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.
Production of most parts made from hard or hardened materials, defined as those at or more than 45 HRc, required dedicated grinding equipment and processes.
Rest Milling Corners – Slicing is a high-speed machining technique for milling feature corners. Use this technique to control federate and radial engagement of the tool.
Titanium milling is becoming more common in machine shops. New developments are helping cut away the challenges in machinability of titanium material. Learn more about milling solutions for face milling and machining titanium alloys, applications with narrow cavities, and when indexable inserts and long-edge cutters are needed.
Titanium is becoming more common in machine shops with milling being the dominant machining method particularly in structural parts. Material removal rate is becoming an increasingly competitive factor for jobs but is challenging due to machinability. New milling developments help cut away the challenges of titanium machining.
Extended opportunities for component design and production output are available with the resources behind the Sandvik Coromant Global Deep Hole Machining Application Center.
Shorter Coromant Capto adapters with SL (serration lock) interface for use in turning centers. Save space in the turret and achieve higher productivity and problem-free machining.
The miniature CoroMill 326 benefits from three cutting edges for internal threading and chamfering.
CoroDrill 881 is optimized for unstable conditions, providing increased process security and stability for smaller hole diameters.
The -GM geometry narrows the chips efficiently to ensure removal from the groove, allowing for continuous in-feed operation.