Kyocera Precision Tools

The MFH-MAX provides a new alternative to conventional 90° end mills when roughing to medium-finishing. The MFH-MAX also provides more capabilities than conventional high-feed mills by reducing the number of tool paths and machining time when cutting workpieces with large variations in machining margins.
With new larger diameters finally available, these high-efficiency indexable drills span from Ø0.500"~Ø2.000" and Ø12mm~Ø60mm sizes.Achieve excellent drilling precision with less variation in hole diameter. The DRV's optimal web thickness design creates low cutting forces and reduces chattering for smooth drilling applications.…
The MECHT's unique holder design features a multi-stage insert combination for increased stability, rigid body for increased reliability, and coolant holes over each insert for excellent chip evacuation.
The additional cutter designs feature a smaller 5mm D.O.C. insert size with the same cost-efficient, double-sided, 6-edge design from the M-SIX line. The M-Six double-sided, 6-edge insert milling cutters with tough cutting edge due to wide design.
MEGACOAT NANO PLUS technology which provides excellent wear resistance for longer tool life and a high-quality surface finish.
The MEAS provides you with a broad range of applications from facing, shouldering, slotting, and profiling to pocketing, ramping and plunging. The sharp insert designs feature Kyocera’s proprietary hydrogen-free DLC coated PDL025 grade to maintain excellent wear resistance in aluminum.
Kyocera Precision Tools' jet coolant-through toolholder series provides multiple high-pressure coolant streams at precise locations giving you the upper hand in chip control and wear prevention. The large JCT-Series tooling lineup has now been expanded to include all new inch-size holders. Learn how this series can improve your production…
The SIGC series has been expanded to include Kyocera’s unique “Excellent Bar” steel shank and carbide shank toolholder styles. Kyocera is also offering the SIGC in left-handed toolholder and insert styles to cover a wider variety of internal grooving applications. 
Kyocera Precision Tools introduces the new SIGC small internal grooving tool. The SIGC toolholder has a newly developed clamping system providing a firm insert hold made for the most efficient high-precision machining.
Kyocera Precision Tools Inc. has released the AP-style chipbreaker for aluminum applications.
Kyocera Precision Tool Inc. offers the new PF chipbreaker for microboring applications. The PF chipbreaker’s low cutting force design and anti-welding properties provide excellent chip control and surface finish in a variety of applications.
Kyocera Precision Tools introduces a CVD-coated cermet grade for production in a wide range of finishing applications. The CCX Grade is a new technology composed of a unique, high-strength cermet insert with a thick layer of CVD coating.
Kyocera Precision Tools' roughing endmills feature a multiple-edge design and internal coolant that make it the ideal tool for deep slotting (DOC = 2 times diameter) stainless steel and titanium alloys. The unique flutes are designed with serrated, round cutting edges to enhance chip flow.
Kyocera Precision Tools introduces new economical double-sided, multiple-edge PCBN inserts with HH chipbreaker for machining hardened material with excellent chip control. These PCBN inserts are design for optimized small DOC finishing for workpieces that are 55 HRC or harder.
Kyocera Precision Tools expands insert lineup of the GBA grooving system with new insert grade PR1625 for steel and stainless steel grooving applications. PR1625 is a designed with high hardness and toughness with a highly stable carbide base material and MEGACOAT NANO coating technology for excellent wear resistance when grooving light…
Kyocera Precision Tools expands the GBF grooving series for small parts machining to include new coolant-through (JCT-series) holders and a GL chipbreaker for larger groove widths. The new KGBF-JCT style holders feature internal coolant holes that direct coolant closer to the cutting edge from the top of the insert.
Kyocera Precision Tools expands the popular KGD grooving system lineup with new integral holders with 1” max groove depths for 2” bar stock.
Kyocera Precision Tools introduces the new line of polygon taper shank holders for high-rigidity and high-precision machining.
Kyocera Precision Tools has expanded the popular CA025P CVD-coated carbide series for steel turning to include all new positive insert styles. The next-generation CA025P series features multilayer CVD coatings with a layer using a thick film of aluminum oxide (Al2O3) for excellent heat resistance.
Kyocera Corp. announced that it has developed a new ultradurable coating technology and base material for indexable industrial cutting tool inserts to improve steel machining. The new CA025P CVD coated carbide grade will be available to the U.S. market from the middle of May 2018.
Kyocera Precision Tools Inc.’s KTKF-JCT through-coolant cutoff holders for small-parts machining work great with high-pressure coolant.
Kyocera’s new Vulcan compression endmills are for routing composites. The Vulcan compression endmill is designed with up-cut and down-cut flutes to compress the composite material, preventing delamination.
Kyocera’s new CA3-series CVD-coated carbide inserts are for turning cast iron. The CA3-series grades with new K-series chipbreakers have become powerful contenders for gray and nodular cast iron machining applications, according to the company.
Kyocera Precision Tools Inc. says positive-style inserts with its WP chipbreaker and a wiper cutting edge impart fine surface finishes at low cutting forces. The chipbreaker stabilizes chip conditions at low feed rates, controls excess chip breaking during high-feed and high-load machining and prevents tearing of the finished surface by…
Kyocera Precision Tool Inc. announced the launch of the MFH Mini, a small-diameter, high-feed endmill for processing metal parts.
Kyocera Precision Tools Inc. unveiled its new MFK indexable milling cutter for cast iron, a milling system that will allow machinists to reduce costs and improve their milling operations through the use of double-sided, 10-edge negative inserts.
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp., Cutting Tool Div. introduced its new MFH-Raptor High Feed Milling Cutter, which features an anti-vibration design for increased productivity in ramping and helical milling at high speeds.
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp., Cutting Tool Division introduced its new PV7025 PVD-coated cermet grade of indexable cutting tool inserts for general machining of steel.
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp., Cutting Tool Div.'s MFPN facemill accepts PNMU inserts, which have a double-sided, pentagonal design that provides 10 cutting edges per insert.
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp., Cutting Tool Div. announced its new CA4505 and CA4515 CVD-coated carbide grades of indexable cutting tool inserts for machining gray and nodular (ductile) cast iron.
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp., Cutting Tool Div.'s double-clamp tool body firmly clamps the insert in two directions with one tightening action.
Effective May 2, Kyocera Corp. will acquire 100 percent ownership of the SGS Tool Co., to expand the Japanese company's current North American cutting tool business by 2.5 times by March 31, 2019, according to Kyocera President Goro Yamaguchi, who announced the deal in a company news release issued March 30. By incorporating SGS Tool, which…
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Kyocera's DRV Magic Drill series can accomplish a radial offset to drill larger than the existing tool.
With Kyocera Precision Tools Inc.’s new insert, blade and tool block designs, users can achieve rigid, safe and secure cutoff operations thanks to the clamping mechanisms of the KPK series. The insert clamp design is said to enable fast replacement of inserts and reduce downtime.
Shorter cycle times are key for manufacturers to remain competitive and profitable.
Kyocera’s MFH-RAPTOR high-feed milling series allows for full radial engagement and high feed rates. This makes it possible to quickly and efficiently face off large surface areas.
Kyocera Precision Tools Inc. has released a milling line for high-speed aluminum applications. The MEAS series is engineered with unique grooved insert pockets for added stability when machining at high speeds.

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Kyocera Corporation (President: Hideo Tanimoto) today announced that it has concluded an agreement to acquire 100% ownership of SouthernCarlson, Inc. (CEO: Kenneth D. Sweder), a U.S. distributor of tools, fasteners, packaging and facility supplies, headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska.
Kyocera Precision Tools has signed Clark Manufacturers Service to an Independent Manufacturers Representative agreement and will provide technical sales and service in the Pacific Northwest.