Tungaloy Supplies TungCut Grooving Tool with Coolant Supply
Tungaloy has expanded its TungCut series of grooving tools to include the CGP32-CHP parting blade.
Tungaloy has expanded its TungCut series of grooving tools to include the CGP32-CHP parting blade with the ability to internally supply high-pressure coolant.
TungCut features rigid insert clamping for reliable tool life and groove quality during parting operations, the company claims. The CGP32-CHP parting blade enables the tool to internally supply high-pressure coolant to the cutting edge improves chip control, extends tool life, and facilitates higher cutting parameters. In addition, TungCut inserts offer various geometries and grades that excel in parting off operations.
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