Latest New Product News from Dapra Corporation
Cutters and Inserts feature fine pitch for smooth cutting.Dapra Corporation Bloomfield, CT 06002
Feb 11, 2013 Machined from double-hardened tool steel, 12 mm Cutter Bodies and Inserts are designed with fine pitch for accelerated feed rates and smooth cutting action that minimizes noise and pressure. End Mills come in cutting diameters from 0.625–1.500 in., while Shell mills, with varying pitch options, cut from 1.5–4 in. Helical roughing end mills are available in 1.0 and 1.25 in. diameters, and Utility cutters come in .75, 2, and 3 in. diameters. Maximum depth of cut for 12 mm inserts is 0.430 in.
Ball Nose Inserts feature PCD tips for wear resistance.Dapra Corporation Bloomfield, CT 06002
Jul 16, 2012 Designed for use with Dapra standard steel, carbide-core, and carbide-shank cutter bodies, Ball Nose inserts with PCD tips are precision-ground to provide sharp, accurate cutting radius. Diamond-tipped inserts exhibit wear resistance that lends to extended tool life in milling soft, non-ferrous materials, such as aluminum and graphite. Available diameters include 3/8, ½, and ¾ in.
Mid-Feed Cutters feature inscribed circle inserts.Dapra Corporation Bloomfield, CT 06002
Feb 29, 2012 Part of RHINO-FEED(TM) line, Mid-Feed Cutters are optimized for cuts of 1-3 in. diameter and max depth of .045 in., with 10 mm inscribed circle inserts featuring 4 usable edges. End mills, shell mills, and modular heads are available with 2, 3, 5, or 6 flutes. Mid-Feed cutters are suited for light-duty machines running at moderate FPT. RHINO-FEED line adjusts feed rates to compensate for chip thinning that occurs during high-feed milling when extreme lead angle is utilized.
Cutters and Inserts hasten heavy-duty application feed rates.Dapra Corporation Bloomfield, CT 06002
Jul 13, 2011 Optimized for cuts of 1.250-4.000 in. dia, RHINO-FEED(TM) Heavy-Feed cutters and inserts allow for accelerated feed rates in moderate- to heavy-DOC and -FPT applications. Heavy-Feed 12 mm IC (inscribed circle) inserts have 4 usable edges and strong cross-section. End mills and shell mills feature top clamping strength suitable for heavier DOC (up to .060 in.) and larger machines, such as 50-taper and box ways.
High-Feed Inserts are optimized for strength, tool life.Dapra Corporation Bloomfield, CT 06002
Dec 01, 2010 Suitable for 1¼ in. dia and above, RHINO-CARB(TM) HFDEH inserts fit current Toroid cutter bodies, are CNC-pressed, and enable aggressive metal cutting. Thickness lends to strength, while design maximizes metal removal rates and heat-absorption. High-positive cutting edge suits stainless steels, high-temperature alloys, and gummy materials, and stronger edge optimizes chiploads, shock absorption, and tool life. Also, positive top rake reduces cutting forces and torque.
Helical Edge Ball Nose Inserts are offered in metric sizes.Dapra Corporation Bloomfield, CT 06002
Sep 30, 2010 HBN Ball Nose inserts with helical cutting edge are available in metric sizes ranging from 10-32 mm in diameter. Helical cutting edge optimizes performance in ball nose finishing applications, offering smooth cutting action, reduced chatter, and providing clean surface finish. Capable of heavy cutting with low stress on work materials, helical cutting edge provides long tool life that results from reduced tool pressure and heat generation.
Wear Resistant Inserts are suited for milling tool steels.Dapra Corporation Bloomfield, CT 06002
Jun 30, 2010 Featuring micro-grain structure with medium cobalt content, DMK25 insert substrate provides edge strength and wear resistance, while maintaining toughness. It is formulated for applications involving tool steels, austenitic stainless steels, and most high-temperature alloys. Product is available in D (dished) and N (neutral) RHINO-CARB(TM) CNC-pressed insert geometries and in DMK25-GLH (Premium AlTiN), DMK257 (basic AlTiN), DMK25-HP (Premium AlCrN), and DMK253 (TiCN) coatings.
Carbide Core Cutting Tool Extensions dampen vibration.Dapra Corporation Bloomfield, CT 06002
Jan 12, 2010 Available in 3 sizes to accommodate ¾, 1, 1¼, and 1½ in. modular head sizes, Carbide Core Modular Extensions feature cylindrical shanks in standard inch sizes, suited for use with milling chucks or standard end mill holders. Carbide core enhances rigidity and vibration dampening capability, while reducing deflection. Optional add-on extensions for additional 2 in. reach, are also available.
Toroid Inserts provide eight usable edges.Dapra Corporation Bloomfield, CT 06002
Jul 24, 2009 Featuring 45 degree lead angle, RHINO-CARB Toroid inserts suit face milling, profiling, helical interpolation and chamfering applications. They come in ½, 5/8 and ¾ in. IC, with either T-land or dished-face edge. T-land inserts offer reinforced cutting edge for steels, irons and hard milling, while dished-face units provide high-positive cutting edge for stainless steels, high-temperature alloys and gummy materials. Units are also available in round/button, high-feed and square sizes.
Pressed-to-Size Inserts perform aggressive metal cutting.Dapra Corporation Bloomfield, CT 06002
Aug 25, 2008 Available in T or D variations, CNC-pressed Toroid inserts have shock-absorbing cutting edge designed to handle heavy chip loads. Products offer heat absorption capabilities and are designed to promote extended tool life. Positive top rake reduces cutting forces and torque. T-land offers reinforced cutting edge for steels, irons, and hard milling, while dished face provides high-positive cutting edge for stainless steels, high-temperature alloys, and gummy materials.
Click below for more Product News from Dapra Corporation
Other Company News From Dapra Corporation
Dec 28, 2011
Dapra Corporation Appoints Michael Bitner as Vice President - Sales & Product Management
Sep 29, 2011
DAPRA Precision Grinding and Deburring Tools
Mar 29, 2010
New RHINO-CARB 'Neutral' Pressed Insert Cutting Edge Provides Smoother Cutting Action, Produces Less Heat and Pressure
|Home | My ThomasNet News® | Industry Market Trends® | Submit Release | Advertise | Contact News | About Us|
Brought to you by Thomasnet.com
Browse ThomasNet Directory|