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Nov 2015  
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Advanced facemilling tool is for automotive applications
Advanced facemilling tool is for automotive applications
With CoroMill 425, Sandvik Coromant offers an eight-edge finishing tool designed for face milling that greatly improves metal removal rate and tool life in the ISO K application area.

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Interchangeable-tip drill series is expanded
Interchangeable-tip drill series is expanded
Tungaloy Corp. has expanded DrillMeister, the series of interchangeable-tip drills, in drill diameters of 20.0 to 25.9 mm.

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PVD grades and chipbreakers are for heat-resistant alloys
PVD grades and chipbreakers are for heat-resistant alloys
Tungaloy Corp. has introduced the AH8000 series of PVD grades and chipbreakers for turning heat resistant alloys.

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NAP GLADU introduces edge band tooling
NAP GLADU introduces edge band tooling
Cutting tool manufacturer NAP GLADU introduced a line of high-performance edge band tooling for a wide range of machines, including Biesse, Brandt, Homag, Holzher, SCM, and Stefani.

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Heptagon milling cutter delivers enhanced reliability
Heptagon milling cutter delivers enhanced reliability
Walter has unveiled the Walter BLAXX M3024 heptagon milling cutter, the latest entry in its line of high-productivity milling tools.

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Article results:
Good vibrations
Author: Matthew Jaster, Senior Editor
Published: October 2015
The Look Ahead department in the October issue of Cutting Tool Engineering features a high-speed spindle that reduces natural vibrations.

Can milling compete with grinding for rapid stock removal?
Author: David Graham and Philip Varghese, Norton | Saint-Gobain Abrasives
Published: September 2015
Many times in making parts for aerospace engines with high temperature alloys like IN-718, Rene-95 and Waspaloy it is necessary to remove large amounts of material. Traditionally companies use, milling, turning or broaching to remove most of the material and then finish-grind to size. The engineers at Norton/Saint-Gobain’s Higgins Grinding Technology Center have determined that for these materials grinding can, in many instances, remove the material more quickly and economically than turning or milling.

Long and short of broaching
Author: Chris Tate
Published: September 2015
Many options are available for removing stock and shaping workpieces. Broaching is one of the most productive, underutilized—and least understood.

Trochoidal milling can tackle the hard stuff
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: September 2015
Milling metals hardened to 52 HRC and harder with solid-carbide cutters doesn’t require a heavy-duty, high-performance machine tool when a machinist employs trochoidal milling and applies cutting tools with an appropriate substrate, coating and geometries. (With Video.)

Triple Threaders
Author: Luke Pollock, Walter USA LLC
Published: August 2015
A comparison of three threadmaking options.

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