5/3/2018

Seco Expands Parting-Off Blades to Fit VDI Turrets

Originally titled 'Parting-Off Blades Fit Onto VDI Turrets'
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Seco’s 150.10‑Jeti parting-off blades and square-shank blocks include a VDI block design directly held by adapters onto the blades, offering streamlined delivery of high-pressure coolant to the cutting zone without the use of hoses.

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Seco Tools’ line of 150.10Jeti family of parting-off blades and square-shank blocks includes a VDI block design. Adapters hold the 150.10-JETI parting-off blades onto the VDI turret and offer streamlined delivery of high-pressure coolant to the cutting zone without the use of hoses.

These blades and adapters remove heat during parting-off operations. Coolant is delivered internally to the adapter through the turret and then reaches the cutting zone through the coolant holes in the blades. The transfer of coolant to the cutting edge is done by Seco’s Jetstream Tooling technology.

This expansion includes face mount adapters for VDI30, VDI40 and VDI50 turrets and star mount adapters for VDI25, VDI30 and VDI40 turrets. The adapters hold 20-mm and 25-mm HSS parting-off blades. The range is also compatible with MDT reinforced blades with internal coolant.

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