Helical Solutions, LLC manufactures high performance custom and standard end mills. We are committed to excellence in every aspect of manufacturing with emphasis on quality, service and innovation. We design and manufacture all of our carbide cutting tools with the end user in mind, creating application-specific tooling to suit your needs. At Helical, we strive for quality in everything we do, beginning with the highest quality carbide available. Our end mills are inspected using the latest in optical and laser touch-free inspection equipment. We believe in 100% repeatability in performance, ensuring that our customers always receive the best tool for their job. Our commitment to excellence, combined with our consideration toward value and service, has helped us create a high performance product that is also affordable. We are confident that our tools will exceed your expectations and improve your productivity. At Helical, your bottom line is our top priority.
Helical Solutions will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2015, in observance of Independence Day. Our normal operating hours will resume on Monday, July 6, 2015. Have a safe holiday!
We are excited to announce the release of the Helical Milling AdvisorTM. The highly anticipated milling calculator is designed to help users get the most out of Helical end mills.
With over 300 material grades and conditions, you get the recommendations you need, all while working within the capability of your machine tool and set up. With easy to use feed and speed adjustment sliders and an extensive tips and guidelines section, optimal cutting parameters have never been easier to calculate.
The Helical Milling AdvisorTM can be downloaded here.
Helical Solutions has been receiving some great attention recently in some of the industry’s most notable publications. Don’t miss these great stories and announcements!
Read Alan Richter, editor of Cutting Tool Engineering, and our very own Scott Tiehen, discuss the benefits of tool paths for high efficiency roughing in the March 2015 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering. Read the full article here.