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Versatile milling system reduces tooling and storage costs
Versatile milling system reduces tooling and storage costs
Walter USA LLC has introduced the M4000, a universal milling system that improves production while reducing tooling requirements, thus reducing costs.

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Turning portfolio features geometry for smooth chip forming
Turning portfolio features geometry for smooth chip forming
Shops turning a wide range of materials face extreme challenges daily. They know that the most efficient machining means finding the "sweet spot." Too slow may increase attention to detail but also increase opportunities from speedier competitors. Accelerating speeds and feeds may actually lower efficiency if you're using up tooling faster or stopping your turning center more often to clean out stringers. The WIDIA Victory family of turning inserts from WIDIA is announcing new geometries and grades that extend your turning sweet spot by delivering excellent chip flow that results in smooth machining, improved efficiencies, and extended tool life.

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HORN offers new internal grooving system
HORN offers new internal grooving system
The new system 216 from HORN is designed for internal grooving in bore diameters from 20 mm (.787") and above.

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Tangential milling system accepts indexable rhombic inserts
Tangential milling system accepts indexable rhombic inserts
The patented HORN tangential milling system has been extended. The 406, four-edged rhombic indexable milling inserts, are an extension of the 409 tangential milling system.

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Indexable insert features through-the-tool coolant
Indexable insert features through-the-tool coolant
The HP65-grade S224 indexable insert with through-tool coolant, featuring the 3V geometry and a 3 mm (.118") grooving width, is a new addition to the HORN range.

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Article results:
As the broach turns
Author: Susan Woods, Contributing Editor
Published: September 2014
Rotary broaching allows machine shops to bring broaching in-house.

Launch pad: Threadmilling is an attractive alternative to tapping
Author: Timo Mager, Walter AG
Published: August 2014
Orbital thread milling is an attractive alternative to tapping, according to a report filed by Walter AG.

Launch pad: Threadmilling is an attractive alternative to tapping
Author: Timo Mager, Walter AG
Published: August 2014
Orbital thread milling is an attractive alternative to tapping, according to a report filed by Walter AG.

Fill in the gaps
Author: Susan Woods, Contributing Editor
Published: August 2014
Tapered-pipe applications call for interrupted-thread taps.

Higher gear
Author: Frank Berardi, Ingersoll Cutting Tools Co.
Published: August 2014
Gear makers embrace indexable-insert tools.

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