7/26/2018

Active Chipbreaker Improves Aluminum Turning

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IMTS 2018: Lach Diamond Inc.’s 3D-Active active chipbreaker is beneficial for both rough and finish turning of aluminum.  

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Lach Diamond will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

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Designed for turning aluminum alloys, the 3D-Active active chipbreaker from Lach Diamond Inc. is suitable for both rough machining and fine finishing applications. Whereas CO-type chipbreakers redirect chips, the active chipbreaker is designed to guide chips with a cutting depth (ap) of 0.01 mm.  The cutting depth can be increased up to the maximum length of the cutting edge.

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