Guhring (Hall 19, Stand 210) will be introducing new product lines alongside established ranges, a number of which will be cutting live on a Grob five-axis machining centre. From its milling portfolio, Guhring will be giving a MACH debut to the new RF100 Sharp series of end mills. Designed to address the issue of machining soft, tough and high-alloyed materials that create an issue with swarf clearance, the RF100 Sharp series is Guhring’s sharpest solid-carbide milling tool to date.
The RF100 Sharp demonstrates smooth cutting action and chip removal, making it suitable for slotting, ramping, roughing, helical milling, finishing and trochoidal cutting. These four-flute end mills are designed to machine steel, stainless steel, aluminium alloys and other challenging materials. The RF100 Sharp is available in all common sizes up to 20 mm diameter. Depending upon the chosen diameter, the RF100 Sharp comes with an overall length from 50 to 104 mm, and a flute length from 3 to 41 mm.
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