Material Specific End Mills
Achieve the best performance for your application with Harvey Tool's always-growing selection of Material Specific End Mills. From End Mills for Exotic Alloys to End Mills for Plastics, this fully stocked, massive offering is the industry's best.
When it comes to milling hardened steels, strength and stiffness are of the utmost importance. Harvey Tool End Mills for Hardened Steels are designed to achieve the best performance in hardened tool, die, and mold steels from 48Rc to 68Rc.
High Temp Alloys
Reduce chatter and harmonics, and increase your material removal rates (MRR), with these high performance Variable Helix End Mills and Multi-Flute High Helix Finishers. Choose from square, ball, and corner radius profiles and multiple lengths of cut and reaches.
Medium Alloy Steels
Achieve optimal performance in readily machinable medium alloy steels, stainless steels, and tool steels with these fully stocked Harvey Tool Variable Helix End Mills and Multi-Flute High Helix Finishers, available in inch and metric sizes.
Free Machining Steels
Harvey Tool's vast offering of End Mills for Free Machining Steels includes Variable Helix End Mills and Multi-Flute High Helix Finishers that feature ideal geometries for free machining varieties of carbon steels and stainless steels.
Optimize your tool performance when machining aluminum, aluminum alloys, copper, brass, and bronze alloys with Harvey Tool's fully stocked offering of Variable Helix End Mills, Multi-Flute High Helix Finishers, and 45° Helix End Mills.
Our true crystalline CVD tools will improve abrasion resistance and allow for higher feed rates than uncoated carbide. For even more hardness and abrasion resistance, try our PCD diamond tools, which feature the thickest diamond layer we offer.
Improve your material finish and increase your stock removal with our diverse offering of End Mills for Plastics. Preferred over traditional metal cutting end mills, plastic cutters feature sharp edges and large flute openings to allow for a cleaner cut.
Composites are often machined using standard metal cutting end mills, resulting in lifting and fiber pullout. For optimal performance in difficult-to-machine high-fiber or abrasive composite materials, browse our selection of End Mills for Composites.