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Coated Carbide Insert, TPMT331ESU-AC630M
- Item # 4MPA1
- Mfr. Model # TPMT331ESU-AC630M
- UNSPSC # 23171618
- Catalog Page # 3269
- Shipping Weight 0.01 lbs.
- ItemTurning Insert
- Steel (P) CompatibilityNo
- Stainless (M) CompatibilityYes
- Cast Iron (K) CompatibilityNo
- Non Ferrous (N) CompatibilityNo
- Super Alloy (S) CompatibilityNo
- Hardened (H) CompatibilityNo
- Insert Size0.375"
- Insert Shape60 Deg Triangle
- Relief Angle11 Degrees
- Inscribed Circle0.375"
- Insert Thickness0.1875"
- Insert MaterialCarbide
- Nose Radius0.0157"
- ANSI NumberTPMT331ESU-AC630M
- CoatingSuper FF TiCN/Al2O3/TiN CVD
- Cutting DirectionNeutral
- Mounting Hole Dia.0.169
- Mounting StyleScrew-On
- No. of Edges3
- ISO NumberTPMT160404NSU-AC630M
- For Use WithSTAP, Toolholders, A-STFP Boring Bars
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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