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“Aerospace applications continue to provide opportunities to apply the FFQ4 family of tools. Applications are not easily outsourced and the aerospace business seems to remain strong,” said Raun. Typical machining applications include heavy-duty machining with cutting tools 2" (50 mm) in diameter and up on robust CAT 50, HSK 100, and HSK 125 machining centers.


OSG End Mills Tackle


Difficult-to-Machine Materials The latest milling cutter develop-


ment from OSG USA Inc. (Glendale Heights, IL) for machining nickel alloys like Inconel are the EXOPRO UVX- Ni end mills. UVX-Ni end mills are designed for slotting and side cutting in any high-temperature application, according to David Aly, OSG’s national aerospace specialist, “but the UVX-Ni end mills can also be used in hard- ened material machining.” With its variable helix/variable index design, the UVX-Ni eliminates chatter and vibration for more stable machining.


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Iscar Metals Inc. 817-258-3200 / www.iscar.com


Komet of America Inc. 847-923-8400 / www.komet.com


MAPAL Inc. 810-364-8020 / www.MAPAL.com


Mitsubishi Materials Corp. 800-523-0800 / www.mmus.com OSG USA Inc.


630-274-3112 / www.osgtool.com


Sandvik Coromant 201-794-5000 / www.sandvik.coromant. com/us


Seco Tools LLC 248-528-5200 / www.secotools.com/us


Machining performance is further enhanced due to the proprietary cutting edge geometry that reduces heat while cutting, and the unique flute form that produces excellent chip formation and evacuation.


The Ultimate CNC Combination Lathes


Feature Machines of the Month Large Capacity Models Available with up to 39.3" Swing and 200" Center MR Series shown with optional 8 Station Automatic Bi-Directional Indexing Disc Turret


that is Right for Your Turning Needs Clausing/MultiTurn MT Series: The MT series features the Fanuc Oi-TD control with ‘Manual Guide i’ programming allowing the operator to generate part programs quickly and efficiently through the use of easy-to-understand conversational style cycle prompts. Fanuc Oi-TD control package comes with all digital control and drives offering exceptional value and reliability.


The Perfect Machine for Most of Today’s CNC Turning Applications... Pick the Control


Clausing/MultiTurn MR Series: Equipped with the FAGOR 8055i TC CNC Control. This user-friendly control offers both icon-key based conversational programming or Conventional ISO G-code programming. The extensive use of graphics at the display means that even complex machining tasks are easily accomplished and minimizing set-up time for both experienced and beginner operators.


The extensive list of machine features include: Anti-friction PTFE material between saddle and bed for greatly improved surface finish • Heavy-duty cast iron, hardened and ground, bed ways • Triangular web bed design CNC1000/2000/3000/4000 models • Extra wide bed maximizes support for saddle and cross slide assembly • Variable AC spindle drive motor • Automatic three range headstock (Automatic four range headstock on CNC7000/8000 models) • Superior headstock positive flow lubrication system • Automatic oil system to guide ways & ballscrews • Digital AC servo drive system • Fully enclosed, interlocking guarding (optional on models with 120" centers and larger) and much more...


Available in models with: 13", 15", 18", 21", 26", 30", 31.4" and 39.3" swings Up to 200" between centers


Call 800-323-0972 for the Clausing Dealer Nearest You or visit www.clausing-industrial.com for detailed catalogs of the full line of Clausing Machine Tools


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