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11/2/2017

Boring Bar Available with Multiple Threading Adapters

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Designed for internal threading and grooving applications, the Carmex Modular line uses a single boring bar that can be fitted with multiple adapters for accuracy, easy adjustment and repeatability.

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Designed for internal threading and grooving applications, the Carmex Modular line uses a single boring bar that can be fitted with multiple adapters for accuracy, easy adjustment and repeatability. Coated with abrasive-resistant nickel, the adapters can be used with all Carmex standard thread-turning inserts in 16-, 22-, and 27-mm sizes. The 16-mm grooving inserts fit the MLR-L 16-32 and MLR-L 16-40 adapters. The inserts can reduce inventory, thereby saving appreciable costs. The boring bars and adapters can be used with internal high-pressure and conventional coolant.

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