The strength of part-off tools is shown in demonstrations whereby they part off a railroad rail and sledge hammer head. Talk about significant interrupted cuts…
This video steps you through the process for installing a standard right-angle head on a machine’s tool changer.
The process seen here uses trochoidal tool paths and cryogenic cooling
I’ve said that the toolholder is the least appreciated element in many milling processes, but the pull stud (or retention knob) is perhaps the least appreciated component of the toolholder.
Watch this short video from Sandvik Coromant to learn about the advantages of thread milling.
The toolholder is arguably the least appreciated element in a system for successful milling on a machining center. Watch a presentation for optimizing the interface between the cutting tool and the spindle.
This short video explains how to check the runout on a collet chuck toolholder.
Metal removal rate is high and the cut is dry. See other basic tips for milling with ceramics.
This toolholder takes advantage of a Swiss-type’s Y-axis motion to approach and engage the barstock from the side, which helps prevent “bird nesting.”
This video shows a device that enables machine tools to quickly deburr both sides of through holes in elliptical and contoured surfaces.