New Products - Turning/Grooving
New Chipbreaker types TDUF & TDV
New T•ClampUltra+ chipbreaker product line with two new chipbreaker types TDUF and TDV focused on specific workpiece materials.
The TDUF chipbreaker’s unique shape is specifically designed for the machining of chrome-nickel alloy steel, low carbon steel and offers exceptional performance when machining bearing steel. Performance wise, the new insert demonstrates excellent chip control in low feed cutting conditions during machining.
New CVD-Grade TT7025
New GoldLife+ TT7025 - the best grade for low speed and interrupted cutting of cast iron!
Ingersoll has been supplying both the TT7005 and TT7015 grades for cast iron machining with great success. Now, an additional grade – the TT7025 grade – has been introduced to widen the scope in order to focus on low speed and interrupted cast iron machining. The new grade has improved abrasion and chipping resistance because of the latest substrates and coatings ensuring excellent performance, stable and longer tool life in low speed and interrupted machining of cast iron.
Grades TT3010 & TT3020
MGS- & FGS- Chip breaker
The MGS chip breaker is a negative press type insert with a sharp cutting edge that reduces cutting resistance and heat generation during machining. Additionally, the insert’s high rake angle generates smooth chip evacuation while the insert’s wide top face means better insert seating, which promotes stability during operations.
The FGS chip breaker is a positive ground type insert. Its sharp cutting edge generates low cutting resistance while guaranteeing high precision machining. The chip breaker minimizes heat when machining heat resistant super alloys and the small dot located in the corner is effective for chip control. Furthermore, it is possible to finish machining without workpiece deformation even when processing thin workpieces.
Ingersoll is introducing a new line of vibration dampening boring bars intended for large L/D boring ratios. One of the most common turning applications is the boring of components, a function also known as internal turning. The most widespread tools used for this type of machining operation are boring bars. Ingersoll currently offers a wide range of steel and solid carbide bars that carry various insert geometries for different internal turning applications.
The TQC chip breaker’s unique shape has attracted the attention of customers and markets, and this range extension allows the very same performance and productivity to a wider range of workpieces and cutting conditions.
The 2 mm holders of T-BURST product line have been expanded due to the excellent performance and high productivity in grooving and parting of difficult-to-cut materials.
Ingersoll has released a brand new optimized line, the RhinoGroove, for parting and grooving machining. The RhinoGroove is an optimized insert with an overall reduced length developed for efficiency in shallow depth of cut parting and grooving machining.
The TT8080 grade has been expanded to cover positive turning inserts. The TT8080 grade characterized by excellent toughness and chipping resistance is suitable for a wide range of machining applications, especially on stainless steels and heat resistant alloys.
T•Burst holder for Swiss-turning application
The new T-Burst holder for swiss turning applications, as with the current T-Burst holder, applies high pressure coolant from dual holes directly between the metal chip and the insert’s rake face for optimum chip control, extended tool life as well as increased productivity through higher cutting speeds and feed rates.
T•Burst high pressure tools - now available with Ingersoll high pressure (IHP) tubeless system
the new Ingersoll-High-Pressure (IHP) tools are characterized especially by the tubeless coolant supply system. For all machine tools with VDI connection according to DIN 69880, high pressure holders can be used easily and quickly without any additional effort.
Gold•Flex double ended parting & grooving blades
Ingersoll Cutting Tools expands the successful GoldFlex line with double ended parting and grooving blades in sizes 26 and 32. At parting with support from sub spindles, at difficult contours with deep undercuts and of course for existing tooling systems, these stable grooving blades come into operation.