ITC Jets Its New Innovations to Farnborough 2016
After an extremely successful start to 2016, Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) will be taking its latest range of cutting tool innovations to the Farnborough Airshow, as part of the Midlands Aerospace Alliance (MAA) stand.
As a prominent supplier to the aerospace industry, ITC will be promoting a plethora of products that have enjoyed significant success among aerospace OEMs and subcontract manufacturers alike. Many of these new products will be introduced to the aero sector at promotional prices on the MAA's 288sq/m communal Stand in Hall 1.
Aside from the extremely attractive promotional offers that will be unveiled at Farnborough, ITC will be drawing stand visitors attention to the new line of BIG KAISER milling and boring tools, precision toolholders and collets and the new line of Air Turbine Spindles. The BIG KAISER air-powered spindles that will be at Farnborough 2016 use compressed air to drive a turbine and develop much higher spindle speeds than a conventional machine spindle. An instant benefit is that the machine spindle doesn’t rotate when running a speeder, so it incurs no wear and tear. The largest turbine assembly in the new BIG KAISER RBX line has an effective diameter of just 75mm.
In addition to the BIG KAISER line-up, ITC will be drawing show visitors attention to the publication of the new Widia Master catalogue. Farnborough will be the first opportunity for ITC's dedicated aerospace customers to peruse through the 2000 page catalogue. The 2017 edition of the Widia Master catalogue will include information on all the latest products such as the VSM490 high performance indexable insert milling line and the new VariMill GP series of multi-purpose end mills to name a few.
These market leading brands are sold and supported in the UK by ITC's highly skilled technical engineering team that will be available at Farnborough to discuss all your tooling needs. As one of the UK's leading cutting tool manufacturers, the ITC team will be drawing customers' attention to the product lines manufactured in the UK by ITC. The Tamworth manufacturer has developed a raft of new products that will be lined up alongside enhancements to existing product lines.
Product extensions on show will include the addition of corner radius options to the 2071 Cyber Series range of two flute end mills, the addition of 1 and 2mm diameter cutters to the 4121 Cyber Series of end mills, the arrival of radii on the renowned three fluted 3091 Series of 3 flute aluminium tools and also the 2111 Cyber Series of PCD end mills that has literally 'taken-off' with aerospace customers. For further information on how to benefit from the extensive product portfolio and promotional offers, please pop by the MAA Stand in Hall one at Farnborough 2016.