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Ultimate high feed milling cutter series for maximum productivity

High-feed cutters reduce machining time in a wide range of applications

Applications & Features

High feedFace millingSlottingShoulder millingRampingPlungingHole enlarging

1. Complete high feed milling solutions


Insert size 02

Max. depth of cut: 0.5 mm
Tool diameter: ø8 – ø25 mm

  • Tool diameters as small as 8 mm
  • Highly reliable design
  • Perfect option for replacing solid end mills

Insert size 03

Max. depth of cut:
0.9 mm (UER), 1 mm (ZER)

Tool diameter: ø16 – ø50 mm

  • Close pitch cutter design for high productivity
  • Extensive lineup for various applications
  • New UER inserts with small approach angle for long tool life

Insert size 06

Max. depth of cut: 1.5 mm
Tool diameter: ø32 – ø200 mm

  • Close pitch cutter design for high productivity
  • Tool diameters available for up to 200 mm, ideal for rough milling of medium- and large-sized components
  • Wiper inserts for improved surface roughness

2. Cutter body design for maximum productivity

Extremely stiff body design with a large core

Close pitch cutter design for increased productivity

Tool diameter (mm) AddDoFeed DoFeed 03 DoFeed 06 Competitor
ø16 4 2 2
ø25 7 5 4
ø50 8 5 4

Inserts per diameter density comparisons: DoFeed series vs competitor’s high feed cutter

3. Reliable and economical inserts

Economical double-sided inserts with four cutting edges

Thick insert design for increased reliability

Inserts & Grades

Inserts

LN*U

  • Maximum depth of cut
    – LNMU02: 0.5 mm
    – LN*U03: 1.0 mm
    – LN*U06: 1.5 mm
Main Grades

AH130

  • High chipping and fracture resistance
  • Designed for machining austenitic stainless steel under general cutting conditions

AH3225

  • Good balance between wear and fracture resistance
  • Suitable for steel and stainless steel

AH725

  • Good balance between wear and chipping resistance
  • Suitable for machining steel and stainless steel under general cutting conditions

AH8015

  • Good balance between wear and fracture resistance
  • First choice for machining heat-resistant alloy under general cutting conditions

Cutter bodies

Shank Type

EXN (ø8 – ø40 mm)

Shank type for high-feed milling

Modular Type

HXN (ø8 – ø40 mm)

Modular head (TungFlex) for high-feed milling

Bore Type

TXN03 (ø40 – ø200 mm)

Bore type for high-feed milling

Practical examples

Part: Compressor shaft
Material: SNCM439 (42HRC)
Cutter: EXN02R010M10.0-02 (ø10, z = 2)
Insert: LNMU0202ZER-MM
Grade: AH3225
Cutting conditions: Vc = 180 (m/min)
fz = 0.6 (mm/t)
ap = 0.4 (mm)
ae = 10 (mm)
Application: Slotting
Coolant: Wet
Machine: Vertical M/C, BT30
Part: Gas turbine component
Material: SUH660
Cutter: EXN02R012M12.0-02 (ø12, z = 2)
Insert: LNMU0202ZER-MM
Grade: AH130
Cutting conditions: Vc = 60 (m/min)
fz = 0.5 (mm/t)
ap = 0.3 (mm)
ae = 8 (mm)
Application: Shoulder milling
Coolant: Wet
Machine: Vertical M/C, BT50
Part: EXN03R030M32.0-05 (ø30 mm, z = 5)
Material: Heat resistant cast steel
Cutter: EXN03R030M32.0-05 (ø30 mm, z = 5)
Insert: LNMU0303ZER-ML
Grade: AH725
Cutting conditions: Vc = 70 (m/min)
fz = 0.5 (mm/t)
ap = 0.5 (mm)
ae = 30 (mm)
Application: Shoulder milling
Coolant: Wet
Machine: Vertical M/C, BT50

Standard cutting conditions

AddDoFeed
ISO Workpiece materials Hardness Priority Grade Cutting speed
Vc (m/min)
Feed per tooth
fz (mm/t)
Tool dia.: DCX (mm), Number of revolutions: n (min-1), Feed speed: Vf (mm/min), Max. depth of cut: ap = 0.5 mm, Number of teeth: CICT
ø8, CICT = 1 ø10, CICT = 2 ø12, CICT = 2 ø16 ø20 ø25
n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf
CICT = 3 CICT = 4 CICT = 4 CICT = 5 CICT = 6 CICT = 7
Carbon steels
S45C, S55C, etc.
C45, C55, etc.
– 300HB First choice AH3225 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 7,960 6,370 6,370 10,200 5,310 8,500 3,980 9,560 12,740 3,180 10,180 12,720 2,550 12,240 14,280
– 300HB For wear resistance AH8015 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 0.8 mm/t
Alloy steels
SCM440, SCr415, etc.
42CrMo4, etc.
– 300HB First choice AH3225 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 7,960 6,370 6,370 10,200 5,310 8,500 3,980 9,560 12,740 3,180 10,180 12,720 2,550 12,240 14,280
– 300HB For wear resistance AH8015 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 0.8 mm/t
Prehardened steels
NAK80, PX5, etc.
30 – 40HRC First choice AH8015 100 – 200 0.2 – 0.8 5,970 2,990 4,780 4,780 3,980 3,980 2,990 4,490 5,980 2,390 4,780 5,980 1,910 5,730 6,690
30 – 40HRC For impact resistance AH3225 100 – 200 0.2 – 0.8 Vc = 150 m/min, fz = 0.5 mm/t
Stainless steels
SUS304, SUS316, etc.
X5CrNi18-9, X5CrNiMo17-12-2, etc.
– 200HB First choice AH130 100 – 150 0.2 – 0.8 4,780 2,390 3,820 3,820 3,190 3,190 2,390 3,590 4,780 1,910 3,820 4,780 1,530 4,590 5,360
Vc = 120 m/min, fz = 0.5 mm/t
Gray cast irons
FC250, FC300, etc.
250, 300, etc.
150 – 250HB First choice AH8015 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 7,960 6,370 6,370 10.200 5,310 8,500 3,980 9,560 12,740 3,180 10,180 12,720 2,550 12,240 14,280
150 – 250HB For impact resistance AH3225 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 0.8 mm/t
Ductile cast irons
FCD400, etc. 400-15, 600-3, etc.
150 – 250HB First choice AH8015 80 – 200 0.2 – 1.2 5,970 4,780 4,780 7,650 3,980 6,370 2,990 7,180 9,570 2,390 7,650 9,560 1,530 7,350 8,570
150 – 250HB For impact resistance AH3225 80 – 200 0.2 – 1.2 Vc = 150 m/min, fz = 0.8 mm/t
Titanium alloy
Ti-6Al-4V, etc.
– 40HRC First choice AH130 30 – 60 0.2 – 0.7 1,590 800 1,270 1,270 1,060 1,060 800 1,200 1,600 640 1,280 1,600 510 1,530 1,790
– 40HRC For wear resistance AH8015 30 – 60 0.2 – 0.7 Vc = 40 m/min, fz = 0.5 mm/t
Heat-resistant alloy
Inconel, Hastelloy, etc.
– 40HRC First choice AH8015 20 – 50 0.1 – 0.3 1,190 240 1,000 400 800 320 600 360 480 480 390 480 380 460 540
– 40HRC For impact resistance AH3225 20 – 50 0.1 – 0.3 Vc = 30 m/min, fz = 0.2 mm/t
Hardened steel SKD61, etc.
X40CrMoV5-1, etc.
40 – 50HRC First choice AH8015 80 – 150 0.1 – 0.5 4,780 1,440 3,820 2,300 3,190 1,920 2,390 2,160 2,870 1,910 2,300 2,870 1,530 2,760 3,220
40 – 50HRC For impact resistance AH3225 80 – 150 0.1 – 0.5 Vc = 120 m/min, fz = 0.3 mm/t
SKD11, etc.
X153CrMoV12, etc.
50~60HRC First choice AH8015 50 – 70 0.1 – 0.3 2,390 480 1,910 770 1,590 640 1,190 720 960 950 760 950 760 920 1,070
Vc = 60 m/min, fz = 0.2 mm/t
DoFeed 03 ZER
ZER type
ISO Workpiece materials Hardness Priority Grade Cutting speed
Vc (m/min)
Feed per tooth
fz (mm/t)
Tool dia.: DCX (mm), Number of revolutions: n (min-1), Feed speed: Vf (mm/min), Max. depth of cut: ap = 0.5 mm, Number of teeth: CICT
ø8, CICT = 1 ø10, CICT = 2 ø12, CICT = 2 ø16 ø20 ø25
n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf
CICT = 3 CICT = 4 CICT = 4 CICT = 5 CICT = 6 CICT = 7
Carbon steels
S45C, S55C, etc.
C45, C55, etc.
– 300HB First choice AH3225 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 7,960 6,370 6,370 10,200 5,310 8,500 3,980 9,560 12,740 3,180 10,180 12,720 2,550 12,240 14,280
– 300HB For wear resistance AH8015 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 0.8 mm/t
Alloy steels
SCM440, SCr415, etc.
42CrMo4, etc.
– 300HB First choice AH3225 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 7,960 6,370 6,370 10,200 5,310 8,500 3,980 9,560 12,740 3,180 10,180 12,720 2,550 12,240 14,280
– 300HB For wear resistance AH8015 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 0.8 mm/t
Prehardened steels
NAK80, PX5, etc.
30 – 40HRC First choice AH8015 100 – 200 0.2 – 0.8 5,970 2,990 4,780 4,780 3,980 3,980 2,990 4,490 5,980 2,390 4,780 5,980 1,910 5,730 6,690
30 – 40HRC For impact resistance AH3225 100 – 200 0.2 – 0.8 Vc = 150 m/min, fz = 0.5 mm/t
Stainless steels
SUS304, SUS316, etc.
X5CrNi18-9, X5CrNiMo17-12-2, etc.
– 200HB First choice AH130 100 – 150 0.2 – 0.8 4,780 2,390 3,820 3,820 3,190 3,190 2,390 3,590 4,780 1,910 3,820 4,780 1,530 4,590 5,360
Vc = 120 m/min, fz = 0.5 mm/t
Gray cast irons
FC250, FC300, etc.
250, 300, etc.
150 – 250HB First choice AH8015 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 7,960 6,370 6,370 10.200 5,310 8,500 3,980 9,560 12,740 3,180 10,180 12,720 2,550 12,240 14,280
150 – 250HB For impact resistance AH3225 100 – 300 0.2 – 1.2 Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 0.8 mm/t
Ductile cast irons
FCD400, etc. 400-15, 600-3, etc.
150 – 250HB First choice AH8015 80 – 200 0.2 – 1.2 5,970 4,780 4,780 7,650 3,980 6,370 2,990 7,180 9,570 2,390 7,650 9,560 1,530 7,350 8,570
150 – 250HB For impact resistance AH3225 80 – 200 0.2 – 1.2 Vc = 150 m/min, fz = 0.8 mm/t
Titanium alloy
Ti-6Al-4V, etc.
– 40HRC First choice AH130 30 – 60 0.2 – 0.7 1,590 800 1,270 1,270 1,060 1,060 800 1,200 1,600 640 1,280 1,600 510 1,530 1,790
– 40HRC For wear resistance AH8015 30 – 60 0.2 – 0.7 Vc = 40 m/min, fz = 0.5 mm/t
Heat-resistant alloy
Inconel, Hastelloy, etc.
– 40HRC First choice AH8015 20 – 50 0.1 – 0.3 1,190 240 1,000 400 800 320 600 360 480 480 390 480 380 460 540
– 40HRC For impact resistance AH3225 20 – 50 0.1 – 0.3 Vc = 30 m/min, fz = 0.2 mm/t
Hardened steel SKD61, etc.
X40CrMoV5-1, etc.
40 – 50HRC First choice AH8015 80 – 150 0.1 – 0.5 4,780 1,440 3,820 2,300 3,190 1,920 2,390 2,160 2,870 1,910 2,300 2,870 1,530 2,760 3,220
40 – 50HRC For impact resistance AH3225 80 – 150 0.1 – 0.5 Vc = 120 m/min, fz = 0.3 mm/t
SKD11, etc.
X153CrMoV12, etc.
50~60HRC First choice AH8015 50 – 70 0.1 – 0.3 2,390 480 1,910 770 1,590 640 1,190 720 960 950 760 950 760 920 1,070
Vc = 60 m/min, fz = 0.2 mm/t
  • When chips stay in the cutting zone during slotting or pocketing, use air blast to remove chips from the work area
  • Tool overhang length must be as short as possible to avoid chatter. When the tool overhang length is long, decrease the number of revolutions and feed
  • The above table shows the conditions for standard shank type cutters. When using long shank type cutters, the number of teeth may be different.
  • Cutting conditions are generally limited by the rigidity and power of the machine and the rigidity of the workpiece. When setting the conditions, start from half of the values of the standard cutting conditions and then increase the value gradually while making sure the machine is running normally
DoFeed 03 UER
UER type
ISO Workpiece material Hardness Priority Grade Chip-breaker Cutting
speed
Vc
(m/min)
Feed per tooth: fz (mm/t) Tool dia.: DCX (mm), Number of revolutions: n (min-1), Feed speed: Vf (mm/min), Max. depth of cut: ap = 0.5 mm, Number of teeth: CICT
Tool dia.: DCX (mm) Plunging ø16, CICT = 2 ø18, CICT = 2 ø20 ø22 ø25 ø28 ø30 ø32 ø35 ø40 ø50
ø16 – ø22 ø25 – ø50 n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf
CICT = 3 CICT = 4 CICT = 3 CICT = 4 CICT = 4 CICT = 5 CICT = 4 CICT = 5 CICT = 4 CICT = 5 CICT = 5 CICT = 6 CICT = 5 CICT = 6 CICT = 5 CICT = 6 CICT = 5 CICT = 8
Carbon steels
S45C, S55C, etc. C45, C55, etc.
– 300HB First choice AH3225 MJ 100 – 300 0.5 – 1.2 0.5 – 1.5 0.1 3,980 7,960 3,540 7,080 3,180 9,540 12,720 2,890 8,670 11,560 2,550 10,200 12,750 2,270 9,080 11,350 2,120 8,480 10,600 1,990 9,950 11,940 1,820 9,100 10,920 1,590 7,950 9,540 1,270 6,350 10,160
Low resistance ML Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 1 mm/t
Alloy steels
SCM440, SCr415, etc.
– 300HB First choice AH3225 MJ 100 – 300 0.5 – 1.2 0.5 – 1.5 0.1 3,980 7,960 3,540 7,080 3,180 9,540 12,720 2,890 8,670 11,560 2,550 10,200 12,750 2,270 9,080 11,350 2,120 8,480 10,600 1,990 9,950 11,940 1,820 9,100 10,920 1,590 7,950 9,540 1,270 6,350 10,160
Low resistance ML Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 1 mm/t
Prehardened steels
NAK80, PX5, etc.
30 – 40HRC First choice AH8015 MJ 100 – 200 0.5 – 1 0.5 – 1 0.1 2,980 4,770 2,650 4,240 2,390 5,740 7,650 2,170 5,210 6,950 1,910 6,120 7,640 1,710 5,480 6,840 1,590 5,090 6,360 1,490 5,960 7,160 1,360 5,440 6,530 1,190 4,760 5,720 950 3,800 6,080
for impact resistance AH3225 MJ Vc = 150 m/min, fz = 0.8 mm/t
Stainless steels
SUS304, X5CrNi18-9, etc.
– 200HB First choice AH130 ML 80 – 150 0.3 – 1 0.3 – 1 0.1 2,390 2,870 2,120 2,550 1,910 3,440 4,590 1,740 3,140 4,180 1,530 3,680 4,590 1,360 3,270 4,080 1,270 3,050 3,810 1,190 3,570 4,290 1,090 3,270 3,930 950 2,850 3,420 760 2,280 3,650
for impact resistance MJ Vc = 120 m/min, fz = 0.6 mm/t
Precipitation hardening stainless steels
SUS630, X5CrNiCuNb16-4, etc.
28HRC – First choice AH130 ML 80 – 150 0.3 – 0.8 0.3 – 0.8 0.1 2,390 2,390 2,120 2,120 1,910 2,870 3,820 1,740 2,610 3,480 1,530 3,060 3,830 1,360 2,720 3,400 1,270 2,540 3,180 1,190 2,980 3,570 1,090 2,730 3,270 950 2,380 2,850 760 1,900 3,040
for impact resistance MJ Vc = 120 m/min, fz = 0.5 mm/t
40HRC – First choice AH130 ML 80 – 120 0.3 – 0.5 0.3 – 0.5 0.1 1,990 1,600 1,770 1,420 1,590 1,910 2,550 1,450 1,740 2,320 1,270 2,040 2,540 1,140 1,830 2,280 1,060 1,700 2,120 990 1,980 2,380 910 1,820 2,190 800 1,600 1,920 640 1,280 2,050
for impact resistance MJ Vc = 100 m/min, fz = 0.4 mm/t
Gray cast irons
FC250, GG25, 250, etc.
150 – 250HB First choice AH8015 MJ 100 – 300 0.5 – 1.2 0.5 – 1.5 0.1 3,980 7,960 3,540 7,080 3,180 9,540 12,720 2,890 8,670 11,560 2,550 10,200 12,750 2,270 9,080 11,350 2,120 8,480 10,600 1,990 9,950 11,940 1,820 9,100 10,920 1,590 7,950 9,540 1,270 6,350 10,160
for impact resistance AH3225 MJ Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 1 mm/t
Ductile cast irons
FCD400, etc.
150 – 250HB First choice AH8015 MJ 80 – 200 0.5 – 1.2 0.5 – 1.5 0.1 2,980 5,960 2,650 5,300 2,390 7,170 9,560 2,170 6,510 8,680 1,910 7,640 9,550 1,710 6,840 8,550 1,590 6,360 7,950 1,490 7,450 8,940 1,360 6,800 8,160 1,190 5,950 7,140 950 4,750 7,600
for impact resistance AH3225 MJ Vc = 150 m/min, fz = 1 mm/t
Titanium alloy
Ti-6Al-4V, etc.
– 40HRC First choice AH130 MJ 30 – 60 0.3 – 0.8 0.3 – 0.8 0.08 800 960 710 860 640 1,160 1,540 580 1,050 1,400 510 1,230 1,530 450 1,080 1,350 420 1,010 1,260 400 1,200 1,440 360 1,080 1,300 320 960 1,160 250 750 1,200
for wear resistance AH8015 MJ Vc = 40 m/min, fz = 0.6 mm/t
Heat-resistant alloy
Inconel, Hastelloy, etc.
– 40HRC First choice AH8015 ML 20 – 50 0.2 – 0.5 0.2 – 0.5 0.05 600 360 530 320 480 440 580 430 390 520 380 460 570 340 410 510 320 390 480 300 450 540 270 410 490 240 360 440 190 290 460
for impact resistance MJ Vc = 30 m/min, fz = 0.3 mm/t
Hot mold steel
SKD61, X40CrMoV5-1, etc.
40 – 50HRC First choice AH8015 MJ 80 – 150 0.1 – 0.5 0.1 – 0.5 0.05 2,390 1,440 2,120 1,280 1,910 1,720 2,300 1,740 1,570 2,090 1,530 1,840 2,300 1,360 1,640 2,040 1,270 1,530 1,910 1,190 1,790 2,150 1,090 1,640 1,970 950 1,430 1,710 760 1,140 1,830
for impact resistance AH3225 MJ Vc = 120 m/min, fz = 0.3 mm/t
Hot mold steel of D.T.C materials
DAC**, DH**, DIEVER, etc
40 – 50HRC First choice AH8015 MJ 50 – 100 0.1 – 0.5 0.1 – 0.5 0.05 1,590 960 1,410 850 1,270 1,150 1,530 1,160 1,050 1,400 1,020 1,230 1,530 910 1,100 1,370 850 1,020 1,280 800 1,200 1,440 730 1,100 1,320 640 960 1,160 510 770 1,230
for impact resistance AH3225 MJ Vc = 80 m/min, fz = 0.3 mm/t
Cold mold steels
SKD11, X153CrMoV12, etc.
50 – 60HRC First choice AH8005 MJ 50 – 70 0.1 – 0.3 0.1 – 0.3 0.03 1,190 480 1,060 430 950 570 760 870 530 700 760 610 760 680 550 680 640 520 640 600 600 720 550 550 660 480 480 580 380 380 610
Vc = 60 m/min, fz = 0.2 mm/t
  • When chips stay in the cutting zone during slotting or pocketing, use air blast to remove chips from the work area
  • Tool overhang length must be as short as possible to avoid chatter. When the tool overhang length is long, decrease the number of revolutions and feed
  • The above table shows the conditions for standard shank type cutters. When using long shank type cutters, the number of teeth may be different.
  • Cutting conditions are generally limited by the rigidity and power of the machine and the rigidity of the workpiece. When setting the conditions, start from half of the values of the standard cutting conditions and then increase the value gradually while making sure the machine is running normally
DoFeed 06
ISO Workpiece materials Hardness Priority Grade Chip-breaker Cutting
speed Vc
(m/min)
Feed per tooth: fz (mm/t) Tool dia.: DCX (mm), Number of revolutions: n (min-1), Feed speed: Vf (mm/min), Max. depth of cut: ap = 1.5 mm, Number of teeth: CICT
Tool dia.: DCX (mm) Plunging ø32, CICT = 2 ø35, CICT = 2 ø40, CICT = 3 ø50 ø63 ø80 ø100, CICT = 6 ø125, CICT = 8 ø160, CICT = 10 ø200, CICT = 12
n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf n Vf
ø32 – ø200 CICT = 4 CICT = 5 CICT = 4 CICT = 6 CICT = 5 CICT = 8
Carbon steels
S45C, S55C, etc. C45, C55, etc.
– 300HB First choice AH3225 MJ 100 – 300 0.5 – 1.5 0.15 1,990 3,980 1,820 3,640 1,590 4,770 1,270 5,080 6,350 1,010 4,040 6,060 800 4,000 6,400 640 3,820 510 4,080 400 3,980 320 3,820
Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 1.0 mm/t
Alloy steels
SCM440, SCr415, etc.
– 300HB First choice AH3225 MJ 100 – 200 0.5 – 1.5 0.15 1,990 3,980 1,820 3,640 1,590 4,770 1,270 5,080 6,350 1,010 4,040 6,060 800 4,000 6,400 640 3,820 510 4,080 400 3,980 320 3,820
Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 1.0 mm/t
Prehardened steels
NAK80, PX5, etc.
30 –
40HRC
First choice AH3225 MJ 100 – 200 0.5 – 1.2 0.15 1,490 2,380 1,360 2,180 1,190 2,860 950 3,040 3,800 760 2,430 3,650 600 2,400 3,840 480 2,290 380 2,450 300 2,390 240 2,290
Vc = 150 m/min, fz = 0.8 mm/t
30 –
40HRC
for wear resistance AH8015 MJ 100 – 200 0.5 – 1.5 0.15 1,490 2,980 1,360 2,720 1,190 3,570 950 3,800 4,750 760 3,040 4,560 600 3,000 4,800 480 2,880 380 3,040 300 3,000 240 2,880
Vc = 150 m/min, fz = 1.0 mm/t
Stainless steels
SUS304, X5CrNi18-9, etc.
– 200HB First choice AH130 ML 80 – 150 0.3 – 0.8 0.1 1,190 1,430 1,090 1,310 950 1,710 760 1,820 2,280 610 1,470 2,200 480 1,440 2,300 380 1,380 310 1,470 240 1,430 190 1,380
Vc = 120 m/min, fz = 0.6 mm/t
Precipitation hardening stainless steels
SUS630, X5CrNiCuNb16-4, etc.
28HRC-(H1150) First choice AH130 MS 80 – 150 0.2 – 0.5 0.1 1,190 710 1,090 650 960 860 760 910 1,140 610 730 1,100 480 720 1,150 380 680 310 740 240 720 190 680
for wear resistance AH3225 MS Vc = 120 m/min, fz = 0.3 mm/t
40HRC –
(H900)
First choice AH3035 ML 80 – 120 0.1 – 0.3 0.1 1,000 400 910 360 800 480 640 510 640 510 410 610 400 400 640 320 380 260 420 200 400 160 380
for impact resistance AH3035 MJ Vc = 100 m/min, fz = 0.2 mm/t
Gray cast irons
FC250, GG25, 250, etc.
150 –
250HB
First choice AH120 MJ 100 – 300 0.5 – 1.5 0.15 1,990 3,980 1,820 3,640 1,590 4,770 1,270 5,080 6,350 1,010 4,040 6,060 800 4,000 6,400 640 3,820 510 4,080 400 3,980 320 3,820
Vc = 200 m/min, fz = 1.0 mm/t
150 –
250HB
First choice AH120 MJ 80 – 200 0.5 – 1.5 0.15 1,490 2,980 1,360 2,720 1,190 3,570 950 3,800 4,750 760 3,040 4,560 600 3,000 4,800 480 2,870 380 3,060 300 2,990 240 2,870
Vc = 150 m/min, fz = 1.0 mm/t
Titanium alloy
Ti-6Al-4V, etc.
– 40HRC First choice AH130 ML 30 – 60 0.3 – 0.7 0.08 400 400 360 360 320 480 250 500 630 200 400 600 160 400 640 130 380 100 410 80 400 60 380
for impact resistance AH130 MJ Vc = 40 m/min, fz = 0.5 mm/t
Heat-resistant alloy
Inconel, Hastelloy, etc.
– 40HRC First choice AH8015 ML 20 – 50 0.1 – 0.3 0.05 300 120 270 110 240 140 190 150 190 150 120 180 120 120 190 100 120 80 120 60 120 50 120
for impact resistance AH725 ML Vc = 30 m/min, fz = 0.2 mm/t
Hot mold steel
SKD61, X40CrMoV5-1, etc.
40 –
55HRC
First choice AH8015 MH 80 – 150 0.1 – 0.5 0.05 1,190 710 1,090 650 950 850 760 910 1,140 610 730 1,100 480 720 1,150 380 680 310 740 240 720 190 680
Low resistance AH8015 MJ 0.1 – 0.3 Vc = 120 m/min, fz = 0.3mm/t
Hot mold steel of D.T.C materials
DAC**, DH**, DIEVER, etc
40 –
55HRC
First choice AH8015 MJ 50-100 0.1 – 0.3 0.05 800 320 730 290 640 380 510 410 510 400 320 480 320 320 510 250 300 200 320 160 320 130 310
for impact resistance AH8015 MH 0.1 – 0.5 Vc = 80 m/min, fz = 0.2mm/t
Cold mold steels
SKD11,
X153CrMoV12, etc.
55 –
60HRC
First choice AH8005 MH 50 – 70 0.05 – 0.3 0.03 600 120 550 110 480 140 380 150 190 300 120 180 240 120 190 190 110 150 120 120 120 100 120
Vc = 60 m/min, fz = 0.1 mm/t
55 –
60HRC
for impact resistance AH8015 MH 50 – 70 0.05 – 0.3 0.03 600 60 550 55 480 70 380 75 95 300 60 90 240 60 95 190 55 150 60 120 60 100 60
Vc = 60 m/min, fz = 0.05 mm/t
  • The above table shows the conditions for standard shank type cutters. When using long shank type cutters, the number of teeth may be different.
  • Cutting conditions are generally limited by the rigidity and power of the machine and the rigidity of the workpiece. When setting the conditions, start from half of the values of the standard cutting conditions and then increase the value gradually while making sure the machine is running normally

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