Screw-on chip breakers

  • 15-May-2009 03:55 EDT
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Kennametal’s Beyond screw-on positive insert chip breakers provide up to 250% longer tool life across a range of cutting parameters in turning steel, cast iron, stainless steel, and high-temp alloy workpieces. Dimensional tolerances are 50% tighter for improved indexability. This means many more parts per edge for manufacturers. FP (Finishing Positive) inserts have a chip groove that results in lower cutting forces and a nose design that avoids overcrowding of chips in the nose radius area, thus optimizing chip control while permitting higher metal removal rates at lower cutting forces. MP (Medium/Roughing Positive) inserts are suited for chamfering applications as well as s­pindle boring due to high-strength edges for increased depth of cut. MW (Flat Top) inserts not only provide positive cutting but also show consistent chip control in short-chipping materials such as cast iron.­
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