Production Machining

JAN 2019

Production Machining - Your access to the precision machining industrial buyer.

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SUPPLIER SHOWCASE HORN is the worldwide technology leader of indexable cutting tools with experience with more than 110,000 custom application solutions and engineering expertise, applied to more than 17,000 standardized tools for turning and milling. Our highly skilled application engineers provide a foundation of communication and reliable support in the field. Every application engineer is backed by a centrally located manufacturing facility with in-house technical specialists, customer service representatives and logistical support. Horn USA Inc. is committed to providing a prominent level of focused service in North America, with rapid and detailed response to your requirements. Horn USA Inc. 320 Premier Court, Suite 205 Franklin, TN 37067 Phone: 888-818-4676 Fax: 615-771-4101 email: :: A M E M B E R O F PRODUCTS / SERVICES HORN now offers precision solid carbide drills in diameters from 4 mm to 18 mm (0.157" to 0.709") and flute lengths of 3 × D, 5 × D, and 8 × D with single or double margins depending on application requirements. The DDP drilling system works in steels, cast steels and alloyed steels with tensile strengths up to 1,000 N/mm 2 and is available with and without through-coolant ports. The DDM drilling system works in acid-resistant steels, titanium, and nickel alloys and is also available with through-coolant ports. HORN is expanding the use of the EG3 and EG5 technology to Supermini, Mini and 312 grooving systems to offer you additional solutions for tough applications. EG3 and EG5 technology is a combination of substrate, edge preparation and coating with an extremely smooth surface, reducing the amount of heat transfer to the tool. This technology was originally applied to Supermini boring tools where better surface finishes and increased tool life was required when machining small diameters in difficult materials. 8 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: JANUARY 2019

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