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End Mills - Main Page.jpgEnd mills are used to create shapes and holes in a workpiece during milling, profiling, contouring, slotting, counter drilling, drilling and reaming. They are equipped with cutting teeth on the face and edge of the body and can be used to cut a variety of materials in different directions.

At Makerspace Al Zeina, our CNC router 'ShopBot' is using end mills to produce the desired shapes of our members. 

see moreEnd Mill - Carbide - 1 Flute - Diameter 6mm - Twisted

from AED 25.00 per piece | incl. 5% VAT, excl. Shipping

Various lenghts

see moreEnd Mill - Carbide - 2 Flutes - Diameter 3mm - Twisted

from AED 20.00 per piece | incl. 5% VAT, excl. Shipping

Various lenghts

see moreEnd Mill - Carbide - 2 Flutes - Diameter 6mm - Straight

from AED 25.00 per piece | incl. 5% VAT, excl. Shipping

Various lenghts

see moreEnd Mill - Carbide - 2 Flutes - Diameter 6mm - Twisted

from AED 25.00 per piece | incl. 5% VAT, excl. Shipping

Various lenghts

see moreEnd Mill - Carbide - 2 Flutes - Diameter 8mm - Straight

from AED 30.00 per piece | incl. 5% VAT, excl. Shipping

Various lenghts

see moreEnd Mill - Carbide - 4 Flutes - Diameter 8mm - Twisted

from AED 30.00 per piece | incl. 5% VAT, excl. Shipping

Various lenghts

see moreEnd Mill - HSS - 2 Flutes - Diameter 6mm - Twisted

from AED 25.00 per piece | incl. 5% VAT, excl. Shipping

Various lenghts

Flutes

 

Flute Types:
Flutes feature grooves or valleys that are cut into the body of the tool. A higher number of flutes increases the strength of the tool and reduces space or chip flow. End mills with less flutes on the cutting edge will have more chip space, while end mills with more flutes will be able to be used on harder cutting materials.

Single Flute designs are used for high-speed machining and high-volume material removal.

Three Flute designs have the same flute space as two flutes, but also have a larger cross-section for greater strength. They are used for pocketing and slotting ferrous and nonferrous materials.

Two Flute designs have the most amount of flute space. They allow for more chip carrying capacity and are used primarily in slotting and pocketing nonferrous materials.

Four/Multiple Flute designs allow for faster feed rates, but due to the reduced flute space, chip removal may be a problem. They produce a much finer finish than two and three flute tools. Ideal for peripheral and finish milling.

End Cut Types:
Centercutting tools have one or more cutting edges at the tip and are used in a variety of applications including plunging, drilling or ramping.
Non-Centercutting applications have peripheral teeth allowing for the user to side (radial) cut or contour an exterior surface. Used in applications where plunge cutting is not necessary.