Blade is a cut above the rest

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - MAINTENANCE MATTERS -

With the 150.10 Jet blade, Seco fur­ther ex­pands the heat re­moval ca­pa­bil­i­ties of its Jet­stream Tool­ing Duo tech­nol­ogy.

The two coolant jets di­rected to op­ti­mal po­si­tions in the cut­ting zone en­able users to achieve longer tool life, in­creased pro­duc­tiv­ity and higher cut­ting speeds in part­ing-off op­er­a­tions that in­volve su­per­al­loys and stain­less steels.

Made of high-speed steel and in­cor­po­rat­ing rigidly clamped in­serts, the 150.10 Jet blade re­duces lat­eral cut­ting forces and se­cures straight sec­tion sur­faces.

The blade’s use of Jet­stream J Tool­ing Duo tech­nol­ogy in­volves two out­lets, one above and one be­low w the in­sert, to di­rect coolant lant straight to the he cut­ting zone for quick and ef­fec­tive heat re­moval. At high coolant pres­sures, the com­bi­na­tion of high ve­loc­ity, pres­sure, flow and di­rec­tion pro­vides a bet­ter cool­ing op­tion over flood­ing the tool as well as en­sures proper chip for­ma­tion and evac­u­a­tion.

The blade comes in two sizes and widths that range from 2 to 6.35mm. It can be com­bined with a broad range of grades and chip­breaker op­tions to han­dle a wide va­ri­ety of op­er­a­tions and work­piece ma­te­ri­als. Ac­ces­sories are avail­able for an easy and flex­i­ble con­nec­tion to the tur­ret for coolant sup­ply.

Go to demm.co.nz/ en­quiry q yq quote: D140731

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