Welcome to the Thread Milling CAM tip from our CAM Programming Tip Series. Thread Milling is a productive solution for threading holes and bosses. Learn how to master this technique and produce higher quality threads.
There are many ways to thread a component. Only the correct selection of tool and application method will bring the best results. Whether thread milling or thread turning, Sandvik Coromant has the application and tooling expertise to achieve top threading performance.
Here you’ll find information on the highly productive thread turning technique. Thread turning is an established and widely used technique for the threading of parts across a variety of industries.
In this web cast we examine an innovative new threading concept, CoroThread 266, with applications in oil and gas, mechanical, and aerospace industries. Learn how this new threading approach inhibits movement in the insert and improves both accuracy and indexability.
In micromachining, the parts may be small, but the tooling and machining options are wide open. And with all of the challenges that come with micromachining — tight tolerances, stringent quality demands, hard-to-machine materials — choosing the right methods is critical.
Enter your cutting data into this thread machining calculator to optimize your tooling approach in thread turning and thread milling applications.
Extended opportunities for component design and production output are available with the resources behind the Sandvik Coromant Global Deep Hole Machining Application Center.
Using a tooling strategy that creates a smooth and consistent flow of parts across increasingly complex machine tools is critical for cost reduction and productivity. How parts are processed is the key to reducing cycle times, especially when using Swiss-type and turn-mill machines.
For threading of low carbon and low alloy steels, the C-geometry insert maximizes chip control, enabling more continuous unsupervised machining without interruption.
Parting and grooving sounds straightforward enough but within its remit lay a number of similar operations that all demand different machining and tooling strategies.
The head of the cutting laboratory at Seversky Tube Works develops new types of threaded joint casings to meet the demands of the oil and gas piping industry. Sometimes all that’s needed is one small insert.