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With the usage of Harmony 5-Axis endmill, the level of performance Improves as well as time savings.

With the usage of Harmony 5-Axis endmill, the level of performance Improves as well as time savings.

All The Right Moves With Sutton Tools Harmony 5-Axis Endmill

Available with barrel, taper, lens and oval configurations, Harmony 5-Axis endmills have the ability to reduce cycle times by up to 90%, compared with ball nose endmills.

Contributed by Jeff Boyd, General Manager for Global Accounts


Sutton Tools is a proud made in Australia brand, with exports about 35 percent of the tools it manufactures — all for high performance, technical applications in the aeronautical, automotive, and general engineering industries — to more than 40 countries. As Sutton Tools’ General Manager for Global Key Accounts, Jeff Boyd introduces an endmill range which is central to an exciting new initiative with Swinburne, University of Technology, Australia. Optimise your 5-Axis Machining Harmony 5-Axis endmill’s specifications entail P20 Tool Steel (M238 32HRC) workpiece material, with less 10μm profile deviation, this offers a very high workpiece accuracy, making it ideal for finishing operations of high-tech 3D printed components in the additive manufacturing space of aerospace & medical industries.

To further showcase their new endmill range,

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