In this series of videos, Kennametal introduces the new HARVI I TE four-flute, solid carbide end mill and shows it in use in a variety of applications.

Kennametal introduces the HARVI I TE four-flute, solid carbide end mill with a twisted cutting edge for increased corner stability, enabling soft cutting action even at the highest ramping angles. A precision faceted eccentric relief reduces vibrations and friction and innovative chip gashes within the flutes reduce cutting forces and support efficient chip evacuation.

Watch the three short videos below to learn more about this proprietary design which machines steel, stainless steel, cast iron and high-temperature alloys with exceptional feed rates:

See a demonstration of side milling and dynamic milling techniques with the HARVI™ I TE.


Observe how the new solid end mill from Kennametal easily tears through steel, stainless steel, titanium and aluminum


Watch the chips fly through a variety of applications, including finishing, roughing, slotting, interpolation and plunging.

To learn more about how the HARVI™ line of solid carbide end mills can make your job easier and more profitable, go to

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