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Heavy turning

Heavy turning normally means turning large components with uneven surfaces in combination with very large and varying cutting depths. Long cutting periods and dry conditions at high temperatures call for durable and stable tools. You’ll find them here.

How to get the best machining result

Whether it’s calculating your start values, finding a solution to your machining challenges or optimizing the settings for maximized performance – take our shortcut to successful turning.

Turning new railway wheels

Train wheels have their own unique characteristics and requirements. To achieve the best possible results there are a number of things to consider, starting with choosing the right tools.

Heavy turning of heat exchangers

Producing a heat exchanger includes removing the forging or casting skin and other defects from the component surface. This requires reliable turning tools.

Best practice: bar peeling

Bar peeling is a method that is used to remove oxide scale, mill scale and surface cracks from hot‐rolled and forged blanks. Bar peeling is also applied to thick walled tubes.

Heavy machining of shafts

For successful first stage machining of large components for the energy segment includes a list of factors to consider.

Knowledge through e-learning

Want to know how to improve productivity and use the tools? Learn the fundamentals in metal cutting by using our e-learning programme.

Build your own modular tool

Tool Builder helps you quickly find the right combination of cutting tool and adaptor. Simply select your application and machine interface.

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