3/30/2006

Application-Specific Cold Forming Taps

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Emuge Corp. has introduced cold forming taps that are specially designed for threading specific materials. Featuring various geometric designs, coatings and styles, "InnoForm" taps provide a highly efficient solution for the chipless production of internal threads in a range of specific applications, the company says.

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Emuge Corp. has introduced cold forming taps that are specially designed for threading specific materials. Featuring various geometric designs, coatings and styles, "InnoForm" taps provide a highly efficient solution for the chipless production of internal threads in a range of specific applications, the company says.

 

InnoForm taps' polygon shape and various forming wedges are specifically designed to produce the effective thread profile for the properties of the workpiece material. As a result, InnoForm taps are able to easily form threads that in various situations cannot be efficiently machined with cutting taps, the company says.

 

Thirty different tap designs, including various shapes, are available to thread seven different material groups including regular steel, soft steels, hardened steels, wrought aluminum alloys and nonferrous metals, cast aluminum, stainless steels and materials with restricted ductile properties.

 

Emuge InnoForm Taps are currently available in metric sizes from coarse thread to DIN 13 M3 through M16 and fine thread DIN 13 MF 8x1 through 16x1.5.

 

 

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