New Seco cutters enable smooth, problem-free disc milling

Seco Disc Mill Cutters 335.18 and 335.19. (Courtesy: Seco Tools)

To address the difficulties manufacturers face when performing disc milling operations in hard-to-machine materials, Seco Tools announces a new line of products, the 335.18 and 335.19 disc mill cutter bodies.

Close-pitch insert pockets improve stability and productivity, while plug-and-play internal coolant system further ensures the highest tool life and superior chip control. These features, as well as a new corrosion-resistant cutter body and indexable inserts with four cutting edges, allow these disc mills to outperform high-speed steel alternatives, especially in tough materials like sticky stainless steel, titanium and superalloys.

Designed for slotting operations between 4-12 mm and cutting-off operations from 4-8 mm, the 335.18 and 335.19 cutters are available in metric diameters ranging from 32 mm to 125 mm. Inch diameters range from 1.25 inches to 4 inches with widths from 0.156 inches to 0.50 inches. Inserts for these cutters are available with the full range of grades, edge geometries and corner radii (0.2-6.0 mm, 0.008″-0.236″). For the greatest flexibility and ease of use, as well as superior radial and axial reach, the 335.18 and 335.19 cutters use modular Combimaster™ connections.