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TURN UP THE HEAT

NEW GRADES FOR TURNING HEAT RESISTANT ALLOYS

TS2000 & TS2500

INSERTS THAT CUT FASTER, WORK HARDER AND LAST LONGER

TS2000 & TS2500

A NEW GENERATION OF GRADES FOR HEAT RESISTANT ALLOYS

We fly more often and further away, we produce and consume more electricity every day, and we manufacture more and better products for healthcare ... Aerospace, Power Generation and Biomedical Engineering, growing industries with large potentials, depending on first class production in heat resistant materials like superalloys and titanium alloys. Turning heat resistant alloys is a difficult and demanding process which requires advanced technology cutting tools of the highest possible quality. To meet these challenges, Seco has developed new turning grades for that specific area of metal cutting ­ high-quality tools with superior resistance to both heat and wear. With TS2000 and TS2500, we have improved both quality and reliability by implementing the very latest manufacturing techniques.

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"THE NEW COATING PROVIDES EXCELLENT WEAR RESISTANCE AND OFFERS INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY, AS WELL AS IMPROVED RELIABILITY"

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THE NEW GRADES TS2000 & TS2500 HAVE LANDED

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NEW GRADES THAT KEEP YOUR PRODUCTION ON THE RIGHT TRACK

CONSISTENT AND RELIABLE

The new TS2000 and TS2500 are the ultimate grades for turning superalloys and titanium alloys. Thanks to a new edge preparation process, the grades have better edge integrity and improved adhesion between substrate and coating. These features also improve surface quality on machined parts and gives the inserts more consistent tool life. For TS2000 we have also developed a new unique PVD coating which gives excellent wear resistance and offers improved reliability. The coating is thicker than present state of the art and reduces the risk of plastic deformation as well as crater wear caused by heat, precipitates or other secondary particles.

WORLD AVIATION TRAFFIC

FACTS The Aerospace industry estimates that today's entire world aircraft fleet (14,000) will double in the next 20 years and that the industry will deliver 25,000 new aircraft. Improvement made on the planes' aerodynamics and engines have contributed to about a 15% decrease in fuel-consumption.

FOR INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY

Field tests show that TS2000 and TS2500 increase both tool life and productivity significantly. The grades enable higher cutting speeds, which allow you to achieve higher productivity and lower manufacturing costs without sacrificing reliability. TS2000 is the hardest and most wear resistant of the new grades and is aimed at high-quality finishing of heat resistant alloys, but with the strength to handle semi-roughing situations as well. TS2500 is especially designed to handle interrupted cuts, tough cast skin and higher stress, and is the ideal grade for roughing and semi-roughing applications in various kinds of super and titanium alloys.

DECREASED FUEL CONSUMPTION Gallons per seat

0.370 0.320 0.260 0.210 0.160 0.010 0.005 0

Year

This reduction was possible with the increased use of difficult-to-machine materials, e.g. titanium and composites replacing aluminium and steel. INCREASED TRAVELLING Billion RPM Revenue Passenger Miles (RPM)

Year

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THE NEW TURNING GRADES TS2000 & TS2500 GIVE YOU MORE POWER

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NEW GRADES THAT BRING MORE STRENGTH AND SPEED TO TURNING

AEROSPACE, POWER GENERATION AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

The new grades are designed for difficult to turn heat resistant alloys, which are widely used in aerospace, power generation industry and in chemical and biomedical engineering. Thanks to the improved properties, such as edge integrity and adhesion of the coating, turning applications in these areas can be made with higher speeds resulting in more profitable production.

FOR SUPERALLOYS AND TITANIUM ALLOYS

Most superalloys are developed for applications demanding exceptional mechanical and chemical properties at elevated temperatures. Other areas are chemical, medical and structural engineering, where high temperature properties or corrosion and oxidation resistance are required. Titanium alloys are high strength materials with low density and high melting temperatures widely used for lightweight constructions exposed to high dynamic load and high operating temperatures. They are also used, due to their excellent corrosion resistance, in many chemical and structural environments.

WORLD DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY

FACTS Global electricity generation increases by 2.4 percent per year over the projection period, from 16,424 billion kilowatt hours in 2004 to more than 30 billion kilowatt hours in 2030

WITH EXCELLENT EDGE INTEGRITY AND NEW COATING

The metallurgical properties of these alloys make them very difficult to turn. The high mechanical strength results in high cutting forces and thermal load on the cutting edge which can cause edge chipping or edge deformation. The new improved edge profile reduces the risk of edge chipping, which provides more reliable, consistent tool wear and excellent surface finish and dimensional accuracy.

Billion kilowatt hours

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THE NEW TURNING GRADES TS2000 & TS2500 BRING YOU NEW POSSIBILITIES

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NEW GRADES FOR MORE FLEXIBLE AND VERSATILE PRODUCTION

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY

TS2000 and TS2500 are two of the most powerful and productive high-quality turning grades for heat resistant superalloys and titanium alloys available on the market. Thanks to the improved properties, the new grades provide excellent opportunities to increase cutting data and tool life in a wide range of applications and workpiece materials. They come in a range of insert styles that cover all turning applications from finishing to roughing, where long and predictable tool life and increased cutting data are of major importance.

FULL RANGE SUPPLIER

Seco Tools is well-known for a wide and powerful range of turning grades with superior quality. We offer high performance products for more efficient and cost saving production, with more and better options for our customers. For a complete solution, we also offer a new toolholder concept called Jetstream ToolingTM, which improves chip control dramatically as well as increase the feed and speed capability, and lowers the costs related to machining heat resistant alloys.

FACTS

GLOBAL HIP AND KNEE REPLACEMENTS

The Biomedical Engineering Industry is growing at least 20% year on year. Orthopedic sales in 2008 are estimated to be 43 billion US dollars. Globally, 1.6 million knee-replacements, and 1.7 million hip-replacements are estimated to be carried out during 2008.

EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE

Seco is a full range supplier of cutting tools and expertise. Our products are designed and manufactured with high precision and will perform consistently and productively for all kinds of applications. We have all the experience and knowledge needed to meet our customers' needs and to solve their problems.

Estimated sales - hip-replacement operations. Billion US dollars

Year

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LATEST FIELD TESTS IN HEAT RESISTANT ALLOY TURNING

TS2000 & TS2500

The new grades, TS2000 and TS2500, are optimized for consistency, reliability and increased productivity. This is our contribution to make turning heat resistant alloys such as superalloys and titanium alloys both easy and profitable. Real life applications show that Seco Tools is helping our customers to progress to the next level in machining heat resistant alloys.

TS2000 ­ The perfect choice for finishing and semi-finishing of heat resistant alloys TS2500 ­ The ideal grade for roughing and semi-roughing of heat resistant alloys

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THE NEW GRADES CAN MORE THAN DOUBLE TOOL LIFE AND PRODUCTIVITY

Inconel 718 - (38-42 HRc) - TS2000

Operation Component Material Insert Cutting data External Turning Turbine Fan Disc Inconel 718 (38-42 HRc) CNMG 432-MF1, TS2000 CNMG 432-MF1, CP200 vc fz ap Coolant Change criteria Results 160 & 190 sfpm 0.006 ipr 0.100" Yes Change criteria Results Cutting data

INCONEL 718 - (38-44 HRc) - TS2000

Operation Component Material Insert Internal Turning Neutron Insert Inconel 718 (38-44 HRc) CNMG 432-MR3, TS2000 CNMG 432-xx Competitor S-grade vc fz ap Coolant 120 & 145 sfpm 0.010 ipr 0.080" Yes

Flank Wear Tool life +33% or Productivity +20%

Flank Wear Tool life +200% or Productivity +20% and Tool life +100%

30 25 Tool life (min) 20 15 10 5 0 CP200 TS2000 vc = 160 sfpm TS2000 vc = 190 sfpm Tool life (min)

25 Comp S-grade TS2000 vc = 120 sfpm 20 15 10 5 0

TS2000 vc = 145 sfpm

NIMONIC C263 - TS2000

Operation Component Material Insert Facing & External Turning Ring Nimonic C263 (Precipitation Hardened) CNMG 432-MF1, TS2000 CNMG 432-xx Competitor S-grade CNMG 432-MF1, CP200 Cutting data vc fz ap Coolant Change criteria Results 165 sfpm 0.010 ipr 0.012" & 0.036" Yes

Inconel 718 - (38-42 HRc) - TS2500

Operation Component Material Insert Cutting data Rough Internal Turning Turbine Fan Disc Inconel 718 (38-42 HRc) CNMG 432-MR4, TS2500 CNMG 433-xx Competitor S-grade vc fz ap Coolant Change criteria Results 82 & 165 sfpm 0.010 ipr 0.080" Yes

Flank Wear 0.008" Speed capability +100% and Cycle time -35%

Flank Wear after 6 min in cut Reduced flank wear and improved tool life.

0.014 0.012 Flank wear (in) 0.010 0.008 0.006 0.004 0.002 0 Comp. S-grade CP200 TS2000 Time per part (min)

12 10 8 6 4 2 0

vc = 82 sfpm

vc = 165 sfpm

Comp. S-grade

TS2500

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JETSTREAM TOOLING

COOLANT STRAIGHT TO THE EDGE

COOLANT STRAIGHT TO THE EDGE

Answering a call from the aerospace industry to improve the machining of difficult to machine alloys, Seco developed Jetstream Tooling ­ a revolutionary new coolant solution. Jetstream Tooling works by delivering a concentrated high pressure jet of coolant at high velocity straight to the optimum position close to the cutting edge. This jet of coolant lifts the chip away from the rake face, improving chip control and tool life enabling increased cutting data to be applied.

With Jetstream Tooling you no longer have to make a choice between tool life and productivity ­ now you can have both. With higher cutting speeds, longer tool life and improved chip control, low cost unmanned production is now a possibility.

JETSTREAM TOOLING ­ TS2000

Operation Component Material Insert Cutting data External Rough Turning Ring Inconel 718 (38-42 HRc) CNMG 432-MF1, TS2000 vc fz ap Coolant Change criteria Results 150 & 180 sfpm 0.010 & 0.012 ipr 0.080" Flood coolant High pressure coolant (p = 1000 PSI (70 bar)) Flank Wear 0.012" Tool life +50% or Productivity +25%

EFFECTIVE HEAT REMOVAL

The effective removal of heat from the cutting zone is one of the most important considerations affecting cutting tool performance. For coolant to be really effective, it needs to remove heat quickly from the cutting zone. A directed coolant flow, which puts coolant precisely where it is required, is much more efficient. Jetstream Tooling is so effective at removing heat from the cutting zone that the chip rapidly cools, which hardens the chip making it brittle.

7 6 Tool life (min) 5 4 3 2 1 0 Flood coolant

Jetstream ToolingTM Jetstream ToolingTM Flood coolant

vc = 150 sfpm f = 0.010 ipr

vc = 180 sfpm f = 0.012 ipr

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SECO TOOLS ­ A FULL RANGE SUPPLIER

T S 2000

Main application area Superalloys and Titanium alloys Turning

Today, Seco's family of grades provides excellent capability for the widest range of different kinds of materials such as steel, stainless steel and various heat resistant alloys. With the new TS2000 and TS2500, you have the easy first choice grades for superalloys and titanium alloys.

HEAT RESISTANT ALLOYS

· TS2000: First choice for high productivity finishing and semi-finishing and a perfect grade for high speed machining. First choice for cost effective roughing and semi-roughing and a perfect grade to handle interrupted cuts and higher stress.

· TS2500:

STEELS

· TP1500: DURATOMIC First choice for high temperature and high speed machining and a perfect grade for high temperatures and high speeds.

TM

· TP2500:

DURATOMIC First choice for general purpose steel turning and a perfect grade for high speed and interrupted cut machining.

TM

STAINLESS STEELS

· TM2000: DURATOMIC First choice for high productivity in high temperature applications and a perfect grade for high speed applications.

TM

· TM4000

DURATOMIC First choice for interrupted cut machining and a perfect grade when reliability is the most important requirement.

TM

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CUTTING DATA

GENERAL CUTTING DATA

TS2000 and TS2500 are designed for the machining of all kinds of heat resistant alloys. The recommended cutting speeds vc (sfpm) in the table to the right are for 10 minutes tool life in Inconel 718 bar material.

Material 0.020 Inconel 718 (bar, forge, ring) 200 180 165 150 TS2000 ap 0.060 180 165 150 130 0.100 165 150 130 115 0.020 180 165 150 130 TS2500 ap 0.060 165 150 130 115 0.100 150 130 115 100 0.004 0.006 0.008 0.012 Feed (ipr)

Steel

P

CUTTING DATA RECOMMENDATION

TS2000 and TS2500 inserts within the Secolor concept are labeled with cutting data recommendations on the boxes. The Secolor system is based on a matrix symbolizing different workpiece materials and different machining conditions. Black dots indicate main application areas and circles indicate secondary application areas.

Stainless steel

M

Cast iron

K

Non-Ferrous Materials Superalloys Titanium Hardened Materials

N

S01-S30

S

S

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Superalloys and Titanium: Heat resistant special alloys based on iron, nickel and cobalt. Titanium and titanium alloys.

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CUTTING DATA CALCULATOR

When machining workpiece materials corresponding to other material groups and with other depths of cut and/or feed rates, use the cutting data calculator on our website. The calculator can also be used for changing the required tool life.

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INDIVIDUAL CUTTING DATA ON THE INSERT BOX

The cutting data located on the cover of the box refer to the black dots in the matrix. The cutting data includes depth of cut, feed rate and cutting speed recommendations in both metric and inch values. The values in brackets represent the total recommended working range. The cutting data is adapted for the specific insert style, chipbreaker, nose radius, depth of cut, feed rate and the commonly used lead angle.

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MACHINABILITY FACTORS

Seco Material Group No. Hastelloy B-2 Hastelloy C (plate) Hastelloy C (cast) Hastelloy C-22 Hastelloy C-276 Hastelloy C-4 Hastelloy G Hastelloy G-3 Hastelloy N (bar, forge, ring) Hastelloy N (cast) Alloy Machinability Factor 1.4 1.8 Seco Material Group No Nimonic 115 Nimonic 263 Alloy Machinability Factor 1.0 1.1 1.1 0.7 0.7 0.4 0.9 0.9 1.1 1.0 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 0.3 0.4 0.9 0.9 1.0 1.1 1.1 1.1 4.3 3.2 1.8 4.3 2.4 2.9 2.5 2.1 1.8 2.1 1.8 2.5 2.3 2.5 2.1 2.1 2.5 2.9 1.4 1.3

1.4 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.3 1.8 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.7 1.3 1.4

Ni-base alloys Fe-base alloys Co-base alloys Titanium alloys

1.4

Nimonic 81 Nimonic 90 Nimonic 91 Rene 95 Udimet 500 Udimet 700 Waspalloy (cast) Waspalloy (bar, forge) A286 (prec. hardened) AM355 IN 800 Incoloy 909 N 155 (bar, forge, ring) 15-5PH 17-4PH (prec. hardened) Air resist 13 H531 Haynes 25 Haynes 188 (bar, forge, ring) Haynes 188 (tube) Stellite 21 Stellite 30 Stellite 31 Ti (pure) - (tube) Ti (pure) - (plate, bar, forge, ring) Ti 3Al-2.5V (bar, forge) Ti 3Al-2.5V (annealed tube) Ti 5Al-2.5Sn (annealed) Ti 5Al-2.5Sn (ELI) Ti 5Al-2.5Sn Ti 5Al-2.5Fe Ti 6-2-4-2 (prec. hardened) Ti 6-2-4-2 (annealed) Ti 6-2-4-6 (prec. hardened) Ti 6-2-4-6 (annealed) Ti 6Al-4V (annealed) Ti 6Al-4V (annealed casting) Ti 6Al-4V (prec.hard) Ti 6Al-4V (annealed tube) Ti 6Al-4V (extruded) Ti 6Al-4V (ELI) Ti 6Al-5Zr-0.5Mo-Si Ti 6Al-6V-2Sn

Ni-base alloys

Hastelloy S Hastelloy W Hastelloy X Inconel 600 Inconel 601 Inconel 625 (cast) Inconel 625 (tube) Inconel 706 Inconel 708 (bar, forge, ring) Inconel X750 (sol. annealed) Nickel 210 Nimonic 105

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1.3 1.4 4.3 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.3 1.4 1.3 1.8 1.3 1.4 1.8 1.4 1.4 2.1 1.8 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.0 1.1 1.1 1.0 0.6 0.7 0.7

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Nimonic 80A Nimonic 86 Nimonic 901 A286 (plate) A286 (sol. annealed)

Fe-base alloys

AM350 (heat treated) AM350 (cast) IN 801 Lapelloy M308 N 155 (bar, forge, ring) 17-4PH (sol. annealed) 17-7PH (sol. annealed) Inconel 625 (bar, forge, ring) Inconel 713

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Ni-base alloys

Inconel 718 (cast) Inconel 718 (bar, forge, ring) Inconel 718 (tube) Inconel 901 Inconel X750 (prec. hardened) Mar-M-200 Mar-M-247 Nimonic 101

The machinability factors are normalized to the machinability of Inconel 718, bar material. Decreasing machinability factors indicates increasing machining difficulty. Use the machinability factors to calculate the recommended cutting speed for any specific alloy by multiplying its machining factor with the recommended cutting speed in the general cutting data table for Inconel 718 above. 15

GEOMETRIES FOR IMPROVED CHIP CONTROL AND TOOL LIFE

The complete program of chipbreaker geometries includes both negative and positive inserts. For many applications, the use of a chipbreaker will reduce the cutting force and minimize the burr on the component. Use the recommendations below to select suitable chipbreaker geometry.

POSITIVE INSERTS

CORNER

CUTTING EDGE

F1

For Finishing

17°

16°

0.0045

0.007 16°

F2

For Semi-Finishing to Medium-Roughing

0.005

15°

46

For Semi-Finishing to Medium-Roughing

0.020

PS

For Finishing to Medium-Roughing

NEGATIVE DOUBLE SIDED

MF1

For Finishing and Semi-Finishing

15°

14°

M1

For Semi-Finishing to Medium-Roughing

0.008 0.010

MF4

For Semi-Finishing to Roughing

10º

30°

10°

30°

0.008

0.012 17°

MF5

For Medium-Roughing to Roughing

11°

10°

17°

0.008

UX

For Semi -Finishing to Medium-Roughing

0.009

11° 15°

18°

0.009 7° 10°

MR3

For Medium-Roughing to Roughing

5° 0.006

5° 0.006

MR4

For Medium-Roughing to Roughing

20°

20°

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IMPROVED RELIABILITY HIGH CONSISTENCY INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY LONG TOOL LIFE LOW COST

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CODE KEY

Insert shape Tolerances Cutting edge length Nose radius Grade

C C M T

Side clearance angle Insert type

2 1.5 0.5 - F1

Thickness Chipbreaker designation

TS2000

INSERT PROGRAM

Grades TS2000 TS2500 Cutting data Inconel 718 (bar material) ap f vc Inserts Part No. DNMP 431-MF1 DNMP 432-MF1 DNMG 432-MF4 DNMG 432-MF4 DNMG 432-MF5 DNMG 432-MF5 DNMG 432-MR3 DNMG 432-MR4 DNMG 433-MF4 DNMG 433-MF4 DNMG 433-MF5 DNMG 433-MF5 DNMG 433-MR3 DNMP 441-MF1 DNMG 441L-UX DNMG 441R-UX DNMP 442-MF1 DNMG 442-MF4 DNMG 442-MF4 DNMG 442-MF5 DNMG 442-MF5 DNMG 442-MR3 DNMG 442L-UX DNMG 442R-UX DNMG 443-MF4 DNMG 443-MF4 DNMG 443-MF5 DNMG 443-MF5 RCGS 4-46 RCGS 1.5-46 RCGS 1.5-PS RCGS 2-46 RCGS 2-PS RCGS 3-46 RCGS 3-PS RCMT0602M0-F2 RCMT0803M0-F2 RCMT10T3M0-F2 RCMT1204M0-F2 RNMG 43-MR4 RNMG 64-MR4 RNMG 86-MR4 Grades TS2000 TS2500 Cutting data Inconel 718 (bar material) ap 0.040 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.027 0.027 0.080 0.120 0.080 0.080 0.040 0.040 0.100 0.040 0.080 0.080 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.027 0.027 0.080 0.120 0.120 0.080 0.080 0.040 0.040 0.080 0.020 0.020 0.040 0.040 0.060 0.060 f 0.004 0.006 0.010 0.010 0.012 0.012 0.008 0.010 0.010 0.010 0.014 0.014 0.010 0.004 0.006 0.006 0.006 0.008 0.010 0.010 0.012 0.012 0.010 0.010 0.010 0.010 0.014 0.014 0.012 0.007 0.007 0.008 0.008 0.010 0.010 vc 250 200 130 115 130 150 150 100 130 115 115 115 115 250 165 165 200 150 130 115 130 150 100 100 130 115 115 115 115 265 265 215 215 165 165

Inserts

Part No. CCMT 21.50.5 CCMT 21.51 CCMT 32.51-F1 CCMT 32.51-F2 CCMT 32.52-F1 CCMT 431-F1 CCMT 432-F1 CNGP 430.0-MF1 CNGP 430.5-MF1 CNGP 430.5-M1 CNGP 431-MF1 CNGP 432-MF1 CNMP 431-M1 CNMP 431-MF1 CNMG 431-MF4 CNMG 431-MF4 CNMP 432-M1 CNMP 432-MF1 CNMG 432-MF4 CNMG 432-MF4 CNMG 432-MF5 CNMG 432-MF5 CNMG 432-MR3 CNMG 432-MR4 CNMG 433-MF4 CNMG 433-MF4 CNMG 433-MF5 CNMG 433-MF5 CNMG 433-MR3 CNMG 433-MR4 CNMG 434-MR4 CNMG 542-MR4 CNMG 543-MR4 CNMG 643-MR4 DCMT 21.50.5-F1 DCMT 21.51-F1 DCMT 32.51-F1 DCMT 32.51-F2 DCMT 32.52-F1 DNGP 432-MF1 DNGP 432-MF1

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INSERT PROGRAM

Grades TS2000 TS2500 Cutting data Inconel 718 (bar material) ap f 0.008 0.010 0.010 0.010 0.012 0.012 0.014 vc 150 115 100 135 100 80 65 Inserts Part No. VNGP 330.5-M1 VNGP 331-M1 VNGP 332-M1 VNGP 432-M1 VNMG 2.532-M3 VNGP 331-MF1 VNGP 332-MF1 VNGM 331-MF4 VNGM 331-MF4 VNGM 332-MF4 VNGM 332-MF4 VNGM 332-MR4 VNGM 333-MR4 WNGP 330.5-MF1 WNMP 331-MF1 WNMP 332-MF1 WNMG 332-MR3 WNMG 333-MR3 WNMP 431-MF1 WNMP 432-MF1 WNMG 432-MF4 WNMG 432-MF4 WNMG 432-MF5 WNMG 432-MF5 WNMG 433-MF4 WNMG 433-MF4 WNMG 433-MF5 WNMG 433-MF5 Grades TS2000 TS2500 Cutting data Inconel 718 (bar material) ap f vc

Inserts

Part No. SNMP 432-MF1 SNMG 432-MR3 SNMG 432-MR4 SNMP 433-MF1 SNMG 433-MR3 SNMG 433-MR4 SNMG 434-MR4 SNMG 543-MR4 SNMG 643-MR4 TCMT 32.51-F1 TCMT 32.52-F1 TNMP 331-MF1 TNMG 331L-UX TNMG 331R-UX TNMP 332-MF1 TNMG 332-MF4 TNMG 332-MF4 TNMG 332-MF5 TNMG 332-MF5 TNMG 332-MR4 TNMG 332L-UX TNMG 332R-UX TNMP 333-MF1 TNMG 333-MF4 TNMG 333-MF4 TNMG 333-MF5 TNMG 333-MF5 TNMP 432-M1 TNMG 432-MR4 TNMG 434-MR3 TNMG 433-MR4 TNMG 434-MR4 TNMG 436-MR4 TNMG 542-MR4 VBMT 331-F1 VBMT 332-F1 VBMT 332-F2

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0.160 0.014 65 65

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0.040 0.005 230 0.060 0.007 180 0.040 0.004 250

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ARGENTINA Seco Tools S.A. Tel. 54 11 4892-0060 Fax 54 11 4723-8600. AUSTRALIA Seco Tools Australia Pty. Ltd. Tel. 1300 55 7326 Fax 1300 65 7326. AUSTRIA Seco Tools GmbH Tel. (2253) 21040 Fax (2253) 21040-11. BELGIUM S.A. Seco Tools Benelux N.V. Tel. (02) 389 09 60 Fax (02) 389 09 89. BOSNIA See Solvenia. BRAZIL Seco Tools Ind. Com. Ltda. Tel. (0xx15) 2101-8631/34 Fax (0xx15) 2101-8605. BULGARIA See Sweden. CANADA Seco Tools Canada Inc. Tel. (905) 693 1780 Fax (905) 693 1788. CHINA Seco Tools (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. Tel. + 86 - 21- 5426 5500 Fax + 86-21-64855685. COLOMBIA Rexo Tools Tel.(57 1)-6606030/31/32/33/35/37 Fax (57 1)-3110026. CROATIA See Slovenia. CZECH REPUBLIC Seco Tools CZ s.r.o. Tel. 530 500 811 Fax 530 500 810. DENMARK Seco Tools A/S Tel. 43 44 76 00 Fax 43 44 50 30. ECUADOR See Sweden. FINLAND Seco Tools Oy Tel. (09) 2511 72 00 Fax (09) 2511 72 01. FRANCE Seco Tools France Tel. 0825 826 379 Fax 02 48 67 27 05, Seco EPB Tel. 03 88 71 38 89 Fax 03 88 70 98 98. GERMANY Seco Tools GmbH Tel. (0211) 2401-0 Fax (0211) 2401275. GREECE Athens Mechanica Tel. 2105231284-5 Fax 2105231286. HONGKONG Seco Tools (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. Tel. 86- 21 - 5426 5500 Fax +86 - 21 - 64855685. HUNGARY Seco Tools KFT Tel. (36-1) 267-6720 / 383-6568 Fax (36-1) 267- 6721. INDIA Seco Tools India (P) Ltd. Tel. 02137-667300 Fax 02137-667430. INDONESIA See Singapore. ITALY Seco Tools Italia S.p.A. Tel. 031-978111 Fax 840-000938. JAPAN Seco Tools Japan. K.K. Tel. 03-32393071 Fax 03-3230-4955. MACEDONIA See Slovenia. MALAYSIA Seco Tools Malaysia Sdn Bhd Tel. 03-90591833 Fax 03-90594833. MEXICO Seco Tools de Mexico Tel./Fax 011-52-81-83-5063-11. NETHERLANDS Seco Tools Benlux N.V. Tel. 0183-636600 Fax 0183- 6606. NEW ZEALAND Seco Tools New Zealand Ltd. Tel. 09-415 8441 Fax 09-415 8442. NORWAY Seco Tools A/S Tel. 67927300 Fax 67927302. PHILIPPINES See Singapore. POLAND Seco Tools (Poland) Sp. z.o.o. Tel. (0-22) 637 53 86/85 Fax (0-22) 637 53 84. PORTUGAL Seco Tools Portugal, Lda. Tel. 256 371 650 Fax 256 371659. ROMANIA Seco Tools Romania S.R.L. Tel 40 268 414 723 Fax 40 268 476 772. RUSSIA Seco AB Moscow Representative Office. Tel +7(495)-680-1322 Fax +7(495)680 6241. SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO See Slovenia. SINGAPORE Seco Tools (S.E.A.) Pte. Ltd. Tel. (65) 68 41 28 02 Fax (65) 68 41 28 01. SLOVAKIA Seco Tools SK s.r.o. Tel. 421 33 55 13 537, 421 33 53 41 911 Fax 421 33 55 13 538. SLOVENIA Seco Tools SI d.o.o. Tel. 003 86 2 450 23 40 Fax 00386 2 450 23 41. SOUTH AFRICA Seco Tools S.A. (Pty) Ltd. Tel. (011) 36 22 660 Fax 011 362-1893. SOUTH KOREA Seco Tools Korea Ltd. Tel. 041 622 -9785 to 9 Fax 041 622-9784. SPAIN Seco Tools España S.A. Tel. 934 745 533 Fax 934 745 550. SWEDEN Seco Tools AB Tel. 223 400 00 Fax 223 718 60 Telex 7510. SWITZERLAND Seco Tools AG Tel. 0041-32 332 78 78 Fax 0041-32 332 78 79. TAIWAN Seco Tools Taiwan Tel. 02-26577918 Fax 02-26579461. THAILAND Seco Tools Thailand Tel. 02-7467 801 Fax 02-7467 802. TURKEY Seco Tools A.S. Tel. +90 (216) 569 74 00 Fax +90 (216) 575 73 83. UKRAINE Seco Tools Ukraine Tel. (056) 790 05 44 Fax. (056) 790 05 43 UNITED KINGDOM Seco Tools (U.K.) Ltd. Tel (01789) 764341 Fax (01789) 761170. USA Seco Tools Inc. Tel. 248-528-5200 Fax 248-528-5250.

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