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To prevent insert waste and easily detect wear, the gold-colored TiN outer layer of the Dragonskin multilayer CVD Ti(C,N)/Al2O3/TiN coating acts as an indicator. It not only enables users to clearly identify insert wear and index before a breakage, but also prevents sharp cutting edges from going unused and the insert being inadvertently discarded…
The innovative pyramid geometry of the WTX ensures extremely aggressive and precise drilling performance. In fact, the WTX achieves positioning accuracy of 0.03 mm and excellent centering properties. Higher levels of drilling quality, hole tolerance, surface finish, and positioning accuracy increase component quality, to the extent that there is…
Dragonskin is formulated with a combination of state-of-the-art high-performance substrates and the latest coating structures to achieve an extremely hard and durable satin finish. CERATIZIT tooling coated with Dragonskin enables maximum tool life, cutting speeds, and process reliability.
High Dynamic Turning, or HDT for short, from Ceratizit has turned conventional turning methods completely upside down. This new turning technology combined with the dynamic FreeTurn tooling, means that in the future it will be possible to carry out all traditional turning operations such as roughing, finishing, contour turning, face turning and…
Cutting Solutions by CERATIZIT has introduced the MaxiMill 491 milling system, engineered for easier use, more parts per shift, faster changeovers and profiles of exactly 90°. The MaxiMill 491 system offers eight smooth-cutting edges per insert to provide significant increases in production and savings, the company said.
More than 40 years ago, the indexable insert drill changed the way machinists make holes. It continues to do so today.
Ceratizit USA Inc. has joined forces with several companies to make ventilators.
Registration is now open for Ceratizit’s virtual event that runs from Sept. 30 to Oct. 30, 2020.

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The MonsterMill FRP CR has patent-pending geometry that delivers compression across the entire cutting length resulting in the prevention of projecting fibers, multiple use option, and economical programming of the machine.
Cutting Tool Engineering explores a trio of turning advancements in the cover story of its February 2020 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine.
The CERATIZIT WTX-HFDS solid carbide drill with Dragonskin coating achieves new levels of quality, hole tolerance, and positioning accuracy, with low burr formation while entering and exiting the hole. The core stability of the drill is retained with optimum cooling via four internal spiral coolant holes making the drilling process safe and…
Video demonstrates WTX-HFDS Solid Carbide Drills with applications including grey cast iron with spheroidal graphite and at tolerances of H7.
Cutting Tool Engineering's April 2022 issue includes a feature article about double-sided inserts and high-feed indexable insert milling tools that can help reduce production costs. To supplement this report online, CTE will host a webinar at 10 a.m. (CST) on Wednesday, April 20, titled "Ask The Experts: Indexable Inserts." Robert…

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Ceratizit SA, Mamer, Luxembourg, and Komet Group GmbH, Besigheim, Germany, announced the acquisition of Komet Group effective Oct. 12.
The Ceratizit Group is hosting a global online event, “It’s Tool Time,” on June 17 to focus on the value of process optimization through a variety of interactive machining demonstrations and presentations.
CERATIZIT S.A., Mamer, Luxembourg, 23 August 2018--Under the auspices of its marketing partnership with Messe Stuttgart, the CERATIZIT Group has obtained the right to choose a name for Hall 3 on the trade fair grounds for the next 10 years.
The Ceratizit Group acquisition of the remaining shares allows the Group to further expand its footprint and accelerate a growth strategy in the cutting tools market, specifically in high-end micro tools.
The Ceratizit Group’s Hard Material Solutions division will host a week of eCarbide online seminars starting March 15 to 19. The seminars will cover a wide range of topics from carbide basics to expert knowledge.
Ceratizit USA, in Warren, Michigan, exhibited at the Southtec trade show and showcased its full range cutting tools portfolio, including inch assortment, and hard materials solutions.