TungRec

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Excellent surface finish and wall accuracy in shoulder milling

Helical cutting edge and large axial rake angle on insert provide smooth cutting in semi-finishing operation

Applications & Features

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1. Inserts

• Helical cutting edge for high wall accuracy.
• Wiper edge for excellent surface finish.
• Optimized rake angle for sharpness and reliability.
• 4 chipbreaker types for a wide range of applications.
• Corner radius range up to 3.2 mm (0.126″).
• Available in DLC coating and cermet inserts.

2. Cutter body

• Air holes for improved chip evacuation.
• Available in coarse- and close-pitch, and long shank cutters.

Inserts & Grades

Inserts

AO*T07/18

  • Maximum depth of cut
    – AO*T07: 7 mm
    – AO*T18: 16.7 mm

AS*T11

  • Maximum depth of cut: 10.6 mm

ASGW11

  • Maximum depth of cut: 4.5 mm
Main Grades

AH3225

  • Good balance between wear and fracture resistance

  • Suitable for steel and stainless steel

T1215

  • Good balance between wear and chipping resistance

  • Suitable for milling cast iron

DX110

  • Excellent sharpness for high surface quality

  • Suitable for fi nishing non-ferrous metal and nonmetal

Cutter bodies

Shank Type

EPO (ø12 – ø63mm)

High precision shoulder square endmills

  • EPO07
    – Tool dia.: ø12 – ø28 mm
    – Insert: AO*T07
  • EPO11
    – Tool dia.: ø12 – ø50 mm
    – Insert: AS*T11 / ASGW11
  • EPO18
    – Tool dia.: ø25 – ø63 mm
    – Insert: AO*T18
Shank Type

ELS11 (ø25 – ø40mm)

Highly productive endmills for roughing

– Insert: AS*T11

Modular Type

HPO (ø12 – ø32mm)

High precision shoulder square endmills (TungRec) with TungFlex

  • HPO07
    – Tool dia.: ø12 – ø25 mm
    – Insert: AO*T07
  • HPO11
    – Tool dia.: ø20 – ø32 mm
    – Insert: AS*T11 / ASGW11
Bore Type

TPO (ø32 – ø160 mm)

High precision shoulder square mills

  • TPO07
    – Tool dia.: ø32 – ø50mm
    – Insert: AO*T07
  • TPO11
    – Tool dia.: ø40 – 100 mm
    – Insert: AS*T11 / ASGW11
  • TPO18
    – Tool dia.: ø40 – ø160mm
    – Insert: AO*T18
Bore Type

TLS11 (ø50mm)

Highly productive shoulder square mills for roughing

– Insert: AS*T11

Practical examples

Part: Machine parts
Material: SCM440 / 42CrMo4
Cutter: TPO07R040M16.0E10 (ø40, z = 10)
Insert: AOMT070208PDPR-MJ
Grade: AH725
Cutting conditions: Vc = 130 (m/min)
fz = 0.1 (mm/t)
Vf = 1000 (mm/min)
ap = 3.0 (mm)
ae = ~ 30 (mm)
Application: Shoulder milling
Coolant: Dry
Machine: Vertical MC, BT40
Part: Compressor parts
Material: SS400 / E275A
Cutter: EPS11033RSB (ø33, z = 5)
Insert: ASMT11T304PDPR-MJ
Grade: NS740
Cutting conditions: Vc = 150 (m/min)
fz = 0.13 (mm/t)
Vf = 940 (mm/min)
ap = 5 (mm)
ae = 15 (mm)
Application: Shoulder milling
Coolant: Dry
Machine: Vertical MC, BT50
Part: Machine parts
Material: SS400 / E275A
Cutter: TLS11R050M22.0E04
Insert: ASMT11T308PDPR-MJ
Grade: AH725
Cutting conditions: Vc = 150 (m/min)
fz = 0.17 (mm/t)
Vf = 649 (mm/min)
ap = 40 (mm)
ae = 5 (mm)
Application: Shoulder milling
Coolant: Dry
Machine: Vertical MC, BT50

Standard cutting conditions

TPO07 / EPO07 / HPO07
ISO Workpiece material Hardness
HB
Grade Cutting speed
Vc (m/min)
Feed per tooth: fz (mm/t)
MJ HJ AJ
Low carbon steel
S15C, etc.
C15E4, etc.
< 200 AH725 90 – 200 0.05 – 0.1 0.4 – 0.9
High carbon steel and alloy steel
S55C, SCM440, etc.
C55, 42CrMo4, etc.
200 – 300 AH725 90 – 150 0.05 – 0.1 0.4 – 0.9
Tool steel
SKD11, etc.
X153CrMoV12, etc.
150 – 300 AH725 80 – 120 0.05 – 0.1 0.4 – 0.9
Stainless steel
SUS304, etc.
X5CrNi18-9, etc.
AH140 90 – 150 0.05 – 0.1 0.4 – 0.9
Grey cast irons
FC250, etc.
250, etc.
150 – 250 AH725 100 – 180 0.05 – 0.1 0.4 – 0.9
Ductile cast irons
FCD450, etc.
450-10S, etc.
150 – 250 AH725 80 – 150 0.05 – 0.1 0.4 – 0.9
Aluminium alloys
Si < 13%
KS15F 300 – 1000 0.08 – 0.2
Aluminium alloys
Si ≥ 13%
KS15F 100 – 200 0.08 – 0.2
Titanium alloys
Ti-6Al-4V, etc.
AH725 20 – 50 0.05 – 0.1 0.4 – 0.9
Superalloys
Inconel 718, etc.
AH725 20 – 35 0.05 – 0.08 0.2 – 0.6
  • To remove excessive chip accumulation use an air blast.
  • To avoid build up edge on the cutting edges (aluminium machining), use a water soluble coolant.
  • When cutting an interrupted surface or a casted skin, the feed per tooth (fz) should be reduced to the lower recommended value shown in the above table.
  • Cutting conditions are limited by machine power, workpiece rigidity, and spindle output. When the cutting width, depth, or overhang length is large, set Vc and fz to the lower recommended values and check the machine power and vibration.
TPO11 / EPO11 / HPO11
ISO Workpiece material Hardness
HB
Priority Grade Cutting speed
Vc (m/min)
Feed per tooth: fz (mm/t)
MJ MS AJ
Low carbon steel
S15C, etc.
C15E4, etc.
< 200 First choice AH3225 100 – 250 0.1 – 0.2
< 200 For wear resistance T3225 100 – 250 0.1 – 0.2
< 200 Surface quality NS740 100 – 250 0.05 – 0.15
High carbon steel, Alloy steel
S45C, SCM440, etc.
C45, 42CrMo4, etc.
200 – 300 First choice AH3225 100 – 200 0.1 – 0.15
200 – 300 For wear resistance T3225 100 – 200 0.1 – 0.15
200 – 300 Surface quality NS740 100 – 200 0.05 – 0.12
Tool steel
SKD61, etc.
X40CrMoV5-1, etc.
150 – 300 First choice AH3225 100 – 150 0.1 – 0.15
150 – 300 For wear resistance T3225 100 – 150 0.1 – 0.15
Stainless steel
SUS304, etc.
X5CrNi18-9, etc.
First choice AH3225 80 – 200 0.08 – 0.2
For wear resistance AH130 80 – 200 0.08 – 0.2
Grey cast irons
FC250, etc.
250, etc.
150 – 250 First choice AH120 100 – 250 0.12 – 0.2
150 – 250 For wear resistance T1215 100 – 250 0.12 – 0.2
Ductile cast irons
FCD450, etc.
400-15S, etc.
150 – 250 First choice AH120 80 – 200 0.12 – 0.2
150 – 250 For wear resistance T1215 80 – 200 0.12 – 0.2
Aluminium alloys
Si < 13%
First choice DS1100 300 – 1000 0.05 – 0.2
For wear resistance DX110 500 – 2,000 0.05 – 0.2
Aluminium alloys
Si ≥ 13%
First choice DS1100 100 – 200 0.05 – 0.2
For wear resistance DX110 200 – 800 0.05 – 0.2
Copper alloys First choice KS05F 200 – 500 0.05 – 0.2
For wear resistance DX110 200 – 500 0.05 – 0.2
Titanium alloys
Ti-6Al-4V, etc.
First choice AH130 20 – 60 0.08 – 0.13
For fracture resistance AH3225 20 – 60 0.08 – 0.13
Superalloys
Inconel718, etc.
First choice AH725 20 – 40 0.08 – 0.13
For fracture resistance AH130 20 – 40 0.08 – 0.13
For wear resistance AH120 20 – 40 0.08 – 0.13
Hardened
steel
SKD61, etc.
X40CrMoV5-1, etc.
40 – 50 HRC First choice AH725 45 – 70 0.04 – 0.08
SKD11, etc.
X153CrMoV12, etc.
50- 60 HRC First choice AH725 40 – 65 0.04 – 0.06
TLS11 / ELS11
ISO Workpiece material Hardness
HB
Priority Grade Cutting speed
Vc (m/min)
Feed per tooth: fz (mm/t)
MJ MS AJ
Low carbon steel
S15C, etc.
C15E4, etc.
< 200 First choice AH3225 100 – 250 0.10 – 0.18
< 200 For wear resistance T3225 100 – 250 0.10 – 0.18
High carbon steel, Alloy steel
S45C, SCM440, etc.
C45, 42CrMo4, etc.
200 – 300 First choice AH3225 100 – 200 0.08 – 0.14
200 – 300 For wear resistance T3225 100 – 200 0.08 – 0.14
Tool steel
SKD61, etc.
X40CrMoV5-1, etc.
150 – 300 First choice AH3225 100 – 200 0.08 – 0.14
150 – 300 For wear resistance T3225 100 – 200 0.08 – 0.14
Stainless steel
SUS304, etc.
X5CrNi18-9, etc.
First choice AH3225 100 – 150 0.08 – 0.15
For wear resistance AH130 100 – 150 0.08 – 0.15
Grey cast irons
FC250, etc.
250, etc.
150 – 250 First choice AH120 100 – 250 0.10 – 0.18
150 – 250 For wear resistance T1215 100 – 250 0.10 – 0.18
Ductile cast irons
FCD450, etc.
400-15S, etc.
150 – 250 First choice AH120 80 – 200 0.10 – 0.18
150 – 250 For wear resistance T1215 80 – 200 0.10 – 0.18
Aluminium alloys
Si < 13%
First choice DS1100 200 – 500 0.05 – 0.18
Aluminium alloys
Si ≥ 13%
First choice DS1100 100 – 200 0.05 – 0.18
Titanium alloys
Ti-6AI-4V, etc.
First choice AH130 20 – 60 0.08 – 0.14
For fracture resistance AH3225 20 – 60 0.08 – 0.14
Superalloys
Inconel718, etc.
First choice AH725 20 – 40 0.06 – 0.12
For wear resistance AH130 20 – 40 0.06 – 0.12
For wear resistance AH3225 20 – 40 0.06 – 0.12
  • To remove excessive chip accumulation use an air blast.
  • To avoid build up edge on the cutting edges (aluminium machining), use a water soluble coolant.
  • When cutting an interrupted surface or a casted skin, the feed per tooth (fz) should be reduced to the lower recommended value shown in the above table.
  • Cutting conditions are limited by machine power, workpiece rigidity, and spindle output. When the cutting width, depth, or overhang length is large, set Vc and fz to the lower recommended values and check the machine power and vibration.
ISO Workpiece material Brinell hardness HB Priority Cutting speed Vc (m/min) fz (mm/t)
MJ AJ
Low carbon steel S15C, etc. C15E4, etc. – 200 AH725 100 – 250 0.08 – 0.25
High carbon steel and alloy steel S55C, SCM440, etc. C55, 42CrMo4, etc. 200 – 300 AH725 100 – 230 0.08 – 0.2
Tool steel SKD11, etc. X153CrMoV12, etc. 150 – 300 AH725 100 – 180 0.08 – 0.2
Stainless steel SUS304, etc. X5CrNi18-9, etc. AH140 90 – 200 0.08 – 0.2
Grey cast irons FC250, etc. 250, etc. 150 – 250 AH725 140 – 250 0.08 – 0.25
Ductile cast irons FCD450, etc. 450-10S, etc. 150 – 250 AH725 110 – 200 0.08 – 0.25
Aluminium alloys Si < 13% KS15F 300 – 1000 0.05 – 0.25
Aluminium alloys Si ≥ 13% KS15F 100 – 200 0.05 – 0.25
Titanium alloys Ti-6AI-4V, etc. AH725 20 – 60 0.08 – 0.18
Superalloys Inconel718, etc. AH725 20 – 40 0.08 – 0.15
  • To remove excessive chip accumulation use an air blast.
  • To avoid build up edge on the cutting edges (aluminium machining), use a water soluble coolant.
  • When cutting an interrupted surface or a casted skin, the feed per tooth (fz) should be reduced to the lower recommended value shown in the above table.
  • Cutting conditions are limited by machine power, workpiece rigidity, and spindle output. When the cutting width, depth, or overhang length is large, set Vc and fz to the lower recommended values and check the machine power and vibration.

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