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Inserts and grades

Regardless of component size, material or design, the insert grade you use can make all the difference in your manufacturing productivity. Selecting the right insert grade for your specific machining operation helps you stay ahead of the competition.

How an insert is made

The world of metal cutting wouldn’t be the same without inserts. The inserts themselves are made of some of the hardest materials in the world. So we went to the production facility in Gimo, Sweden, to see how the inserts are made.

Profitable sustainability

Did you know that 95 percent of a used carbide insert can be recycled? We offer a recycling programme that turns your worn-out tools into a source of income.

A new approach to milling gears

Suggesting InvoMilling™ as the approach for machining spur and helical gears is to challenge a technology that has been used and proven for decades. Stefan Scherbath wasn’t content with the status quo.

Inserts and grades for every operation

Highlights

Looking ahead - Future challenges

Our ability to act early and quickly on trends in today's competitive landscape is essential. Insights and knowledge about our constantly changing world is a real key to business success. By realizing tomorrow's challenges today, we can formulate a strategic roadmap to find a faster way to the future.

Struggling to find the right tool?

Let ToolGuide help you get quick and accurate tool recommendations – on all your devices!

Get the wheels rolling

See how Cane Creek, an American cycle components specialist in North Carolina, made its first machine investment to machine its own parts.

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