Milling Inserts

Milling inserts are used with milling cutting tools when cutting or shaping metals such as steel, alloy and cast iron. They're designed to protect your milling cutter from damage caused by extreme heat and force, ensuring longer tool life. This in turn can help you work more productively because your tool won't buckle or change shape.

Benefits and features​ of using milling inserts

  • They ensure secure machining with a long and predictable tool life
  • They have high metal removal rates and high reliability, even in challenging conditions, such as complex tool paths and deep cavities
  • They can perform in both dry and wet machining
  • There are different shapes and sizes available including circular, triangular, square and rectangular depending on the cut you need

How to fit and/or change your milling inserts

To fit or change your milling inserts, you need an allen key or a screwdriver. There are clamps on the milling cutter that are screwed in. You need to undo the screws on the clamps and then insert the milling inserts. Finally, re-tighten the screws so that the milling insert is secure.


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Description Price Shape Bore Diameter Side Length Height Grade Type
RS Stock No. 357-8247
Mfr. Part No.2671542
BrandSeco
£5.671
Each (In a Pack of 10)
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Rhombic 4.5mm 9.7mm 3.97mm TP300 Indexable