Production Machining

JUL 2018

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PRODUCTS :: 45 To submit your company's product, contact Bart Bishop at Inserts Perform Custom Geometries :: Thinbit 260-484-3620, Thinbit's inserts tipped with CBN (cubic boron nitride) and PCD (polycrystalline diamond) are available for grooving, turning, face grooving, threading, boring, parting, form tools and custom geometries. The CBN tipped inserts are said to provide an increased production rate, improved surface finish and dimensional control when used on high-tempera- ture alloys such as Inconel, nickel-base alloys and materials with a hardness of Rockwell C-35 or harder. The inserts are said to provide an increased pro- duction rate, improved surface finish and dimensional control when used on nonferrous and abrasive metal such as aluminum, bass and copper. The inserts also fit all L series tool- holders and can be used in conventional, Swiss and CNC machines. Power Chuck Reduces Lathe Setup Times Röhm Products of America's Duro-NCSE power chuck is a quick-acting jaw change system. It incorporates jaws that are designed to unlock individually for easy handling/change-over and fast setup. The power chuck accommodates large, workpiece-specific customized jaws and opera- tors can offset, exchange or turn the jaws with minimal ef- fort. The chuck is available in a variety of sizes and with several jaw options to tailor-fit many applications. The power chuck can also help increase productivity and reduce setup times on lathes, vertical and horizontal machining centers or grinders across many industry applications. :: Röhm Products of America 770-963-8440. TRUE ORIGINALS 1.800.281.5734, Germantown, WI USA HAINBUCH clamping heads [collets] are the »true originals« when it comes to clamping technology. Whether it's the SPANNTOP round or the TOPlus hexagonal – HAINBUCH leads the way with industry changing innovations. Booth # 431636 West Hall

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