What's your Burr cut type? It's important to know the different Burr end cuts we offer to maximize your removal rate and improve your surface finish. Our Burr cut styles include single cut, chip breaker cut, double cut, diamond cut, and FAST mill cut. Check out our end cut types below to see what's best for you based on your materials and usage.
Fullerton Tool has partnered with HAIMER USA, the market leader in tool holding technology, as a licensee of HAIMER's Safe-Lock System. We are now offering our advanced performance end mills with the HAIMER Safe-Lock System.
In an effort to focus our capacity on new product series and popular EDP items, we are reducing our current product offering. These changes are in progress and will take a few months to complete. We will be removing EDP items from seven of our tool series in addition to eliminating seven entire tool series. A majority of the EDP items and series that are being removed from our product offering are slow moving items with low sales volume. If any of these EDP items are products that you purchase, they will still be available for purchase as a special tool with similar pricing (minimum quantity required). Any items that are currently in stock can be purchased at today’s price until sold out. We also have other tool series that are great alternatives for these removed items or you can take an available standard and make alterations to it with our Altered End Mills FAST Quote tool on our website or design the exact tool you need on our JIT end mill FAST Quote.
We are happy to welcome Ron Wallace & Associates, Inc. (RWA) as our newest manufacturing representative agency to provide support for our Fullerton product line. RWA will be representing Fullerton in West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. RWA has seven territory managers specific to the industrial market, of which six will be representing Fullerton’s product lines.
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This Tool Tip features useful information on effective feed rates, chip thinning using a Ball Nose and understanding angle of attack (AoA). Check out our Tool Tip below.