Cut stain­less steel easy

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - PRODUCT WATCH -

Seco has re­leased a high-feed (wiper) ge­om­e­try that en­ables the high per­for­mance lev­els that have been avail­able for other metals, but were dif­fi­cult to at­tain when cut­ting stain­less steels.

With the W-MF4 wiper ge­om­e­try, man­u­fac­tur­ers can in­crease sur­face fin­ish qual­ity, cy­cle times or both, depend­ing on the pri­or­i­ties and de­mands of their spe­cific ap­pli­ca­tion.

W-MF4 is avail­able in Du­ratomic grades TM2000 and TM4000 and PVD-coated grade CP500.

TM2000 and TM4000 pro­vide ex­cel­lent turn­ing per­for­mance in stain­less steels through Du­ratomic coat­ing tech­nol­ogy. CP500 is a uni­ver­sal grade that achieves strong re­sults across a wide va­ri­ety of work­piece ma­te­ri­als due its unique PVD coat­ing.

The firm has also ex­panded the hole­mak­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties of its Crown­loc Plus line of drills with the ad­di­tion of two new ge­ome­tries.

The lat­est M and L ge­ome­tries bring added edge sharp­ness and chip con­trol, re­spec­tively, to this ex­change­able-tip drill fam­ily known for its strong wear re­sis­tance in a va­ri­ety of ma­te­ri­als.

The M ge­om­e­try uses a free cut­ting drill point to min­imise heat gen­er­a­tion and achieve long, pre­dictable tool life in chal­leng­ing hole­mak­ing op­er­a­tions that in­volve high­tem­per­a­ture al­loys, ti­ta­nium, ti­ta­nium al­loys and stain­less steel.­eren­quiry #140604

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