HORN USA, Inc.
320 Premier Court, Suite 205
Franklin, TN 37067 US
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New Substrate Increases Tool Life Turning Tough Materials of Small Diameters
PMTS 2017: Horn USA's Supermini cutting tool’s new substrate, coating and edge preparation is said to provide high-performance results in small diameters.
Collet Chuck System Helps Produce AR Parts Efficiently
A collet chuck system from Horn USA Inc. helped firearm parts manufacturer Manufacturing Partners Inc. hit is productivity targets.
Inside Gear Expo 2015
Billed as “The Drive Technology Show,” this year’s event featured new machine designs and cutting tools, heat-treat processes, and materials and hardening processes for hybrid transmission applications.
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.
Horn Expands Production, Office Space
The company is investing the equivalent of some $76 million in the expansion which, it is said, will make the company’s Tübingen, Germany, manufacturing presence the largest in the area.
Cartridge System Eliminates Face Milling after Parting Off
Horn has added a type-842 cartridge system featuring smaller dimensions for machining smaller workpieces to its 940 modular grooving system comprising a basic holder, a grooving toolholder and a cartridge.
News from Horn’s Technology Days
Every two years, cutting tool and carbide specialist Horn invites customers, distributors, suppliers and the industrial press to Tübingen, Germany for its Technology Days event. This year, the highlights include news of expanded production space, plans for a new office building and details of innovative product developments.
Face-Grooving System Expands Depth Range
Horn’s 25A face grooving system includes a toolholder with square shanks, cassettes and round shanks with internal coolant to boost chip flow.
Face Milling Cutter for High-Polish Milling
Horn’s M117P face milling cutter is designed for high-polish milling applications.
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.
Cutting Tool Helps Automotive Manufacturer Implement Design Change
Horn USA’s Mini Mill helped Machine Tool and Gear mill a flat at 90 degrees from other operations.
Carbide Blanks Available for Precision Tool Manufacturers
Horn offers a range of carbide blanks for precision tools in both ground and raw-sintered versions.
Cutting Insert Incorporates Through-Tool Coolant
The Horn HP65-grade S224 indexable insert with through-tool coolant features the company’s 3V geometry and a 3-mm (0.118") grooving width.
Anatomy of a High-Feed Insert
These tools exploit chip thinning to enable efficient roughing at high feed rates and light cutting depths.
Anatomy of a High-Feed Insert
An examination of Horn’s recently expanded DAH series sheds light on the design features that make high-feed milling inserts effective. These particular tools also offer their own advantages.
Event Highlights Growing, Diverse Tool Supplier
Horn’s biennial “Technology Days” proved aptly named, as attendees were treated to a wealth of technical information. That included a tour of a new carbide plant where “green” inserts are shaped via extrusion and injection molding.
Indexable Inserts from Powder
During the 2013 edition of its biennial “Technology Days” event, Horn treated the press to a tour of its entire manufacturing operation. Here are a few highlights.
New Cutting Tools Unveiled
Among the 10 products being introduced in the U.S. for the first time are the 109 type Supermini series grooving and boring tools and the S100 cutting insert with internal cooling.
Road Report: Wish You Were Here, Day 4
This year, the volcano in Iceland didn’t stop Chris Koepfer, editor-in-chief of Production Machining magazine, from visiting grooving tool maker P.H. Horn for its Technology Days open house and seminar in Tubingen, Germany.
Tech Days and the Volcano
On April 17, I was ticketed on a flight from Atlanta to Stuttgart, Germany at the invitation of cutting tool maker Horn USA. Unfortunately, the eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano disrupted my trip.