Quad Force Endmill - QFM

The natural progression in chip making technology is the Quad Force (QFM) cutting tool geometry. This new design is defined as a hybrid combination of (1) high feed geometry, (2) variable flute geometry, (3) variable helix geometry and (4) offset geometry. By combining these cutting technologies, the Quad Force (QFM) geometry is capable of performing high feed machining, Trochoidal machining, side / slot milling and plunge / variable plunge milling. Programmers and machinists now have the flexibility of choosing the best possible roughing process with a fraction of the cutting tooling library.
Imperial
Part number Cutting Dia Corner Radius # of Flutes Shank Dia Neck Lenght Overall Length Cutting Data
QFM-0125 0.125 " 0.018 " 4   0.500" 1.500"
QFM-0187 0.187 " 0.021 " 4   0.625" 2.000"
QFM-0250 0.250 " 0.032 " 4   0.750" 2.500"
QFM-0375 0.375 " 0.051 " 4   1.000" 2.500"
QFM-0500 0.500 " 0.072 " 4   1.200" 3.000"
QFM-0625 0.625 " 0.093 " 4   1.450" 3.500"
QFM-0750 0.750 " 0.115 " 4   1.700" 4.000"
QFM-1000 1.000 " 0.135 " 4   2.200" 4.000"
Metric
Part number Cutting Dia Corner Radius # of Flutes Shank Dia Neck Lenght Overall Length Cutting Data
QFM-04 4 mm 0.57 mm 4   14mm 51mm
QFM-06 6 mm 0.80 mm 4   20mm 63mm
QFM-08 8 mm 1.10 mm 4   20mm 63mm
QFM-10 10 mm 1.59 mm 4   25mm 70mm
QFM-12 12 mm 1.70 mm 4   29mm 76mm
QFM-16 16 mm 1.90 mm 4   37mm 89mm

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