Counterboring Tools Available in More Diameters
Tungaloy’s TCB series of counterboring tools incorporates expanded tool diameters, ranging from 26 mm to 59 mm or 1.02" to 2.32", and inserts with the CG style chipbreaker geometry.
Tungaloy’s TCB series of counterboring tools incorporates expanded tool diameters, ranging from 26 to 59 mm or 1.02" to 2.32", as well as inserts with the CG-style chipbreaker geometry. The company has introduced these expanded tool diameters in response to a diverse boring market. The new diameters facilitate chip flow in various materials at a range of cutting depths.
The expanded TCB line incorporates a cartridge design to ease diameter adjustments. The diameter can be adjusted by placing different sizes of shims between the tool body and cartridge. This enables a single tool body to machine various diameters. Diameter adjustments in increments of 0.1 mm or 0.004" are also possible with thinner shims.
The TCB series also offers a high-efficiency tooling solution, available for boring and hole enlargement applications and for ID turning and boring on lathes.
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