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4/9/2010

Inserts for Static O-Ring Grooves

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Thinbit, manufactured by Kaiser Tool Company, offers an addition to the Groove ‘N Turn line for machining static O-ring grooves.

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Thinbit, manufactured by Kaiser Tool Company, offers an addition to the Groove ‘N Turn line for machining static O-ring grooves. Available in OD and face-grooving styles, the inserts feature a 7-degree included angle and are available in two grades of submicron carbide. Companion toolholders and a full range of coatings are also available.

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