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does a ball mill need water for cooling down

Oct 15, 2000 · Stainless steel can be gummy enough that coolant may be needed as a lubricant when a ball-nose or other round-profile tool is used. That was the case with this Stavax 420 stainless steel mold core. When dry milling wasn’t producing an acceptable surface finish, the operator switched to using liquid coolant and the finish improved

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