Mapal, Inc.

Phone: 810-364-8020
Fax: 810-364-4750

Please visit: Mapal, Inc.

Mailing Address:
4032 Dove Rd.
Port Huron, MI 48060-7442 US

A Special Message from Mapal, Inc.

Product Categories of Mapal, Inc.

  • Arbors (for Cutters)
  • End Mills
  • Facing Tools/Heads
  • Form Tools
  • Grooving Tools
  • Gundrills
  • Inserts, Indexable (Carbide, etc.) & Tool Inserts
  • Mandrels
  • Milling Cutters
  • Tool Presetters
  • Tool Repair, Coating, & Treatment Services
  • Toolholders
  • Tooling Systems, Modular and/or Quick-Change
  • Workholding, Custom

As seen in MMS

Haimer, Mapal Sign Licensing Agreement
Mapal will offer select cutting tools featuring Haimer’s Safe-Lock shank beginning in October 2016.

Line Boring Bar Enables Cutting Edge Retraction for Crankshaft Machining
Mapal’s line boring bar for the fine machining of crankshaft bearing journals is designed to optimize the process with compensation-enabled cutting edges that are said to increase quality, processing speed and tool life.

Three-Flute Drill Extends Tool Life at Higher Feed Rates
Mapal’s three-flute Tritan-Drill is said to achieve more bores, a longer tool life and lower machining costs compared with two-flute drills.

Additive Manufacturing Makes Subtractive Cutting Tools
Mapal reaps the benefits of additive and subtractive manufacturing with its QTD drills.

Inserts Developed for Boring Enable Higher Cutting Speeds
Mapal has developed the HC720, HC725, HC730 and HC735 CVD-coated inserts tailored to the demands of boring in cast material such as GJL, GJV and GJS.

Ballnose Cutter Adds Cutting Edge for Fast Feed Rates
Designed for the production of homokinetic joints of hardened steel in automotive applications, Mapal’s CPMill ballnose milling cutter has been updated for efficiency in pre-machining (soft milling).

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.

Mapal USA Appoints CEO and President
The cutting tool manufacturer produces PCD and carbide tools at two U.S. locations.