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Ensuring Accuracy by Containing Coolant
One of the details that has been improved on a new cylindrical grinder is a casting design that isolates coolant from affecting the structure of the machine.
Air in Your Favor
Blasting coolant through the spindle and out the end of the cutting tool is a great way to clear chips. Haas Automation’s Through-Tool Air Blast option can be an advantageous alternative.
What the heck’s a “nano-onion,” and how can it help me machine more effectively?
Quickly Give Live Tools Coolant-Through Capability
This retrofit system enables users to quickly and easily add through-tool coolant delivery on their live tooling.
Behind Closed Doors
Lang Technovation’s Clean-Tec fan clears away chips and coolant inside enclosed machining centers.
Get the Handbook on MQL
A free handbook from Unist explains the benefits of minimum quantity lubrication and offers advice for those interested in moving away from conventional flood coolants.
Tooling Tips for Exotics
While exotic materials typically provide improved wear characteristics and better service life in the final product, they can present particular challenges during machining.
Metalworking Fluids and Machining
Blaser Swisslube uses its technology center in Switzerland to conduct tests that mimic the real-world work its customers perform. Here’s an example of an optimized drilling process.
Study Details Advantages of MQL for Micromachining
A recent study found that Minimum Quantity Lubrication increased tool life by 100 times versus dry micromachining of 316L stainless steel.
Coolant Reclamation Unit on Call
Portability enables this coolant reclamation unit to be used on many different machines. Plus, it does its thing while the machine tool remains operating.