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A Guide to Insert Coating Processes and Materials
Few materials have had a greater impact on our economy and industrialized culture than cemented tungsten carbide.
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(Sponsored Content) NS Tool’s patented MUGEN premium coating delivers superior drilling and milling performance on hardened steels, including stainless. And now Single Source Technologies brings you that performance at savings you can’t afford to pa...
Industry’s First General Purpose, High Performance Tap
(Sponsored Content) MultiTAP from Emuge is the industry’s first high performance tap designed to cut a wide range of materials including carbon steel, steel alloys, stainless steel, aluminum, cast iron, copper, brass, and bronze. MultiTAP is also un...
Literature Review: Micro Snap Catalog Supplement
(Sponsored Content) Heule Tool Corporation offers a new 14 page product catalog supplement for the new series MICRO SNAP front & back chamfering tool starting at 2.0mm.
The New Rules of Cutting Tools
Cutting tool technology is evolving rapidly—responding to both changing production demands and more challenging workpiece materials. Machine shops and machining facilities today need to look at their cutting tools differently. They also need to look...
The New Rules of Cutting Tools -- Introduction
(Advertorial) Cutting tool technology is evolving rapidly to respond to changing demands and more challenging workpiece materials. Shops today need to look at cutting tools differently. They need to look at cutting tool suppliers differently as well...
The New Rules of Cutting Tools -- Rule #1: Do More With Your Machine
(Advertorial) The tooling has the potential to transform the process.
The New Rules of Cutting Tools -- Rule #2: Demand Application Expertise
(Advertorial) The support of a knowledgeable tool supplier should be part of what you purchase with the tool.
The New Rules of Cutting Tools -- Rule #3: Diamond Should Not Be Rare
(Advertorial) Consider PCD or CBN wherever capacity is tight.
The New Rules of Cutting Tools -- Rule #4: Focus on the Biggest Sources of Expense
(Advertorial) Labor and machine time are where the real costs occur. The tool cost is tiny compared to the savings it delivers in these areas.