CoroBore Rough-Boring Tools Optimize Machining Security

Originally titled 'Rough-Boring Tools Optimize Machining Security'

Sandvik Coromant Inc.’s CoroBore rough-boring tools are designed to surmount the challenges typically associated with rough boring, namely vibration, chip-breaking and process security. 

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Sandvik Coromant Inc.’s CoroBore rough-boring tools are designed to surmount the challenges typically associated with rough boring, namely vibration, chip-breaking and process security. The rough-boring tools provide machine shops with a market-leading solution to their rough-boring requirements, the company says.

By way of example, the combination of CoroBore together with Coromant Capto and Coromant EH modular systems enables users to be highly flexible in production. This delivers added-value through reduced tool investment and inventory. For convenience, each solution is available either separately or as part of a complete tool assembly kit.

The new CoroBore rough-boring tools offer excellent performance in ISO P (steel), M (stainless steel), K (cast iron), N (nonferrous), S (heat-resistant super alloy and titanium) and ISO H (hardened steel) materials.

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