|Mill Diameter Measurement System:||Inch|
|Number of Flutes:||3|
|Center Cutting:||Center Cutting|
|Mill Diameter:||3⁄16 in|
|Length of Cut:||9⁄16 in|
|Overall Length:||2 in|
|Shank Diameter:||3⁄16 in|
|Helix Angle:||30 °|
|Single or Double End:||Single|
|Material Application (First Choice):||Steel; Cast Iron; Nonferrous Metals|
|Cutting Application:||Profiling; Plunging; Peripheral Cutting; Slotting|
|Cutting Direction:||Right Hand|
|End Shape:||Square End|
|Extended Reach Neck:||No|
|Features:||Ultra Smooth Flutes; Refined Geometry; High Performance|
|Flute Spiral Direction:||Right Hand Spiral|
|Material Application (Secondary Choice):||Copper Alloys; Aluminum Alloys; Cast Aluminum|
|Material Application ISO Number (Secondary Choice):||N2; N1; N|
|Mill Diameter Tolerance:||+0.000 in/-0.002 in|
|Miniature End Mill:||Yes|
|Number of Coolant Holes:||0|
|Roughing Type:||Roughing and Finishing|
|Shank Type:||Plain Round|
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- Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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About Square End Mills
Create features with sharp inside corners using square end mills, which have a square nose at the tip of the tool. Square end mills are commonly used for counterboring, side and face milling, and milling square shoulders.
In general, end mills with more flutes allow a higher feed rate, while end mills with fewer flutes permit faster chip clearance. For best results, choose the shortest end mill that will work for your application.
Made from solid carbide, these end mills provide good wear resistance when milling the toughest materials, such as cast iron, nonferrous alloys, and glass, but they require rigid tool setups because they are brittle.