2/1/2006

Anti-Vibration Boring Bars

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Sumitomo's Electric's Anti-Vibration X-Bar for deep-hole boring features a special dampening mechanism that eliminates chatter, resulting in extremely fine finishes and extra long tool life. Designed for extended overhangs, the X-Bar provides smooth finishes at up to 6× the length to diameter and is useful for step boring, bottom facing and copying. All X-Bars are coolant through and available with CCMT, TCMT and TPMT-style inserts in a variety of chipbreakers.

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Sumitomo's Electric's Anti-Vibration X-Bar for deep-hole boring features a special dampening mechanism that eliminates chatter, resulting in extremely fine finishes and extra long tool life.

Designed for extended overhangs, the X-Bar provides smooth finishes at up to 6× the length to diameter and is useful for step boring, bottom facing and copying. All X-Bars are coolant through and available with CCMT, TCMT and TPMT-style inserts in a variety of chipbreakers.

 

 

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