Greenleaf Corp.

XSYTIN®-360 end mills have shown the highest material removal rates and resulted in increased productivity on a wide range of materials. These end mills have proven to be extremely effective when machining a variety of different materials including high-temperature alloys, 3D-printed sintered high-temperature alloys, hardened steels, ductile cast…
The Greenleaf Quick-Change Toolholders conform to ISO 26623, utilize standard components, and are designed to maximize tool life in carbide and ceramic turning applications.
Greenleaf Corp.’s XSYTIN-1 is a phase-toughened ceramic insert grade that resists wear and thermal shock. It is for milling, turning and grooving heat-resistant superalloys, cast iron, nodular iron, ductile iron, steel and stainless steel at extreme feed rates and high cutting speeds, according to the company. It is suitable for interrupted cuts,…
Greenleaf Corp. says its Index-O-Cut high-performance milling system is suitable for machining all materials because of its high-shear cutting action and a 45° lead angle on the octagon-style insert.
Greenleaf Corp. offers an expanded line of Ring Max ring-groove cutters.
As part of its multi-year Global Productivity Initiative, Greenleaf Corp. has announced the introduction of a new Silicon Nitride ceramic insert grade, GSN-100.
Utilizing an innovative PVD coating combined with a proprietary sub-micron substrate, G-9610 provides added productivity for turning titanium-based alloys. The smooth and lubricious coating is wear-resistant and chemically-stable, which helps to protect the heat-resistant substrate and allows for higher speeds and extended tool life in continuous…
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Watch Greenleaf Corporation's 1" (25mm) high-feed end mill machine Inconel 718 using coated whisker-reinforced ceramic insert grade WG-600®.
Greenleaf Corporation has been transforming industries with its metalcutting tools & systems and technical ceramics since 1945.
Greenleaf’s XSYTIN®-360 ceramic end mills combine the company’s phase-toughened XSYTIN®-1 substrate with a unique cutting geometry that offers 10 times higher productivity and tremendous cost savings.
Travis Biggs, applications engineer, technical service, for Greenleaf Corp., offers the nitty gritty on the tools used in this 1 minute and 40 second video featuring a 5/8" ball nose tool followed by the company's Extreme Feed Mill 1" dia., 4-tooth cutting tool.
Cutting Tool Engineering Owner/Publisher Dennis Spaeth walked the aisles at EASTEC 2019 with his trusty camera in hand. Take a look at some of the highlights captured along the way.
Greenleaf Corp. introduced its WG-300 ceramic composite  tool material about 25 years ago. The ceramic matrix  is reinforced with silicon-carbide "whiskers” that boost  toughness. Initially applied in the relatively constant cutting  conditions of turning operations, the composite tools  provided a significant increase in…
Greenleaf’s XSYTIN®-360 ceramic end mills combine Greenleaf’s phase-toughened XSYTIN®-1 substrate with a unique cutting geometry that offers ten times higher productivity and tremendous cost savings.

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Greenleaf Corporation, a leading developer of cutting tool technology and ceramic materials, has appointed Jan Andersson to the position of Global Manager, Tech Team and Marketing. Andersson comes to Greenleaf from Kennametal Corporation and Sandvik Coromant where he held various positions within Product Management, Marketing, Sales and R&D.
Greenleaf Corp. in Saegertown, Pennsylvania, released the XSYTIN-360, a new line of high-performance solid ceramic end mills, to the global market.
On Nov. 3, 2016, Greenleaf Corp. officially launched its phase-toughened ceramic insert grade XSYTIN-1 with a press event at the toolmaker’s global headquarters in Saegertown, Pa.
Greenleaf Corp. and OCCO are two pioneering companies celebrating milestone anniversaries: Greenleaf is 75 and OCCO is 100 years old.