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Milling inserts and grades for non-ferrous materials

For roughing to finishing of non-ferrous materials in unstable and stable conditions, find the insert grade for your milling operation here.

CD10

​This PCD-tipped grade is best for light roughing to finishing in stable conditions. It's a wear-resistant grade that works well in highly abrasive workpiece materials at high cutting speeds. It provides excellent surface quality and process stability and is suitable for both wet and dry machining.

Benefits and f​eatures​

  • Wear resistant
  • Consistent performance and process stability
  • Long tool life and high cutting speed
  • Excellent surface finish

Made for Milling

You make the components that shape the things around us. We create precision tools that are purposely #MadeforMilling.

Learn more

Face milling in aluminium

Learn more about how to manage a stable and burr-free machining process with predictable insert tool life when machining cylinder heads.

CoroMill 5B90 – this is why it works

Learn how the exact placement of each insert allows for a unique combination of high feed milling and close tolerances.

Getting started with aluminium milling

Aluminium machinability largely depends on its Si content. Hypo-eutectic is the most common type, with an Si content below 13%.

Find your grade

Our range of insert grades for non-ferrous materials include a PCD-tipped grade, cermet grades, PVD-coated carbide grade and uncoated carbide grades for various machining conditions. Use the information below to find the right grade for your production.

Stable conditions
Unstable conditions
  Low abrasive

work piece materials

High abrasive

work piece materials

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H13A

Hard uncoated grade for roughing to semi-finishing with sharp edges in average to stable conditions. Excellent surface finish in wet and dry machining.

CoroMill® 390: Versatile shoulder milling and ramping cutters for mixed production.

CoroMill® 790: Shoulder milling cutters for aluminium.

CoroMill® 245: Multipurpose face milling cutters for mixed production.

CoroMill® 490: The first choice for general and repeated shoulder milling.

CoroMill® QD: Deep, narrow grooving and parting-off.

See comple​te assortment

H10

Very hard uncoated grade for light roughing to finishing with sharp cutting edges in stable conditions with high demands on the quality of the surface finish for wet and dry machining.

CoroMill® Century: Light cutting face mill for high-speed finishing.

CoroMill® 245: Multipurpose face milling cutters for mixed production.

CoroMill® 331: High-quality grooving and parting-off.

See complete assortment

CD10

Polycrystalline diamond-tipped grade (PCD) with sharp edges for light roughing to finishing in stable conditions for wet or dry machining with a high demand on the quality of the surface finish and process stability. Good choice for abrasive materials.

CoroMill® Century: Light cutting face mill for high speed finishing.

CoroMill® 390: Versatile shoulder milling and ramping cutters for mixed production.

CoroMill® 245: Multipurpose face milling cutters for mixed production.

See complete assortment

Complementary grades

CT530

Medium-hard, uncoated cermet grade for finishing in rather stable conditions and elevated cutting speeds in wet and dry conditions.

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GC1130

​Hard, thin-coated PVD Zertivo™​ grade for roughing to semi-finishing in average conditions with less demands on surface finish in wet and dry conditions.

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H10F

​Hard uncoated grade for light roughing to finishing with sharp edges in average conditions for good surface in wet and dry conditions.

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GC1030

​Hard, thin-coated PVD grade for roughing to semi-finishing in average conditions when there is less demand on surface in wet and dry conditions.

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Highlights

Milling - initial considerations

Milling has evolved into a machining method with a very broad range of operations. Configurations have to be carefully considered before milling.

The secret behind GC1130

Zertivo™ technology amplifies the unique benefits of each grade, resulting in long tool life and secure machining.

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