Turning Tools Turn Difficult Metals More Efficiently

A complete line of standard tools for high pressure coolant (HPC) turning makes turning more efficient when using titanium, Inconel and stainless steel.

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A complete line of standard tools for high pressure coolant (HPC) turning makes turning more efficient when using titanium, Inconel and stainless steel.
 
In combination with optional standard high pressure plumbing readily available on virtually all mainstream turning machines, the company’s JETHP (Jet High Pressure) tools consistently end chip jamming, improve tool life more than 10 to 1, while doubling removal rates.
 
The tools cover the range of turning, grooving and parting tools and includes HPC versions of the company’s Isoturn, Heliturn, Tang-Grip, PentaCut and Cut-Grip tools, in both standard and interchangeable-tool Camfix styles. All styles feature internal coolant paths compatible with through-spindle plumbing in the machine. The line also includes all connection accessories as standard. 
 
HPC turning works by aiming a high pressure hydraulic wedge of liquid coolant precisely into the cutting zone, shattering chips into uniformly small, classic C shapes and ejecting them completely out of the way. Also, because it remains liquid at such high pressures and flow rates, it lubricates and cools the cutting area more effectively.
 
In the Isoturn line, two separate streams simultaneously deliver coolant to the top rake and bottom flank of the tool. The nozzle for the top stream can be aimed and is easy to move out of the way for convenient insert indexing and replacement. It automatically snaps back into place when coolant is turned back on. The bottom stream can be turned on to enhance the cooling effect. Other models in the line have discharge points, always targeting the cutting zone.