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Two New Types of Boring Heads for Boring Performance

Two New Types of Boring Heads for Boring Performance

Added to MTDCNC by MTDCNC on 07 August 2012

Seco Tools (UK), the leading manufacturer and supplier of carbide cutting tools and tooling systems solutions, has launched two new types of boring heads with Seco-Capto couplings into the market. Both heads can be fitted directly on to machines with polygonal shank couplings (PSC), without the need for an adapter.

The Type 750 rough boring head has been designed to help manufacturers achieve the highest possible boring performance. Its innovative design provides high rigidity and unrivalled precision when opening out from cast, flame cut or drilled holes. (Symmetrical adjustment is easily achieved by the tool&rsquos gear-driven holder setting system).

With a wide range of geometries and grades available, Type 750 offers increased flexibility and can be used on all applications and materials. Furthermore owing to its through-coolant capability Type 750 improves chip evacuation and increases life by dissipating heat away from the cutting tool and work-piece.

The Type 780 fine boring head, now available, has been designed to guarantee the machining of precise geometrically accurate bores. By using its accurate and reliable micrometric setting system the Type 780 system ensures the machining of jobs that are &lsquoright first time&rsquo (however it will always be necessary to carry out test cuts and make adjustments.)

With a wide range of geometries, grades and holders for chamfering, it is possible to perform many different operations using the Type 780 boring head. The head&rsquos setting mechanism is precise and reliable, resulting in a hole diameter precision of IT5.


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