We are quickly moving from information technology to intelligent technology, toward a time when a worn cutting tool insert will know when it’s time to be replaced by a fresh one and will ask an available robot to get a new one and make the change.
These advanced laser cutting and inspection systems enable cutting tool manufacturers to achieve results that were formerly unattainable.
Canyon Hydro sped up deliveries by two months – without raising machining costs – with a last minute processing switch and a new multipurpose mill that roughs out 4,500 lb of chips in one-third the time of conventional face mills.
A twelve-tooth groove milling tool bites 19 hours off the 80-hour cycle time on a tough-to-machine part and keeps potentially outsourced work in-house – with greater profit.
The MSX mill from Sumitomo is ideal for ramping and helical applications using general steel, alloy steel, stainless steel and cast iron.
Ceratizit advances their solid carbide tools position for growth in the aerospace, automotive and medical industries.
The strategy is to develop and offer engineered solutions for machining aluminum and cast iron in the automotive industry.
Shops in search of process improvements will find the increase in process speeds, higher quality, less tool maintenance and lower operating costs generated by this innovative tooling system anything but boring.
Ideal for conventional, Swiss and CNC machines, these Counter-Clockwise inserts cut internal face grooves in ferrous and non-ferrous materials with major diameters starting at 0.300 in.
Take a look through this assortment of new cutting tools and discover how they can reduce your machining costs and improve your precision to whole new levels.
Omega M726 and M725 end mills from IMCO are ideal for machining hardened steels up to 58-62 HRC, running wet or dry.