Cutting Tool Inserts

Indexable Inserts offer high temperature and wear resistance.
Cutting Tool Inserts

Indexable Inserts offer high temperature and wear resistance.

Available for all XtraÂ-·tecÂ-® and M4000 face and shoulder mills, as well as Walter F2334 copy milling cutter, TigerÂ-·tecÂ-® Silver grade WSM45X Inserts combine high-performance substrate and AI2O3 coating for optimized toughness and hardness when working with materials that have difficult cutting properties, such as titanium alloys. Extremely smooth surfaces minimize edge build...

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Cutting Tool Inserts

STANLEY Engineered Fastening Wins Quality of Excellence Award from GM

DodgeÂ-® Brand Inserts Chosen As Best In Class Danbury, CT – STANLEY Engineered Fastening's Dodge brand Inserts is proud to have been honored by GM who has chosen a select group of their suppliers who have made noteworthy contributions to GM's goal of providing the best overall customer experience in the automotive industry. Reaching our goal to be the world's benchmark for quality won't...

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Cutting Inserts comes in geometries for cast iron machining.
Cutting Tool Inserts

Cutting Inserts comes in geometries for cast iron machining.

Intended for machining ISO K (cast iron) materials, Tiger•tecÂ-® SilverÂ-® RK5 and RK7 geometries have CVD coating and plateau step. Latter enables location face to be ground after coating. Evenly ground faces ensure seating withÂ- optimal stability, which minimizes cutting edge wearÂ- and promotes tool life and process reliability. While RK5 flat top insert suits cast iron...

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Indexable Ceramic Inserts suit super alloy turning operations.
Cutting Tool Inserts

Indexable Ceramic Inserts suit super alloy turning operations.

Used for turning applications involving Inconel, Waspaloy, Stellite, and other heat-resistant super alloys, silicon nitride-based WIS10 (Sialon ceramic) and WWS20 with silicon carbide whiskers (Whisker ceramic) are optimized for hardness, heat resistance, and wear resistance.Â- WIS10 suits light roughing to semi-finishing operations, while fracture-resistant WWS20 delivers toughness for...

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Square Shoulder Milling Cutters handle tough materials.
Cutting Tool Inserts

Square Shoulder Milling Cutters handle tough materials.

Featuring precision milled pocket seats and integrated through-coolant channels, Turbo 10 Series includes both direct pressed and ground insert alternatives with corner radii ranging from 0.016–1.122 in. Geometries for ground inserts provide optimized performance in challenging materials, such as aluminum, stainless steels, and titanium alloys. Available in diameters from 0.75–2 in., helical...

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Cutters and Inserts feature fine pitch for smooth cutting.
Cutting Tool Inserts

Cutters and Inserts feature fine pitch for smooth cutting.

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...

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Seco Tools to Showcase Processes and Products for the Oil and Gas Industry at HOUSTEX 2011
Cutting Tool Inserts

Seco Tools to Showcase Processes and Products for the Oil and Gas Industry at HOUSTEX 2011

Troy, Michigan- Seco Tools will be demonstrating a range of processes and products relevant to the oil and gas industry at HOUSTEX 2011. The company will exhibit its products in booth #1100 at the event, which takes place April 18 - 20 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. In its booth, Seco will be presenting information on its new single-pass threading process for...

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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures
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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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