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Fan disc

Made from titanium this component has internal chambers to be bored and large tulip grooves to be milled.

​Dampened blades

To machine the deep internal chambers typically up to 150mm, long, slender tools are required. The challenges are tendency to vibration and removal of the chips from the groove. Turning one of the most challenging features into a secure process is achieved by:

  • The most productive and secure method for roughing is with direct grooving. To remove the chips from the chamber without jamming the WCMX GM insert splits the chip into three separate segments
  • Blades longer than 4x width of the blade are designed with a patented dampening device. This allows depth of cut to be 4 times greater than without dampening.
  • Oval serration blade system for best stability and accessibility. The 100mm high blade allows for best coolant delivery to assist in chip removal
  • Once the bulk of material has been removed the round carbide insert together with HPC profile turns to finished shape with dedicated geometry SM
High pressure coolant

 

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High-pressure coolant!

 

 

 

  

 

 

​CoroCut® angled inserts

Perfectly formed for those difficult to access grooves, 90 degree angled inserts come in a variety of shapes all as standard.

No need for special tools. Blanks even available for dedicated 90, 45 degree and T-profiles.

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​Tulip slot milling

This feature has traditionally been broached but with new technology this has been replaced with milling. Due to the special form of the groove, engineered solutions have been developed.

  • Rough groove and pre-form opening usingside and face cutter
  • Semi-finish and finish using profile end mill
 
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