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Jan 2015  
 
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   Machining Operations, Cutting
   Located 5 products and 5 articles.

Product results:

Benz introduces high-speed spindle speeders
Benz introduces high-speed spindle speeders
BENZ offers high-speed spindle speeders for the wood, metal and composites industries.

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Cordless cutter provides ample power
Cordless cutter provides ample power
Walter Surface Technologies launches ZIPWHEEL cutter, a cordless cutter that can drive a 6” cutting wheel.

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High-speed machining unit provides 25% more speed
High-speed machining unit provides 25% more speed
SUHNER introduces a new and redesigned version of its BEX15 machining unit, capable of a spindle speed increase from 18,000 rpm to 23,000 rpm.

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Turning bars from Seco Tools have a patented construction
Turning bars from Seco Tools have a patented construction
Following the success of its Steadyline milling holders, Seco Tools LLC has added turning bars to this line of damped anti-vibration tooling that brings excellent productivity results to a wide variety of long overhang machining operations.

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Benz offers adjustable angle heads
Benz offers adjustable angle heads
BENZ has announced that it is offering new adjustable angle heads to help manufacturers improve their machining and milling operations.

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Article results:
Elements for successful endmilling
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: February 2015
When an endmill efficiently makes chips, everybody is happy: the end user, the parts buyer, and the cutting tool manufacturer and distributor. Achieving that by having the tool follow the correct toolpaths and run at productivity-boosting parameters, however, requires an endmill with optimized geometry, substrate and coating.

Hybrid machining expands a part designer's pallet
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: January 2015
Imagine building a ship in a bottle, but instead of using a preexisting bottle, you build the ship along with the bottle while machining the ship’s and bottle’s surfaces as you go.

Shops have plenty of choices when gripping small parts
Author: Kip Hanson
Published: January 2015
Wedge, cam, square and pull-down clamps, micro vises and chucks, hexagons and rounds. These are just some of the workholding options available to shops that mill small workpieces. Finding the right clamps isn’t a problem, but how they’re utilized may be. This article examines some of the options and provides tips on how to use them.

Burning question: When it makes sense to outsource EDM jobs
Author: Evan Jones Thorne, Senior Editor
Published: December 2014
While many machine shops have an EDM, they still have to decide when it makes sense to outsource certain jobs.

One size fits all
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: December 2014
The pros and cons of turning with the "perfect" insert.

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