Trepan Form Tools Cut Smoothly for Metal-to-Metal Seals

Fischer Special Tooling will be featuring their line of trepan form tools.

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Fischer Special Tooling will be featuring their line of trepan form tools. Typical machining process using the company’s trepan form tools include: cutting O-ring grooves for Parker face seals; intricate geometries on the ends of high-volume precision-turned automotive components; end-face grooves with smooth surfaces required for metal-to-metal seals; and deep-recess hollow-mill applications where off-the-shelf grooving inserts may fail to perform.

This tooling will be on display along with the Fischer’s extensive line of precision carbide tooling including form cutting tools, internal grinding arbors and quills, custom form gages, and form milling cutters. Made of solid carbide, brazed carbide or high speed steel, Fischer Special Tooling says it produces any custom shape, regardless of the complexity of the tooling geometry.

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