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TOOTH SHAPES

Skip tooth (L)

Rake angle: 0°, for:

  •  flexible materials (aluminum and wood)
     only available from the tool steel assort-
     ment

 

 

 

Standard tooth (S)

Rake angle: 0°, for:

  • short-chipping materials
  • steels with a high carbon content
  • tool steel and cast iron
  • materials with small cross-sections
  • thin-walled profiles

Profile tooth (P)

positive

Rake angle: positive, for:

  • hollow and angle profiles
  • steel beams
  • bundle and layer cuts
  • applications that are susceptible to vibrations

Hook tooth (K)

positive

Rake angle: positive, for:

  • universal use
  • non-ferrous metals and steels
  • profiles and solid materials

 

Tooth shape (HV)

positive

Rake angle: positive and there is a distinct
difference in tooth, for:

  • high cutting performance
  • solid materials
  • short-chipping materials
  • tempered steels

 

Tooth shape (VA)

extremely positive

Rake angle: extremely positive and there is a
distinct difference in tooth, for:

  • high cutting performance
  • solid materials
  • long-chipping materials
  • rustproof and acid-resistant steels
  • superalloys

Trapezoid tooth (T)

Trapezoid cutting edge geometry

Rake angle: positive, for:

  • high cutting performance
  • optimal surface finishes

 

 

 

Tooth shape TSN (Trapezoid tooth)

negative

Rake angle: negative, especially for:

  • surface-hardened shafts
  • hardened steels up to 62 HRC, hard manganese steels, hard-chrome plated workpieces
  • diameters of up to 11-3/4 inch