Ingersoll Cutting Tools
Ingersoll Cutting Tools
845 S Lyford Rd.
Rockford, IL 61108-2749 US
Join the New Gold Rush!
Join the New Gold Rush!
Join Ingersoll in the modern Gold Rush to discover even higher levels of productivity and profitability. Our new Gold Rush post-coat technology provides better performance and longer tool life than ever before.
Visit our web site or talk to your Ingersoll Cutting Tools representative today to see what's new and reap the benefits of the our innovative Gold Rush products.
Ingersoll Cutting Tools has long been one of the world's leading suppliers of metal removal tooling. Since our first cutting tool patent in 1889, we have strived to provide innovative and productive metal removal solutions on the market.
We pioneered the development of indexable carbide tooling. We were the first to introduce the On-Edge insert configuration. We received the first patent for an indexable ball nose end mill and quickly followed with the first two-effective ball nose.
This innovative trend continues today with a comprehensive range of milling, turning and holemaking metal removal products. Our goal is to help you remain competitive in your rapidly changing manufacturing environment.
You can design the perfect shop, buy the most advanced machines and hire the best people, but the tooling is where the rubber hits the road. It all comes down to removing metal quickly and efficiently for the lowest total cost.
Ingersoll Cutting Tools is a member of the IMC Group of companies.
Cutting Insert Triples Machining Rate, Doubles Edge Life
Ingersoll CNMX Gold Duty indexable coated carbide inserts helped reduced valve bonnet production time from 1 ¾ or 2 hours to about 45 minutes while increasing tool life and chip control.
Delcam to Host December Release Seminar
The company will demonstrate its new software at a production facility.
High-Feed Cutters Improve Tool Life
Ingersoll Cutting Tools will show its Hi-QuadF line of high-feed cutters.
High-Feed Quad Cutters for Milling
Ingersoll’s Hi-QuadF high-feed milling cutters are available with a 13-mm IC insert for 0.088" depth of cut or a 19-mm IC insert for 0.145" depth of cut.
Worth Three Machines
A shop that closely tracks machining performance says its new horizontal machining center delivers productivity comparable to three verticals.
Inserts for Die and Mold Roughing
Ingersoll’s Form-MasterR inserts are designed for die and mold applications.
Moving in with a Customer
Shop owner Chris Nachtmann has established a close relationship with one of his biggest customers. In fact, he moved his operation inside that customer’s facility a couple years ago. Now, he’s making greater strides to invest in and grow his business.
Three-Effective Ballnose Contour Roughers Feature Double-Sided Insert Technology
Designed for copy, channel and deep-pocket machining, the Pro-Trio ballnose contour roughers from Ingersoll feature three-effective flutes to increase productivity.
Cast Iron ISO Turning Grades Provide Chipping Resistance
Ingersoll has introduced its Black-Rush series of cast iron ISO turning grades: TT7005 and TT7015.
Cutting Tool System for Miniature ID Applications
Ingersoll Cutting Tools’ T-Micro system features a two-piece design consisting of a sleeve and replaceable carbide inserts.
Inserts Withstand Heavy, High-Feed Cuts
Swapping standard button inserts for a new grade from Ingersoll helped this manufacturer of downhole oil-drilling equipment double throughput on a troublesome arbor milling job in hardened steel.
Ballnose Contour Roughers Feature Three Effective Flutes
Ingersoll’s Pro-Trio ballnose contour roughers feature three effective flutes. The cutting tool will be one of the products on display at IMTS 2012.
Inserts Offer Four Cutting Edges, Chip Former
Ingersoll’s Gold-Flex inserts feature a four-edged design for multi-functional operations, including grooving, parting, lateral turning and chamfer machining.
High-Feed Cutters Keep Mold Shops Competitive
Ingersoll cutting tools designed specifically for high-feed machining helped these three mold-makers improve productivity on deep cavities and hostile combinations of layered material.
Insert Geometry Doubles Hard Milling Throughput
Insert geometry can make a huge difference in throughput, as demonstrated by the gains this manufacturer realized by swapping tools in a long-reach slot-finishing application in hardened tool steel.
Ballnose End Mills Increase Repeatability
Ingersoll’s Finish-BallRush indexable, fine-milling, ballnose end mill features an stable clamping system designed to increase repeatability.
Ingersoll Breaks Ground on New Facility
Ingersoll Cutting Tools has begun construction on a new facility at its campus in Rockford, Illinois. In addition to housing an automated product distribution center, the 50,000-square-foot facility will enable the company to open up more production space in existing buildings and speed customer deliveries.
Ballnose Cutters Increase Machining Performance
Ingersoll’s Finish-Ball Rush ballnose cutters are designed to increase machining performance.
Replaceable Tip Drills Offer Stability
The pocket design and clamping system on Ingersoll’s Gold Twist replaceable tip drills provide stable performance after multiple tip indexes.
Performance Turning with Twice the Edges
Ingersoll’s Gold-Duty family of CNMX and SNMX turning inserts with HB chipbreakers are designed to deliver low cutting forces and quality surface finishes in medium to rough machining applications.