End Mill

In the metalworking industry, an end mill is a type of milling cutters (or, say, milling tools), which is a cutting tool utilized in the industrial milling process by the spinning of the tool per se to remove the work piece materials. It is distinguished from the drill tool in the corresponding application, geometry, and production. Because a drill can only cut in the axial direction, but a milling tool can generally cut in all kinds of axial directions thanks to the multiple axes installed on the machine body. Although some cannot cut axially, most of them are multi-axial milling available.

For milling machines and machining centers, end mills are used in milling applications for profile milling, tracer milling, face milling, and many other applications that form complicated profile cutting as well as simple curve processing. The substance that makes end mill can be many, but most are stainless steel and carbide tungsten. Some may be diamond if the work pieces are extremely hard though.

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