Kyocera Precision Tools, Inc.
102 Industrial Park Rd.
Hendersonville , NC 28792 US
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
What's the Best Insert for Finishing Steel?
Finish turning operations can cost more than you think in cycle time and tooling. Here’s some real test data on what insert works best, cermet vs. carbide and coated vs. uncoated.
Precision CNC Supercharger Rotor Machining Means More Power
By developing a more accurate machining process for mating helical rotors, this company’s superchargers can more efficiently force air into an engine for higher horsepower gains.
Kyocera Has Expanded Its GBF Grooving Tool Line for Turning Wider Grooves
Kyocera Precision Tools has expanded its GBF grooving tool series for small-parts machining to include coolant-through holders and a chipbreaker for the making of larger groove widths.
Shank Holders Offer Locational Accuracy ±2 Microns
Kyocera Precision Tools has introduced a line of polygon taper shank holders for high-rigidity and high-precision machining.
High Efficiency vs. High Feed Milling: Which is More Productive?
The combination of new cutting tool designs and CAM technology are enabling remarkably higher metal removal rates and longer tool life. Here are two cutting strategies you need to understand to get more production out of your machining centers.
Drill Series Enables Accurate High-Speed Machining
IMTS 2018: Kyocera Precision Tools’ DRV Magic Drill series of indexable drills is designed for holemaking in the machine tool business.
Multilayer Insert Coating Enhances Steel Machining
Kyocera Corp.’s industrial cutting tool insert series features coating technology and a base material to improve steel machining.
SGS Tool Acquired by Kyocera
Effective May 2, 2016, SGS Tool will be renamed Kyocera SGS Precision Tools Inc.
High-Feed Milling Cutter Resists Vibration
The MFH-Raptor high-feed milling cutter from Kyocera Industrial Ceramics features a vibration-resistant design for increased productivity in ramping and helical milling at high speeds.
Cermet Cutting Tools Suited for Machining Steel
The PV7025 PVD-coated, cermet grade of indexable cutting tool inserts from Kyocera are designed for general machining of steel.
Coated Carbide Grades for Cast Iron Machining
Kyocera’s CA4505 and CA4515 CVD coated carbide grades of indexable cutting tool inserts are designed for machining gray and nodular (ductile) cast iron.
Cermets Get Assertive
The toughness of this material has improved. Today, the applications for cermet inserts go well beyond finishing.