The cost-efficient and productive CoroMill® 745 is now available.
Offering high productivity and a low cost per edge, the CoroMill® 745 has a double-sided, multi-edge design that is ideal for large batch productions. With its tilted insert positioning system and sharp cutting edges, this milling cutter offers a light cutting action at low power consumption.
With a total of 14 cutting edges per insert, the CoroMill 745 is a cost-efficient choice for face milling. The assortment includes three pitch versions. The differential pitch design of the MD pitch is best when vibration is a factor and is radially compensated to ensure equal chip thickness for every insert. The M pitch is best for general applications and the H pitch has a higher number of teeth, making it the best choice for higher productivity. The M and MD pitch both have the same number of teeth.
CoroMill® 745 is available in medium and close pitch and as a differential pitch version for vibration-prone applications
Designed to make insert indexing quick and easy, the unique insert positioning system in the tip seat and heptagonal insert design keep the inserts securely in the pocket when mounting. The inserts are tilted in the tip seat to create a positive cutting action. Inserts, geometries and grades are available for steel and cast iron materials. For roughing to semi-finishing applications, the strong and light cutting inserts provide reliable face milling in all types of milling machines.
“You might see other multi-edge concept milling cutters on the market but none have the performance of the CoroMill 745. The science behind it is impressive. The unique double-sided, multi-edge insert design has 14 positively tilted cutting edges which are spaced out at different positions resulting in a milling cutter that is quiet and soft. For our customers, that means that they get a highly-productive milling cutter, increased tool life at a lower cost per component,” said Matts Westin, Global Product Manager for Milling.
CoroMill 745 was launched at the recent MACH 2016 exhibition in the UK under the theme of “Together we shape the future of manufacturing”. Sandvik Coromant also highlighted its work in Industry 4.0 topics such as digital transformation, intelligent machining, digital product and application recommendations and tool data in ISO format. The company recently acquired Prometec, a sophisticated process monitoring company, and opened the Additive Manufacturing Centre in Sweden. The company also showed how Sandvik Coromant uses additive manufacturing (AM) to inspire high fashion as it displays one-of-a kind, 3D-printed steel shoes created with Lady Gaga fashion designer, Naim Josefi.
Part of global industrial engineering group Sandvik, Sandvik Coromant is at the forefront of manufacturing tools, machining solutions and knowledge that drive industry standards and innovations demanded by the metalworking industry now and into the next industrial era. Educational support, extensive R&D investment and strong customer partnerships ensure the development of machining technologies that change, lead and drive the future of manufacturing. Sandvik Coromant owns over 3100 patents worldwide, employs over 8,000 staff, and is represented in 130 countries. For more information visit www.sandvik.coromant.com or join the conversation on social media.