Sandvik Coromant Company
1702 Nevins Rd.
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 US
Sandvik Coromant supports higher efficiency in mixed production.
Sandvik Coromant supports higher efficiency in mixed production.
High-Precision Coolant for Advanced Wet Machining
This new range of insert geometries and customized tool holders features fixed nozzles that guarantee a precise coolant jet flow to get right to the center of the cutting zone.
CoroDrill® 870 Exchangeable-tip Drill
This new generation drill features optimized flute geometry, self-locating mount, and an exchangeable tip for superior holemaking performance.
CoroMill Plura multi-material end mills
CoroMill Plura is designed for high performance and secure machining.
Making Micro Threads
Production of micro threads can be challenging, but using the most suitable tools for a given application can simplify the task.
QS Holding System for Sliding Head Machines
The Sandvik Coromant QS high pressure holding system for sliding head machines has helped customers with reducing setup and tool-change time.
Sandvik Breaks Ground in New Jersey
Sandvik and its tooling division, Sandvik Coromant, broke ground December 3 last year on a location neighboring its current U.S. headquarters in Fair Lawn, N.J.
Online Knowledge Hub Optimizes Hole Making
Drilling Knowledge Hub is a website dedicated to optimizing drilling process and customizing results to users' needs.
Sandvik Coromant 'Tools Up' Workshops for Warriors
The company is donating $40,000 worth of metal-cutting tools to Workshops for Warriors, which is a San Diego based not-profit organization dedicated to providing free job training, certification and placement for veterans.
Cost Efficiency with Hard Part Turning
Either as an alternative or complement to grinding, hard part turning offers a number of advantages that have become even more evident with further developments in insert concepts.
CoroDrill 870 is for Steel and Cast Iron
Sandvik’s CoroDrill 870 is available for both steel and cast iron drilling operations and is designed to save time and reduce hole costs. The drill can be tailored to optimize applications through diameter range, steps and length possibilities.
Sandvik Coromant’s Light Cutting Insert Useful for Gear Milling
Sandvik Coromant’s light cutting insert for its CoroMill 170 precision gear milling cutter reduces cutting forces, making it a good option for small gear milling machines, giving users the option to reduce power consumption or run faster and longer.
Sandvik Appoints New Marketing Manager
Sandvik Coromant has appointed Ester Codina as the company’s new marketing and communications manager, market area Americas.
iLock Fixturing System Used for Risk-Free Titanium Milling
The iLock fixturing system from Sandvik Coromant is for use in milling of ISO S materials.
Sandvik Announces New Strategic Direction
Sandvik Coromant has a new regionalized business structure that will improve efficiency, growth and profit with a stronger and more enhanced focus on growth.
CoroDrill 861 Solid Carbide Drills Provide High Stability
Sandvik Coromant’s CoroDrill 861, a range of solid carbide drills for deep hole drilling applications, feature advanced chip management flute geometry and is able to generate small, manageable chips.
Sandvik Coromant Appoints New Executives
Sandvik Coromant appointed John Israelsson president of the new business area, Market Area Americas.
Thread Tapping Tools
The CoroTap tools from Sandvik are for optimized productivity in each ISO material and the Spectrum Tap tools are for reliable performance across a multitude of workpiece materials, the company says.The CoroTap line is designed for high productivity and a highly efficient machining process.
Sandvik Coromant Appoints New Director of Education
Sandvik Coromant has established a new department focused on education, and John Jacobsen has been appointed director of education in the U.S.Mr.
Fast Solid Carbide Drill
The CoroDrill 860 for steel drilling is especially useful for conventional drilling, chamfered holes, inclined surfaces, cross holes, stack drilling and convex/concave surfaces.
'Bridging the Skills Gap' Event
Sixty manufacturers and educators turned out at Calhoun Community College in Tanner, Al., on September 15 to participate in the “Bridging the Skills Gap” event, part of the nationwide series of educational seminars being conducted by Sandvik Coromant.
Sandvik Coromant Intensifies Collaboration
The collaboration between Sandvik Coromant and Höfler Maschinenbau began in 2009.
Turning Inserts Machine Different Materials
Spectrum turning from Sandvik Coromant is a minimum program that provides a simplified choice of inserts designed to efficiently machine different materials at various cutting conditions.
Cutting Tools Manufacturer Appoints New President
On September 1, Klas Forsström took over the position as president of Sandvik Coromant.
Technical Sponsorship of Don Schumacher Racing
Sandvik Coromant announces its technical sponsorship of National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) champion, Don Schumacher Racing (DSR). DSR, based in Brownsburg, Ind., fields teams in two NHRA nitro categories, including three Top Fuel dragster teams and four Funny Car teams. As part of the 2-year agreement, Sandvik Coromant will provide tooling and technical training to DSR’s staff.
Quick-Change Clamping Units
The new quick-change clamping units are designed for users can maximize the amount of machining time on a machine.
Tooling up for Micromachining
Choosing the right tools and matching them to the correct operations and process techniques for micromachining applications is critical to success in this burgeoning market.
Tooling/Racing Partnership is Renewed
Sandvik Coromant and Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) (the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team co-owned by Tony Stewart and Haas Automation founder Gene Haas) have renewed their partnership for a second year.
Toolholding System Fits Variety of Machines
The Coromant Capto C10 toolholding system is designed to increase removal capacity at higher torques, improving performance for a variety of heavy machining operations in large components.
Sandvik Coromant Supports SkillsUSA Championship
Sandvik Coromant supported America’s skilled workforce at the annual 2011 SkillsUSA National Championships, June 21-24, in Kansas City, Mo.
Company Joins the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing
Sandvik Coromant has united with the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM) as an originating industry member.
Ballnose End Mills for Profiling Small Parts
The new range of small CoroMill Plura ballnose end mills for profiling in medium hard to hard steels come in diameters from 0.1 -12 mm and are perfectly suited for all small die and mold, electronic fiber optic connector and medical tooth implant manufacturing, where high precision is important.
April 2011 PM News
A Winning PartnershipSandvik Coromant and the Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) team have again extended their partnership for 2 more years.
Holding System for Sliding Heads
Sandvik Coromant’s QS holding system for sliding head machines can be combined with high precision coolant.
Getting the Most Out of Hard Turning
Traditionally, production of most parts made from hard or hardened materials, defined as those at or more than 45 HRc, required dedicated grinding equipment and processes.
PM News: February 2011
New Engineering Manager Hanwha Machinery America has appointed David Folz as engineering manager at its Franklin, Wisconsin, headquarters.
PM News: January 2011
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CNC Swiss Delivers in Many Ways
Designed to efficiently process long, slender parts for the watch industry, the Swiss-type screw machine has evolved well beyond its original application niche.
Fast and Accurate Thread Whirling
The CoroMill 325 thread whirling inserts and holders address the growing demand for techniques that produce threads fast and at high tolerances, arising from the special thread forms used for medical bone screws, implants and other micro components.Thread whirling is a fast and accurate way to thread long, slender components in difficult-to-machine materials.
IMTS Reinforces Manufacturing Optimism
What was most notable during the show was the investment climate.
Machining--There's an App for That
Move over Texas Instruments.
Consider a Systems Approach to Tooling
How parts are processed is the key to reducing cycle times, especially when using Swiss-type and turn-mill machines.
I discovered that chip control actually means controlling chips as they are being cut off of a workpiece.
Cutting Tools--There's a Site for That
June 2010 PM E-Newsletter
Tooling for Composite Applications
Designed for efficient hole making in composite materials, the CoroDrill 854 and CoroDrill 856 have been developed to withstand demands from CFRP materials and aluminum stacks.
Alternative to Toolholders
Sandvik Coromant’s QS holding system, already available for users of Citizen and Star automatic sliding head lathes, is now available to machine shops with Tornos, Tsugami and Nexturn sliding head models.
April 2010 PM News
Manager of Strategic ProgramsSeco Tools Inc. has appointed Tracie Clarke as its manager of strategic programs.
Versatile Grade for HRSA and Stainless Steel Machining
Sandvik Coromant’s high-performance, sharp-edge grade, the GC1115, is designed to ensure secure and reliable performance in applications ranging from aerospace to general engineering. The grade combines the toughness and heat resistance of fine grain cemented carbide with the wear resistance of a PVD coating, making it an effective choice for predictable production systems where unstable conditions are likely to occur.
The Ins and Outs of Inserts
Understanding how inserts are made provides valuable insight into how their performance can be optimized.
Wipe Away Rough Surfaces
Not only do wiper inserts accomplish smooth surfaces—and if the material allows, they will eliminate a grinding operation—but these additional radii are also designed to double the feed rates of roughing and semi-finishing operations while achieving the specified surface finishes.
PM News August 2009
Swiss Bar Feeder Announces Ambitious Growth and Expansion PlansSwiss company LNS announces considerable plans for growth and expansion into new markets. "The goal is to double the size of our company within five years," explains Thomas H.
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Machine-Adapted Clamping Units For Lathes
Sandvik Coromant’s range of Coromant Capto machine-adapted clamping units for lathe machines are especially useful for both turning and milling applications. The products provide the flexibility to change from one system to another very quickly and also channel high pressure coolant from the latest CoroTurn HP cutting heads, reducing temperatures and improving chip control. The machine-adapted clamping units are available for Mazak, Mori Seiki, Nakamura Tome and Okuma machines.
Best Of Both Worlds
The proven advantages of wiper technology for indexible insert cutting tools continue to evolve. This article looks at some of them.
Wiper Insert Boosts Productivity And Quality
Sandvik Coromant’s WMX wiper insert combines a main radius with multiple complementary radii and integrates a new chip-breaker geometry. This design widens feed rate and chip-breaking ranges, allowing machining times to be cut by approximately 30 percent, according to the company. Productivity is greatly increased in medium- to rough-machining, and much higher quality surface finishes can be achieved in finishing operations.
Machine Adapted Clamping Units For Lathes
Sandvik Coromant has released a range of Coromant Capto machine-adapted clamping units for lathe machines especially useful for both turning and milling applications. The units provide the flexibility to change from one system to another very quickly and will also channel high pressure coolant from the latest CoroTurn HP cutting heads, reducing temperatures and improving chip control. The machine-adapted clamping units will be available for Mazak, Mori Seiki, Nakamura Tome and Okuma machines.
Insert Grade For Steel Turning
Sandvik Coromant's GC4205 insert grade is designed to provide increased speeds, high metal removal rates and process stability in steel turning applications. The insert grade offers an extended performance range, from roughing to medium-finishing and semi-finishing and excels in applications where high cutting
2D Profile Milling Of Titanium
The CoroMill 690 is a long-edge cutting tool developed to provide high productivity in 2D profile milling of titanium components, especially for manufacturers who produce complex titanium components for the aerospace industry. Highly resistant to axial forces, the cutting tool uses four cutting edges to provide productive and economical machining, the company says.
Precision Threading Tools
The CoroThread 266 high-precision threading tool provides increased productivity and stability, the manufacturer, Sandvik, says. Offering value to the oil, gas and mechanical engineering industries, the tool is available in 0.
High-Pressure Coolant System
The CoroTurn HP from Sandvik Coromant is a high-pressure coolant system that offers improved chip control, increased cutting speed and extended tool life in difficult materials. The system couples with the company's Coromant Capto to harness the capability of as high as 1,100 psi in turning centers, vertical turning lathes and multitask machines. V .
Chip Control With Coolant
Directing high pressure coolant under the chip in turning applications can improve cutting rates, tool life and surface finish.
Speeding Up Screw-Machined Production
Businesses need to prepare for an upswing as they do a downswing. Staffing, materials and production are just a few of the areas that need to be adjusted—but when? We at Sandvik Coromant think is should be done now.
New Grade For Hard Part Turning
Sandvik Coromant is broadening its variety of hard part turning inserts with CB7025, a strong grade optimized for interrupted cuts in case hardened steel. The grade's fine grain CBN controls wear and mechanically interlocks insert corners to provide strength and security superior to standard insert edge designs, according to the company. These properties enable higher machining speeds, as well as the ability to finish components in one pass while retaining surface quality.
Improved Indexable Insert Stability
Sandvik Coromant will introduce its iLock at the September EMO exposition in Germany as a way of improving indexable insert stablility when cutting metal.
Insert Grades For High-Temperature Alloy Machining
Additions to the Sandvik Coromant family of heat-resistant, super alloy cutting tools include the CC6060 and CC6065 inserts. The ceramic grades of round inserts are capable of running at four to six times the speed of conventional carbide inserts, the company says. The CC6060 is optimized to provide productivity benefits with larger diameter components and longer lengths of cut.
Versatile Inserts And Tools
Sandvik Coromant's versatile inserts and tooling are available, including the CB7025, a strong grade milling insert for interrupted cuts in case-hardened steel. It consists of a fine grain CBN that controls wear and mechanically interlocks insert corners to provide strength and security superior to standard insert edge designs, the company says. The CC6060 and CC6065 grades of round ceramic inserts achieve four to six times the cutting speed of conventional carbide inserts in medium to roughing operations.
Insert Grades Boost Productivity And Performance
Sandvik Coromant offers insert grades that are designed to boost turning productivity and performance, such as the GC4235 that is said to provide excellent security in both steels and stainless steels, even when working in unstable and demanding conditions. The CC6060 and CC6065 grades of round ceramic inserts achieve four to six times the cutting speed of conventional carbide inserts in medium to roughing operations. The CB7025 is said to optimize cutting results in light to heavy interrupted cuts of case-hardened steel.
Insert Geometry For Low Carbon Steels
Sandvik Coromant's new LC insert geometry improves chip evacuation to boost productivity in difficult to machine materials. While conventional geometries cause frequent chip jamming, the LC avoids these interruptions to production, according to the company. By lowering the risk of chip jamming, the LC insert geometry is a step towards trouble-free turning of low carbon steels.
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Toolholding System Designed For Citizen Machines
The QS toolholding system by Sandvik Coromant is an innovation for Citizen machines. Each system kit includes a stop, two spring-loaded wedges and a short toolholder, with shank sizes ranging from 8×8 mm to 16×16 mm in diameter. Because of its design, the system can reduce downtime and improve productivity, the company says.
Inserts For Milling, Turning And Drilling
The GC1030 and GC4240 inserts allow for high efficiency in steel milling. GC1030 uses a PVD coating to improve wear resistance. This makes it extremely versatile and reliable, according to the company.
Adaptor Plates Offer One-Setup Machining
To better serve customers using multitask machining, Sandvik Coromant has introduced the option to build customized multitask mini turrets. Made possible through the use of CoroTurn SL adaptor plates, this option is designed to aid customers looking to complete complex workpieces in one setup. The easy-to-customize multitask mini turrets combine the adaptor plates with cutting heads and blades for turning and grooving operations.
Internal Grooving With Small-Hole Accuracy
CoroCut MB (minibar) tools focus on internal high-precision grooves in holes down to 10-mm diameter. It has a range of insert widths from 0. 7 mm for circlip grooves and differnt insert sizes for shallow and deep grooves, which makes it versatile.
Multi-Tasking Tool Mills And Turns
The CoroPlex MT is a combination of the CoroMill 390 and CoroTurn 107. It is either used for a rotating tool for milling applications or indexed in a number of optional positions for stationary turning using two different CoroTurn 107 inserts. Sandvik Coromant's multifunctional tool is designed for virtually unrestricted use of all the insert positions possible without support of any extra software.
Insert For Gereral Steel Turning
GC4225 from Sandvik Coromant represents the next generation of P25 grades for general steel turning. With general steel turning, the steel material varies from un-alloyed to high-alloyed bar material to various forgings and castings. The type of operation also varies from rough to finish turning with conditions ranging from good to difficult.
Boning Up On Thread Whirling's Advantages
Thread whirling attachments installed on this bone screw maker's Swiss screw machines prove to be just the right prescription for the company's mix of screw sizes and run quantities.
Drill Increases Feed Rates
The CoroDrill 880 features new Step Technology that provides cutting force balance with a uniquely shaped center insert to facilitate smooth entrance into the workpiece. This enables up to 100 percent increases in feed rates, cutting the cost per drilled hole in half. The inserts impart four cutting edges and wiper geometry, allowing tight tolerances to be held.
Adaptors And Cutting Blades
Sandvik Coromant has released a tooling system designed to provide a large number of tooling solutions through a comparatively small amount of inventory. Made up of CoroTurn SL adaptors and CoroCut SL cutting blades, the system's combinations allow for a variety of parting and grooving operations. CoroTurn SL adaptors contain a serrated interface to be combined with different cutting blades.
Inserts For Small Part Machining
The CocoCut XS from Sandvik Coromant is designed to produce precision-turned components with diameters as small as 1 mm. The insert allows for productivity gains in high volume production and is precision ground to contain sharp edges. According to the company, this ensures the tightest possible tolerances in external machining operations, such as grooving, threading, parting and turning.
Tooling Solutions For Internal Turning, Grooving And Threading
The CoroTurn XS is said to provide tooling solutions for internal turning, grooving and threading with a design for small parts machining. The company says its line features four sizes: CXS-04, -05, -06 and -07. Each of these include inserts for a range of hole diameters and is available in several lengths to suit different applications.
Latest Products In New Catalog
This turning and rotating tool catalog supplement features the company's new product data, detailed charts, specifications and illustrations to help customers choose the most appropriate equipment for their applications. .
Tooling System For Machining Titanium Alloys
A new tooling solution for the machining of titanium alloys and heat-resistant alloys,Xcel tool is said to provide design advantages when the user is performing semi-rough turning into shoulders. The tool features the accessibility and programming of an 80-degree insert along with reduced wear compared to a square insert used at a 45-degree entering angle. According to the company, the tool has the following benefits: Reduced notch wear and faster cutting speeds compared to rhombic inserts; the ability to machine into corners to produce complex shapes; greater accessibility in confined spaces; the abilityto machine in two directions; and reduced radial forces and constant chip thickness compared to round inserts.
Turning, Grooving, Threading Tooling Line
CoroTurn XS tooling for internal turning, grooving and threading brings CoroTurn down to smaller bores in a design conceived with small part machining in mind. This line features four sizes—CXS-04, -05, -06 and -07—each including inserts for a range of hole diameters available in different lengths to suit different applications. These inserts fit into boring bars designed with an internal cutting fluid supply directed at the cutting edge via two nozzles to ensure chip evacuation and sufficient cooling.
A Look At Today's Cast Iron
This article explores a variety of factors affecting machinability of grey and ductile irons. Choosing the right combination of metal and cutting tools can have a dramatic impact on the cost of a part.
Choosing Advanced Tooling For Swiss Machining
The right tools for Swiss machines can boost throughput and improve the quality of finished parts. For example, switching from brazed carbide parting tools to more wear resistant coated carbide inserts with sharper edges reduced cycle time on an automotive fluid connector from 11 seconds to just 5 seconds.
Parting And Grooving Tools
An extended line of parting and grooving tools is now available. The new CoroCut family members are said to improve chip control, lower inventory costs and provide good surface finish and 20 to 40 percent longer tool life than comparable tools. In addition, they enhance productivity and eliminate machining hassles in materials ranging from aluminum to hardened steels and heat resistant super alloys (HRSAs).