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SEP 2017

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Page 131 of 220 September 2017 MMS 129 TOOLING AND WORKHOLDING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Search Machines Smarter. Machining Center Drill/Tap Boring Mill Milling Machine Machine Type: The Machine Tool Search Engine system. Full contact of gripping surfaces provides a stable grip and allows heavy cuts for shorter cycle times. Implementing the system requires only a jaw change, and changing the jaws and collets is said to take less time than changing entire chucks. Available pad shapes include round, hex and square with smooth or serrated gripping surfaces. The line also includes collet pad top jaws and W&S solid emergency collet pads. Dillon Manufacturing Inc., call 800-428-1133 or visit ROUGH-BORING TOOLS ADDRESS VIBRATION, CHIP BREAKING Sandvik Coromant introduces its CoroBore rough- boring tools, which are designed to address vibration, chip breaking and process security while delivering high productivity. The tools are available in single, twin and triple edges. The tools are said to offer high performance in ISO P (steel), M (stainless steel), K (cast iron), N (nonferrous), S (heat-resistant super alloy and titanium) and H (hardened steel). To support these tools, the company has also introduced CoroBore 111 four-edged inser ts, which are designed to provide optimized grade selection, good chip-formation qualities and increased tool life. The CoroBore BR20 twin-edge tool has a dif- ferential pitch to reduce pitch vibration and enable use at longer overhangs and larger cut depths. It enables built-in step-boring without the need for

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