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Sumitomo



Phone: 847-635-0044
Toll-Free: 800-950-5202
Fax: 847-635-9335

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Mailing Address:
1001 Business Ctr.
Mt. Prospect, IL 60056 US



A Special Message from Sumitomo

Visit us at IMTS 2014

Company Profile

For a quarter century, we've made it our mission to design and produce exceptionally innovative and advanced cutting tool solutions. Our aggressive R&D and design ingenuity give you more choices in turning systems, drilling systems, milling systems and inserts, including PCBN and PCD coated versions. Every Sumitomo solution is painstakingly developed to meet your need for higher productivity and precision.

Product Categories of Sumitomo

  • Boring Tools for Turning Machines
  • Collets for Toolholding
  • Cut-Off Tools/Attachments
  • Drill Chucks
  • Drilling Heads/Attachments
  • End Mills
  • Grooving Tools
  • Inserts, Indexable (Carbide, etc.) & Tool Inserts
  • Milling Cutters
  • Milling Heads/Attachments
  • Threading Tools
  • Tool Holders & Adapters
  • Tooling Systems, Modular and/or Quick-Change

Trade Names

  • sumiBore
  • sumiBoron
  • sumiBreakers
  • sumiCeramic
  • sumiCermet
  • sumiChamfer
  • sumiCutoff
  • sumiDiamond
  • sumiLock
  • sumiMill
  • sumiNotch
  • sumiSystems

Deep Links

Product Announcements Provided By Sumitomo

DRILL AND CHAMFER IN A SINGLE OPERATION WITH sumiCHAMFER™ STSTEMS FROM SUMITOMO ELECTRIC

SUMITOMO DEVELOPS NEW BNC150 COATED PcBN GRADE FOR TURNING HARDENED STEELS

SUMITOMO ELECTRIC OFFERS AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE TO DNMG INSERTS – THE 55 Degree SumiTurn T-REX TRIANGLE INSERT

SUMITOMO ELECTRIC'S BN700 PcBN INSERT BOASTS HIGH WEAR-RESISTANCE FOR THE MACHINING OF CAST IRON AND POWDERED METAL

SUMITOMO ELECTRIC'S INNOVATIVE SMD REPLACEABLE CARBIDE TIP DRILL ALLOWS ONE DRILL BODY TO MOUNT MULTIPLE DRILL SIZE HEAD

As seen in MMS

Radius Cutters' Round Pocket Design Eliminates Insert Rotation
Sumitomo's RSX radius mill cutter series is designed for a range of applications including face milling, ramping, slotting, 3D interpolation and helical boring.

Chipbreaker Designed for Swiss Turning
Sumitomo Electric Carbide offers its MESI Chipbreaker for Swiss turning and small-parts machining, including medical applications.

Shoulder Milling Series for Steels, Cast Iron
Sumitomo Electric Carbide’s PWS shoulder-milling cutting series handles a variety of materials, including steels, stainless steels and cast irons.

Grade Promotes Precision in Powdered Metal Machining
Sumitomo Electric Carbide’s uncoated BN7500 CBN grade is designed for high-precision, high-efficiency machining of powdered metal in industries such as automotive and agriculture.

Sumitomo Opens Engineering Center
The company has strengthened its commitment to North American customers.

Face Mill for Iron and Steel Applications
Featuring a lowered cutting force and V-shaped insert edge, the DNX 25-degree face mill from Sumitomo provides decreased vibration and increased stability during machining.

Face Mill for Iron and Steel Applications
Sumitomo’s DNX 25-degree face mill for iron and steel applications features a lowered cutting force and V-shaped insert edge.

Chipbreaker for Medical Machining Applications
Sumitomo's Mesi chipbreaker for Swiss and medical part machining features a high-precision cutting edge.

Uncoated Grades for Die Steel Manufacturing
The BN1000 and BN2000 uncoated grades from Sumitomo Electric Carbide are suited for high speed to general-purpose turning in bearing and die steel manufacturing.

Milling Line Features General-Purpose Face Mill
The 45-degree DGC cutter from Sumitomo Electric Carbide is a general-purpose face mill that accepts double-sided square and octagon inserts.

Around the World in a Single Booth
Visitors to Sumitomo Electric Carbide’s Booth W-2422 have the opportunity to win not only a free cutting tool, but also a trip for themselves and a guest to Hawaii, Colorado, Las Vegas or even Japan. All they have to do is get their passports stamped.

Carbide Series for Turning Steels and Stainless Steels
Sumitomo will display its AC810P, AC820P and AC830P grades featuring super fine and flat (FF) coating at IMTS 2012.

Sumitomo Electric Carbide Drill Series Offers Large Diameters
Sumitomo Electric Carbide’s WDX series drills are available in diameters ranging from 0.5625" to 2.625" in 2×D, 3×D and 4×D body lengths.

90-Degree Lead Angle Optimizes Shoulder Milling
Sumitomo Electric Carbide’s WFX cutter series features a 90-degree lead angle to optimize shoulder milling.

Insert Grade Coating Improves Tool Life
Sumitomo Electric Carbide’s AC420K insert is a CVD-coated carbide grade that features layers of TiCN and Al2O3 for wear, chipping and heat resistance.

Milling Cutter for Roughing, Finishing Cast Iron
Sumitomo Electric Carbide says its SumiMill Goalmill milling cutter accurately finishes cast iron.

Turning of Steels and Stainless Steels
The Super FF (Fine and Flat) coating on the company’s new insert grades, AC820P and AC830P, is wear resistant and reduces the possibility of chip adhesion because of its smoothness. 

New Generation Of Steel Turning Grades
Sumitomo’s next generation of P20 and P30 coated carbide turning grades include the AC820P, which is designed for general-purpose turning of steels and stainless steels and the AC830P, which is designed for interrupted cuts and roughing. The Super FF coating provides wear and breakage resistance while increasing tool life.

Grades For General-Purpose, Interrupted Turning
The wear-resistant Super FF coating (Fine and Flat) on Sumitomo’s AC820P and AC830P grades is said to reduce the possibility of chip adhesion due to its smoothness. Combined with carbide substrates, the series is said to offer higher speed capabilities and greater resistance to breakage than conventional carbide grades when machining steels and stainless steels.

Coating For Dry Machining Of Al Alloys
Engineers from Sumitomo Electric Industries have developed a diamond-like carbon coating (DLC) for the dry machining of aluminum alloys and nonferrous applications. Previously, in the first stages of harsh-environment cutting, coatings would peel and lose their beneficial properties.