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Threading Insert, 16 IR AG60 BMA
- Item # 4JHC3
- Mfr. Model # 16 IR AG60 BMA
- UNSPSC # 23171618
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 0.01 lbs.
- Item Threading Insert
- Steel (P) Compatibility Yes
- Stainless (M) Compatibility No
- Cast Iron (K) Compatibility Yes
- Non Ferrous (N) Compatibility No
- Super Alloy (S) Compatibility No
- Hardened (H) Compatibility No
- Thread Type Internal
- Thread Profile Partial 60 Degrees
- Pitch 8-48 TPI
- Cutting Direction Right Hand
- Chip-Breaker Top Rake
- Grade BMA
- Insert Material Carbide
- Style Laydown
- ANSI Number 16 IR AG60 BMA
- Insert Type Internal Lay Down
- No. of Edges 3
- Insert Size 16
- Coating TiAlN
- Mounting Style Screw Held
- Rake Positive
- ISO Number 16 IR AG60 BMA
- Insert Shape Triangular
- Inscribed Circle 3/8"
- For Use With Toolholder 4PMZ1
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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