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As the world’s smallest digital fine boring tool with a peripheral cutting edge, the unbalanced 420 (410) series has a diameter range of 0.787 inches – 1.142 inches (20.00 millimeters – 29.00 millimeters). The 465 (464) boring heads offer automatic self-balancing and bore diameters from 1.142 inches – 8.071 inches (29.00 millimeters – 205.00…
The 465 (464) fine boring heads have a full diameter range of 1.968” – 8.070” (50mm – 205mm) with the lightweight aluminum Alu-Line boring heads ranging from 2.559” – 8.070” (65.00mm – 205.00mm). Featuring the standard Wohlhaupter MVS connection, these boring heads provide the capability to adapt to any machine. 
Made of hardened steel, it is extremely robust and resistant to all external mechanical influences. It can be used on serrated tool bodies and Alu-Line slide tools in the diameter range from 3.937” – 128.15” (100 mm – 3255 mm). Additionally, this precision boring tool can be adjusted without the aid of the readout. Its diameter can be set via a…
As the most recent addition to the T-A Pro high-penetration drilling system, this insert demonstrates that the best just keeps getting better. Not only are the faster penetration rates maintained, but in using the redesigned body of the T-A Pro, maximum coolant flow and excellent rigidity are also present when utilizing the high-speed steel…
VolCut combines the benefits of the modularity of the Wohlhaupter MVS connection with Allied Machine and Engineering’s large diameter holemaking solution. This time-saving combination offers increased material removal and excellent chip control at greater depths for large diameter applications - even on underpowered machines. The VolCut insert…
The T-A Pro drill combines material-specific insert geometries, a redesigned drill body and a proprietary coolant-through system to allow penetration rates which run at speeds nearly 30% faster than other high performance drills on the market. Coolant outlets are designed to direct maximum flow to the cutting edge providing quick heat extraction…
Allied Machine & Engineering releases its free mobile app, Solution Hub, available for download on both the Apple Store and Google Play. The app is a fresh-faced expansion of the original Allied Machine app, now reimagined as a centralized “hub” of Allied product information and holemaking solutions. Solution Hub offers quick access to free…
Allied Machine & Engineering releases its most recent mobile app, Machinist Tool, available for download now at both the Apple Store and Google Play. This app is designed for machinists, tooling distributors and manufacturing engineers working with Allied’s tools. Machinist Tool offers easy to navigate utilities and streamlines operations on…
The new 4TEX drill from Allied Machine & Engineering is engineered to deliver optimal chip formation and evacuation and provide higher penetration rates than standard twist drills for light-duty machines. This indexable insert drill excels in applications with interrupted cuts or when drilling on angled surfaces. 4TEX is also ideal for making…
The APX drill from Allied Machine & Engineering delivers the strength and versatility needed in machining oil and gas field equipment. This heavy-duty drill allows for higher spindle speeds and is designed to take advantage of the power curve on modern CNC machines for maximum penetration rates in deep hole drilling.
Allied Machine & Engineering adds three new Criterion boring kits to its line-up. The kit selection includes a kit for 1.00” cylindrical shank, a kit for R8 shank and a kit for #4 Morse taper shank.
Allied Machine & Engineering announces the availability of its new Wohlhaupter NOVITECH vibration-dampened intermediate module, which increases boring operations productivity, surface quality and process reliability while extending the insert and machine center’s spindle life.
Allied Machine & Engineering announces the release of its newest GEN3SYS XT Pro high-penetration insert designed specifically for beam and plate production in the structural steel market. With an exclusive combination of substrate and multilayer coating, the insert is engineered to withstand heat generated while drilling in structural steel…
Allied Machine & Engineering announces its newest online tool: the Boring Insert Selector. This resource saves valuable time by simplifying the boring insert selection process and ensures machinists are provided the correct boring insert for each job’s unique details. Rather than hunting through multiple catalog pages to narrow the field of…
Allied Machine & Engineering adds the AccuThread T3 to their existing thread mill line. The new AccuThread T3 is built for machining hardened or hard-to-machine materials, such as stainless steel, tool steel and high-temperature alloys.
Allied Machine & Engineering announces the expansion of its AccuPort 432/AccuThread 856 program to include more than 120 kits for manufacturing hydraulic ports and manifolds. The kits are available to meet SAE J1926; ISO I6149; John Deere G1731; and SAE AS5202 (aerospace standard/Mil-Spec) specifications.
Select a thread mill and easily create the program code for your machine. Using Insta-Code from Allied Machine & Engineering online or offline you can create programs anytime, anywhere.
Allied Machine & Engineering announces its new GEN3SYS XT Pro line of high-penetration drilling products. The product line features enhanced holders and inserts with three unique geometries, and two advanced coatings.
Allied Machine & Engineering announces the continued success of Wohlhaupter’s MVS modular connection system. Part of the Multibore collection, the MVS connection is a flexible system designed primarily for drilling and boring, with application possibilities in tapping, endmilling and light shell milling.
Allied Machine & Engineering announces the launch of the Wohlhaupter Tool-Architect software. Tool-Architect is a configurator for modular system tools that allows customers to virtually build customized tools online using Wohlhaupter parts, now part of Allied’s solutions for holemaking and finishing challenges.
Allied Machine & Engineering announces the expansion of its AccuPort 432/AccuThread 856 program to include more than 120 kits for manufacturing hydraulic ports and manifolds. The kits are available to meet SAE J1926, ISO I6149, John Deere G1731 and SAE AS5202 (aerospace standard/Mil-Spec) specifications.
Allied Machine & Engineering announces Wohlhaupter’s VarioBore precision boring head and system, a versatile and cost-effective tool that features a universal digital readout module. The VarioBore system improves productivity through ease and accuracy of adjustment and virtually eliminates scrap because of its exact adjustments.
Allied Machine & Engineering says its line of replaceable-tip Original T-A drill systems significantly reduces downtime compared to solid tools. The T-A drill system features high-performance inserts and holders ideal for automotive holemaking applications used in manufacturing engine blocks, crankshafts, piston and suspension parts.
Allied Machine & Engineering highlights the availability of its PCD T-A Drill inserts, designed for drilling in carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP), used in lightweight aircraft wings and fuselages, and other highly abrasive substances. The PCD inserts improve tool life and value over competing products, according to the company.
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. offers a range of customization capabilities, including special sizes, geometries, substrates, and coatings for tool bodies, blades and inserts. Also available are customized threadmills, reamers, and boring tools. The online Insta-Quote system lets customers design, quote and order customized tooling in…
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. offers a complete range of coolant-through thread mills that are ideal for blind-hole applications. Allied’s coolant-through threadmills significantly improve chip evacuation when threading blind-holes, according to the company.
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. offers a complete range of ALVAN expandable reamers, the ideal tool for high-volume production wherever high quality, tight tolerances or superior finish is critical. The ALVAN line is available through an exclusive supply agreement with S.C.A.M.I., an Italy-based maker of reamers.
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp, Dover, Ohio, recently announced updates to its Product Selector online recommendation tool, according to a Feb. 8 company news release. The web-based selector tool , which customers can use to find new tools to meet their needs or access critical data about their existing equipment, now includes more drilling…
Allied Criterion Boring Systems is an expansion to Allied Machine & Engineering Corp.'s holemaking portfolio. The large mounting surface maximizes rigidity and stability, according to the company.
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. presents its Guided T-A and 3XL drilling systems for deep-hole drilling applications.
The Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. HOLEMAKING Calculator is an easy-to-use guide that helps any machinist efficiently run tooling, minimizing the chance for scrapped material or broken tooling.
Allied Machine and Engineering Corp. is pleased to announce the addition of AM200 coating on all T-A inserts designed for the structural steel industry.
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. is pleased to announce the addition of a stub length drill and chamfer holder to the GEN3SYS product family.
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp.'s BT-A drill is a replaceable-tip, single-tube BTA tool for deep-hole drilling.
The 2016 World Cutting Tool Conference offered informative, entertaining speakers and social events that provided ample opportunities to meet with and learn from colleagues from around the world.
Holemaking is a common procedure in any machine shop, but selecting the best type of cutting tool for each job is not always clear. Should a machine shop use solid or insert drills? Here are 5 ways to make that decision
Tools today are far superior to those used in previous firearm production methods, which provides the opportunity to combine operations into a single cutting tool, eliminating the need for additional tooling in the machine shop.
Establish a controlled process to maintain tool life.
Allied Machine & Engineering offers a program of technical education seminars. Allied’s highly trained and knowledgeable engineers focus the 3-day TES program on problem-solving.
Unlike machining other materials, machining stainless steel requires review of myriad aspects prior to beginning work in the machine shop. While machining stainless has unique challenges, its benefits outweigh those challenges.
In an email to Cutting Tool Engineering, Kaylee Dudek, a full-time employee in the application engineering department at Allied Machine & Engineering, Dover, Ohio, describes the impact of winning a $5,000 scholarship from the U.S. Cutting Tool Institute.
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp., Dover, Ohio, broke ground July 15 on the second phase of its expansion project. The project involves a 30,000-sq.-ft. addition to its West Third Street facility, which includes R&D space, training areas, offices and a cafeteria. The addition is expected to cost $15.1 million.
No one can predict the future of manufacturing, but those who supply tooling, software or equipment are closer to the ins and outs of the manufacturing industry than most. This gives them an almost prescient ability to forecast what’s coming down the pipe, offer recommendations on what manufacturers need to be successful in these turbulent times…
While a user may encounter several challenges when machining threads, asking five questions can aid in building the foundation for a successful application.
Whether examining how tool selection impacts chips, how coolant plays a role in chip evacuation or looking at the size and shape of chips, chip formation says a lot about the application being run.
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Manufacturing Marvels, which airs on The FOX Business Network, recently featured Allied Machine & Engineering Corp., Dover, Ohio. Manufacturing Marvels, which is produced by the Marvel Production Group LLC, Dallas, Texas, are 2-minute video reports spotlighting American manufacturers, their products, processes and customers.
Presented as an online supplement to "Threading Large"—the December 2010 Cutting Tool Engineering article about thread milling large bore diameters—Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. provides a quick video demonstration of its AccuThread 856 Threadmill cutting in 6061 aluminum.
Todd Cox, field sales engineer with Allied Machine & Engineering Corp., discusses the changes in the holemaking technologies for the automotive industry during this 8-minute video podcast.
Why do indexable carbide drills excel in more extreme drilling applications? To find out, watch Allied’s senior product manager and engineering trainer team up to demonstrate.
Take a tour of the Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. booth decked out with a tailgating theme for IMTS 2014 at Chicago's McCormick Place. The company featured its APX deep-hole drilling system, which uses a fixed series body with various heads that determine the cutting diameter. There are 10 series to cover the diameter range from 1.500…
Demonstration of Allied Machine & Engineering Corp.'s Alvan replaceable head reamers reaming in Inconel 718.
Joe Nuzzi, director of product R&D at Allied Machine & Engineering Corp., Dover, Ohio, addressed "Multipurpose Holemaking Tools: Time & Money Savers" as part of the Fast Track Seminar series hosted at the Cutting Tool Engineering booth during IMTS 2010.
The new 4TEX® drill is engineered to deliver optimal chip formation and evacuation and provide higher penetration rates than standard twist drills for light duty machines.
John Weniger, the product manager for Allied Machine and Engineering’s T-A Pro line, provides a brief overview and demonstration of the T-A Pro M geometry insert.
Allied's new APX drill takes deep hole drilling to a new level. Designed to take advantage of the available power at higher spindle speeds, the APX Drill keeps the deep holes going.
Don Nelson, publisher of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine, interviews Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. Executive Vice President Steven R. Stokey.
Allied representatives Heather Kaiser, Jim Porter and Brad Gray offer a brief look at the company's newest product lines as well as a quick product demonstration at their IMTS 2010 booth.
GEN3SYS XT Pro high penetration drills feature inserts designed specifically for steels (P), cast irons (K), and non-ferrous materials (N).

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Allied Machine & Engineering Corp., Dover, Ohio, a tooling manufacturer of complete holemaking solutions, has announced its new engineering training department, which provides comprehensive, hands-on education programs for new employees, end users and distributors from around the world.
Wohlhaupter Tooling and boring tools from Allied Machine are helping to preserve the Pampanito, a World War II submarine.
Over 6,000 of Allied Machine’s holemaking products can now be found on MachiningCloud.
Allied Machine and Engineering has launched an online digital platform, Allied’s Interactive Experience.
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp., which manufactures holemaking and finishing products for the industrial tool and machining sector, this year celebrates its 75-year history with an eye on the future.
Allied Machine & Engineering launched Allied Tool Academy, which is an online training program.