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Expanded Insert Line Cuts Interior Threads

Kaiser Tool has expanded its Thinbit Groove ‘N Turn line with the addition of Acme threading inserts designed to cut threads ranging from 4 to 16 threads per inch on conventional, Swiss-type and CNC lathes.

Indexable Insert Accommodates Hard-Part Turning

Sandvik Coromant’s CB7015 indexable insert is intended to be a time-saving tool for hard-part turning.

Toolholder Incorporates Runout Adjustment System

NT Tool now offers the R-Zero runout adjustment system in its CTZ toolholders for large cutting-tool diameters.

Live-Tool Spindles Designed for High-Torque Turrets

ITI Tooling Co. offers a line of live-tool spindles to complement the high-speed, high-torque tool turrets on DMG MORI’s NL, NT, NZ and DuraTurn machines.

Holders Reduce Required Tool Passes for Slot Milling

Briney Tooling Systems offers its Tru Position line of end mill holders with a reduced total indicator reading (TIR) of 0.0002", achieved via internal eccentric grinding.

Multitasking Tool Eliminates Need for Pilot Holes

The CMR multitasking tool, part of the Carmex Tiny Tool line, enables users to bore, turn, face and chamfer with a single tool.

ER Tool Adapter Available on Right-Angle Heads

Heimatec’s U-tec flexible tool adapter, which enables a standard ER-output live tool to accept various adapters for different applications, is now available on all Heimatec right-angle heads.

Boring Inserts Replace cBN Cutters

The Supermini Type-105 tool system from Horn is designed for demanding boring applications involving diameters ranging from 0.2 and 6 mm (0.008" and 0.236"), with more than 1,000 versions of the carbide insert that fit one toolholder.

End Mill’s Truncated Radius Avoids Wear

SwiftCarb offers its XT7 RampMill seven-flute end mill, with an end geometry that enables helical ramp engagement to 8 degrees in steel and exotic metals.

Tool Chuck’s Optimal Runout Achieved with Additive Manufacturing

Mapal’s HighTorque Chuck (HTC) with narrow contour combines the benefits of hydraulic expansion with 3-degree back taper.

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