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2 Teeth Micro Grain Milling Cutter 50mm Overall Length

2 Teeth Micro Grain Milling Cutter 50mm Overall Length

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Micro End Mills

Our high quality micro end mills are perfect for milling precise parts and shapes with tight tolerances. Our micro end mills are available in a range of 0.2mm to 0.9mm cutting diameters, and feature a helix angle of 30° with 2 teeth. These precision micro end mills are made from high-grade carbide, perfect for milling steel, brass and more. Our micro end mills offer superior performance and are designed for small-scale milling applications such as micro-milling, fine feature milling, and more. Whether you're looking for a micro square end mill, micro flat end mill, or a micro square end mill, you can trust our micro end mills for all your milling needs.



Using carbide micro diameter end mills offers several advantages compared to other types of end mills:

  1. Precision and Accuracy: Carbide micro diameter end mills are specifically designed for high-precision machining applications. Their small diameter allows for intricate and detailed cuts, providing excellent precision and accuracy in producing fine features and tight tolerances.
  2. Rigidity: Carbide is a rigid and durable material, which translates into reduced tool deflection during machining. This rigidity helps maintain dimensional accuracy and improves surface finish, especially when working with delicate or thin-walled workpieces.
  3. Wear Resistance: Carbide end mills possess exceptional wear resistance due to the hardness of the tungsten carbide particles in the composite material. This wear resistance allows the end mills to maintain their cutting edge sharpness and performance over extended periods of use, resulting in longer tool life.
  4. Heat Resistance: Carbide micro diameter end mills exhibit excellent heat resistance, enabling them to withstand high cutting speeds and temperatures generated during machining. This characteristic is crucial for achieving efficient material removal rates and preventing premature tool failure due to thermal damage.
  5. Versatility: Carbide micro diameter end mills are versatile tools suitable for a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics, composites, and even some ceramics. They can effectively machine different materials with varying hardness levels, making them suitable for a broad spectrum of machining applications.
  6. High-Speed Machining Capability: The combination of rigidity, wear resistance, and heat resistance of carbide micro diameter end mills enables them to handle high-speed machining operations. This capability helps improve productivity by reducing machining time while maintaining precision and surface finish.
  7. Reduced Machining Forces: Due to their small size, micro diameter end mills generate lower cutting forces compared to larger end mills. This characteristic minimizes the stress on the workpiece and machine tool, reducing the risk of part deformation and improving overall machining stability.

It's important to note that while carbide micro diameter end mills offer numerous advantages, they are best suited for specific applications that require fine details and tight tolerances. For general-purpose machining or roughing operations, larger diameter end mills or different tool types may be more appropriate.


Technical Parameters:

When using carbide micro diameter end mills, adjusting cutting parameters is essential to optimize machining performance for different materials. Here are some key cutting parameters to consider when machining specific materials:

  • Feed Rate: Generally, a higher feed rate can be used for softer metals like aluminum, while a lower feed rate is suitable for harder metals like stainless steel or titanium.
  • Spindle Speed: Higher spindle speeds are typically employed for softer metals to increase material removal rates, while lower spindle speeds may be used for harder metals to reduce tool wear and heat generation.
  • Depth of Cut: The depth of cut depends on the specific application and the stability of the machining setup. It is important to balance material removal rates with tool life and avoid excessive cutting forces.
  • Feed Rate: Plastics can be machined at relatively higher feed rates compared to metals. However, the feed rate should be adjusted based on the specific plastic material and its characteristics, such as hardness and heat sensitivity.
  • Spindle Speed: Spindle speeds for machining plastics are typically moderate to high to prevent melting or excessive heat buildup. It is important to avoid excessive heat that can lead to material deformation or poor surface finish.
  • Depth of Cut: Similar to metals, the depth of cut in plastics should be chosen carefully to balance material removal rates and prevent excessive cutting forces that might cause workpiece deformation or tool breakage.
  • Feed Rate: Composites like CFRP and FRP have unique machining properties. A lower feed rate is often recommended to prevent delamination or fiber pull-out during machining.
  • Spindle Speed: Moderate to high spindle speeds are generally used for composites to maintain cutting efficiency and prevent excessive heat buildup.
  • Depth of Cut: Composites are often machined with shallow depths of cut to minimize the risk of delamination and fiber damage. Multiple passes with increasing depth may be employed for roughing operations.
  • Feed Rate: Ceramics require lower feed rates compared to metals or plastics due to their high hardness and brittleness. Slow and controlled feed rates are necessary to prevent tool fracture and chipping.
  • Spindle Speed: Moderate spindle speeds are typically used for ceramic machining. Excessive speeds can lead to tool wear or thermal damage, while too low speeds might result in poor surface finish.
  • Depth of Cut: Ceramics are typically machined with shallow depths of cut due to their hardness. Multiple passes and proper cooling or lubrication methods are employed to dissipate heat generated during machining.

These parameters serve as general guidelines, and it's important to consider the specific material properties, machine capabilities, and desired machining outcomes. It's recommended to start with conservative cutting parameters and make adjustments based on the actual cutting performance and results achieved.



Carbide micro diameter end mills are capable of effectively machining a variety of materials, including:

Metals: Carbide micro diameter end mills can machine various metals, such as aluminum, stainless steel, tool steel, brass, copper, and titanium. They are well-suited for creating intricate features and precise cuts in these materials.

Plastics: End mills with small diameters are commonly used for machining plastics, including acrylic, polycarbonate, PVC, nylon, and ABS. The sharp cutting edges of carbide micro diameter end mills help produce clean cuts and smooth finishes in plastic components.

Composites: Carbide micro diameter end mills are suitable for machining composite materials, such as carbon fiber reinforced polymers (CFRP) and fiberglass reinforced polymers (FRP). These materials are commonly found in aerospace, automotive, and sporting goods industries.

Ceramics: While ceramics can be challenging to machine due to their hardness and brittleness, carbide micro diameter end mills can be used for machining certain ceramics like alumina and zirconia. Machining ceramics requires careful considerations in terms of tool selection, cutting parameters, and coolant/lubrication methods.

Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs): Carbide micro diameter end mills are extensively used in the electronics industry for machining PCBs. They can accurately mill traces, drill holes, and create fine features on the PCB surface.

It's important to consider the specific properties of each material and adjust cutting parameters accordingly when using carbide micro diameter end mills. Additionally, different coatings or geometries may be employed on the end mills to enhance performance and improve tool life when machining specific materials.



Customize your Micro End Mills with SUPAL and get the perfect size and cut for your application. SUPAL's Micro Diameter End Mills are designed for precise and efficient cutting of materials such as Steel, Brass, Gold and more. Our Micro End Mills are available in a range of sizes from 0.1MM to 0.9MM and feature two flutes for superior cutting performance and a short flute length for maximum accuracy. The sharp cutting edges and high-quality carbide make these Micro End Mills an ideal choice for milling and cutting small parts with a minimum cut. With a shank diameter of 4mm, our Micro End Mills are perfect for high-precision and fast cutting of metals.

Our Micro End Mills are made in Changzhou, Jiangsu, China and come with a minimum order quantity of 10 pieces. We offer flexible packaging options with one plastic pipe per piece and 10 pieces per group. We can also provide custom packaging to suit your needs. Delivery time is 7-15 days and payment terms are T/T. We also have a huge supply ability of 100000000000PCS.

Whatever your application, SUPAL's Micro End Mills are the perfect choice for high-precision and efficient cutting. Choose from square or ball nose cutting edge types and get the perfect micro flat end mill for your cutting tool application.


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Technical Support and Service for Micro End Mills

We are committed to providing efficient and reliable technical support and service for our customers who use Micro End Mills. Our knowledgeable staff is available to answer any questions you may have about our products and services.

We also offer a variety of technical support and service options to ensure that our customers get the most out of their Micro End Mills. We can provide on-site assistance, remote troubleshooting, and online resources to help you understand and use your Micro End Mills to their fullest potential.

If you have any questions about our products or services, please contact us and our team will be happy to help. Thank you for choosing Micro End Mills!


Packing and Shipping:

Packaging and Shipping for Micro End Mills:

All micro end mills are packaged in static-free packaging. Each end mill is securely placed in its individual package and sealed for protection. The packages are then placed in outer boxes for shipping.

We offer multiple shipping options to meet your needs. We can ship via USPS, UPS, FedEx, or other carriers. If you prefer a certain shipping option, please contact us to discuss.

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