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Ceramic Milling Products on Display

Eastec 2017: Greenleaf Corp. will showcase its full line of carbide and ceramic inserts and cutting tools.

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Greenleaf Corp. will showcase its full line of carbide and ceramic inserts and cutting tools. The company will also exhibit its Excelerator milling system and its phase-toughened ceramic insert grade, Xsytin-1. The company will host live ceramic milling demonstrations and a lunch-and-learn event about optimizing productivity with ceramic cutting tools.

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