Seco’s new family of solid carbide milling cutters, Jabro-Solid², is designed to set a new efficiency standard in all General Machining operations.
In Seco Cut™, Jabro-Solid² cutting data is available for Seco material group 1 to 15.
These easy-to-use, versatile square shoulder end mills provide full machining flexibility at an excellent price-performance ratio in all workpiece materials.
THREE FAMILIES FOR ALL GENERAL MACHINING TASKS
JS510 series – Versatile tools for all basic operations in steel, stainless steel and cast irons
- 2 and 3-fluted cutters for slotting and side milling
- 4-fluted cutters for side milling operations
- Increased core diameter increases stability and allows for larger cuts
- Siron-A coating provides long too life
JS520-series - For general machining with flexibility, speed and cost efficiency.
- Differential flute spacing
- to avoid vibrations
- Large core diameter
- for more stability
- Radial relief
- gives a stronger cutting edge
- Defined edge preparation
- Polished Siron-A coating
- gives increased tool life
- 5-8 flutes
JS530-series - A full range of versatile solid carbide ball nose cutters
- All tools can be used in 2.5D - 3D machining applications in a broad range of materials
- Reduction of programming time and easier programming due to R-nominal with DC=e8 tolerances.
- Stronger tooth improves process stability
- Increased tool life and improved workpiece finish quality
- Correct workpiece dimensions at higher feed rates
- Reduced re-work
JS550 series – Higher performance tools for
all workpiece materials
- Double core design provides extra stability and reduces tool deflection thus allowing for higher cutting data
- 3 and 4-flute designs for slotting and side milling
- Differential pitch design for chatter free machining
- Polished Siron-A allows for very smooth chip flow and enhances tool life.
- Corner radii from 0.5 to 4 mm.
JS550 long versions (L) with chip splitters are stable square end mills featuring a long cutting edge, which makes them suitable for dynamic milling. This method is used for large cutting depths combined with a relatively small radial engagement at high speeds and feed rates.
Requiring CAM programming, the dynamic milling method can increase removal rates up to 500 percent compared to traditional methods.