cutting edge

Love your axis? They are handled correctly, while reducing maintenance costs while increasing throughput and improving partial completion.

Component # 3: edge preparation

Our cutting edge is too sharp for certain materials. For our hard alloy inserts and now more and more cemented carbide round tools, suitable edge preparation can produce a great productivity improvement “box” tool application. We use a technique called “SmoothEdge” treatment, and in research and development laboratory research and development of machine tools, we have tools “into” secret ruled out, and provides a consistency could be calculated again and again. The insertion process can choose a smooth brush, a light brush, to smooth 2, double the cycle. Both methods will get smooth and smooth running from the first cut, and protect your tooling investment in the initial tooling path from unnecessary whittling. In some applications, huge productivity gains can be achieved thanks to the formation of chips and improvements in evacuation. In addition, a micro explosive treatment with fine alumina powder is provided, and all the coated inserts are provided, which further serves as a cutting edge. For aluminum and other nonferrous materials, we eliminate the processing process to achieve maximum edge sharpness.

Component # 4: all the best physical components are wasted unless they are integrated into a comprehensive system that maximizes their respective attributes. The mil-tec invokes this process

SmoothContricity. Our indexable product is designed to be more like a solid carbide end milling cutter than a conventional pressure sintering blade. The smooth design ensures that the best results can be obtained by minimizing the pulsation (TIR) and providing industry-leading tolerances with diameters and radii. Combined with these attributes, our customers can achieve full processing potential and use the tool as a system contributor to achieve the consistency and repeatability of the process. In addition, you will see benefits from the production process, such as reducing maintenance costs, more normal running time, better partial completion, and so on.

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