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HEPYC INCORPORATES THE NEW INTERPOLATION THREAD MILLING CUTTERS INTO ITS CATALOG

03 June, 2022

HEPYC incorporates interpolation thread milling cutters in its 2022-2024 catalogue. With this tool, threading and deburring is carried out in a single operation on very hard materials.

They are milling cutters made of Integral Hard Metal (HM-MD) and with a multilayer coating of TiAlCN (Titanium-Aluminum Carbonitride) that allows it to reach maximum temperatures of 500ºC, with a Vickers hardness (HV) of 3,800, a coefficient of friction of 0.4. They are manufactured with a 15º geometry, a characteristic that gives them a lower probability of breakage during the machining process itself.

These interpolation thread milling cutters are suitable for threading practically all types of materials, although they are ideal for materials above 50 HRC.

The advantages of using this type of tool can be summarized in 3 points:

  • Threading in difficult-to-machine materials (up to HRC 65)
  • Flexible tool, same thread mill for:
          
    Left and right hand thread
          Different diameters, as long as the pitch is the same
          Blind and through holes
          For different profiles: W, BSPT, PG, NPT, NPTF and NPSF
  • Threading and deburring in a single operation (ThreadBurr)

They have a range in M ​​from M2*0.40 to M24*3.00 and in GAS they have a range from G1/16-1/8 to G≥ 1”

In addition, HEPYC has a program that makes it easy to choose the right tool.

The entire HEPYC range at: https://www.hepyc.com/es/Thread-taps/Hard-metal-thread-mills/subfamily-54 

    03/06/2022News

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