Steel Steel Alloy

Milling
Chipbreaker Preparation /
Finish Angle Direction
Relief Angle

Finishing to .004 .004 .002


Ground 90° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
F .003 .003 .002
M 685 875 225
.002 .003
785 620
90° .004 .004
675 475

Milling Inserts
Finishing to .004 .004 .002
Ground 90° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
F .003 .003 .002
M 685 875 225
.002 .003
785 620
90° .004 .004
675 475

20°
Finishing to .004 .004 .002
Ground 90° N one H o n ed Right
Medium 330 1250 80
F THICK .003 .003 .002
M 685 875 225
.002 .003
785 620
90° .004 .004

Toolholder (Inch)
675 475

Milling
Finishing to