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Deburring and Burnishing Tools for Swiss-Type and Other Lathes

PMTS 2017: Cogsdill Tool Products Inc. will display a variety of deburring and burnishing tools designed for production machining on Swiss-type and other machines.

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Cogsdill Tool Products Inc. will display a variety of deburring and burnishing tools designed for production machining on Swiss-type and other machines. On display will be the company’s Micro Roller Burnishing Tool series that includes internal tools for part IDs up to 0.501” in through and bottoming styles. Also on display will be external tools for ODs between 0.054-0.254” in bottoming style. The MRBT tools feature a compact design with short tool projections for use where limited space is available. The tools mount in “gang” toolholders, and they feature a rear adjustment mechanism with 0.0001” incremental adjustment capability. These easy to apply and easy to adjust tools provide the ability to obtain ultra-low surface finishes (as low as 2-4 Ra) in seconds, the company says.

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