3/4/2009

Thread Mills, Single Point and Port Tools, and More

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The company offers hundreds of new tools among its thread mill, specialty end mill, boring bar, threading tool, grooving tool and port tool product lines. Tools include corner rounding end mills with three flutes, double ended; solid carbide engraving tools in a variety of angles and sizes; and mini-boring bars with diameters ranging from 0. 015" to 0.

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Scientific Cutting Tools will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

Plan to meet up with their team or get registered here!

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The company offers hundreds of new tools among its thread mill, specialty end mill, boring bar, threading tool, grooving tool and port tool product lines. Tools include corner rounding end mills with three flutes, double ended; solid carbide engraving tools in a variety of angles and sizes; and mini-boring bars with diameters ranging from 0.015" to 0.045".

All tools have been engineered for high performance and have been ground to tight tolerances on CNC tool and cutter grinders.

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