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IMTS PAVILION: TOOLING AND WORKHOLDING


jaws that allow many clamping possibilities for part sizes 1 to 268 mm in length or width. Optional “RAW” jaws milled to match part geometry are


available as well as jaws for gripping saw-cut workpieces. Hirschmann Engineering USA Inc. Ph: 847-468-9700 Web site: www.hirschmannusa.com


High-Performance Universal End Mills Adder high performance universal end mills feature a 40° helix design and a variable fl ute geometry that allows for chatter-free milling in tough hard ferrous materials. The Adder design with Cobra’s proprietary coatings has allowed the user to dramatically increase speeds and feeds and take


deeper depths of cuts. Machinists have seen extreme stability, incredible accuracy, excel- lent surface fi nishes and much longer tool life in diffi cult-to-machine materials. After running the tool in 1018 carbon steel at 1060 sfm (323 m/min) at 162 ipm (4115 mm/min) and a 250 radial doc, one user put the tool back in the drawer.


Cobra Carbide Ph: 951- 280-4700 Web site: www.cobracarbide.com


Multi-Pocket Selectable Toolholder SpinSelect multi-pocket selectable toolholder increases productivity and consistency of the range, complexity and volume of parts can be produced on a lathe by reduc- ing downtime associated with tool and insert setups and changeovers. SpinSelect’s patented design allows for quick indexing between its fi ve pockets with a simple one-quarter turn of a socket head cap screw. Each pocket can hold a different tool, allowing for quick changes between op- erations without


having to requalify the tools. SpinSelect excels at cutting harder materials, as the pockets are 30% stronger than traditional shank tools, allowing more rigid tools to be loaded. Designed for use on most lathes having a turret or tool post, SpinSelect offers signifi cantly better throughput on machining tasks such as heavy roughing, harder material removal, and short runs, reducing changeover/setup times up to 85%. Modern Industries Inc. Ph: 814-455-8061 Web site: www.modernind.com


Tool Selection Program Tool Architect is a powerful tool selection program that makes specifying the most effec- tive and ideal Wohlhaupter bor- ing tool confi gurations quick and easy. Tool Architect identifi es and specifi es boring tool confi gura- tions to virtually build a complete tool assembly and create 2D and


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