5/1/2010

CoroTurn HP Toolholder Features Coolant Jets

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CoroTurn HP from Sandvik Coromant combines the Coromant Capto toolholder with high-pressure coolant jets to deliver fluid at up to 80 bars at the exact point of cut when combined with a negative insert in turning centers, vertical turning lathes, and multi-task machines.

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CoroTurn HP from Sandvik Coromant (http://www.sandvik.coromant.com/US) is a system that combines the Coromant Capto toolholder with high-pressure coolant jets to deliver fluid at up to 80 bars at the exact point of cut when combined with a negative insert in turning centers, vertical turning lathes, and multi-task machines. The high-pressure jet produces a hydraulic wedge that lifts the chip of metal, thereby reducing the temperature and improving chip control. This allows faster cutting and longer tool life. The CoroTurn SL70 combines a new modular serration lock and oval blade with high-pressure coolant nozzles and is available for CoroCut, ceramic RCGX, and carbide RCMT.
 

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