PHOENIX® PXVC Style (78PXVC)

Exchangable head end mill series for superior surface finish

Overview

PHOENIX® PXM is an exchangeable head end mill series for superior surface finish and precision in a variety of applications.

Features

OSG's proven cutting geometries and coatings

High performance in a variety of applications and materials

2-face contact (end face and taper) and buttress thread

Fast and highly rigid clamping

Radial runout less than 15µm and axial repeatability ±30µm

High accuracy and repeatability

End mill style, Inch and Metric

Complete offering

Application Guide

ISO Work Material Recommended

good best

Lineup

Series

List 78PXVC - 4 Flute Square and Corner Radius View Offering >   View Overview >

Alternate Products

List 78PXSE - 4 Flute Square and Corner Radius View Offering >   View Overview >

List 78PXSM - Multiple Flute Square and Corner Radius View Offering >   View Overview >

List 78PXNL - 4 Flute Roughing, Low Helix View Offering >   View Overview >

List 78PXNH - 4 Flute Roughing, High Helix View Offering >   View Overview >

List 78PXRE - Straigh Flute Corner Radius View Offering >   View Overview >

List 78PXDR - 3 Flute Corner Radius View Offering >   View Overview >

List 78PXBE - 3 Flute Ball End View Offering >   View Overview >

List 78PXBM - Multiple Flute Ball End View Offering >   View Overview >

List 52300S - End Mill Shank, Inch View Offering >   View Overview >

List 78018S - End Mill Shank, Metric View Offering >   View Overview >

List 52300J - PXM to Screw Type, Inch View Offering >   View Overview >

List 78018J - PXM to Screw Type, Metric View Offering >   View Overview >

Applications

 

When performance of a solid carbide tool is desired along with the added cost-efficiency of a interchangeable modular head, that eliminate an expensive carbide body with a reusable Steel body.

 

Ideal for High Feed milling in a variety of materials including Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Die Steel and Hardened Steels.

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Additional Information

WARNING:
When grinding or regrinding industrial cutting tools, residual grinding dust may occur. This dust may contain chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov