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Ingersoll has introduced its NanoFeed hi-feed indexable insert design.

Ingersoll says NanoFeed provides exceptional hi-feed milling performance for machining of miniature components and smaller part features.

NanoFeed is a 20° hi-feed indexable insert design that can replace smaller diameter solid carbide end mills in many applications. The inserts have been designed with pressed-in coolant channels, directing coolant or air directly to the cutting edge, which helps maximize tool life. They also have backdraft side clearance for straight-wall milling capability.

NanoFeed inserts are available in diameters of 6 & 8mm with steel or carbide shank options.

Ingersoll NanoFeed.

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