Insert System Reduces Tool, Storage Costs

Walter’s M4000 program uses an insert system that has a single, basic-shape compatibility with every M4000 body.

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Walter’s M4000 program uses an insert system that has a single, basic-shape compatibility with every M4000 body. The inserts can be used in all tools within the M4000 range to reduce tool and storage costs. Standard cutter styles include high-feed, end, chamfer, T-slot and helical mills.

Also on display will be line extensions of the company’s DC170, a new type of solid carbide, internally cooled drill for the drilling of ISO-P and ISO-K materials. A new high-end, TC142 blind hole tap, able to machine stainless steels and ISO-M materials to a depth of 3× Dn, will also be showcased. Walter Turn Precision Coolant will also be featured in the exhibit. It produces a direct coolant supply through the insert clamp and along the flank face of the insert. 

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