New Molded-in Aluminum Threaded Inserts Consist of Multiple Bands of Helical Knurls
Threaded Fastener Inserts

New Molded-in Aluminum Threaded Inserts Consist of Multiple Bands of Helical Knurls

Series 63 and series 65 molded-in inserts are lead free, 40% strong than brass and 1/3 the weight of the same Insert manufactured from brass. Metric thread sizes include M4, M5, M6 and M8 and inch threaded sizes include 8-32, 10-24, 1/4-20 and 5/16-18. Designed to be placed in the mold cavity prior to plastic injection and offer high performance due to unrestricted plastic flow into the retention...

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New T-A Pro Insert Comes with Both Imperial and Metric Shanks, with Flat and Cylindrical Variants
Drilling Machinery

New T-A Pro Insert Comes with Both Imperial and Metric Shanks, with Flat and Cylindrical Variants

Available in diameters ranging from 0.4370 in. – 1.882 in. (11.1mm. – 47.80mm.) and is ideal for holes ranging in stub, 3xD, 5xD, 7xD, 10xD, 12xD, and 15xD depths. Suitable for machine shops and high production manufacturers with incredible speed and cost per hole averaging 25% less than existing drills. Incorporates straight flutes redesigned for maximum coolant flow and excellent rigidity.

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New CW100 Ceramic Insert Grade Comes with Silicon-Carbide Whiskers
Cutting Tool Inserts

New CW100 Ceramic Insert Grade Comes with Silicon-Carbide Whiskers

Features geometries for whisker-reinforced ceramic and offers superior performance for challenging aerospace, oil and gas and power generation applications. Encompasses four round insert formats with two geometries, E-01020 and T-01020, and four grooving insert geometries with widths of 3.175 mm. (0.125 in.), 6.35 mm. (0.25 in.) and 7.925 mm. (0.312 in.). Ensures stable and predictable tool life...

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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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