KYOCERA SGS Precision Tools, Inc.
55 S Main Street
Munroe Falls , OH 44262 US
SGS Tool Company
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Kyocera SGS Precision Tools Expands Z-Carb HPR Series
Kyocera SGS Precision Tools has expanded the Z-Carb HPR series of high-performance end mills for titanium and stainless steel.
Kyocera Precision Grooving System Gets a New Stable Insert Grade
Kyocera Precision Tools has expanded the insert lineup of the GBA grooving system with the PR1625 grade designed for grooving steel and stainless steel.
Micro End Mill Tools Offer Longer Reach
Kyocera SGS Precision Tools has expanded the micro end mill line of tools to include 594 items.
Aluminum Drill Series Expanded
Kyocera SGS Precision Tools has expanded its Hi-PerCarb 131N series of drills such that it now includes 417 new items.
Students Display Formula 1 Designs
University engineering students will show off racecar assemblies produced with cutting tools from Kyocera SGS Precision Tools.
Milling Tools' Six-Flute Design Provides Chip Control
Kyocera SGS Precision Tools has expanded its T-Carb lineup of tools to include 58 items with a corner radius.
End Mill's Five-Flute Design Increases Metal Removal Rates
Kyocera SGS Precision Tools has expanded its Z5 high-performance lineup of roughing tools to include 50 through-coolant items.
Hiring, Training and Supporting the Workforce in School and on the Job
Virginia’s Rolls-Royce Crosspointe plant shares its strategies for attracting, hiring and supporting its workers, while Danville Community College excels with its integrated machining education model.
Kyocera SGS Precision Tools Breaks Ground on Tech Hub in Virginia
The president of the company praises the hub’s access to a plethora of local advanced manufacturing and research organizations near Danville.
New Corner Radius Options for End Mill Series
SGS Tool Co. has expanded its series 33 high-performance end mills for difficult-to-machine materials such as stainless steel, titanium and Inconel.
SGS Tool Acquired by Kyocera
Effective May 2, 2016, SGS Tool will be renamed Kyocera SGS Precision Tools Inc.
Cutting Tools for Aluminum Include Polished Fluting Option
SGS Tool Co. has expanded its Series 43 cutting tools for aluminum.
Roughing End Mill Maximizes Tool Life in Titanium
SGS Tool Co. offers its Z-Carb High Performance Rougher (HPR) line of cutting tools including Imperial and metric sizes, multiple corner radius options, and the company’s Ti-Namite-M coating.
End Mills Enable Peel Milling, Trochoidal Techniques
The T‐Carb line of six‐flute high-performance end mills from SGS is designed for aggressive high-speed machining applications using peel milling and trochoidal techniques.
Comparing Apples to Apples
Consistency is key to properly evaluating the effect of any process change.
Roughing Tools for Heavy Material Removal
SGS Tool’s 43 chipbreaker roughing end mills are designed to reduce load and improve chip management during aggressive aluminum and nonferrous machining.
Line of Tools Designed for Cutting Composites
SGS Tool Company’s line of composite cutting tools features a series of four new tools and one line expansion: series 31, 25, 27 and 120 have been added, and series 20 has been expanded.
Variable-Geometry End Mill Outguns Chatter
This shop boosted cutting speed and tool life on a troublesome tool steel application by switching to SGS Tool Company’s Z-Carb AP end mill, which features a custom geometry designed to reduce chatter.
High-Performance Finishing End Mill Features Multiple Flutes
SGS Tool Company's Multi-Carb high-performance end mill is available with seven, nine or 11 flutes.
Retooling Unlocks New Equipment Capabilities
To meet demand for more complex work, this Chicago-area manufacturer recently invested in its first high speed and five-axis machine tools. Replacing its previous cutting tools with aluminum end mills and drills from SGS Tool Company enabled the shop to take full advantage of these machines' advanced capabilities.
Variable Rake End Mills
SGS Tool Company’s Z-Carb-AP variable rake end mill offers three stages of chatter suppression resulting in a quiet, stable milling operation. In stage one, unequal flute spacing disrupts the rhythmic pattern created by the cutting edge of common end mills. This suppresses the development of damaging harmonics.