Sumitomo’s GND Grooving Toolholders Reduce Chatter and Eliminate Vibration
GND grooving toolholders from Sumitomo Electric Carbide Inc. are engineered to reduce chatter and eliminate vibration.
GND grooving toolholders from Sumitomo Electric Carbide Inc. are engineered to reduce chatter and eliminate vibration. Featuring high rigidity bodies and single-piece special steel construction, the GND produces less chatter and eliminates vibration.
GND toolholders also deliver steady performance for turning, profiling, facing and cut-off applications. Because of sintering technology, the GND tool inserts offer improved tolerance of ±0.0012” (±0.03mm) for all grooving widths from 0.079” to 0.250” (2.0 to 6.0 mm).
GND toolholders also provide special chipbreakers for various machining applications. Each of the six chipbreakers serves a specific purpose from turning to profiling to facing. The GND lineup features the following chipbreakers: MG, a general feed type for turning; ML, a low feed type for multi-purpose use; GG, a general feed type for grooving; GL, a low feed type for grooving; CG, a general feed type for cut-off, and RG a general feed type for profiling.
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