Browse an array of milling tool types, geometries, and purposes from chamfer mills; to end mills for aluminum and non-ferrous materials; CNC tooling for steels, high-temp alloys, and titanium; and reduced neck end mills.
With proven performance in industry-leading shops, our End Mills for Aluminum are designed with geometries specifically engineered to accelerate metal removal rates and achieve a quality finish in aluminum and non-ferrous materials. The end mills in this section are stocked uncoated or with a Zplus coating and in 3 helix angles: 35°, 40°, and 45°.
With an established reputation for superior tool life, Helical has created a lineup of End Mills for Steels, High-Temp Alloys, & Titanium with proven durability. The stock-standard tools in this section are built for tough materials up to 65 Rc and offered in a variety of options that include variable pitch, multiple profiles, and flute counts from 3 to 14.
Designed for improved finish and increased tool life, Helical’s chamfer cutters are offered in two forms. Our straight flute chamfer cutters, available with 2 or 4 flutes, are perfect for high quality results in standard chamfering operations. Our unique helically fluted design is stocked in 3 and 5 flutes and is an ideal choice for achieving maximum finish quality in materials up to 55 Rc.
Helical Solutions offers reduced neck end mills standard across 19 different high performance product tables. Reduced neck end mills provide maximum strength in long reach and deep pocketing applications.
Metric-sized, high performance solid carbide end mills that are engineered to achieve the same extraordinary results as imperial tooling.
6 Flute, variable pitch end mills specifically engineered to minimize chatter and harmonics during titanium HEM machining operations.
Designed for high feed applications, High Feed End Mills take advantage of chip thinning with a specifically engineered end profile to increase machining efficiencies. Similar to High Efficiency Milling (HEM) techniques, the milling technique for these tools allows for drastically increased feed rates to maximize chip thickness and keep radial forces low.