General turning

​Turning generates cylindrical and rounded forms with a single-point tool. The tool is stationary with the workpiece rotating.

Turning is the most common process for metal cutting and is a highly optimized process, requiring thorough consideration of the various factors in the turning application.

Turning can be broken down in a number of basic applications (longitudinal turning, facing or profiling) for selection of tool types, cutting data and programming.

External tool holders
T-Max® P
External tool holders
CoroTurn® 107​
Internal tool holders
CoroTurn® 107
  
 

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