(Image courtesy of Seco Tools.)
Cutting tool provider Seco Tools has introduced new -R3 and -RR93 insert geometries with an eye toward extreme turning applications. As part of the RCMX and RCMT range of turning inserts, the new geometries were designed with challenging applications in mind, such as turning railway car wheels.
The new inserts combine roughing and medium finishing chipbreakers with Seco’s Duratomic grade technology. According to Seco, the -RR93 chipbreaker boosts tool li…
Source URL: Getting Extreme Turning Applications Under Control
Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com