Tooling & Workholding
Mills, drills, taps, reamers, boring bars, cutters, inserts, dies, punches, abrasive wheels and other devices used to cut, mill, drill, grind, tap, notch, punch and form material. Chucks, fixtures, clamps, blocks, angle plates, tooling columns, dies and other mechanisms used to position, locate and hold material as it is being cut, milled, drilled, ground, tapped, notched, punched, formed or welded.
Live tool with coolant-fed bearings can run at high speeds and high duty cycles without the accuracy and failure frequency problems of conventional bearings.
Available in print or online, this detailed, new 6-page, full-color brochure from Dayton Progress examines the various properties and benefits of some common tool steels.
With the idea of cutting overhead costs always, Accu-Square™ tool steel from Diehl Steel reduces the need for further squaring of the blocks to save time in tool, die and mold making.
Forming operations take center stage on the turret punch press through some new tooling innovations from Mate Precision Tooling.