Holders Deliver Coolant to Boring Tool Edge

Eastec 2017: Scientific Cutting Tools offers Coolant Ring Technology (CRT) toolholders made from high-quality, heat-treated steel and with a black oxide coating.

Scientific Cutting Tools offers Coolant Ring Technology (CRT) toolholders made from high-quality, heat-treated steel and with a black oxide coating. They are engineered to reduce temperature at the cutting edge by enabling improving coolant penetration deep into bores. The overhang of the tools used with the holders is infinitely adjustable rather than fixed to prevent chatter or other performance-related issues. Customers can use the CRT holder in conjunction with the company’s qualified boring bars and/or threading tools for quick-change machining.

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