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2/25/2011

Acme and Stub Acme Lathe Threading Tools

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The company offers a complete range of solid carbide Acme and Stub Acme lathe threading tools for demanding applications in tough materials.

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The company offers a complete range of solid carbide Acme and Stub Acme lathe threading tools for demanding applications in tough materials. Manufactured from a sub-micrograin carbide, both uncoated and TiAlN-coated versions are available in sizes ranging from 1/4-16 to 1.00" – 5 TPI. According to the company, the tools maximize rigidity and toughness during coarse-pitch internal Acme thread cutting.       

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