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Carmex Swiss-Line of Inserts and Toolholders Features PVD Triple Coating

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Carmex’s Swiss-Line inserts and toolholders, designed for parting, grooving, profiling and chamfering in mass production operations, feature PVD triple coating for high wear and heat resistance.

The Swiss-Line polygon, for turning, back turning, parting, grooving, full-radius grooving and threading, allows multiple inserts to be used with the same toolholder. 

This line features grounded cutting edges. The inserts can be indexed directly on the machine, and coated holders provide abrasion resistance. 

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