"Milling with Quatron indexable inserts"
Drilling and plunge milling with a single tool
The most striking feature of these universal tools is the fouredged Quatron indexable insert. For years it has been the compelling solution for drilling operations, remarkable not only for the number of its cutting edges, but above all for its rapid removal of high chip volumes - properties that are now replicated in the new KOMET® Quatron hi.feed milling cutters. In addition, the Quatron indexable inserts also have a radial cutting action, which affords a considerably higher degree of flexibility in plunge and pocket milling by comparison with two- or threeedged inserts.
Machinists who have to cut deep grooves or large cavities in their workpieces often opt for plunge milling due to the dimensions or cutting capacities of the tools or the performance of the spindle inside the machine. Rather than boring with the use of multiple boring tools, it is possible to achieve various diameters and complex contours in one roughing operation by milling with an axial and a horizontal feed. Another plus point is that, in the KOMET® Quatron hi.feed , the very same indexable inserts can be used for drilling as well as milling. The proven BK8425 coating delivers exceptional tool life. The tough substrate enables universal use of these screwable milling cutters for steel, cast iron and stainless materials.
KOMET GROUP GmbH
With its brands KOMET®, DIHART® and JEL®, the KOMET GROUP is a leading global manufacturer of precision tools for bore machining, reaming and threading. The group has been at the forefront of innovation in the sector for over 90 years - a tradition that began with the early indexable insert borers and continues today with their mechatronic tool systems. The company currently employs more than 1,600 staff in its 20 subsidiaries and is represented in around 50 countries.
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