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Tools Improve Process Reliability in Oil and Gas Applications

Horn offers a range of tooling for mechanical machining of pipes and sleeves for the crude oil and gas industries.


Manually Actuated Clamping Devices Ease Tool Changes

The SVP-Mini and SVP-RM manually actuated clamping devices from Schunk are run on factory-defined set pressure.


Blade-Style Tooling for Internal Grooving

ThinBit, manufactured by Kaiser Tool Co., is expanding its line of DeepGroove support blade-style tooling.


Fixed-Pocket Drill Heads Improve Straightness

Ingersoll offers its TBTA-H series drill heads in diameters ranging from 0.984" to 2.559" (25 to 65 mm).


Four-in-One Cutting Tool System for Diverse Applications

Millstar’s Quad Force Machining systems of solid carbide cutting tools feature cutting geometry with the capacity to perform four cutting actions in one.


Honing Stones Offer Alternative to Superabrasives

Sunnen’s 60-grit red aluminum-oxide honing stones are designed to provide an alternative to superabrasives for heavy stock removal.


Cutting Platform Reduces Horsepower Draw

Widia’s Victory VSM11 platform includes cutter bodies and inserts designed for low-horsepower draw and free machining.


Threading Tools for Nickel-Based Alloys

Emuge offers a comprehensive line of high-performance tools for threading nickel and super-alloy materials ranging to 46 HRc.


Presettable Toolholders Enable Quick Tool Changes

Available from Schwanog, Göltenbodt’s next-generation line of toolholders is designed for Tornos MultiSwiss 6X4 and Star Swiss-type automatic lathes.


Cutters and Inserts Enable Continuous Heavy-Duty Cutting

Lovejoy Tool Co.’s MaxCut 651 cutters feature a new chip gullet design and 0.250"-thick inserts for continuous heavy-duty work.





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