Ingersoll Cutting Tools

hi-feed milling performance for machining of miniature components and smaller part features. NanoFeed is a 20° hi-feed indexable insert design that will replace smaller diameter solid carbide end mills in many applications and offer great economy! Inserts have been designed with pressed-in coolant channels, directing coolant or air directly to…
The insert pocket is designed with dovetailed seating over a large contact area, which extends cutting edge life, cutter body life cycle, stability, and support under the most aggressive cutting conditions. Inserts are offered in 2 styles: economical pressed complete and a precision ground profile.
CeraSFeed features two unique double-sided indexable insert styles: LNXF09 and TNXN12. LNXF09 offers a 1.5mm depth of cut and 4 cutting edges. TNXN12 offers a 2.5mm depth of cut and 6 cutting edges. Both inserts are offered in grade IN76N, a highly engineered SiAlON ceramic grade having excellent high temperature thermal shock resistance,…
Key features include four insert sizes, grades for all materials, three different cutting-edge preparation options, super strong radius high feed insert geometry, fine and coarse pitch cutters. The 4mm, 6mm, 9mm and 11mm inserts offer depth of cut ranges of .5mm, 1mm, 1.5mm and 2mm, respectively.
It represents a highly productive alternative to conventional turning where 80° & 35° corner inserts are fed in the same direction, and instead utilizes all 4 directions available on conventional 2 axis lathe (+Z, -Z, +X, -X) to maximize material removal.  The double-sided positive SuperTurnZ inserts have the same axial & radial rake angle…
TwistSFeed reduces costs by improving tool life as well as achieving higher productivity due to multiple flutes along with new IN2205 coating designed for steel and cast iron applications. The clamping mechanism allows for the simple replacement of drill tips as well as accommodating multiple tip diameters per drill body facilitating economical…
Ingersoll Cutting Tools offers dovetail with a positive-rake-angular advantage and 6-flute productivity performance.
Ingersoll Cutting Tools has extended the application range of its Gold-Twist drilling line by introducing a flat-face geometry tip for flat bottom machining, in a diameter range of 8.00mm to 25.5mm (0.312" to 1.012").
Ingersoll Cutting Tools says its Hi-FeedMidi high-feed milling cutters with strong, positive rake face angles, four insert indexes, rigid clamping and high tensile screws provide efficient, worry-free, cost-effective machining.
Ingersoll Cutting Tools announced the next step in the evolution of the fixed-pocket, indexable BTA drill head.
Ingersoll Cutting Tools introduces the T-Micro system specifically designed for the machining of very small internal diameters.
Ingersoll Cutting Tools offers Gold-Flex, the new product line that features a 4-edged insert for multifunctional operations.
Ingersoll Cutting Tool's two-start hob accepts indexable carbide inserts with four cutting edges.
Ingersoll Cutting Tools' 3n1-Rounds series 45D...RP solid-carbide roughing endmills feature not only high-feed geometry but variable pitch and chip splitters, as well.
Ingersoll Cutting Tools' Power-Feed+Mini high-feed cutter accepts double-sided, four-edge inserts.
Ingersoll Cutting Tools says its new CVD-coated series T-TINOX grades bring new levels of productivity to stainless steel turning.
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Overlapping inserts allow Ingersoll’s NuMaxILock to produce smooth chip formation at high-feed rates while high axial shear provides smooth chip formation. Tangentially mounted inserts with dovetailed seating provide greater cutter reliability and insert stability.
Tom Noble and Bill Fiorenza of Ingersoll Cutting Tools present "Plunge Milling: High Volume Roughing on Your Machine" as part of the Fast Track Seminar series hosted at the Cutting Tool Engineering booth during IMTS 2010. 
Some coatings, such as TiAlN, enable dry machining when drill ductile cast iron, but coolant is desirable to help evacuate the material's small, curled chips. Flood coolant can be appropriate for holes less than 1.5 to 2 diameters deep, according to Bob Jennings, product manager for Ingersoll Cutting Tools, Rockford, Ill. Jennings noted that…