11/21/2006

Center Lock CBN Inserts

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Seco's line of full-face CBN inserts with a center lock hole provides more edges per insert compared to a standard tipped insert while keeping the insert mounting security with the C-lock hole. The inserts remove the depth-of-cut limitations while maintaining the strength needed for high productivity machining to provide reduced overall cost per cutting edge and increased number of parts produced per insert. These inserts are engineered for a range of applications, including turning, boring and milling, and are offered in grades CBN10 and CBN20.

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Seco's line of full-face CBN inserts with a center lock hole provides more edges per insert compared to a standard tipped insert while keeping the insert mounting security with the C-lock hole.

The inserts remove the depth-of-cut limitations while maintaining the strength needed for high productivity machining to provide reduced overall cost per cutting edge and increased number of parts produced per insert.

These inserts are engineered for a range of applications, including turning, boring and milling, and are offered in grades CBN10 and CBN20.

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