Through-Coolant Cutting Tool Improves Chip Evacuation

Carmex Precision Tools expands its Tiny Tools line with the CBR, featuring a chip breaker for improved chip evacuation in boring and profiling operations.

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Carmex Precision Tools expands its Tiny Tools line with the CBR, featuring a chipbreaker for improved chip evacuation in boring and profiling operations. The cutting tool is designed for machining stainless steels, super alloys and other hard-to-machine materials. It features internal coolant through the tool and is constructed of carbide-grade TNX with triple coating for high edge stability and improved chip flow. The coolant deposition is intended to improve chip control, lengthen tool life, raise abrasive resistance and reduce the cutting edge temperature.

The tool includes an external-thread turning holder designed for back operations on CNC Swiss-type lathes. The holder grips the tool in two directions for turning operations on both the X and Y axes, and features an elbow fitting and a top clamp. 

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