Jabro JCO710, HSS-Co grade combined with variable face profile geometry

In roughing and semi finishing applications the JCO710 series fills the gap between solid carbide tools and the indexable inserts programme.


Due to its relatively high toughness, the HSS-Co material is capable of performing in less rigid conditions and can withstand undefined or incidental increased mechanical loads.


The variable face profile geometry minimises possible chatter. This allows the JCO710 series to machine at higher depths of cut, increasing material removal rates in less rigid machining conditions.


The sharpness of the cutting edge and the flute space surface quality allows the material to be removed from the cutting zone. Low friction means low temperature generation, therefore low thermal shock impacts, allowing the JCO710 series to perform at optimised feed rates.


Variable face profile

The defined variable face profile produces an interval that varies from one edge to the next. This minimises the vibrations generated when milling. This allows the JCO710 to machine large depths of cut.

Polished flute spacing

The high quality polished surface of the flute space reduces friction and heat build-up in the cutting zone. The material is removed fast and effectively, creating a smooth cut. This results in an increased material removal rate and improvements in workpiece surface and sub surface quality.

zn-5 and zn-6 flutes

This new addition of zn-4 flute versions to the JCO710 line of solid HSS-E end mills increases process security in full slotting operations, especially in less than ideal cutting conditions.

Additionally, new zn-6 flute versions of the JCO710 allow an efficient and effective solution for side milling high shoulders of up to 4xD in a single pass.



To meet the growing demands of aerospace manufacturers, Seco’s Jabro JCO710 for titanium and stainless steels is now available with internal coolant channels and a proven SIRON-A coating. Combined, these new features further increase the capabilities of this HSS-Co solid end mill by boosting tool life, allowing for faster cutting data, increasing surface quality and maximising process reliability.

How you benefit:

  • High process security and full slotting with the JCO710 geometry
  • High volume, single-pass machining of high shoulders made possible on older machinery


With its centre-cutting frontal teeth design, the JCO710 can also be used for ramping or helical interpolation machining methods. This makes the tool more flexible and can reduce the number of tools required.


The aerospace industry is renowned for the highly complex shapes that are machined.
When machining titanium alloy parts in environments where rigidity is low, we now offer a new solution in roughing at large depths of cut.
Especially on low RPM machines, JCO710’s light cutting geometry, combined with the aerospace focused radii, offers the possibility for near net shape roughing in titanium alloys and stainless steel.

In full slotting operations the JCO710 series can machine with a depth of cut up to 0.7 – 1.0 x Dc. In side or profile milling the depth of cut can be as high as 3 x Dc with a radial depth of cut of up to 0.5 x Dc.


The tools are designed to perform in Stainless steels SMG 8 – 11 and titanium SMG 22.


More information:

On the official SECO JCO710 site.