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UNICUT MILLING CUTTERS ARE CUTTERS WHICH ALWAYS HAVE A SPECIFIC PURPOSE
YOU YOURSELVES CAN COMPARE DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO MATERIAL REMOVAL:
On the left: Pocket widening using trochoidal milling with Ae=0.1 up to 0.2xD. The method achieves productivity using high revolutions per minute and feed. Both the machine and the milling cutter "run" many kilometres. Lower cutting forces. Suitable for smaller, quick machines.
On the right: Pocket widening using peeling milling with Ae=0.7 up to 0.95xD. The same or higher chip cutting performance, slightly higher cutting forces, silent operation free of vibrations, lower speed and feed. UniCut preferred method. PocketMaster and 2D-JET are the optimized tools. They are ideal for heavier machines.
On the left: Production of a cavity using a high-speed milling cutter: a suitable solution for deeper applications and other than perpendicular walls.
On the right: Production of a perpendicular using peeling milling: a suitable solution for depths of up to 3xD. Multiple chip removal rate. It can get farther in corners. PocketMaster and 2D-JET are the optimized tools. UniCut preferred solution.
On the left: Peripheral banding of a high wall with inserted end mill. Advantage: unlimited height of the wall when using appropriate long holder.
On the right: Peripheral milling in single passage. Can get further in corners. It is usually faster. More teeth in engagement and more silent operation. PocketMaster, FrameCut and SuperSlim are the optimized tools. UniCut preferred solution.
On the left: Deep pocket or groove milled with a long necked end mill. Unsuitable for roughing, cutting forces cause considerable bending and vibrations. Bottom and wall finishing is OK.
On the right: Deep pocket or groove milled with TurboJet: Cutting forces aimed more in the axis, stable process up to Ap=6xD, screw conveyor on the shank prevents in jamming of loose chips. UniCut preferred solution.