FRAISA sets new standards
High-feed cutting in hardened steels
with XFeed-H

FRAISA sets new standardsHigh-feed cutting in hardened steelswith XFeed-H

FRAISA sets new standards
High-feed cutting in hardened steels
with XFeed-H

More information

XFeed-H – the specialist for high-feed machining

With the new XFeed-H milling cutter, FRAISA has produced the perfect tool for realizing HFC processes in hardened steels. Very high feed rates, high cutting speeds and minimal axial engagement depths characterize the strategy of High Feed Cutting (HFC). As a result, this milling concept allows the line-by-line machining of 3D contours in hardened steels – efficiently and quickly.

High chip removal rates are achieved by means of maximum feed rates, with the cutting geometry and the precisely configured machining parameters being coordinated perfectly with one another. The new HFC milling cutter has been designed especially for use in mold and tool making and for machining hardened steels.

The XFeed-H guarantees high productivity while keeping tool costs low – especially when high track speeds can be realized on highly dynamic machines. The high process stability of the XFeed-H means it is predestined for applications that run autonomously.

The design of the penetration edge of the XFeed-H is the key to its performance. A very fine-grained and high-hard carbide forms the basis of the cutting edge to enable it to safely absorb the high mechanical and thermal stresses it is subjected to. An extremely hard and temperatureresistant coating protects the cutting edge. The machining parameters, which are perfectly matched to the cutting edge, shift the main load away from the cutting edge, guaranteeing a long tool life and high process stability.

The advantages

  • Shorter throughput times: From the blank to very close to the final contour (near net shape) in one process – hardened workpieces can be machined efficiently and throughput times drastically reduced
  • Near-net-shape result thanks to small axial steps during roughing
  • Optimum automation thanks to reliable application
  • Productivity increase thanks to increased chip removal rates resulting from maximum feed rates and robust tool design
  • Easy programming in the CAM system

Penetration edge facilitates excellent performance

The shape of the end cutting edge of the XFeed-H greatly increases the effective length of the cutting edge. As a result, the mechanical stress and wear are optimally distributed along the end cutting edge. Feed rates and therefore also the chip removal rate can be significantly increased.

Due to the lack of a curved cutting edge, the tooth face width can be increased, giving the tool extra stability. The forces resulting from the high feed rate are consequently absorbed with ease.


XFeed-H – faster machining and high process reliability at the same time

Shorter throughput times

In conventional work sequences, mold blanks are machined before being hardened and finished with a machining allowance. Idle times before and after the hardening process result in high throughput times.

The big advantage of HFC milling cutters is that the entire milling process can be carried out after the mold has been hardened.

This significantly shortens the throughput time for mold production. Small, axial line steps ensure near-net-shape roughing of the hardened workpiece. This saves time and money as subsequent finishing processes can be implemented much faster.


Optimum automation

Autonomous manufacturing continues to gain ground. Process reliability is the key to success here The perfect interaction between the cutting parameters from ToolExpert 2.0 and the tool geometry forms a sound foundation for long and highly productive operating times.



Advantages when using the tools:

  • Optimum operating parameters can be found quickly and reliably
  • Use of perfectly coordinated, tool- and material-specific cutting data
  • CAD data for selected tools is available for download

High productivity thanks to effective edge geometry

XFeed-H tool family

The new HFC milling cutters from FRAISA are available in three different lengths with throats 3xd, 4.5xd and 6xd long.


All HFC milling cutters can be reconditioned after use.

FRAISA ReTool® offers an all-round service that restores used tools to their original performance level – using the very latest technology and in a resourcefriendly way. Our ability to provide this performance guarantee is a priority of our team of experts right from very early on in product development.

The outcome: mint-condition tools as productive as they were the first day they were used.


FRAISA ReTool® Industrial tool reconditioning with performance guarantee

FRAISA ReTool® offers an all-round service that restores your used tools to their original performance level and optimizes your processes. FRAISA and third-party tools are reconditioned using the very latest technology – and in a resource-friendly way. The outcome: mint-condition tools as productive as they were the first day they were used. And to make things even better, your level of investment is lower than if you were to buy new tools, you increase your productivity and you save costs.

FRAISA ReTool® a performance guarantee founded on integrated development of the tools and the reconditioning process

We guarantee that following their reconditioning with FRAISA ReTool®, your used tools will be restored to the original performance level they had when new. Our ability to provide this performance guarantee is a priority of our team of experts right from very early on in product development.

That’s why the development of the reconditioning process is an integral part of the development phase, alongside the actual product tests and calculating the cutting data. Strict rules apply: the FRAISA ReTool® process is approved only if we are able to fulfil our performance guarantee 100%.


Downloads


Do you have questions about our products?
We are happy to help!

Form fields with an * are mandatory

Please read our privacy statement.