Seco’s Jabro-Mini JM500 range comprises over 180 different end mills. All have been specifically designed for machining small and nano-sized parts typically found in the aerospace, medical and 3C (Computers, Consumer Electronics, Communication) sectors.
Machining very small components with often intricate micro-features are difficult to see and check – and, as a consequence, require cutting tools that deliver process reliability, predictable cutting performance and tool life.
Jabro-Mini JM500 cutting tools meet these criteria and feature optimised grades, geometries and coatings that produce exceptional surface finishes on components made from steel, stainless steel, heat-resistant super alloys and titanium.
The geometries incorporate 30-degree helixes and 3-degree rakes and are available in torical and ball-nose cutters with two, three and four flutes.
The tools’ carbide grade and polished SIRA coating means the tools deliver improved and cost-effective performance.
Jabro-Mini JM500 end mills are available with DMM 4mm and DMM 6mm shank diameters – and with seven different overhang lengths from 2 to 20 DC, and with 0.2mm to 3mm flute diameters.
With such a wide selection, customers can separate their machining operations into distinct stages and use the shortest-possible tool overhangs (at each stage) to minimise tool deflection.
By adopting this strategy, Seco estimates that customers can save machining time (by as much as 50%) and increase feed rates – thereby reducing cycle times and improving productivity.