3/30/2007

Chipbreakers For Turning

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- Catalog highlights the three new chipbreaker ANSI Negative inserts for steels, stainless steels and cast irons that have been added to the ValTun turning system lineup- A chart references the individual geometries and grades and correlates their design features with operational advantages- Other charts show application/workpiece material ranges, chip control levels, impact resistance and geometries plus suggested workloads, feed rates and depths of cut.

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- Catalog highlights the three new chipbreaker ANSI Negative inserts for steels, stainless steels and cast irons that have been added to the ValTun turning system lineup

- A chart references the individual geometries and grades and correlates their design features with operational advantages

- Other charts show application/workpiece material ranges, chip control levels, impact resistance and geometries plus suggested workloads, feed rates and depths of cut

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