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ITC Extends Composite Tooling Range

ITC Extends Composite Tooling Range

Added to MTDCNC by ITC LTD on 06 August 2015

Always listening to the demands of its customers, Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) has now extended its 2071 Cyber Series range of two flute end mills to incorporate a range of corner radius options.


The 2071 Cyber Series has long been a firm favorite among ITC customers in the aerospace, motorsport and automotive sectors with its ability to reliably machine abrasive materials such as graphite, glass & fibre composites and additional abrasive material types. However, ITC has now taken the reliability, consistency and tool life of the popular solid carbide range to a new level with the addition of corner radii to eliminate edge chipping and reduce wear characteristics under difficult machining conditions.


The centre cutting, diamond coated series has a particularly long length for machining cavities and complex geometries and with the additional corner radii, the 2071 Series enhances machining performance for the end user. Available in diameters of 6, 8, 10 and 12mm, the 2071 has an overall length of 100mm with a length of cut from 13 to 25mm and a reach from 20 to 40mm. By extending the line-up, ITC is giving customers the option of a 0.25, 0.5, 0.75, 1 and 2mm radius on each of the desired tool diameters. In addition, the 10 and 12mm diameter tools are also offered with a 3mm radius.


Commenting upon the added radius options to the 2071 Cyber Series, ITC's Managing Director Mr Peter Graves says: "We are always conscious of the needs of our customers and the evolution of new material technologies. To ensure we not only meet, but exceed our customers' expectations, our R&D team are always looking to develop the next generation of UK manufactured cutting tools whilst also enhancing existing product lines. We have extensively trialled the latest addition to the 2071 Series and the marketplace has been very receptive to the benefits it is delivering."


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