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Compact Burnishing Tools for Swiss-Type Machines

Monaghan Tooling offers Swiss ID Burnishing Tools by Elliott Tool Technologies that are ideal for accurate sizing, low micro-finishing and surface hardening of ID holes down to 4 mm.

Posted: July 6, 2016

These compact burnishing tools from Monaghan are ideal for applications where the machine working envelope is limited, such as in most Swiss-type turning centers, small CNC turning centers and when burnishing parts in sub-spindles where the machine working envelope is reduced.
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Swiss ID Burnishing Tools by Elliott Tool Technologies (Dayton, OH) are ideal for accurate sizing, low micro-finishing and surface hardening of ID holes down to 4 mm. With the tool body completely inside the tool block, the new 5918 series feature an adjustment knob which protrudes from the rear of the tool shank to allow the burnishing tool size to be adjusted for diameter without removal from the tool block.

This cost effective, easy-to-use tooling from Monaghan Tooling Group (Dayton, OH) improves surface irregularities and tool marks, producing optimum surface finishes of 4 Ra to 8 Ra in a single pass. This proven technique can eliminate secondary processes such as grinding, honing and polishing by automating those processes in the primary CNC machine to save set-up and processing time, reduce labor costs and enhance machinery utilization and shop floor productivity.

Compact burnishing tools are ideal for applications where the machine working envelope is limited, as is found in most Swiss-type turning centers, small CNC turning centers, and when burnishing parts in sub-spindles where the machine working envelope is reduced. Burnishing is an ideal way to accurately hold diameter tolerances in “tenths” (.0001 in) and produce micro-finishes in the range of 2 Ra to 8 Ra in most steels, stainless steel, aluminum and other metals that have a hardness of under 50 Rc. This new line of compact ID burnishing tools can be applied to a wide range of industries such as medical, fuel systems, fluid power and small automotive components.

Economical, long-lasting and replaceable wear parts reduce the total cost over the life of the tool. Wear parts are easy to replace, with common tooling available from stock. Their operation and maintenance requires minimal training. The burnishing process has been refined and improved for over 100 years and has a proven track record of success. Monaghan Tooling Group and Elliott Tool Technologies continue this tradition by supplying some of the industry’s highest quality burnishing tools.

Monaghan Tooling Group provides world-class engineered tooling and services, including application-related consulting, to solve machining challenges. They have partnered with industry leading standard and custom tooling manufacturers, including Diatool, UC Tools, RE-AL, MK-Tools, Reamtec, Axis and Elliot Tool Technologies to address the challenges of precision metal finishing and high performance cutting.

Monaghan Tooling Group, 30 North Clinton Street, Dayton, OH  45402, 800-732-4565, sales@MonaghanTooling.com, www.MonaghanTooling.com.

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