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.
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.
CoroThread 266 is an innovative threading concept that utilizes iLock technology to improve insert indexability, accuracy, and eliminate insert movement during threading operations. CoroThread inserts have interlocking grooves for the most stable laydown threading system on the market.
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.
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.
This new range of small CoroMill Plura ballnose end mills for profiling applications in medium hard to hard steels. Small diameters makes them suitable for all small die and mold manufacturing where high precision is important.
QS holding system for sliding head machines can be combined with high precision coolant, significantly improving chip breaking and small part machining.
Use CAM programming techniques to optimize tool performance in difficult-to-machine materials. These tool path strategies aren’t always automatic tool path routines in CAM.
Independent test data verify that Coromant Capto has extreme resistance to both bending and torsion – much better than competing tool-holding systems.