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Seco JS754 Stub Series Brings Versatility, Value When Milling Tough Materials

The end mills feature short protrusion lengths.

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Seco Tools

Seco Tools (Fagersta, Sweden) announced the Seco JS754 Stub Series end mills, which feature short protrusion lengths and maximize tooling value while increasing tool life by 20% to 40%.


  • Four-flute end mill designed for mill-turn and multi-tasking machines
  • Incorporates JS754 cutting geometry and HXT coating
  • Ideal for applications involving ISO M (stainless steel) and S (heat-resistant superalloys and titanium) materials
  • Shorter length adds strength and vibration control for increased tool stability when machining with main or sub spindles, milling heads and driven tools
  • Short protrusion lengths that require less room in the sub- or 2nd spindles of machines
  • Shorter cutting length provides full cutter engagement along the entire length of the tool
  • Freedom of movement to maneuver around workpieces with increased tool stability in tight workspaces
  • Offered in chamfer and corner radius configurations in diameters from 3 mm to 16 mm
  • Available in cylindrical and Weldon shanks

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