7/5/2018

Deep-Hole Tooling Covers Range of Applications

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IMTS 2018: Sunnen Products Co. offers deep hole tooling and systems for primary hole generation, single-source bore creation and finishing solutions, and automated and manual honing systems.

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Sunnen Products Company will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

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Sunnen Products Co. offers deep hole tooling and systems for primary hole generation, single-source bore creation and finishing solutions, automated and manual honing systems, custom system development and integration, abrasives, tooling, cutting fluids, and gaging. Its products include tooling for initial hole creation and other complementary bore-sizing and finishing processes such as trepanning, counterboring and form boring. The company also offers pressure heads, vibration dampers, boring bars, the SHD skiving and roller burnishing system, and deep hole drilling and boring machines. Its various tools for creating intricate internal-profiled deep holes range from 0.5" to 36" diameter.

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