Production Machining

APR 2017

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Coolant-Through Cutting Tools Prevent Coolant Vaporization Booth 1230 Iscar introduces the Jetcut coolant-through tools for turning, grooving, threading and parting. The configuration of the tool line ensures that coolant is delivered precisely and with enough force to reach the cutting zone as a liquid, unlike other systems that often result in a delivery of a less effective coolant vapor to a critical zone. These tools can handle pressure ranging to 4,900 psi (340 bar) and are available in both inch and metric shank sizes. As many modern Swiss-type machines are equipped with high-pressure pumps, the new tools will enhance performance, the company says. The first-choice inserts to be used on Jetcut tools are flat-top inserts without chip deflectors. This feature helps to eliminate buildup and improve chip control, especially when machining stainless steel and high-temperature alloys. :: Iscar Metals Inc. 877-294-7227, Deburring and Burnishing Tools for Swiss-Type and Other Lathes Booth 1207 Cogsdill Tool Products Inc. will display a variety of deburring and burnishing tools designed for production machining on Swiss-type and other machines. On display will be the company's Micro Roller Burnishing Tool series that includes internal tools for part IDs up to 0.501" in through and bottoming styles. Also on display will be external tools for ODs between 0.054" - 0.254" in bottoming style. The MRBT tools feature a compact design with short tool projec- tions for use where limited space is available. The tools mount in "gang" toolholders, and they feature a rear adjustment mechanism with 0.0001" incremental adjustment capability. These easy to ap- ply and easy to adjust tools provide the ability to obtain ultra-low surface finishes (as low as 2-4 Ra) in seconds, the company says. :: Cogsdill Tool Products Inc. 803-438-4000, Crankshaft Drill Minimizes Cross-Hole Interruption in Deep-Hole Applications Booth 833 Greene Tool Systems has developed a 6-mm crankshaft drill to be introduced at PMTS. This new technology combines the X point with a high-performance deep hole drill, enabling operators to minimize cross-hole interruption, push-off, breakage, or excess wear and tear when using long drills for deep-hole applications. This technology, when combined with advanced coatings such as the company's Monroe Edge, enables manufacturers using MQL methods to drill at high speeds with minimal load, maxi- mizing production cycle time, improving accuracy and increasing the tool life, the company says. This new drilling tech- nology can be applied to multiple deep-hole drilling applications. :: Greene Tool Systems Inc. 800-289-8665 Hybrid Multi-Spindle Concept Combines Speed and Flexibility Booth 700 The company's hybrid concept machine combines the speed and de- pendability of its traditional mechanically actuated machines, with the accuracy and flexibility of a CNC multi-spindle. The enhancements made to the machine include a significant improvement in workpiece accuracy capabilities and the ability to produce expanded workpiece configurations. All of these enhancements are designed to lead to productivity and price competitiveness, which will result in a superior return on investment for the customer, the company says. :: Davenport Machine 800-344-5748, 38 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: APRIL 2017 PMTS 2017: SHOW COVERAGE

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