Back-Spotfacing Tool Designs

Cogsdill Tool Products’ Flipcut design has been refined for better tool performance. Now steel with brazed carbide, the design offers an improved method for cutter retention allowing precise location for reliable and consistent cutter replacement. The new tool design is better suited to modified and special cutter designs.

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Cogsdill Tool Products’ Flipcut design has been refined for better tool performance. Now steel with brazed carbide, the design offers an improved method for cutter retention allowing precise location for reliable and consistent cutter replacement. The new tool design is better suited to modified and special cutter designs. The tools perform back-spotfacing and chamfering operations in one setup. The cutter flips open to machine a back spotface or back chamfer, and flips back to the closed position for withdrawal. The tool can also be used for cutting front chamfers. No refixturing or repositioning of the workpiece is required. Also available are the Universal burnishing tool designs for turning or boring applications. Tool designs can be used on any part size or configuration and are suited for any turning machine. The tools achieve low surface finishes on shafts, faces, tapers, contours and IDs as large as 2.750".

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