The limitations of using milling tools to prepare holes for finishing become apparent as hole depth and volume increase. Enter the relatively simple and affordable twin cutter, which can solve this and virtually any other holemaking problem.
The days when precision tools and additive manufacturing strategies could not co-exist are history.
Proper tooling selection is the key for optimal results in this demanding application.
Today’s holemaking techniques need to be more efficient than ever to meet greater demands and closer tolerances. Ultimately, the tool — and its application — matter. For optimal success, it's time to see the whole picture.
Sandvik Coromant will use PARC R&D and software for high-level process planning and automated cost estimation in subtractive manufacturing.
Orders in February grew to $175 million, up slightly from the previous month.
Their new facility provides comprehensive hands-on education programs for new employees, end users and distributors from around the world.
Ideal for aerospace, automotive and other high precision applications, the solid carbide AMT from Carmex minimizes the tendency of aluminum to stick to the cutting tool edges to deliver high surface finish and good chip evacuation.
Along with providing AutoCrib tool crib management software and industrial vending systems, US Tool also reconditions dull, dirty drills and cutting tools and returns them to users sized and packaged with bar-coded labels in reusable boxes, cleaned, sharpened and ready to perform like new.
Ideal for drilling automotive fuel injection nozzles or for medical technology, new miniature deep hole drills from MAPAL range in diameters from 1.0 mm to 2.9 mm (shank diameter 3 mm) for universal drilling in steel and cast iron machining, and drilling depths between 20xD and 30xD.