CoroMill Plura is designed for high performance and secure machining in a variety of applications, component sizes, shapes and materials.
Overall machine performance is determined largely by the quality of tooling being used. Sandvik Coromant can help optimize your machine's productivity and profitability by increasing its utilization and achieving higher rates of return.
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This new range of insert geometries and customized tool holders features fixed nozzles that guarantee a precise coolant jet flow to get right to the center of the cutting zone.
Cutting tools and expertise from Sandvik Coromant help Don Schumacher Racing stay ahead. An initial focus on cylinder head production led to a full process improvement, and resulted in improved part quality, reduced setup time, cycle time, and tool costs. The two organizations have been working together ever since, with a relationship that continues to [...]
Gear manufacturing is a relatively complex area, spanning over a broad spectrum of components, where volume, complexity, size, quality and costs are the main factors that determine production methods and machinery.
Ceramic grades can be applied in a broad range of applications and materials; most often in high speed turning operations but also in grooving and milling operations. The specific properties of each ceramic grade enable high productivity, when applied correctly. Knowledge of when and how to use ceramic grades is important for success.
Designed to increase removal capacity at higher torques, the C10 gives the entire tool set up higher bending strength. The C10 includes a wide range of holders and adapters from shrink fit, SL adapters and ER- chucks to tap adapters.
Trace the development, manufacturing and first competition test of a new design that could change the game for slope style riders forever. See the critical role Sandvik Coromant playing in the process of bringing that design from concept through completion.
Groove machining on wind power components requires versatile, rigid tools for features on rings and shafts. The more recent developments in the area of parting and grooving tooling have targeted the heavy-duty end of machining, when added stability for longer reach is needed, a tougher cutting edge is necessary and when chip control is an issue.
The increasing demand for bone screws, implants and other microcomponents creates a need for new techniques that produce specific thread forms quickly and with high tolerances.
Modern steam and gas turbine components from high-performance alloys require dedicated tooling solutions and methods. Damped tools, dedicated geometries and grades as well as a high-precision coolant supply offer productive solutions.