Dapra Corporation Datasheets for End Mills

End mills are widely-used, multiple-flute cutters typically used for machining metals or plastics. They are typically mounted vertically and have two-or-more helical flutes. End mills are usually configured to cut with their ends and on their sides.
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Product Name Notes
Square Shoulder Extended Reach End Mills
Undersized Shank End Mills Save time and money by using Dapra's Undersized Shank Holders... They give you INSTANT CLEARANCE!
Achieve Maximum Performance with Carbide Cutter Bodies! Optimize performance with Carbide Shank tooling: Reduced deflection Increased stiffness Less chatter Heat shrink toolholding capability (Ball Nose with Solid Carbide Shank only)...
Ball Nose End Mills – Oversized Shank Tools starting with "SE" are short effective-reach cutters, designed for optimum strength and limited clearance.
Ball Nose End Mills – Standard Shank Tools starting with "SE" are short effective-reach cutters, designed for optimum strength and limited clearance.
Dapra Corporation is now offering a series of high-performance METRIC SERIES Square Shoulder Mills in the most commonly used sizes and styles. Contact Dapra today for pricing on these metric...
DAPRA is transitioning from 3-flute to 2-flute tools.
For use with BDR and FBR inserts only.
Helical ("stacked") cutters create much more tool pressure than standard end mills, due to the increased number of engaged inserts. Dapra recommends not exceeding 10% of the tool diameter in...
High-feed milling creates significant chip thinning due to an extreme lead angle. Feed rates must compensate for this to maximize productivity. The figure at left shows an example of this...
Make the most of your APET and XPET Inserts! BCSM shell mills allow the unused corner of the APET/XPET inserts to be used for general face milling - this means...