Blaser Swisslube Inc.
31 Hatfield Lane
Goshen , NY 10924 US
Blaser Swisslube develops and produces high-quality cutting and grinding fluids and its customers produce with great success, a wide range of products, from the tiniest of components to large, critical and structural components in all manufacturing industries. Blaser Swisslube is an independent and family-owned Swiss company founded in 1936. Blaser Swisslube is represented in about 60 countries, close to its customers. The Company develops and produces high-quality cutting and grinding fluids and its customers produce, with great success, a wide range of products from the tiniest of components to large, critical and structural components in all manufacturing industries.
Our goal is to optimize its customers‘ manufacturing processes with the liquid tool and to improve their economic efficiency, productivity as well as the machining quality. In close cooperation with the customers, Blaser Swisslube presents the possibilities to fully exploit the potential of machines and tools by using the right metalworking fluid which becomes a liquid tool. This promise is backed by excellent products, customized services, competent experts and its long experience in the metalworking industry.
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Blaser Swisslube Launches Website for Shops Ramping Up After Shutdown
The website includes a restart checklist for water-miscible coolants, video tutorials for proper machine cleaning and a guide on coolant care.
Synthetic Cutting Fluid Keeps Shop Cleaner without Sacrificing Performance
Sometimes synthetic metalworking fluids end up negatively impacting tool life when used with tough materials. Wells Manufacturing overcame that issue when it converted to a new product from Blaser Swisslube.
Clear Metalworking Fluid Engineered for Easier Part Cleaning
Eastec 2019: Synergy 735 metalworking fluid from Blaser Swisslube is crystal-clear, water-miscible and oil-free, engineered to leave spotless surfaces that are easier to clean.
NTMA Members Spotlight Shop Additions
While traveling with some members of the National Tooling and Machining Association, a few highlighted recent improvement efforts from which their operations have benefited a good deal.
Machining Technology Trip to Japan
A recent trip with NTMA members to Okuma and Big Daishowa manufacturing facilities provided the opportunity to learn about their in-house production capabilities and new machining technology offerings.
Neutral-Odor Coolant Can Be Used with Various Materials
IMTS 2018: With a neutral pH and good rinse behavior, Blaser Swisslube’s Synergy 735 coolant is a water-miscible, oil-free metalworking fluid that contributes to easy-to-clean surfaces.
Partners in THINC Winter Showcase to Demonstrate Five-Axis Setup
The demonstration is intended to benefit shops that need to do five-axis work but don’t want to or need to incur the price of a dedicated five-axis machine tool.
Emuge to Host Joint Open House with Blaser Swisslube, Butler Bros.
The event will feature Emuge’s new Technology Center, machining demonstrations and seminars.
NTMA Members Share after Japan Manufacturing Tour
U.S. shop owners and managers comment on the plants they visited, automation and culture, and the value of getting to see manufacturers far away in the company of other shop leaders.
Swiss Technology Tour
A recent Switzerland tour organized by the NTMA revealed insights on machine and spindle collision protection, fluids for deep-hole drilling and more.
Metalworking Fluid Emulsion Extends Tool Life
Blaser Swisslube’s Blasocut BC935SW is said to provide high bio-chemical stability and increased sump life without the use of bactericides.
What’s Best for Boring Titanium?
In a joint research effort, Kaiser Precision Tooling and Blaser Swisslube searched for a combination of metalworking fluid and indexable insert that show the best results when boring titanium. The results underscore the importance of controlling vibration, friction and heat.
Metalworking Fluids and Machining
Blaser Swisslube uses its technology center in Switzerland to conduct tests that mimic the real-world work its customers perform. Here’s an example of an optimized drilling process.
Advancing Manufacturing, Tomorrow and Today
A drilling solution improves the production of a component that is critical for correcting spinal disorders. Meanwhile, an apprenticeship program ensures that improvements like this one can continue into the future.
Tool-Related Considerations for More Efficient Machining of Titanium
The expert in our Titanium Machining Zone offers advice related to coolants and coatings.
Grinding Oil Improves Surface Quality
Blasogrind HC 5 from Blaser Swisslube is a high-performance grinding oil based on synthetic oil (hydro-racked oil). Applications include precision tool grinding, surface grinding, cylindrical grinding, fine profile grinding and lapping. Materials include steel; hardening and tempering steels; high speed steel; hard alloy; stainless steel; and carbide.
'Lights-Out' With A Lighter Commitment
For this integrated flexible pallet cell, the machines and the pallet system came from different suppliers. The shop is not locked into any supplier for adding machining centers later.
Doing Away With Coolant Disposal
This shop installed a series of improvements that eliminated spent coolant waste.
Fixing Smelly Corroding Coolant Sumps Pays Off For Injection Mold Maker
As this company grew and the machine shop expanded, odor and corrosion started to gain the upper hand.
Research Center Solves Coolant Odor Problem And Improves Recyclability
Recently, the shop personnel at NASA's Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, California, complained of a pungent odor problem with the coolant being used. To solve this problem, the Center's engineering group developed a coolant management program.