3/6/2008

Milling Tools

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Iscar is expanding it's Multi-Master line of tools that are designed to allow users to do a variety of milling operations in a single shank. An array of head geometries are currently available to perform ball nose, square shoulder, chamfering and slitting/slotting operations. The easily interchangeable carbide heads provide performance for all of these applications with the added advantage of reduced indexing time.

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Iscar is expanding it's Multi-Master line of tools that are designed to allow users to do a variety of milling operations in a single shank. An array of head geometries are currently available to perform ball nose, square shoulder, chamfering and slitting/slotting operations. The easily interchangeable carbide heads provide performance for all of these applications with the added advantage of reduced indexing time. This is possible because of the unique shank and head design of the Multi-Master. The heads can easily be changed without having to remove the tool from the machine. This helps reduce downtime and increase overall efficiency. The new additions to the line include a variety of solid carbide heads for milling, groove milling, drilling and thread milling.

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