Kyocera SGS Precision Tools

SGS Tool Co. says the key features designed into the SGS Hi-PerCarb drill allow the product to offer application benefits not only beyond that of standard carbide drills, but also other high-performance drills.
SGS Tool Co. has expanded its S-Carb offering to include a new ballnose geometry, additional corner radius and reach options and larger diameters.
SGS Tool Co. has expanded its Multi-Carb high performance end mill offering to include metric corner radius options.
SGS Tool Co. has added a new series of 6-Flute High Performance End Mills to its offering.
SGS Tool Co. has added a new series of high-performance 3-flute endmills for difficult-to-machine materials and challenging applications.
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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T-Carb 6-Flute High Performance End Mills from SGS are ideal for aggressive high speed machining using Trochoidal and Peel Milling techniques.
KYOCERA SGS Precision Tools (KSPT) recently introduced a new suite of 8 Picatinny Rail form tools. The innovative designs are inspired from largely successful high performance end mills in the current SGS portfolio. The SGS Picatinny rail portfolio has been carefully designed for material specific applications to service the firearms industry.
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