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Stainless steel can be as common as Aluminum in many shops, especially when manufacturing parts for the aerospace and automotive industries. It is a fairly versatile material with many different alloys and grades which can accommodate a wide variety of applications. However, milling steel can also be immensely difficult. Stainless steels are notorious end mill assassins, so dialing in your speeds and feeds and selecting the proper tool is essential for machining success.
Stainless steels are high-alloy steels with superior corrosion resistance to carbon and low-alloy steels. This is largely due to their high chromium content, with most grades of stainless steel alloys containing at least 10% of the element.
Choosing the correct tooling for your application is crucial when machining stainless steel. Roughing, finishing, slotting, and high efficiency milling toolpaths can all be optimized for stainless steel by choosing the correct style of end mill.
For slotting in stainless steel, chip evacuation is going to be key. For this reason, 4 flute tools are the best choice because the lower flute count allows for more efficient chip evacuation. Tools with chipbreaker geometry also make for effective slotting in stainless steel, as the smaller chips are easier to evacuate from the cut.
When finishing stainless steel parts, a high flute count and/or high helix is required for the best results. Finishing end mills for stainless steel will have a helix angle over 40 degrees, and a flute count of 5 or more. For more aggressive finishing toolpaths, flute count can range from 7 flutes to as high as 14. Below is a great example of a finishing run in 17-4 Stainless Steel.
High Efficiency Milling can be a very effective machining technique in stainless steels if the correct tools are selected. Chipbreaker roughers would make an excellent choice, in either 5 or 7 flute styles, while standard 5-7 flute, variable pitch end mills can also perform well in HEM toolpaths.
Helical Solutions offers the HEV-5 end mill, which is an extremely versatile tool for a variety of applications. The HEV-5 excels in finishing and HEM toolpaths, and also performs well above average in slotting and traditional roughing. Available in square, corner radius, and long reach styles, this well-rounded tool is an excellent choice to kickstart your tool crib and optimize it for stainless steel machining.
While tool selection is a critical step to more effective machining, dialing in the proper running parameters is equally important. There are many factors that go into determining the running parameters for stainless steel machining, but there are some general guidelines to follow as a starting point.
Machining Advisor Pro is a cutting edge resource designed to precisely calculate running parameters for high performance Helical Solutions end mills in materials like stainless steel, aluminum, and much more. Simply input your tool, your exact material grade, and machine setup and Machining Advisor Pro will generate fully customizable running parameters. This free resource allows you to push your tools harder, faster, and smarter to truly dominate the competition.
The \"civic virtue ... celebrated\" in Canadian Ballads has immortalized McGee less as a \"sweet singer\" than as a Father of Confederation and as the victim of an assassin's bullet in Ottawa on April 8, 1868.5 Nevertheless, McGee's ballads, \"especially 'Sebastian Cabot to His Lady,' 'Jacques Cartier,' 'The Arctic Indian's Faith' and 'Our Ladye of the Snow,'\" \"became immediate ... favourites\" among Canadian readers and were much imitated by other writers, particularly Irish Montrealers such as George Murray and Rosanna (Mullins) Leprohon (Klinck 156-57; and see O'Donnell). As significant as any of the pieces in Canadian Ballads (and, arguably, in the commemorative collection of McGee's Poems that was published in Montreal a year after his death) is \"Thomas Moore at St. Anne's,\" a brief treatment of the poet's visit to Canada that uses his response to the \"glorious song\" of the St. Lawrence and its \"boatm[e]n\" to make the point that Canadian poets do indeed possess \"a glorious field upon which to work for the formation of... a National Literature\":
The \"crime and misery\" of the Acadian expulsion cannot be forgotten, but they can be subordinated to a bond born of shared knowledge and sympathy. \"Whatever, once, their country and their race, / One hope and one ambition closely tie / This people to a common destiny,\" Herbin had written in Canada, and Other Poems (1891). \"Stray winds of discontent do sometimes fan / The flowering peace, and dull the day with shade\" but still and overall \"Union has raised up her stainless flag ... where nothing shall betray\" ([5, 9]). Time is still testing Herbin's optimism. 076b4e4f54