For any application, our turning tools control chips, tool life, and vibration. This makes sure you stay in control, maximize your machining time, and stay ahead of the competition.
With our cutting tools for parting and grooving, you get high productivity and long tool life, helping you deliver plenty of components out of the workshop door.
Our comprehensive range of threading tools will help you produce complex component features with ease. We offer a variety of tools suited to different components, thread profiles, and pitches for both external and internal threads. For productive, high-quality threading, you’ve come to the right place
Whether you are milling flat surfaces, shoulders, slots, gears, or complex 3D shapes, you will find the milling cutter you need here. Our efficient milling tools will give you a competitive edge and help you stay productive.
Drilling is a critical operation carried out late in the production cycle when the component value is already high. It can therefore make or break your productivity and profitability. Investing in drilling is an easy way to improve your bottom line. Here you can find drilling tools and solutions to help you achieve excellent hole results for a variety of machining conditions, materials, and application types.
Boring is a machining process for enlarging or finishing an existing hole. When fine boring, achieving excellent surface finish, and close tolerances are the main goal. Reaming is a finishing operation performed with a multi-edge tool giving high-precision holes with great surface finish, superb hole quality, and close dimensional tolerances. Scroll down to find a selection of tools that are available in a wide diameter range for rough and fine boring as well as reaming.
The solid round tools' range covers all application types within the areas of solid carbide drilling, milling, HSS tapping, reaming, and threading. Each solid round tool is designed to fulfill the demands of high quality, precision, and maximum productivity, enabling you to get the most out of your machining process.
Regardless of component size, material or design, the carbide insert grade you use can make all the difference in your manufacturing productivity. Selecting the right insert grade for your specific machining operation helps you stay ahead of the competition.