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For Machining of Aluminium and Titanium Alloys

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Multi-Functional Milling Cutter
with Unique Technology for
High-Speed and High Efficiency
Machining

Features

Multi Functional Milling

AXD Series for excellent multi-functional performance.

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Designed for high speed, efficiency and safety

At high spindle speeds the double clamping screws prevent insert displacement caused by centrifugal force. The double clamping offers both reliability and safety.

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High Spindle Speeds Possible

Safe and reliable high spindle speed milling can be achieved due to the use of double screw clamping and MITSUBISHI MATERIALS' proprietary “Anti Fly Insert” mechanism (Double AFI).

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High Balance Quality

To prevent vibration under high spindle speeds the holder is balanced to G6.3 or better at 10000min--1, according to the ISO1940 standard. (The holder is balanced without the inserts and the screws in place.)

Grade Features

Al-Ti-Cr-N accumulated coating series-MP6100/MP9100

A fusion of separate coating technologies; PVD and multi-layering provides extra toughness.

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DLC coated LC15TF

DLC coating prevents the chips from welding to the rake face that provides improved surface finishes and high efficiency machining. LC15TF can be used for both wet and dry machining.

Micro-Grain Cemented Carbide TF15

Micro-grain cemented carbide with superior resistance to wear and fracturing. TF15 ensures stable cutting and efficient machining of aluminium alloys. The special mirror treatment on the rake face prevents chip welding for reliability and longer tool life.

GM breaker/GL,GLAbreaker

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Selection of insert

It is necessary to choose the best insert according to the cutting conditions. Please select an insert from the tables below.
The first recommendation for stable cutting conditions is the GL breaker with a strong cutting edge.

Selection of insert according to the feed per tooth and the required cutting depth

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Selection of insert according to the width of cut and the required cutting depth

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First recommendation for machining aluminium alloys is the GL breaker.
Under high-load conditions such as deep or high feed cutting, it is advisable to use the GM breaker.

Selection of insert according to cutting edge

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Selection of insert according to wear resistance

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Correct Use of the AXD4000 and AXD7000

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Technical Data

Excellent Wall Accuracy

Specially designed G-class inserts with a helical cutting edge for excellent wall accuracy.

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Low Resistance Inserts

An optimised helical flank and a flank angle offer cutting edge strength and provide a large rake angle to reduce cutting resistance. Additionally a convex cutting edge is incorporated to ensure effective chip flow.

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Comparison of surface finishes
Improved surface finishes by reducing feed marks

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Cutting performance on Ti-6AL-4V
Stable tool life under high-load conditions

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Cutting Performance

Cutting of cast aluminium alloy : Si content 9%

2.3 times longer tool life due to a tougher cutting edge & PVD coating

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APPLICATION EXAMPLES

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Please note that the machining performed in the application examples is dependent on the rigidity of the machine used and the rigidity of the workpiece and clamping.

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