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  • F 2

    HEAVY MACHINING

    F 02 2-04-17 18.10 Sida F 2

  • F 3

    Bar peelingIntroduction

    Inserts

    Holders

    Spare parts

    Technical information

    Railway wheel re-turningIntroduction

    Inserts

    Holders

    Spare parts

    Technical information

    Heavy turningIntroduction

    Inserts

    Cutting data recommendations

    Spare parts for HD cassettes

    Technical information

    F 4

    F 5

    F 9

    F 10

    F 11

    F 12

    F 13

    F 15

    F 16

    F 28

    T a b l e o f c o n t e n t s

    HEAVY MACHINING

    F 25

    F 26

    F 28

    F 29

    F 30

    F

    F 03-F 11 2002-03-13 17.27 Sida F 3

  • F 4

    HEAVY MACHINING Heavy Turning

    T-Max P inserts comply with ISO standards and have a negativebasic shape which gives them very strong cutting edges. We alsooffer a positive round insert RCMT to be used in our T-Max Pholders.

    To effectively meet the requirements in costly heavy opera-tions, use T-Max P inserts in rigid Coromant Capto and shankholders.

    Sandvik engineered insertsIn addition to our extensive standard programme we can alsooffer a wide range of engineered inserts.

    These inserts are not available from stock and have to bequoted for price and delivery. Delivery time is about 4 to 6weeks after order.

    For quotation please contact your Sandvik Coromant repre-sentative.

    Heavy machiningCoromants T-Max P system is mainly used for external turn-ing operations, from roughing to finishing. The total insertsprogramme is presented in the General Turning chapterwhere also these big size inserts are included.

    F

    F 01-F 11 2-03-06 16.09 Sida F 4

  • NMP K

    4015

    4025

    4035

    1025

    2015

    2025

    2035

    235

    3005

    3015

    3025

    H13

    AH

    13A

    Coromant grades

    For dimensions,see code key

    on page

    PR

    For ISO application areas, see bottom of the page.For grade descriptions, see chapter K.

    Ordering example: 10 pieces CNMG 25 09 24-PR 4025

    MP K

    Rhombic 80

    Negative inserts - T-MAX P

    ISO

    CNMG 25 09 24-PR

    P15

    P25

    P35

    M15

    M15

    M25

    M35

    M35

    K10

    K10

    K20

    K20

    N20

    RO

    UG

    HIN

    G

    4015

    4025

    4035

    1025

    2015

    2025

    2035

    235

    3005

    3015

    3025

    H13

    A

    P-LineFor light roughing of steel.

    First choice for heavyroughing.Single sided insert.

    HR

    CNMM 25 09 24-HR 25 09 32-HR

    RCMT 25 07 M02) 32 09 M02)

    Round

    Round insert formedium machining.

    ISO

    RCMX 25 07 00 32 09 00

    Positive

    For finishing toroughing. Single sided.

    RNMG 25 09 00

    For finishing to roughing.

    RO

    UG

    HIN

    G

    P15

    P25

    P35

    M15

    M15

    M25

    M35

    M35

    K10

    K10

    K20

    K20

    Coromant grades

    For ISO application areas, see bottom of the page.For grade descriptions, see chapter K.

    Negative inserts - T-MAX P

    GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC

    GC = Coated carbide (ISO = HC) = Uncoated cemented carbide (ISO = HW)

    GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC

    GC = Coated carbide (ISO = HC) = Uncoated cemented carbide (ISO = HW)

    Positive

    RCMT RCMX RNMG

    A 10.

    For dimensions,see code key

    on page A 10.

    F 5

    Heavy turning HEAVY MACHINING

    = First choice

    A 96-A 97 F 9 A 233

    Tool holders Cutting data Technical information

    F

    CNMM 25 09 24-MR 25 09 24-MR

    First choice for roughing ofstainless steel.Single sided insert.

    F 01-F 11 2-03-06 16.10 Sida F 5

  • F 6

    HEAVY MACHINING Heavy Turning

    Coromant grades

    For ISO application areas, see bottom of the page.For grade descriptions, see chapter K.

    MP K

    Square

    Negative inserts - T-MAX P

    ISO

    SNMG 25 07 16-PR 25 07 24-PR 25 09 24-PR

    RO

    UG

    HIN

    G

    5015

    4015

    4025

    4035

    1025

    2015

    2025

    2035

    235

    3005

    3015

    3025

    H13

    A

    SNMA 25 07 24-KR

    P05

    P15

    P25

    P35

    M15

    M15

    M25

    M35

    M35

    K10

    K10

    K20

    K20

    PRP-LineFor light roughing ofsteel.

    KRFirst choice for castiron roughing.

    HR

    SNMM 25 07 24-HR 25 07 32-HR 25 09 24-HR 25 09 32-HR First choice for heavy

    roughing.Single sided insert.

    SNMM 25 07 16 25 07 24

    For heavy duty machining.Single sided insert.

    SNMM 25 07 24-MR 25 07 32-MR 25 09 24-MR 25 09 32-MR

    First choice for roughing of stain-less steel. Single sided

    For heavy roughing.Single sided insert.

    SNMM 25 07 24-31 25 07 32-31

    -31

    -MR

    GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC

    GC = Coated carbide (ISO = HC) = Uncoated cemented carbide (ISO = HW)

    Ordering example: 10 pieces SNMG 25 07 16-PR 4025

    For dimensions,see code key

    on page A 10.

    = First choice

    A 96-A 97 F 9 A 233

    Tool holders Cutting data Technical information

    F

    F 01-F 11 2-03-06 16.10 Sida F 6

  • PRP-LineFor light roughing ofsteel.

    KRK-LineFirst choice for castiron roughing.

    HRFirst choice for heavyroughing.Single sided insert.

    QMFor semifinishing medium to light roughing in mixed production.

    QRRoughing in mixedproduction.Single sided insert.

    Insert for heavy dutymachining.Single sided.

    Coromant grades

    MP K

    Triangular

    Negative inserts - T-MAX P

    ISO

    TNMG 27 06 08-PR 27 06 12-PR 27 06 16-PR 33 07 16-PR 33 09 24-PR

    RO

    UG

    HIN

    G

    5015

    4015

    4025

    4035

    1025

    2015

    2025

    2035

    235

    3005

    3015

    3025

    H13

    A

    TNMA 27 06 16-KR

    P05

    P15

    P25

    P35

    M15

    M15

    M25

    M35

    M35

    K10

    K10

    K20

    K20

    TNMM 27 06 16-HR 27 06 24-HR

    TNMM 27 06 12-QR 27 06 16-QR 27 06 24-QR

    TNMG 27 06 08-QM 27 06 12-QM

    TNMM 27 06 16 27 06 24 27 06 32

    GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC

    Ordering example: 10 pieces TNMG 27 06 08-PR 4025

    For dimensions,see code key

    on page A 10.

    F 7

    Heavy turning HEAVY MACHINING

    = First choice

    A 96-A 97 F 9 A 233

    Tool holders Cutting data Technical information

    GC = Coated carbide (ISO = HC) = Uncoated cemented carbide (ISO = HW)

    For ISO application areas, see bottom of the page.For grade descriptions, see chapter K.

    F

    TNMM 27 06 12-MR 27 06 16-MR 27 06 24-MR

    TNMG 27 06 08-MR 27 06 12-MR 27 06 16-MR

    First choice for roughing ofstainless steel.Single sided insert.

    Dedicated MR-geometryfor roughing

    F 01-F 11 2-03-06 16.10 Sida F 7

  • F 8

    HEAVY MACHINING Heavy Turning

    r

    iW

    l

    sLNUN/LNURCCMT CNMM

    Heavy machining Coromant grades

    P M K

    Roughing

    iC d1 l iW s r

    S-CCMT 38 09 32-R1 38,10 9,12 9,52 3,16 S-CNMM 25 09 24-R1 25,40 9,12 9,52 2,38

    S-LNUN 38 12 32-R1 38,10 19,05 12,70 3,20 S-LNUR 38 12 32-R1 38,10 19,05 12,70 3,20

    S-RCMT 25 07 M0-R1 25,00 7,60 7,94 S-RCMX 32 09 M0-R1 32,00 9,70 9,52

    S-SCMT 25 09 24-R1 25,40 9,12 9,52 2,38 S-SCMT 38 09 32-R1 38,10 9,12 9,52 3,16 S-SNMM 25 07 24-R1 25,40 9,12 7,94 2,38 S-SNMT 25 09 24-R1 25,40 9,12 9,52 2,38 S-SNMM 25 09 24-R1 25,40 9,12 9,52 2,38 S-SNMM 25 09 24-R2 25,40 9,12 9,52 2,38 S-SNMM 25 09 24-R3 25,40 9,12 9,52 2,38 S-SNMX 32 09 24-R1 31,75 8,75 9,52 2,38

    S-TNMH 44 11 32-HR 25,40 9,19 43,99 11,13 3,18

    Dimensions, mm

    Corresponds to existingstandard geometry

    Engineered inserts F = FinishingM = MediumR = Roughing

    Chipbreakerversion

    Code key(ISO or Coromant code)

    SCMT SNMTSNMX

    SNMMRCMT/RCMX

    S-TNMH

    SNMM 25 09 24S MM

    R1

    To order, please contact your Sandvik representative.

    4015

    4025

    4035

    2015

    2025

    2035

    3005

    3015

    S-CCMT

    S-LNUN

    S-RCMT

    S-SCMT

    S-SNMT S-SNMM

    S-SNMM 25 07

    S-RCMX

    S-LNUR

    S-CNMM

    TO BE

    QUOTED

    S-SNMX

    S-TNMH

    Engineered inserts

    F

    F 01-F 11 2-03-06 16.10 Sida F 8

  • 1500 1251600 1501700 180250

    1600 1252001800 2002752100 2203252250 325450

    1350 1501550 1502501800 160200

    1800 1502701950 1502201600 200

    3400 59 HRC2050 400

    850 1101451750 200250

    600 1801150 260

    850 1601400 250

    500 60

    900 90

    P

    CMCNo.

    Material HardnessBrinellHB

    Feed fn, mm/r

    Cutting speed vc, m/min

    Non-alloy carbon steelC=0,15%C=0,35%C=0,70%

    Alloy steelAnnealedHardened and temperedHardened and temperedHardened and tempered

    Steel castingsNon-alloyLow-alloyHigh-alloy

    Stainless steelBars, forged, non-hardenedBars, forged austeniticCast ferritic/martensitic

    Malleable cast ironFerriticPearlitic

    Grey cast ironLow tensileHigh tensile

    Nodular SG ironFerriticPearlitic

    Extra hard steel1)2)3)

    Chilled cast iron2)

    ISO

    1)Negative rake should be used.2)75 entering angle and feed rate of 0,51 mm/r may often be used.3)Negative primary land may be necessary.

    Specificcuttingforce kc0,4

    CMCNo.

    Material HardnessBrinellHB

    Feed fn, mm/r

    Cutting speed vc, m/min

    ISO Specificcuttingforce kc0,4

    CMCNo.

    Material HardnessBrinellHB

    Feed fn, mm/r

    Cutting speed vc, m/min

    ISO Specificcuttingforce kc0,4

    Nominal cutting speed and feed values

    M

    K

    0,7 1,8

    0,6 1,5

    0,5 2,0

    Insert grades:

    Toug

    hnes

    s

    ISOANSI

    P

    01

    10

    20

    30

    40

    50

    C8

    C7

    C6

    C5

    ISO

    M

    10

    20

    30

    40

    GC235

    ISOANSI

    K

    01

    10

    20

    30

    C4

    C3

    C2

    C1

    GC4025

    GC4015

    GC4035

    GC3005

    GC3015

    GC3025

    H10A

    H13A

    01.101.201.4

    02.102.202.202.2

    06.106.206.3

    05.1105.2115.11/15.12

    0410

    07.107.2

    08.108.2

    09.109.2

    120 30

    120 30

    120 30

    100 15

    50 15

    100 50

    100 50

    100 50

    ISOANSI

    N

    01

    10

    20

    30

    C4

    C3

    C2

    C1

    GC3005 GC3015

    GC3025

    ISOANSI

    S

    01

    10

    20

    30

    C4

    C3

    C2

    C1

    GC3005

    GC3015

    GC3025

    N 100 50Aluminium alloysWrought or wrought and coldworked,non-agingCast non-aging

    30.11

    30.21

    Wea

    r re

    cist

    anse

    Toug

    hnes

    sW

    ear

    reci

    stan

    se

    Toug

    hnes

    sW

    ear

    reci

    stan

    se

    Toug

    hnes

    sW

    ear

    reci

    stan

    se

    Toug

    hnes

    sW

    ear

    reci

    stan

    se

    F 9

    Heavy turning HEAVY MACHINING

    S Heat resistant alloysTitanium alloys2023

    F

    F 01-F 11 2-03-06 16.10 Sida F 9

  • F 10

    HEAVY MACHINING Heavy Turning

    Ordering example: 10 pieces 5323 020-011

    Shim with pin(R) (L)

    Screw Screw Key (mm)

    1 2 3 4

    Delivered with the tool

    Standard parts

    HD tools with T-MAX P clamp block R/L 175.33

    1

    2

    4

    3

    KA40 150.22-830 150.22-835 150.22-864KA80 150.22-831 3212 010-412 150.22-836 3212 010-257 150.22-865 150.22-867-1KA120 150.22-832 150.22-837 150.22-866

    13

    2

    1

    14

    16

    4

    6

    10

    5

    3

    12

    7 9

    11

    15

    8

    14

    Delivered with the tool

    Standard parts

    Angle plate

    Screw

    Cassette size

    Wedge Screw Nut Screw

    Spring

    Cassette size

    ScrewStopPin Spring

    Cassette size

    Key(mm)

    Key(mm)

    Key(mm)

    Screw

    1 2 3 4 5 6

    13 14 15 16

    Tools with cassette for HD turning

    Key(mm)

    7 8 9 10 11 12

    KA40 150.22-840KA80 3214 010-560 150.22-870 3111 020-725 150.22-841 430.21-820 430.21-821KA120 150.22-842

    KA40KA80 3021 010-060 174.1-864 3021 010-080 3021 010-140KA120 (6,0) (3,0) (8,0) (14,0)

    38 5323 020-011 5323 020-012 3212 010-361 3212 010-359 3021 010-050 (5,0)

    F

    F 01-F 11 2-03-06 16.10 Sida F 10

  • HR

    fn

    ap

    20

    10ap = 318 mmfn = 0,51,4 mm/r

    Application area:SNMM 250924-HR

    Feed, mm/r

    Cutting depth, mm

    PR

    ap = 2,510 mmfn = 0,40,9 mm/r

    Application area:SNMG 250924-PR

    fn

    fn

    Cutting depth, mm

    Feed, mm/r

    ap

    10

    5

    1,00,5

    KRap20

    10

    1,00,5

    ap = 117 mmfn = 0,21,0 mm/r

    Application area:SNMA 250724-KR

    Cutting depth, mm

    Feed, mm/r

    QM

    ap = 17 mmfn = 0,20,65 mm/r

    Application area:TNMG 270612-QM

    fn

    Cutting depth, mm

    Feed, mm/r

    ap

    10

    5

    1,00,5

    RCMT/RCMX

    ap = 110 mmfn = 0,42,0 mm/r

    Application area: RCMT 2507M0

    fn

    Cutting depth, mm

    Feed, mm/r

    ap

    10

    5

    1,0 2,0

    ap = 1,510 mmfn = 0,30,7 mm/r

    Application area:TNMM 270612-QR

    fn

    Cutting depth, mm

    Feed, mm/r

    ap

    10

    5

    1,00,5

    Single sided inserts forroughing

    Single sided inserts forroughing

    Double sided inserts forsemi-finishing and medium machining

    Positive round inserts for profiling

    Double sided insertsfor light roughing

    Double sided insertsfor roughing in castiron

    0,5 1,0 1,5

    QR

    Basic insert geometries for roughing operations

    MP K N S

    MP

    MPMP

    P

    K

    F 11

    Heavy turning HEAVY MACHINING

    F

    F 01-F 11 2-03-06 16.10 Sida F 11

  • F 12

    HEAVY MACHINING Bar peeling

    Bar peeling is a method which is used to remove oxide scale,mill scale, surface cracks, etc. from hot-rolled and forged blanks.The size of blank can vary from 4 mm to over 400 mm in diame-ter. Bar peeling is also applied to thick walled tubes.

    The most common materials which are peeled are carbonsteel, spring steel and stainless steels. Bar peeling is also applied to other materials, such as high-temperature steel, titanium, aluminium and uranium.

    Application areas vary, but bar peeled blanks are often usedas an intermediate stage in the production of products which areto be processed further. Examples of these are extrusion blanks for tube manufacturing and axle componentsfor the automobile industry.

    Compared with conventional turning, bar peeling is amethod of machining which provides high productivity andlow production costs due to the shorter throughput times. Thesurface quality and dimensional tolerances are also high, whichin turn leads to less machining at succeeding stages.

    Bar peelingF

    F 12 -24 2-03-06 16.20 Sida F 12

  • F 13

    Bar peeling HEAVY MACHINING

    TNMX 11 06-2TNMX 24 07-1TNMT 330931-PFTNMX 330932-PFTNMX 330931-MF

    TNMX 491051-MF TNMT 440901-PRTNMX 440901-MR

    WNMT 150931-PMWNMX 150931-MM

    RNMX 381200-MRRNMX 5018M0-MR

    WNMX 211251-MMTNMX 15 09-2

    FIN

    ISH

    ING

    MED

    IUM

    RO

    UG

    HIN

    G

    Basic geometries Coromant grades

    4015

    4025

    4035

    2015

    2025

    2035

    2135

    235

    3005

    3015

    Ordering code

    iC d1 l s ap

    Ordering example: 10 pieces TNMX 11 06-2 40251) Now with support chamfer eliminating vibrations giving increased tool life.2) Double sided insert, can be used in the same tip seat as WNMT(X)-15.

    Dimensions, mm

    Finishing and medium inserts have support chamfer,for example:

    3 = 3 and 5 = 5.

    3 angle of support chamfer.

    WNMX15 09 31-MMChipbreaker version

    Single sided Double sided Single sided

    Double sided

    Single sided

    Single sided

    Max

    P M K

    Double sided

    190.1- 38 12 00RNMG 25 09 00

    = First choice

    F 15 F 19

    Tool holders Cutting data

    11 TNMX 11 06-2 15,875 6,335 8,0 6,35 2,0 24 TNMX 24 07-1 19,05 7,93 22,0 7,94 1,2

    PF 33 TNMT 33 09 31-PF 19,05 7,93 21,0 9,52 1,3

    PF 33 TNMX 33 09 32-PF 19,05 7,93 21,0 9,52 1,3 MF 33 09 31-MF 19,05 7,93 21,0 9,52 1,3

    MF 49 TNMX 49 10 51-MF 28,575 7,93 21,0 10,0 2,5

    PM 15 WNMT15 09 31-PM 22,225 7,93 13,0 9,52 3,0 MM 15 WNMX15 09 31-MM 22,225 7,93 13,0 9,52 3,0

    15 TNMX 15 09-21)2) 22,225 7,93 13,0 9,52 3,0

    MM 21 WNMX 21 12 51-MM 31,75 9,12 15,0 12,7 5,0

    MR 44 TNMX 44 09 01-MR 25,4 12,7 - 9,52 5,0 PR 44 TNMT 44 09 01-PR 25,4 7,93 - 9,52 5,0

    MR 38 RNMX 38 12 00-MR 38,1 12,8 - 12,0 8,0 50 RNMX 50 18 M0-MR 50,8 12,8 - 18,0 12,0

    38 190.1- 38 12 00 38,1 12,7 - 12,7 8,0 25 RNMG25 09 00 25,4 9,119 - 9,55 25,0

    GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC GC

    For grade descriptions, see chapter K.

    GC = Coated carbide (ISO = HC)

    F

    F 12 -24 2-05-17 08.05 Sida F 13

  • F 14

    HEAVY MACHINING Bar peeling

    F

    TNMX WNGXLNGF

    Bar peeling Coromant grades

    P M K

    4015

    4025

    4035

    4040

    2015

    2025

    235

    2135

    3005

    3015

    iC d1 l iW s ap

    To order, please contact your Sandvik representative.

    S-LNGF 30 08 51-F1 30,5 12,0 8,0 1,3 S-LNGF 40 10 51-F1 40,0 20,0 10,0 2,5 S-LNGF 40 12 51-F1 40,0 20,0 12,0 2,5

    S-TNMX 49 10 61-MF 28,575 7,93 21,0 10,0 2,5 TNMX 15 09-2 22,225 7,93 13,0 9,52 3,0 TNMX 15 09-2 MOD 22,225 7,93 13,0 9,52 3,0 S-TNMX 33 09 31-F1 19,05 7,93 21,0 9,52 1,3 S-TNMX 33 09 31-F2 19,05 7,93 21,0 9,52 1,3

    S-TNMX 06 03 11) 9,525 3,81 5,0 3,18 1,3

    S-WNGX 15 09 31-MM 22,225 7,93 13 9,525 3,0 S-WNGX 15 09 31-M1 22,225 7,93 13 9,525 3,0

    S-WNGF 21 13 51-MM 31,75 15 13,0 5,0 S-WNGF 21 13 51-M1 31,75 15 13,0 5,0

    WNMF 96 28,58 14,78 8.885 6,6

    S-RCMT 25 07 M0-R1) 25,0 7,6 7,94

    S-RNMX 38 12 00-MR 38,1 12,8 12,0 8,0

    Dimensions, mm

    Corresponds to existing standard geometry

    Engineered inserts F = Finishing

    M = Medium

    R = Roughing

    Chipbreakerversion

    Code key(ISO or Coromant code)

    WNGF

    RCMT

    Max

    LNGF 30 08 51S MM

    F1

    S-LNGF 30

    S-WNGX

    S-TNMX

    S-RCMT

    S-WNGF

    S-LNGF 40

    TO BE

    QUOTED

    d1

    s

    15

    60

    iC

    1) Only for lever clamping

    FIN

    ISH

    ING

    MED

    IUM

    RO

    UG

    HIN

    G

    Engineered inserts

    Ordering code

    WNMF

    F 12 -24 2002-03-13 16.55 Sida F 14

  • h1 b2 l1

    L190.1-K075J008-W15 820 24,5 42,5 3 3 5331 050-04 106,61932 24,5 42,5 3 3 -03 100,6-K075J031-W15 3144 24,5 42,5 3 3 5331 050-04 94,6

    4356 24,5 42,5 3 3 -03 88,6

    -K075J055-W15 5568 24,5 42,5 3 3 5331 050-04 82,66780 24,5 42,5 3 3 -03 76,6

    L190.1-K075J008-T33 820 24,5 40 3 1,3 5331 050-04 106,61932 24,5 40 3 1,3 -03 100,6

    -K075J031-T33 3144 24,5 40 3 1,3 5331 050-04 94,64356 24,5 40 3 1,3 -03 88,6

    -K075J055-T33 5568 24,5 40 3 1,3 5331 050-04 82,66780 24,5 40 3 1,3 -03 76,6

    L190.1-K075L008-T49 820 24,5 43 5 2,5 5331 050-04 106,61932 24,5 43 5 2,5 -03 100,6

    -K075L031-T49 3144 24,5 43 5 2,5 5331 050-04 94,64356 24,5 43 5 2,5 -03 88,6

    -K075L055-T49 5568 24,5 43 5 2,5 5331 050-04 82,66780 24,5 43 5 2,5 -03 76,6

    L190.1-K080J008-W15 820 34 42,5 3 3 5331 050-02 106,61932 34 42,5 3 3 -01 100,6

    -K080J031-W15 3144 34 42,5 3 3 5331 050-02 94,64356 34 42,5 3 3 -01 88,6

    -K080J055-W15 5568 34 42,5 3 3 5331 050-02 82,66780 34 42,5 3 3 -01 76,6

    L190.1-K080J008-T33 820 34 40 3 1,3 5331 050-02 106,61932 34 40 3 1,3 -01 100,6

    -K080J031-T33 3144 34 40 3 1,3 5331 050-02 94,64356 34 40 3 1,3 -01 88,6

    -K080J055-T33 5568 34 40 3 1,3 5331 050-02 82,66780 34 40 3 1,3 -01 76,6

    L190.1-K080L008-T49 820 34 43 5 2,5 5331 050-02 106,61932 34 43 5 2,5 -01 100,6

    -K080L031-T49 3144 34 43 5 2,5 5331 050-02 94,64356 34 43 5 2,5 -01 88,6

    -K080L055-T49 5568 34 43 5 2,5 5331 050-02 82,66780 34 43 5 2,5 -01 76,6

    Precision bar peeling holders

    Ordering example: 4 pieces L190.1-K075J008-T15Ordering example: 4 pieces 5331 050-04

    h1

    Dimensions, mm Adjustable stopTo be ordered separately

    Ordering code

    Ordering code

    Bar. diameter,mm

    Max ap

    W15 T33 T49

    Example T33 = TNMX 33 09 31-PF

    Adjustment range 0,5 mm

    Adjustable stop, must be ordered separately,see below.

    All toolholders can be adjusted to the same length by using an adjustable stop.1 holder + 2 adjustable stops cover 2 dimension areas in the machine.Other types of toolholders can be ordered as special.

    Suitable for Kieserling machine typesWDH..75, WDH..80 and 35

    F 19

    Technical information

    F 16

    Spare parts

    WDH..75

    WDH..80 and 35

    Insert type Insert typeInsert type

    Inserts

    F 13

    F 15

    Bar peeling HEAVY MACHINING

    l1

    b2

    apapap

    F

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    F

    Ordering example: 10 pieces 5332 055-01

    Spare parts for precision bar peeling holders

    1

    2

    2

    45 6 7 8

    3

    9

    10

    12

    Adjustable stop

    11

    Adjustmentscrew

    Adjustable stop Spring

    L190.1-Kxxxxxxx-W15 5332 055-01 3214 010-355 265.2-817 3212 010-361 5331 050-XX 5561 001-48L190.1-Kxxxxxxx-T33 5332 055-01 3214 010-355 265.2-817 3212 010-361 5331 050-XX 5561 001-48L190.1-Kxxxxxxx-T49 5332 055-01 3214 010-355 265.2-817 3212 010-361 5331 050-XX 5561 001-48

    Wedge Key (mm)

    Inserts screwShim

    Key (Torx)

    Key (Torx)

    Locking screw

    1 2 3 4 5 6

    7 8 9 10 11 12

    Washer Key

    L190.1-Kxxxxxxx-W15 3411 011-064 3021 010-050 5322 333-03 5513 021-02 5680 048-05 (25IP) 5680 046-07 (25IP)L190.1-Kxxxxxxx-T33 3411 011-064 3021 010-050 5322 338-02 5513 021-02 5680 048-05 (25IP) 5680 046-07 (25IP)L190.1-Kxxxxxxx-T49 3411 011-064 3021 010-050 5322 354-01 5513 021-06 5680 048-05 (25IP) 5680 046-07 (25IP)

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  • TNMT 330931-PF 5322 338-02 5513 021-02 5680 048-05 (25IP)330931-MF 5322 338-02 5513 021-02 5680 048-05 (25IP)491051-MF 5322 354-01 5513 021-06 5680 048-05 (25IP)

    WNMT150931-PM 5322 333-03 5513 021-02 5680 048-05 (25IP)WNMX150931-MM 5322 333-03 5513 021-02 5680 048-05 (25IP)

    211251-MM 5322 352-01 5513 023-01 3021 010-050 (5,0)TNMT 440901-PR 5322 345-01 5513 021-02 5680 048-05 (25IP)TNMX 440901-MR 5322 345-01 5513 021-02 5680 048-05 (25IP)RNMX 381200-MR 190.1-850 5513 019-01 3021 010-060 (6,0)

    5018M0-MR 5322 120-09 3213 010-463 3021 010-060 (6,0)

    TNMX 11 06-2 5322 333-01 5513 021-01 5680 043-15 (25IP)15 09-2 5322 333-03 5513 021-02 5680 043-15 (25IP)24 07-1 5322 338-01 5513 021-02 5680 043-15 (25IP)

    190.1- 38 12 00 190.1-850 3213 010-462 3021 010-060 (6,0)RNMG 25 09 00 5322 120-08 5513 021-03 5680 043-17 (30IP)

    TNMX 06 03-1 174.3-845-1 174.3-829 174.1-870 (1,98)179.3-840 174.3-863 174.3-870 174.3-840M 174.3-820 174.1-863 (2,5)

    TNMX 11 06-2 179.3-841 174.3-864 174.3-872 174.3-843M 174.3-821 174.1-864 (3,0)15 09-2 179.3-842 174.3-866 174.3-872 174.3-842M 174.3-822M 3021 010-040 (4,0)24 07-1 179.3-843 174.3-866 174.3-872 174.3-842M 174.3-822M 3021 010-040 (4,0)

    RNMG 25 09 00 176.3-853M 174.3-865 174.3-874 174.3-844M 174.3-827 5680 043-17 (31IP)

    Screw clamping tools

    Screw clamping tools

    Spare parts for machine related holders

    Lever clamping tools

    1

    4

    5

    6

    2

    3

    Inserts screw

    1

    2

    Standard parts

    Delivered with the tool

    1 2 3

    3

    Key (Torx Plus)

    Shim

    Insert

    Lever clamping tools

    Shim pin

    Standard parts

    Delivered with the tool

    1 2 3 4 5 6

    Lever Clamping screw Key (mm)PunchShim

    Insert

    Ordering example: 10 pieces 5322 338-02

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    HEAVY MACHINING Bar peeling

    Examples of machine related holders:

    Farmer Norton Kieserling Daisho

    CalowHetran

    Bar peeling holders can be supplied to special order to suitthe machines of individual machine tool manufacturers. Andin order to improve handling, adjustable holders and cas-settes are also available. In this way the surface finish anddimensional tolerances are improved and higher cuttingdata can be used. When turning wire (1040 mm diameter),dimensional tolerances of between h10h8 are common andthe surface finish has an Ra value of 1 m. It has been foundfrom experience that adjustable holders and cassettes aremost suitable for turning bars and wires of less than 150 mmin diameter.

    The setting of the adjustable holder is done by displacingan internal wedge in the holder with the aid of twoadjustable screws. This enables the holders to be set radialvery accurately. It is important that the dimension betweenholders is as accurate as possible.

    This enables the feed speed to be increased while main-taining quality.

    Precision is high and a tolerance of 0.01 mm can beobtained. When the length l1 has been set (the whole settingarea is 0.5 mm) the adjustable stop is locked in positionwith the locking screw.

    Bar peeling holders

    F

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  • Bar direction

    -MF

    -PF

    Bar direction

    -MM

    -PM

    Bar direction

    -MR-PR

    -MM-PM

    Example of cutting conditions

    Max ap = 1,3 mmBar dia. = 25 mmCMC 01.2fn = 25 mm/rvc = 125 m/min Pc = 41 kW

    Max ap = 3 mmBar dia. = 80 mmCMC 02.1fn = 15 mm/rvc = 125 m/min Pc = 69 kW

    Rec. ap = 3,5 + 1,5 = 5 mmBar dia. = 170 mmCMC 05.5fn = 12 mm/rvc = 50 m/min Pc = 56 kW

    When planning to invest in a new bar peeling lathe, it is ne-cessary to take into account the maximum stock removal,the demands that will be made on surface finish anddimensional tolerances, and how much capacity you want tohave in reserve in order to be able to increase productivity inthe future.

    The following formula for calculating the power output inthe machine can be a great asset in determining how manycutting edges the machine can be equipped with.

    Formula for calculating power:(vc x ap x fn x kc0,4) (0,4)0,29 (kW)

    It has to be taken into account that the cutting depth (ap)is the total radial cutting depth. That is, if a holder containsboth a roughing insert and a finishing insert, then the cuttingdepth of the roughing insert and finishing insert is addedtogether. The feed is calculated in accordance with the sur-face requirements of the finishing insert, i.e. feed (fn). Thepower which is then calculated applies for just one of themachines holders. If the machine is equipped with fourholders, the power output required will be four times greater.By calculating the power output in this way the margin oferror will only be 10%.

    Cutting depthInsert geometries are developed for optimal chipbreakingwithin a specific field of materials and cutting depth interval.When choosing a cutting depth, a rule of thumb is that a cut-ting depth should be chosen in the centre of the range forwhich the geometry has been developed. In this way boththe most favourable chipbreaking and the most suitable dis-tribution of cutting forces are obtained. When using a rough-ing insert in combination with a finishing insert, it is recom-mended that the finishing insert should have a radial cuttingdepth of 0,21,3 mm.

    Bar peeling lathe

    60 000 fnxPc=

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    HEAVY MACHINING Bar peeling

    F

    3 angle of support chamfer.

    WNMX 15 09 31 -MMChipbreaker version

    Finishing and medium inserts have supportchamfer, for example:0 = 0, 3 = 3 and 5 = 5.

    Support chamferSupport chamfers are ground in two versions, 3 and 5. The insert is inclined in the holder at the same angle.

    FeedThe feed has a direct bearing on productivity. Therefore it isimportant to know how high a feed the bar peeling lathe cancope with in routine production. If the power is known then,with the help of the known maximum cutting depth, the feedspeed can be calculated.

    To obtain high quality surface finish to the bar, the finish-ing insert has a surface generating cutting edge. The clear-ance side of this edge is ground to form a support chamferwhich runs parallel with the surface of the bar and stabilizesthe cutting process. A long, surface-generating cutting edgeoffers a high bar feed which provides increased productionand good machining economy.

    When a high level of surface finish is required, the feedper revolution (fn) should not exceed the surface-generatingcutting edge of the insert. When a combination of roughinginsert and finishing insert is used, it is the finishing insertthat governs which feed can be used.

    Double sided insertsDouble sided inserts are ground to 3 support chamfer.

    Single sided insertsA single sided insert has the advantagethat the geometry can be optimized toprovide the best chipbreaking. In addi-tion, the insert must also be firmly fixed inthe tip seat. Single sided inserts, with aflat base, provide stability in the tip seat.

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  • The relationship between cutting depth and feed for forged and rolled materials respectively.

    Rolled

    Cutting depth, mmap

    Feed, mm/rfn

    Forgings

    12

    11

    10

    9

    8

    7

    6

    5

    4

    3

    2

    1

    00 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40

    Choosing insertsWhen choosing an insert for an operation, there are a largenumber of options to choose from and it is important to takethe following points into account to determine which insertsare best suited to the operation: material composition, hard-ness, size, cutting depth and surface quality of the finished bar.

    MaterialThe material has a considerable effect on the choice ofinsert geometry and grade.

    There are specially developed geometries and grades forcarbon steel and stainless steels. Geometries and gradesshould primarily be chosen according to the respectivegroup of materials, but consideration should also be given tothe great variations in material composition. It may, there-fore, be necessary to deviate from the recommendations.

    Just as the material composition and hardness are relat-ed, so are the size and cutting depth. The most frequentlyworked materials in sizes of less than 150 mm diameter arethose in rolled versions. The material can be rolled downclose to dimensional tolerances, which means smaller cut-ting depths than with forgings. Therefore, in these cases,insert geometries are required which can work at small cut-ting depths and relatively high bar feeds.

    ForgingsForgings are often encountered in materials measuring over 150 mm in diameter. Forgings have a more uneven surfacestructure, which often entails a larger cutting depth than withrolled materials. Therefore insert geometries are requiredwhich can work at large cutting depths and relatively low barfeeds.

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    HEAVY MACHINING Bar peeling

    F

    ClampingA prerequisite for increasing surface quality is ensuring thatthe insert is firmly clamped in the holder in a stable and safemanner. This is achieved by screw clamping the insert.Screw clamping involves first drawing the insert against thetip seat and then into the tip seat.

    Screw clamping provides: Axial and radial clamping

    Few spare parts

    Economic solution

    No problems with chip removal

    Other methods of clamping, such as lever clamps or sim-ilar, have the advantage that it is easy to index the insertsince it is not necessary to unscrew the clamp screw fully tofree the insert. However, the disadvantage is that the result-ing clamping force is only in one direction, which is far toounstable bearing in mind the cutting forces which arise dur-ing bar peeling.

    Utilizing screw clamping avoids the problem of chips getting caught on protruding parts such as top clamps or chipbreaking clamps.

    An important component is the shim on which the insertrests in the tip seat. The shim protects the insert holderagainst chip wear under the insert which is very common ina bar peeling operation. The shim is also there to ensure thatdeformation does not occur in the tip seat and to provideprotection when there is insert breakage. It also providesprotection against indentations caused by a double sidedinsert geometry.

    Turning on the centre line of the machine often providesthe best cutting conditions. If the cutting edge lies below thecentre there is a risk of vibration. Turning carried out abovethe centre results in high cutting pressure, a hardened sur-face and deformation of the insert.

    One way to find the centre line of the machine is to try different thicknesses of shim to see where on the insert wear occurs. No wear on the support chamfer, edge chipping or substantial wear on the chipbreaker can mean that you areturning below the centre line. Extensive wear on the support chamfer but no wear on the chipbreaker can mean that youare turning above the centre line.

    A shim in the tip seat will protect the insert holder and ensure thatdeformation does not occur. See the right hand tool.

    Shims

    Torx Plus

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  • Adjustment screw

    Wedge

    Adjustment screwAdjustable stop

    Locking screw

    Adjustable standard toolholder for a Kieserling WDH 80 lathe.

    Tool indexing for l1 measure

    Tool indexing for l1 measure

    Adjustable toolholder for a Calow lathe.

    l1

    l1

    Most bar peeling lathes are different and the toolholders arenormally not standardized.

    Choosing toolholders

    When setting the length, it is important to bear inmind that the tip of the dial indicator must bepositioned at the centre of the inserts groundsupport chamfer. Measuring below the supportchamfer, or at some other point in the centre ofthe insert, means that the reciprocal lengthbetween holders can be different.

    Corresponding measurement points on the adjustablestop should be the same on each holder.

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    HEAVY MACHINING Bar peeling

    F

    PM MEDIUM

    PR ROUGHING

    Cutting depth (ap) 0,53,0 mmFeed (fn) 718 mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40150 m/min

    Cutting depth (ap) 0,75,0 mmFeed (fn) 7181) mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40120 m/min

    D C

    A Positive clearance in the nose permits high feeds.B Negative support chamfer along the support edge eli-

    minates vibration.

    C Polygon shape 25 mm radius.D Chipbreaker width increases with depth of cut.

    MF FINISHING

    MM MEDIUM

    MR ROUGHING

    Cutting depth (ap) 0,21,3 mmFeed (fn) 1040 mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40200 m/min

    Cutting depth (ap) 0,32,5 mmFeed (fn) 1040 mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40150 m/min

    Cutting depth (ap) 0,53,0 mmFeed (fn) 718 mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40150 m/min

    Cutting depth (ap) 0,55,0 mmFeed (fn) 718 mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40150 m/min

    Cutting depth (ap) 0,75,0 mmFeed (fn) 7181) mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40120 m/min

    Cutting depth (ap) 1,58,0 mmFeed (fn) 7181) mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40120 m/min

    Cutting depth (ap) 2,012,0 mmFeed (fn) 7181) mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40120 m/min

    38,1

    Double sided

    A Positive clearance in cutting part of the edge.B Negative support chamfer along the support

    edge eliminates vibration.

    A Positive clearance in the nose permits high feeds.B Negative support chamfer along the support edge eliminates

    vibration.

    C Polygon shape 25 mm radius.D Chipbreaker width increases with depth of cut.

    PF FINISHING

    Cutting depth (ap) 0,21,3 mmFeed (fn) 1040 mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40200 m/min

    B

    B

    A Positive clearance in cutting part of the edge.B Negative support chamfer along the support edge

    eliminates vibration.

    A

    A A

    BB

    BA

    D C

    1) Depending on combination of inserts

    1) Depending on combination of inserts

    50

    A

    B

    B

    Single sided

    Double sided

    Single sided

    Single sided

    Single sided

    Single sided Single sided

    Single sided

    WNMT 15 09 31-PM

    TNMT 44 09 01-PR

    TNMX 44 09 01-MR

    WNMX 21 12 51-MM

    WNMX 15 09 31-MM

    RNMX 50 18 MO-MR

    RNMX 38 12 00-MR/190.1-38 12 00

    TNMX 49 10 51-MF

    TNMX 33 09 31-MFTNMT 33 09 31-PF

    Cutting depth (ap) 0,21,3 mmFeed (fn) 1040 mm/rCutting speed (vc) 40200 m/min

    TNMX 33 09 32-PF

    Basic insert geometries for bar peeling

    MP K

    M

    MP K

    MP

    MP

    MP

    MP K

    P K

    MP K

    MP K

    MP

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    Railway wheel re-turning HEAVY MACHINING

    Sandvik Coromants tool system for the re-turning of railwaywheels consists of holders with replaceable tip seats for tangential mounted inserts. This type of insert withstands thestresses which large cutting depths at high temperatures produce.

    When choosing tools and inserts, it is important to bear in mind the type of wheel to be turned, the condition of the pre-dominant part of the worn wheel, as well as the machine stabil-ity and power which is available.

    It is desirable to be able to choose as large a cutting depth aspossible in order to achieve short machining times. This is notalways possible.

    In certain cases the profile can be turned in one single pass.With other machines it may be necessary to divide the machin-ing into several stages in order to produce the right profile anddiameter dimensions for the wheel.

    Two machines are used. Underfloor type with friction drivesand portal machines with facedrives. Cutting depth (ap) for un-derflore machines is 3-5 mm and for portal machines 10-12 mm.

    Depending on the type of machining, there are various options of insert geometries and grades.

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    Fini

    shin

    gM

    ediu

    mR

    ough

    ing

    Basic geometries Coromant grades

    4015

    4025

    3015

    SH

    Ordering code

    l s iW d1 r

    Dimensions, mm

    = First choice

    T-MAX PInserts for railway wheel re-turning

    Ordering example: 10 pieces LNUX 191940-PF 4015

    Cutting depth, mm

    Feed mm/r

    12

    10

    8

    6

    4

    2

    00 0,5 1,0 1,5 2,0

    fn

    ap

    19-PM

    30-PR

    Material: Alloy steel

    Cutting speed: vc = 2590 m/min

    GC GC GC

    19-PF

    30-PM

    19 175.32-191940-25 19,05 19,05 10 6,35 4,0

    Complementary geometries

    Ordering codel s iW d1 r

    PF 19 LNUX 191940-PF 19,05 19,05 10 6,35 4,0

    PM 19 LNUX 191940-PM 19,05 19,05 10 6,35 4,0

    19 LNMX 191940-PM 19,05 19,05 10 6,35 4,0

    30 LNMX 301940-PM 30,00 19,05 12 6,35 4,0

    PR 30 LNUX 301940-PR 30,00 19,05 12 6,35 4,0

    30 LNMX 301940-PR 30,00 19,05 12 6,35 4,0

    P

    F 28 F 30 F 30

    Tool holders Cutting data Technical information

    HEAVY MACHINING Railway wheel re-turning

    For grade descriptions, see page chapter K.

    GC = Coated carbide (ISO = HC) = Uncoated cemented carbide (ISO = HW)

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    Railway wheel re-turning HEAVY MACHINING

    CNMX

    Railway wheel re-turning Coromant grades

    4015

    4025

    3015iC d1 l iW s r ap

    S-CNMX 19 07 40-M1 19,05 7,93 7,94 4,0 1,3

    S-LNUX 32 12 48-R1 7,92 31,75 19,05 12,7 4,75 2,5

    Dimensions, mm

    Corresponds to existing standard geometry

    Engineered inserts

    F = Finishing

    M = Medium

    R = Roughing

    Chipbreaker version

    Code key(ISO or Coromant code)

    LNUX

    Max

    CNMX 19 07 40S MM

    M1

    To order, please contact your Sandvik representative.

    S-CNMX

    S-LNUX

    TO BE

    QUOTED

    Med

    ium

    Rou

    ghin

    gEngineered inserts

    HP

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    Right hand style shown

    Right hand style shown

    T-MAX P cutting units

    Dimensions, mmOrdering code Gauge inserts

    R

    L

    R/L175.32-19R/L175.32-30

    R/L177.32-19Inserts

    LNUX, LNMXTNMG TNMM

    Toolholders for T-MAX P cutting units R/L 175.32 and R/L 177.32

    -5047M -5055M

    Ordering example: 2 pieces R175.32-3223-192 pieces L175.32-3223-19

    Dimensions, mmOrdering code

    R

    L

    For one cutting unit For two cutting units

    h h1 b l1 f1 r

    R/L175.32-5047M 50 44 47 275 44 4,0

    R/L175.32-5055M 50 44 55 210 55 4,0

    R/L175.32-1922

    A35-37A40-43F 26

    F 29 F 30

    Technical informationInserts Spare parts

    h1 h b f1 l2 l1 l1a l1b f1 f1a f1b

    19 R/L175.32-3223-19 32 22,6 42,2 35 23 LNM. 19 19 4030 R/L175.32-3223-30 32 22,6 42,2 35 23 LNM. 19 19 40

    19 22 R/L175.32-3223-1922 32 31,4 31,5 42,2 35 20,5 23 25,4 LNM. 19 19 40/ TNM. 22 04 08

    19 R/L177.32-3219-19 32 18,6 19,1 42,2 35 SNM. 12 04 12

    HEAVY MACHINING Railway wheel re-turning

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    Railway wheel re-turning HEAVY MACHINING

    19174.3-843M 174.3-825 - - - 265.2-817 (3,0)30

    22 174.3-841M 174.3-821 179.3-852M 174.3-861 174.3-871 265.2-817(3,0)

    5047M 3214 010-359 175.32-820 174.32-831 265.2-817 (3,0)5055M

    Ordering example: 2 pieces 3214 010-359

    6

    3

    4 5

    6

    6

    2

    2

    1

    2

    1

    1

    Screw Locking pin ScrewShank size

    Toolholders

    Spare parts

    Standard partsDelivered with the tool

    1 2 3 4

    1

    2

    3

    4

    Key(mm)

    Lever Screw

    Ordering example: 2 pieces 174.3-843M

    Standard partsDelivered with the tool

    1 2 3 4 5 6

    Cutting edgelength Shim Shim pin

    Shim pinpunch

    Key(mm)

    T-MAX P units

    T-MAX P cutting units

    Toolholders for T-MAX P cutting units

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    vc1 vc2 fn50 90 0,31,5 GC4015/

    GC402550 90 0,51,8 GC4015/

    GC4025 50 90 0,31,5 GC3015

    50 70 0,51,8 SH

    SH

    ISO-P

    GC4025

    GC4015

    GC3015

    Machine type Cutting speed,m/min

    Feed, mm/r

    -PF 0,3 3,0-PM 1,5 6,0-PR 2,0 12,0

    Cutting depth (ap) mm andchipbreaking capacity

    Under-floor lathe1)

    Portal lathe

    1) Restricted by power supply and friction drive installed.

    The cutting speed recommendations (vc1) in the table are valid whenturning the tread (section A of the wheel profile). The flange copyingoperation will normally be made with the higher cutting speeds (vc2)and feeds given (section B and C of the wheel profile).

    The chipbreaking performance is dependent on many factorssuch as material quality, cutting speed and entering angle. Thecutting data table only gives a general indication of how andwhere different geometries can be used.

    The cutting data shown is recommended for the type ofmaterial normally used for railway wheels.

    This cutting data is valid for the grades SH, GC4015,GC4025 and GC3015.

    When extreme skid flats, shelled tread, or heavy build-upon the tread has occurred, the lower cutting speeds are rec-ommended. The lower cutting speeds (vc1) are also recom-mended when re-turning wheels with a high carbon content. If any adjustment in the feed rate is necessary, itshould be kept to a minimum.

    Grades

    Wea

    r re

    sist

    ance

    Toug

    hnes

    s

    Con

    diti

    ons

    Cutting data

    Wheel conditionVarious tough wheel conditions require effective grades.

    Wheel condition 4:Badly damaged wheels are machined at low cutting speed. Use the uncoated grade SH.

    Wheel condition 3:Wheels with heavier damage as well as low speed machines that require a tougher tool shall be machined with

    grade GC4025.

    Wheel condition 2:The majority of worn out wheels with some skid flats, shelled tread or thermal cracks are machined with the overall

    first choice grade GC4015.

    Wheel condition 1:Wheels with less worn out profiles are machined with higher cutting data for maximum productivity.

    Use the harder grade GC3015.

    GC4015 The universal grade for railway wheel re-turning isrecommended as the first choice for all types of re-turningoperations.

    The choice of cutting speed is always a combination of thetype of grade you choose to work with and the condition ofthe wheel. However, it is recommended that you choose a

    lower cutting speed when turning hard wheels with brakeplates and similar, plus a higher cutting speed with softerwheels in better condition.

    First choice

    mmmmmm

    HEAVY MACHINING Railway wheel re-turning

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    Railway wheel re-turning HEAVY MACHINING

    Material to be removed

    Lower vc 40 m/min when:

    - extreme skid flats- shelled tread- high carbon content

    Flange copying operations.

    Normal with highervc = 7090 m/minfn = 2 mm/r

    Practical tips

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    MAINPAGEHELPSEARCHTurning tools(A) General turningTable of contentsChoosing tools and insertsInsertsCode keyHigh feed machining with Wiper insertsNegative T-Max P insertsPositive CoroTurn 107 insertsNegative insertsBasic T-MAX P insert geometries and others

    T-MAXKNMX / KNUX inserts

    Positive insertsCoroTurn 107 insertsCoroTurn 111 inserts

    Other positive insertsT-MAX U, T-MAX S, T-MAX

    Advanced cutting materialsCeramics, CBN and Diamond

    External machiningCode key for external toolholdersHolders for negative insertsCoromant Capto cutting unitsCoroTurn RC rigid clamp designT-MAX P lever designT-MAX P wedge clamp designT-MAX P screw and top clamp design

    Shank toolsCoroTurn RC rigid clamp designT-MAX P lever designT-MAX P wedge clamp designT-MAX P screw and top clamp design

    Coromant KM cutting units

    Holders for positive insertsCoromant Capto cutting unitsCoroTurn 107 screw clamp design

    Shank toolsCoroTurn 107 screw clamp design

    Holders for ceramic insertsCoromant Capto cutting unitsCoroTurn RC rigid clamp designT-MAX top clamp design

    Shank toolsCoroTurn RC rigid clamp designT-MAX top clamp design

    Holders for KNMX / KNUX, T-MAX S and T-MAX inserts

    Internal machiningCode key for internal toolholdersBoring bars for negative insertsCoromant Capto cutting unitsT-MAX P - lever designT-MAX P - wedge clamp designT-MAX P screw and top clamp design

    Shank toolsCoroTurn RC - rigid clamp designT-MAX P - lever designT-MAX P - wedge clamp designT-MAX P - screw and top clamp design

    Boring bars for positive insertsCoroTurn 107 Coromant Capto cutting unitsScrew clamp designCutting units for vertical lathes

    CoroTurn 107 shank toolsScrew clamp design

    CoroTurn 111 shank toolsScrew clamp design

    Boring bars for ceramic insertsShank toolsT-MAX top clamp design

    Boring bars for KNMX / KNUX, T-MAX S and T-MAX inserts

    Boring bars and exchangable cutting headsT-MAX P cutting heads for negative insertsCoroTurn 107 cutting heads for positive inertsCoroTurn 111 cutting heads for positive inertsQ-Cut cutting heads for parting and groovingU-Lock cutting heads for threadingBlanks for cutting headsBoring bars type 570Coolant nozzleBars and adapters type 580

    EasyFix sleeves for boring bars

    Build-in toolsChoosing build-in toolsCode keyCartridges for negative insertsCoroTurn RC rigid clamp designT-MAX P lever designT-MAX P wedge clamp design

    Cartridges for positive insertsCoroTurn 107 screw clamp design

    Round shank boring tools for positive insertsCoroTurn 107 screw clamp design

    Spare partsExternal machining - Shank tools and Coromant Capto unitsHolders for negative insertsCoroTurn RC rigid clampT-MAX P leverT-MAX P screw and top clampT-MAX P wedge clamp

    Holders for positive insertsCoroTurn 107 screw clamp

    Holders for ceramic insertsCoroTurn RC rigid clampT-MAX top clamp

    Internal machining - Shank tools and Coromant Capto unitsBoring bars for negative insertsCoroTurn RC rigid clampT-MAX P leverT-MAX P wedge clampT-MAX P screw and top clamp

    Boring bars for positive insertsCoroTurn 107 screw clampCoroTurn 111 screw clamp

    Boring bars for ceramic insertsT-MAX top clamp

    Cutting heads for negative insertsT-MAX P lever clamp

    Cutting heads for positive insertsCoroTurn 107 screw clampCoroTurn 111 screw clamp

    Build-in toolsCartridges for negative insertsCoroTurn RC rigid clampT-MAX P lever clampT-MAX P wedge clamp

    Cartridges for positive insertsCoroTurn 107 screw clampRound shank boring tools, screw clamp

    Anti-vibration barsType 570-2C and 570-3C

    Cross reference list - Torx keys

    Obsolete toolsCutting dataSelecting insert geometryNegative inserts - T-MAX PPositive inserts CoroTurn 107Positive inserts CoroTurn 111

    General cutting speed recommendationsAdvanced cutting materialsHow to calculate cutting data

    Technical informationClamping systemsSelecting boring toolsSelecting insertsWiper insertsPractical tips

    (B) Parting and groovingTable of contentsCoroCut family, assortment and overviewInsertsInsert code keyCoroCut 1- and 2-edgeTailor Made

    T-MAX Q-CutTailor Made

    T-MAX U-LOCK shallow groovingT-MAX ceramic groovingT-MAX grooving

    ToolholdersCoroCut 1- and 2-edgeCode keyCoromant Capto cutting unitsShank tools

    T-MAX Q-CutCoromant Capto cutting unitsShank toolsTailor MadeMBS-systemTailor Made

    T-MAX ceramic groovingT-MAX grooving

    Spare partsCoroCutT-MAX Q-CutT-MAX grooving

    Cutting dataFeed recommendations and geometry descriptionsSpeed recommendations

    Technical information

    (C) ThreadingTable of contentsChoosing inserts and toolsT-MAX U-Lock for threading and groovingCode keys for inserts and toolholdersInsertsV-profile 60 and 55Engineering industry - MM, UNPipe fittings - WH, NTPipe threads - PT, NFPipe couplings - RN, RXAerospace threads - MJ, UNJTrapezoidal screw threads - TR, AC, SAOil and gas threads - V-, RD, BU, VA, NVEngineered and Tailor Made inserts

    ToolholdersExternal threading and circlip groovingCoromant Capto cutting unitsShank tools

    Internal threading and circlip groovingCoromant Capto cutting unitsShank toolsExchangeable cutting headsCartridges

    Coromant KM cutting units

    T-MAX Twin-Lock for oil pipe threadingInsertsInserts for casing and tubing

    ToolholdersExternal and internal oil pipe threadingCode key for T-MAX Twin-Lock

    Spare partsSpare parts for obsolete toolsCutting dataTechnical information

    (D) Swiss toolsTable of contentsIntroductionTool selectionInsertsShank toolsParting and groovingThreadingSteel shank inch boring bars

    (E) Modular quick change toolingTable of contentsIntroductionSystem presentationClamping units - functional descriptionSystem overview

    Manual clamping unitsPresentationShank type 2085, round shank types 2000 and 3000Shank type 2080, round shank typesSpecial applicationsVDI / DIN 69880

    Automatic clamping unitsPresentationHydraulically operated

    Driven toolholdersProducts for tool managementStorage cassettesBlanks for do it yourself cutting unitsAdaptors forSolid boring barsShank toolsExtensionReductionFacemills and square shoulder facemillsSide- and facemillsCoroGrip precision power chuckCollet chuck, DIN 6499Collet chuck, DIN 6388Weldon shankWhistle Notch shank DIN 6535-HECoromant U and Coromant Delta drills shank according to ISO 9766Tap holders

    Spare parts and accessoriesAccessoriesCylindrically Collet, 393.CG, 393.CGSCollet 393.14, DIN 6499-BCollet 39301-OZPumping equipment for CoroGripTorque wrenchHexagon keyGrease nippleTools for disassembling the polygon socket on manual clamping unitsExtracting tool for disassembling the polygon socket on manual and automatic clamping unitsCover plugPush button operated valvePre-measuring fixture for Coromant Capto cutting unitsMaster setting gaugesSafe controlAlignment tool

    Spare partsManually operated clamping unitsType 2085Type 2000Type 3000Type 2080Round shank typeType 2090VDI Angled design, DIN 69880VDI Straight design, DIN 69880

    Hydraulically operated clamping unitsType 5100Type 5010Type 5210Type 2200

    AdaptorsExtension / reduction adaptorsAdaptors for facemills and square shoulder facemillsAdaptors for side and facemillsCollet chuck adaptorsCollet chuck extensionsAdaptors for Weldon shanksAdaptors for Whistle Notch shanksAdaptors for Coromant U and Coromant Delta drillsTap adaptorsSet and barrel for tap adaptors

    Service instructionsMachining capacity

    (F) Heavy machiningTable of contentsHeavy turningIntroductionInsertsCutting data recommendationsSpare parts for HD cassettesTechnical information

    Bar peelingIntroductionInsertsHoldersSpare partsTechnical information

    Railway wheel re-turningIntroductionInsertsHoldersSpare partsTechnical information

    (G) High speed steel toolsTable of contentsTool bitsParting bladesToolholdersSpare partsCutting dataTechnical information

    (H) Brazed turning toolsTable of contentsToolholdersTipsRodsTechnical information

    (J) DrillingTable of contentsChoosing tools and insertsIndexable U-drillsCoromant U drillsCoromant U step and chamfer drillsT-MAX U drills - left hand drills

    InsertsHard Cut drillsSpare partsCutting data and graphsTechnical informationPractical tips and formulas

    (K) General informationTable of contentsTerminology and formulasAutoTASTool management system

    Torx PlusTorque wrenchCross reference list Torx to Torx Plus

    Material cross reference listCoromant gradesCutting materialGrades for general turningGrades for Parting and groovingGrades for threading

    Safety informationIndexISO / ANSI insertsInsert indexTool index

    Rotating tools(A) MillingTable of contentsChoice of toolsCoroMill 245 - Facemill 45CoroMill 290 - Shoulder facemill 90CoroMill 390 - Shoulder face- / endmill 90Turn-millingCoroMill Century - Facemill 90CoroMill 790 - AI endmill 90CoroMill 200 - Round insert cutter, negativeCoroMill 300 - Round insert cutter, positiveCoroMill Ball Nose endmillCoroMill Ball Nose Finishing endmillCoroMill screw type cuttersCoroMill 331 - Side and facemillT-MAX Q-cutter - Slitting cutterModulmill facemills - 45, 75, 90 and round insert cuttersT-MAX 45 - heavy dutyU-MAX drilling endmillU-MAX chamfering endmillT-MAX long edge cutterT-MAX grooving cutterT-MAX U-Lock thread milling cutterSandvik AUTO roughing cutterT-Line roughing cutterSandvik AUTO finishing cutterCylinder boring cutterCoroMill Plura - carbide endmillsISO insertsInserts for special toolsRotary bursTool mountingSpare partsObsolete toolsCutting dataCalculate cutting dataFacemillingSlot millingShoulder millingSide and facemillingProfile milling

    Feed recommendationsFacemills, Endmills, r = 45Facemills, r = 75Facemills, Endmills, r = 90Facemills, round insertsEndmillsSide and facemills

    Speed recommendationsMilling with large engagementMilling with small engagementImportant productivity parameters in HSM and 3D machiningThread milling

    Cutting dataCoroMill Plura - Carbide endmills

    Technical InformationBasic millingThree basic geometry principlesSelection of cutter pitchSelection of cutter diameter and positionSelection of entering angleEffect of entering angle on cutting forces

    Terminology and formulasTerminology and units for millingGeneral formulasFormulas for specific cutters

    Basic milling practiceCalculation of power consumptionCalculation of optimized power consumptionConstant K for use in power requirement calculationCircular interpolation, internalCircular interpolation, externalRamping and circular interpolation in helixMethods of measuring surface finishSurface finish requirementsHardness of workpiece

    Practical tipsTool wearTrouble shooting

    Regrinding dataCoromant Plura - carbide endmills

    Insert mountingMounting and setting instructions, generalCoroMill 331 side and facemilling cuttersT-MAX grooving cutters

    (B) DrillingTable of contentsChoice of toolsDelta drillsCoroDrill Delta-C - Carbide drillsCoromant Delta - Brazed carbide drills

    Hard cut drillsIndexable U-drillsCoromant U drillsIndexable U-drillsCoromant U step and chamferCoromant U socket head cap screw drillsCoromant U plunge drillsT-MAX U drills - Left hand drillsT-MAX U stack drillsT-MAX U drills - 60 mmT-MAX U trepanning drillsInserts

    Spare partsTool mountingCutting data and graphsTechnical informationDeep hole drillingIntroductionDrilling system and methodsChoice of tools

    Ejector STS / SystemDeep hole drilling with CoroDrill 800Ejector programme - CoroDrill solid drill head 800.24STS programme - CoroDrill solid drill head 800.20Insert geometriesand gradesInserts

    Spare parts

    (C) BoringTable of contentsChoice of toolsRoughingTool programmeCoroBore 820Boring toolsDuoboreBoring toolsDamped boring toolsHeavy dutyBoring tools, internal coolant supply, Dc 150-250 mmBoring tools, internal coolant supply, Dc 250-550 mm

    FinishingTool programmeFine boring headHigh speed fine boring headSingle edge fine boring tools, Dc 25-103,5 mmDamped single edge fine boring tools, Dc 25-103,5 mmSingle edge fine boring tools, Dc 99,5-269,5 mmDamped single edge fine boring tools, Dc 99,5-269,5 mmCounterweight for fine boring tools 391.38A / 391.39AFine boring tools, Dc 250-575 mmFine boring tools, Dc 250-975 mmFine boring unit, screw clampCoromant flexible boring tools

    InsertsSpare partsObsolete toolsTool holdingCutting data

    (D) Toolholding systemsTable of contentsIntroductionModular holding toolsCoromant CaptoProgramme overviewBasic holdersISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A)ISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A), Heavy DutyISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A), Big PlusISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A), Front clampDIN 69871-BMAS, BTMAS, BT, Big PlusMAS, BT, DIN 69871-BMAS, BT, Front clampYamazakiHSK - A/CDIN 2080DIN 2080, Front clampFlange mounting DIN 2079, Front clampFlange mounting DIN 2079, Camshaft clamping

    Intermediate adaptorsExtensionExtension, short versionReductionReduction, short versionReduction, Heavy DutyExtension, Coromant Capto / VarilockExtension, Varilock / Coromant CaptoExtension, Front clampReduction, Front clamp

    Tool adaptorsFacemill adaptorFacemill adaptor, Heavy DutyFacemill adaptor, dampedSide and facemill adaptorSide and facemill adaptor, Heavy DutyCollet chuck adaptor, DIN 6499Short collet chuck adaptor, DIN 6499Collet chuck adaptor, DIN 6388Collet chuck extension, DIN 6499Weldon shank adaptorWhistle Notch shank adaptorCoromant U / Coromant Delta drill adaptor, Coromant Whistle Notch shank - Internal coolant supplyCoromant U / Coromant Delta drill adaptor, ISO 9766 shank - Internal coolant supplyDamped Coromant U adaptorDrill chuckBlank adaptorBlank adaptor, Heavy DutyMorse taper adaptorTap adaptor / holderTap adaptor, collet type

    VarilockProgramme overviewBasic holdersISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A)ISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A), Big PlusISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A), Front clampDIN 69871, form BMAS, 403 BTMAS, 403 BT, Big PlusMAS, BT, Front clampYamazakiDIN 2080DIN 2080, Front clampFlange mounting DIN 2079, Front clampHSK - A/CCoolant connectorHolder for T-Max U-drill

    Intermediate adaptorsExtensionReductionExpansionVarilock / Coromant CaptoExtension, Front clampReduction, Front clamp, Damped

    Tool adaptorsFacemill adaptorSide and facemill adaptorCollet chuck adaptor, DIN 6499Collet chuck adaptor, DIN 6388Weldon shank adaptorWhistle Notch shank adaptorCoromant U / Coromant Delta drill adaptor, Coromant Whistle Notch shank - Internal coolant supplyCoromant U / Coromant Delta drill adaptor, Coromant Whistle Notch shank - External coolant supplyCoromant U / Coromant Delta drill adaptor, ISO 9766 shank - Internal coolant supplyCoromant U / Coromant Delta drill adaptor, ISO 9766 shank - External coolant supplyAdjustable adaptor for Varilock integrated Coromant U drillsDrill chuckMorse taper adaptorBlank adaptorSpecial tool adaptorTap adaptor / holderTap adaptor, collet type

    Solid holding toolsCoromant solid holders, programme overviewTool holdersStub arborFacemilling holder for flange mountingCombi milling holderCollet chuck holder, DIN 6499Collet chuck holder, DIN 6388Endmill Weldon shank holderEndmill Weldon shank holder, short versionCoromant Delta and Coromant U drill holderDamped Coromant U drill holderDrill chuck holderMorse taper holder

    CoroGrip precision power chuckHydroGrip - high precision chuckCoromant U drill holder, adjustableHolders and adaptors for CoroMill modular cutting toolsAccessoriesTaper detailsHandling instructionsSpare parts

    HSK solid holders, programme overviewBasic holdersCoromant CaptoVarilock

    Programme overviewSolid holdersFacemill holderDamped facemill holderCollet chuck holderWeldon shank holderWhistle Notch shank holderCoromant Delta and Coromant U drill holderMorse tape holderTapping chuckBlanksCoolant Tube

    AccessoriesTaper detailsHandling instructionsSpare parts

    CoroGrip high precision power chuckHydroGrip high precision chuckHolders for CoroMill modular cutting toolsAdjustable Coromant U drill holderAccessories and handling instructionsTaper detailsFixturesPull studsColletsAssembly instructions for Coromant Capto and VarilockChanging the centre bolt and retaining nut in a basic holderMounting instructions, front clampDismantling and assembly of tap adaptor 391.60Assembly instructions for collet tap adaptorsAssembly of adjustable Coromant U drill holderRecommended drill diameter according to thread dimensionRecommended torques for tapping operations

    Spare partsCoromant CaptoBasic holdersExtension / reduction adaptorsAdaptors for facemills and square shoulder facemillsAdaptors for side and facemillsCollet chuck adaptorsCollet chuck extensionsAdaptors for Weldon shanksAdaptors for Whistle Notch shanksAdaptors for Coromant U and Coromant Delta drills with Coromant Whistle Notch shankAdaptors for Coromant U and Coromant Delta drills with ISO 9766 shankDrill chuckAdaptors for Morse taper shanksTap adaptorsSet and barrel for tap adaptors

    VarilockBasic holdersHolders for T-Max U-drillsExtension, reduction and expansion adaptorExtension - Varilock to Coromant CaptoAdaptors for facemills and square shoulder facemillsAdaptors for side and facemillsCollet chuck adaptorsAdaptors for Weldon shanksAdaptors for Whistle Notch shanksAdaptors for Coromant U and Coromant Delta drills with Coromant Whistle Notch shankAdaptors for Coromant U and Coromant Delta drills with ISO 9766 shankAdjustable adaptor for Varilock integrated Coromant U drillsDrill chuckAdaptors for Morse taper shanksBlank adaptorSpecial tool adaptorTap adaptors

    Coromant solid holdersHolders for facemills and square shoulder facemills, side and facemillsCollet chuck holdersHolders for Morse taperHolders for Weldon shanksHolders for Coromant Delta drills / Coromant U drills

    HSK solid holdersBasic holdersFacemill holderCollet chuck holderWeldon shank holderWhistle Notch holderHolders for Coromant U and for Delta drillTapping chuckCoolant tube

    HydroGrip high precision chuckAdjustable Coromant U drill holderObsolete toolsHolders for short hole drillsEndmill adaptor for threaded shanksDrill chuck adaptorAutomotive shank

    Obsolete tools

    (E) General informationTable of contentsAutoTASThe Tool Management System

    Insert code keyMillingDrilling and boring

    Material cross reference listInsert mountingCoromant gradesMillingDrillingBoring

    Safety informationIndexInsertsTools

    Deep hole drillingTable of contentsIntroductionEjector systemChoice of toolsTool mounting - solid drilling and counterboringGround drill head 424.6CoroDrill 800.24T-Max drill 424.10Drill tubes manufactured by customer requestCalculation of special length tubesT-Max 424.31F and 424.31 counterboring headsMounting parts for rotating and non-rotating connectors Rotating connectorsNon-rotating connectorsDrill mounted connectors non-rotatingDrill tubes suitable for drill mounted connectorsVarilock adapted connector for automatic tool changeVibration dampersAdaptors converting from external to internal tube threadsSetting the diameter on T-Max headsInsertsCutting data and graphsSpare parts

    STS systemChoice of toolsTool mounting - solid drilling and counterboring Ground drill head 420.6CoroDrill 800.20T-Max drill 424.10Drill tubes manufactured by customer request

    Calculation of special length tubes T-Max 424.31F and 424.31 counterboring heads T-Max 420.7 trepanning headSpecial T-Max counterboring heads 424.32Mounting parts for connectorsSTS oil pressure headsSTS connecting chucksVibration dampersAdaptors converting from external to internal tube threads Setting the diameter on T-Max headsInsertsCutting data and graphsSpare parts

    Gun drillingApplication guideDrilling system and methodsHole qualityCentre alignmentSpecial application casesCutting fluidThe Ejector systemThe Single Tube System - STSDrill bush and set upMachining recommendationsChoice of cutting dataThe gun drill systemGundrilling in machining centresGundrill - regrinding equipmentRegrinding single-lip/twin-lip gundrillsBalanced and unbalanced drillsCutting data calculationsCutting forcesTrouble shootingMaterial cross reference listInsert mountingSafety information

    Supplement 05.1Table of contentsWhats new?Multi-Task machiningAluminium millingTurningWiper inserts for high feed machiningInsert grades and new geometry -KR for cast iron turningStainless steel turning, insert grades GC2015 and GC2025Aluminium turningAerospace turningSteel turning, insert grades GC4005 and CT5005New hard part turning insert grade CB7015Hard part turning, insert grade GC6050CoroTurn 107 inserts with 3,18 mm thicknessCoromant Capto boring bars for triangular 3,18 mm thick CoroTurn 107 insertsCoroTurn RC, holders for negative insertsCoromant Capto cutting units for Multi-task machiningCutting heads and boring bars with 570 couplingCoroCut 1-2, parting and groovingCoroCut 3 family for shallow partingCoroTurn SL adaptors and bladesCoroTurn SL large diameter boring bars and cutting headsCoromant Capto cutting units and holders for threadingSmall part machiningCoroCut XS, external machiningCoroTurn XS, internal machiningCoroTurn 107 tools, new lengths

    Railway wheel re-turning

    MillingCoroMill 210 - high feed and plunge cutterCoroMill 245 facemill - 12 and 18 mm insertCoroMill 300 - round insert cutterInserts for CoroMill 331CoroMill 390 milling cutterCoroMill Century aluminium cutterISO inserts - New geometry and gradeAuto inserts - New geometryCoroMill Ball Nose Finishing endmillCoroMill Plura solid ball nose endmillCoroMill Plura thread milling cutterTorx Plus torque wrench

    DrillingCoroDrill 880 with Step TechnologyCoroDrill Delta-C carbide drills for small part machiningHigh Feed Reamer 830

    BoringCoroBore 825 Single edge fine boring tool

    ToolholdingCotoTurn SL mini-turret for cutting headsTurning tool adaptors for Multi-Task machiningBlanks for production of cutting unitsCoroGrip Precision Power ChuckCoromant Pencil HydroGripCollet chucks

    Safety informationCorrections to Turning tools and Rotating tools catalogues

    Die & mouldMillingCoroMill 200 - Round insert cutter, negativeCoroMill 300 - Round insert cutter, positiveCoroMill Ball nose endmillCoroMill Ball nose finishing endmillCoroMill 390CoroMill modular cutting toolsCoroMill 210 - high feed and plunge cutterCoroMill Century - aluminium facemill 90CoroMill 790 - Al endmill 90CoroMill Plura - carbide endmillCoroMill 245 - facemill 45CoroMill 290 - square shoulder cutter 90Drilling endmill

    Short hole drillingCoroDill Delta C - solid carbide drillsCoromant Delta - brazed carbide drillsCoroDrill 880Coromant U - indexable insert drillsCoromant U plunge drills

    Deep hole drillingEjector drillsSTS drillsGun drills

    BoringCoroBore 820CoroBore 825

    Tool holdingModular holding toolsCoromant CaptoProgramme overviewBasic holdersISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A)ISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A), Heavy DutyISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A), Big PlusISO 7388/1 (DIN 69871-A), Front clampDIN 69871-BMAS, BTMAS, BT, Big PlusMAS, BT, DIN 69871-BMAS, BT, Front clampYamazakiHSK - A/CDIN 2080DIN 2080, Front clampFlange mounting DIN 2079, Front clampFlange mounting DIN 2079, Camshaft clamping

    Intermediate adaptorsExtensionExtension, short versionReductionReduction, short versionReduction, Heavy DutyExtension, Coromant Capto / VarilockExtension, Varilock / Coromant CaptoExtension, Front clampReduction, Front clamp

    Tool adaptorsFacemill adaptorFacemill adaptor, Heavy DutyFacemill adaptor, dampedSide and facemill adaptorSide and facemill adaptor, Heavy DutyCollet chuck adaptor, DIN 6499Short collet chuck adaptor, DIN 6499Collet chuck adaptor, DIN 6388Collet chuck extension, DIN 6499Weldon shank adaptorWhistle Notch shank adaptorCoromant U / Coromant Delta drill adaptor, Coromant Whistle Notch shank - Internal coolant supplyCoromant U / Coromant Delta drill adaptor, ISO 9766 shank - Internal coolant supplyDamped Coromant U adaptorDrill chuckBlank adaptorBlank adaptor, Heavy DutyMorse taper adaptorTap adaptor / holderTap adaptor, collet type

    CoroGrip high precision power chuckHydroGrip high precision chuckHolders for CoroMill modular cutting toolsAccessories and handling instructionsTaper detailsFixturesPull studsColletsAssembly instructions for Coromant Capto and VarilockChanging the centre bolt and retaining nut in a basic holderMounting instructions, front clampDismantling and assembly of tap adaptor 391.60Assembly instructions for collet tap adaptorsAssembly of adjustable Coromant U drill holderRecommended drill diameter according to thread dimensionRecommended torques for tapping operations

    Spare partsCoromant CaptoBasic holdersExtension / reduction adaptorsAdaptors for facemills and square shoulder facemillsAdaptors for side and facemillsCollet chuck adaptorsCollet chuck extensionsAdaptors for Weldon shanksAdaptors for Whistle Notch shanksAdaptors for Coromant U and Coromant Delta drills with Coromant Whistle Notch shankAdaptors for Coromant U and Coromant Delta drills with ISO 9766 shankDrill chuckAdaptors for Morse taper shanksTap adaptorsSet and barrel for tap adaptors

    HydroGrip high precision chuck

    CoroMill modular toolsDamped milling adaptorsCoromant CaptoHSK

    Solid carbide extensionBasic holdersCoromant CaptoISO / MASHSK

    Intermediate adaptorsCoroMill 210CoroMill 390CoroMill 300CoroMill Ball Nose

    Multi-Task machiningTurning toolsCoromant Capto cutting unitsCoromant Capto twin tool cutting unitsCoromant Capto - externalTurningPositive insertsCoroTurn 107 - Screw clamp design

    Negative insertsCoroTurn RC - Rigid clamp designT-Max P - Lever designT-Max P - Wedge clamp designT-Max P - Screw and top clamp design

    Ceramic and CBM insertsCoroTurn RC - Rigid clamp designT-Max - Top clamp design

    Threading166.4FG / 166.4FGZ166.5FA / 166.5FAZ

    Parting & GroovingCoroCut 2CoroCut SLCoroCut 3T-MAX Q-Cut

    Shank toolsAdaptorsTurningNegative insertsCoroTurn RC - Rigid clamp designT-MAX P - Lever designT-MAX P - Wedge clamp designT-MAX P - Screw and top clamp design

    Positive insertsCoroTurn 107 - Screw clamp design

    Ceramic and CBN insertsCoroTurn RC - Rigid clamp designT-Max - Top clamp design

    Threading166.4FG / 166.0FG / 166.4FGZ166.5FA166.5FA - News

    Parting & GroovingCoroCut 2CoroCut SLCoroCut 3CoroCut 2 - Face groovingT-Max Q-Cut

    Coromant Capto - internalTurningNegative insertsT-MAX P - Lever clamp designT-MAX P - Wedge clamp designT-MAX P - Screw and top clamp design

    Positive insertsCoroTurn 107 - Screw clamp design

    Threading166.0KF / 166.4KF166.0KFZ / 166.4KFZ

    Modular tooling system 570Reduction adaptorsCoromant Capto boring bars with 570 couplingCoroTurn RCT-Max PCoroTurn 107CoroTurn 111T-Max Q-CutT-Max U-LockBlanksCutting heads with 570 couplingCoroCut SLCoroTurn SL mini-turretCoroTurn SL

    Boring bars and adaptorsTurningNegative insertsCoroTurn RC - Rigid clamp designT-MAX P - Lever clamp designT-MAX P - Wedge clamp designT-MAX P - Screw and top clamp design

    Positive insertsCoroTurn 107 - Screw clamp designCoroTurn 111 - Screw clamp design

    Ceramic and CBN insertsT-MAX - Top clamp design

    ThreadingSteel barsCarbide reinforced barsCirclip groovingBoring bars566.4KFC / 566.0KFC570-3 / 570-2

    CartridgesSleeves

    Parting & GroovingCoroCut 1 and 2CoroCut SLT-MAX Q-Cut

    Coolant connectorBoring bar adaptors

    TeenessBlanks

    Rotating toolsCoroMill cuttersCoroMill 210CoroMill 200CoroMill 300CoroMill Ball NoseCoroMill Ball Nose - NewsCoroMill 331CoroMill 790CoroMill 245CoroMill 290CoroMill 390 - endmillCoroMill 390 - endmill and square shoulder facemillCoroMill 390 - long edge milling cutterCoroMill Century

    CoroMill PluraGeneral machiningBall nose and corner radiusAluminium machiningKeyway slottingTurn-MillingThread mills

    CoroMill modular toolsDamped milling adaptorsCoromant CaptoHSK

    Solid carbide extensionBasic holdersCoromant CaptoISO / MASHSK

    Intermediate adaptorsCoroMill 210CoroMill 390CoroMill 300CoroMill Ball Nose

    Drilling toolsCoroDrill 880CoroDrill Delta C - Dc 3.00-20.00 mmCoroDrill Delta C - Dc 5.00-14.00 mmCoromant Delta - Dc 3.00-16.00 mm - step / chamferCoromant Delta - Dc 9.50-30.40 mmCoromant Delta - Dc 9.50-30.40 mm - chamferCoromant UCoromant U - step & chamferT-Max U stack drillT-Max U 60 mm - SolidT-Max U 60 mm - TrepanningHard Cut

    Boring toolsCoroBore 820 boring toolsCoromant CaptoHSK

    Duobore boring tools25-270 mm25-101 mm - Silent tools99-150 mm - Silent tools

    Heavy duty boring tools150-250 mm250-550 mm

    Fine boring tools23-107 mm - CoroBore 8253-44 mm25-103.5 mm99.5-269.5 mm250-575 mm250-975 mm

    Damped fine boring tools25.0-103.5 mm - Silent tools99.5-269.5 mm - Silent tools

    ToolholdingCoromant Capto basic holdersISO 7388/1ISO 7388/1 - BIG-PLUSISO 7388/1 - Form BMAS BTMAS BT - BIG-PLUSMAS BT - Form BYamazakiHSKDamped milling adaptorCoromant Capto extensions - Front clampCoromant Capto extensionsCoromant Capto extensions - Reduction adaptor

    Coromant Capto adaptors for rotating toolsFacemillSide & facemillsCoroGrip precision power chuckCoroGrip - Cylindrical colletCoromant pencil HydroGripHydroGrip - Cylindrical colletCollet chuck adaptor - DIN 6499Collet chuck - DIN 6499Collet chuck adaptor - DIN 6388Weldon shank adaptorWhistle Notch shank adaptorDrill Whistle NotchCoromant U / Coromant Delta drillsAdjustable Coromant U drill adaptorsDrill chuckDamped adaptor for Coromant U indexable insert drillMorse taperBlankTap holder

    Small part machiningTurningHoldersCoroTurn 107 - ISOCoroTurn 107 - VCEXCoroCut XSCoroTurn RC & T-Max P - ISO

    InsertsCoroTurn RC & T-Max P - ISOCoroTurn 107 - ISOCoroTurn 107 - VCEXCoroCut XS

    Back-turningHoldersCoroTurn 107 - VCEXCoroCut XS

    InsertsCoroTurn 107 - VCEXCoroCut XS

    PartingHoldersCoroCut 2CoroCut 3CoroCut XS

    InsertsCoroCut 2CoroCut 3CoroCut XS

    GroovingHoldersCoroCut 2CoroCut XS

    InsertsCoroCut 2CoroCut XS

    ThreadingHoldersT-Max U-lockCoroCut XS

    InsertsT-Max U-lockCoroCut XS

    Internal turningHoldersCoroTurn 107 - ISOCoroTurn 111 - ISOCoroTurn XS

    InsertsCoroTurn 107 - ISOCoroTurn 111 - ISOCoroTurn XS

    EasyFix sleeves

    Internal groovingHoldersCoroTurn XS

    InsertsCoroTurn XS

    Internal threadingHoldersCoroTurn XS

    InsertsCoroTurn XS

    MillingCoroMill Plura

    DrillingCoroDrill 880Coromant DeltaCoroDrill Delta C R840