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Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp.



Phone: 828-698-4137
Toll-Free: 800-823-7284
Fax: 828-692-1344

Cutting Tool Division
Please visit: Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp.

Mailing Address:
100 Industrial Park Rd.
Mountain Home, NC 28758 US



A Special Message from Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp.

THE MONSTER...Kyocera's MSR Heavy Roughing Milling Cutter

Kyocera is much more than ceramics

Kyocera's Cutting Tool Division is the market leader in Japan and a leading supplier of high-quality tooling solutions in North America. Kyocera manufactures a diversified product line of turning, milling and drilling products. Our indexable inserts are manufactured to the highest quality standards in both Japan and the U.S.A and include coated and uncoated carbide, cermet, ceramic, CBN and PCD. Kyocera's continuous investment and focus on R&D has resulted in market beating products such as our innovative CVD coated CA55-series for steel and CA65-series for stainless steel, our high performance MEC endmills and facemills, our highly acclaimed MSR heavy cutter and most recently our new line of coated CBN, just to name a few. The Cutting Tool Division of Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation is headquartered in Mountain Home, NC where we manufacture and operate our Technical Center from which we provide training and technical services both on location and on-the-road at our customer's facilities. Kyocera provides high quality and innovative cutting tool solutions guaranteed to improve productivity at the spindle.

Company Profile


Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation (KICC), a core company of the Kyocera Group, is a leading manufacturer and provider of cutting tool products, advanced ceramic components, liquid crystal displays, thermal printheads, metallized assemblies and industrial lenses. The Kyocera Group is a diversified network of companies working together to create new value for businesses and consumers. Kyoto, Japan-based Kyocera Corporation (NYSE: KYO), the group?s global parent, employs approximately 64,000 people in 25 nations and recorded consolidated net sales of approximately US$10.8 billion during the year ended March 31, 2007.

Product Categories of Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp.

  • Boring Tools for Turning Machines
  • Chamfering Tools
  • Cut-Off Tools/Attachments
  • Diamond Tools
  • Drills
  • End Mills
  • Facing Tools/Heads
  • Grooving Tools
  • Inserts, Indexable (Carbide, etc.) & Tool Inserts
  • Milling Cutters
  • Threading Tools
  • Tool Holders & Adapters

Trade Names

  • Cera-Cut
  • Cera-Max
  • Cera-Notch
  • Drill Mill
  • Magic Drill
  • MEGACOAT


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Product Announcements Provided By Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp.

CA55 Series CVD Coated Carbides for Steel

CA6515/CA6525 CVD Coated Carbide for Stainless Steel

MEC Ultra Hurricane Endmills & Facemills

MECH Helical End Mill

MECX Fine-Pitch Endmills and Facemills

As seen in MMS

Kyocera Consolidates North American Operations
The company has formed a subsidiary to consolidate its cutting tool operations in North America.

High-Feed Milling Cutter Resists Vibration
The MFH-Raptor high-feed milling cutter from Kyocera Industrial Ceramics features a vibration-resistant design for increased productivity in ramping and helical milling at high speeds.

Cermet Cutting Tools Suited for Machining Steel
The PV7025 PVD-coated, cermet grade of indexable cutting tool inserts from Kyocera are designed for general machining of steel.

Coated Carbide Grades for Cast Iron Machining
Kyocera’s CA4505 and CA4515 CVD coated carbide grades of indexable cutting tool inserts are designed for machining gray and nodular (ductile) cast iron.

Cermets Get Assertive
The toughness of this material has improved. Today, the applications for cermet inserts go well beyond finishing.

Coated Carbide Grades For Steels

End Mills And Face Mills For Heavier Cuts

Strong Bar Boring Kits

Cut-Off Toolholder

Small-Diameter Drilling Under Scrutiny
Today's smooth-running high rpm spindles not only allow shops to cut faster with standard tool designs, they also unlock the potential of tiny tools.

Insert Has Built-In Wear Sensor
Kyocera's Sensor Tool turns the insert into its own breakage detection system.