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4/6/2006

Grooving And Profiling Inserts And More

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Greenleaf Corporation’s expanded Grooving and Profiling line consists of a variety of cut-off, grooving and profiling inserts and tooling.

 

The carbide Groove Turn System (GTS) and Cut-Off System (COS) inserts for grooving, profiling and cut-off have been added to accommodate standard toolholder systems. The GTS groove-turn system offers computer-engineered inserts that are designed to provide chip control when grooving, turning or profiling in any direction. The company’s COS cut-off insert has a positive chip form geometry that is coupled with a PVD-coated grade. According to the company, these properties foster straight, smooth cut-off while promoting long tooling life on demanding materials.

 

The Greenleaf Grooving and Profiling system, which accepts carbide and ceramic inserts, includes fixed-blade tools. It is also compatible with qualified tool shanks and bars that accept 248 standard support blade combinations.

 

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