5/23/2016

Carmex Brochure Features Swiss-Type Tools

Originally titled 'Brochure Features Swiss-Type Tools'
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The Tiny Tools line has been expanded with the CBR incorporating an advanced chipbreaker for improved chip evacuation in boring and profiling operations.

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A brochure detailing products from Carmex Precision Tools Ltd. can be downloaded from the company’s website, carmex.com. In line with increased emphasis on Swiss-type machining, the brochure features polygon inserts and toolholders for external turning, grooving, parting and threading on Swiss-type machines, as well as additional slim toolholders for parting against the subspindle.

The Tiny Tools line has been expanded with the CBR incorporating an advanced chipbreaker for improved chip evacuation in boring and profiling operations. Designed for machining stainless steels, super alloys and other hard-to-machine materials, the Tiny Tool CBR also features internal coolant through the tool and is constructed of advanced carbide grade TNX with triple coating for high edge stability and better chip flow, the company says. An external turning holder for back operations on CNC Swiss-type machines grip the Tiny Tool in two directions for turning operations on both the X and Y axes.

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