Cutting a Rug (and Metal, Too)

If attendees time their visit to Iscar’s booth just right, not only will they see the latest in metal cutting tools from the company, but they will also be entertained by two interpretive dancers on the booth’s stage.

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If attendees time their visit to Iscar’s booth right, not only will they see the latest in metal cutting tools from the company, but they will also be entertained by two interpretive dancers on the booth’s stage. The performance is every hour on the hour, blending a four-minute futuristic dance routine with martial arts. Two Israeli dancers will use a video feed in their background that introduces to the audience Iscar’s new Logiq line of tools.

Logiq, Iscar Chess Lines, according to the company, introduces new indexable tooling that up until now could only be approached with a solid carbide tool. For small-diameter drilling operations, the new tooling line expands its Sumocham indexable carbide drilling head line to as small as 4 mm in diameter. Prior to Logiq, the only choice in this diameter range was a solid carbide or HSS drill. Now, the company’s offering includes a small-diameter indexable drill with a quick-change head replacement feature that makes it especially useful for high-production part runs on a Swiss-type machine.

IMTS 2018 Exhibitor

Iscar Metals, Inc.

West, Level 3 & Annex, Booth 431800

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