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Cutting Tools

This category comprises tools that are used to remove material from a workpiece through shear deformation. Cutting tools are manufactured as single-point tools or multiple-point tools. Single-point tools cutting tools are commonly used for shaping, planing, turning, and similar tasks that require only a single cutting edge. Multiple-point cutting tools incorporate a number of teeth or other cutting edges, that can simultaneously remove material in a single pass. Examples of cutting tools include drills, reamers, planers, saws, grinders, shapers, taps and dies, and fly cutters.

Move Beyond Standard Tooling

Considering where a standard item’s functionality ends, there are endless possibilities. Yet even when budgets, and in some cases physics, get in the way, the only true limit is one’s imagination.

Cutting Tools: Articles

Move Beyond Standard Tooling

Considering where a standard item’s functionality ends, there are endless possibilities. Yet even when budgets, and in some cases physics, get in the way, the only true limit is one’s imagination.

Considering where a standard item’s functionality ends, there are endless possibilities. Yet...

HRSA Machining Takes the Heat

By retaining their hardness at the high temperatures generated by machining heat-resistant super alloys, these ceramic cutting tools achieve much greater speeds over solid-carbide tools for higher productivity that reduces cost per part.

By retaining their hardness at the high temperatures generated by machining heat-resistant...

Next Steps in the Digitalization of Tooling and Its Impact on Operators

Digital tools are already here in the form of DROs and one-way communications to mobile devices, but that’s only the beginning. Get ready for some exciting breakthroughs in automation that promise higher productivity, increased safety, greater throughput and less scrap.

Digital tools are already here in the form of DROs and one-way...

Tool Measuring Systems and RFID Working: A Powerful Combination

Efficiently moving information around your shop floor is more important than ever. Connected through RFID, a shop can now use a tool presetter to monitor things never monitored before and use that data to fine-tune processes, reduce inefficient costs like scrap and waste, and make the factory floor smarter, streamlined, far more efficient and competitive.

Efficiently moving information around your shop floor is more important than ever....

Making the Switch from Negative to Positive Tool Offsets

With Video

This simple switch makes life much easier because it introduces more standardization to the shop floor, reduces the burden on operators, increases setup speed and dramatically reduces the chances of human error. All of which saves time and realizes return on investment – and each additional machine helps increase the rate of return.

This simple switch makes life much easier because it introduces more standardization...
Cutting Tools: Products

Rougher/Finisher Combo Is Up To 300% More Efficient Than Drill/Reamer Combinations

Unlike boring tools that involve time-consuming benchwork and complicated measuring for proper part repositioning, Seco Tool’s JC898 rougher and JC899 hybrid stacker simplify CFRP-titanium and CFRP-aluminum hybrid material holemaking and milling operations by eliminating post-machining work.

Unlike boring tools that involve time-consuming benchwork and complicated measuring for proper...

Solid Carbide Drill with SGL-Point Geometry

Kennametal’s chip-friendly fluke design keeps stainless steel, nickel, and cobalt-based alloys from sticking to the cutting tool in aerospace and energy applications. The B21*SGL’s low thrust level enables productive drilling in delicate workpiece geometries.

Kennametal’s chip-friendly fluke design keeps stainless steel, nickel, and cobalt-based alloys from...
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