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CoroBore® 820 is your First Choice for rough boring. The comprehensive program of tool bodies, slides, shims, and cutting inserts allow CoroBore® 820 to be configured to suit the widest possible range of applications. The same program can be utilized for productive boring, step boring, and single-edged boring. The system consists of adapters with matching slides, shims, and covers, making it possible to adapt the tool to various materials and conditions.

 

Benefits

  • Versatile, with three different operation types in one tool
  • Large standard assortment of CoroTurn® 107 and T-Max® P inserts
  • High metal removal rate thanks to three-insert design

 

Features

  • Short, rigid, and compact providing maximum stability
  • Optional slide assemblies, individually adjustable axially and radially, resulting in reduced inventory costs.
  • Cutting fluid through the tool for good chip evacuation

 

Application

  • Dedicated geometries and grades for all materials
  • Use CoroTurn® 107 screw clamping as First Choice
  • Use T-Max® P and CoroTurn® RC for improved economy and process security in stable conditions.
Productive boring​
Step boring​
Single-edged boring

 

Counterbore Through hole Interrupted cuts Blind hole

 

ISO application area

 

 
 
CoroBore® BR30

A new generation of rough boring tools is available. For our latest boring solution within the same application area as CoroBore® 820, see CoroBore® BR30.

 

Recommendations

  • Start with a roughing geometry, unless a small depth of cut is to be taken.
  • Choose a medium geometry for smaller cutting depths or improved chip breaking
  • Choose CoroTurn® 107 for lower cutting forces
  • Choose negative inserts (T-Max® P) for tough applications that require strong inserts and improved process security.
  • Step boring is an effective way to increase the depth of cut without excessive vibrations

Product range

Boring range, mm
(inch)​
​35–306
(1.378–12.047)
Boring depth​ 4 × DC SFMS​
Hole tolerance​ IT9​

 

Overview of assembly parts:
1. Slide
2. Adapter​

 

Grades and geometries

 

​ ​ ​ Medium Roughing Complementary

Positive inserts

​​

CoroTurn® 107 screw clamping​ ​ ​ ​ ​

-PM / GC4225​ -PR / GC4225​ -WM / GC4215​
-MM / GC2025​ -MR / GC2025​ -WM / GC2015​
-KM / GC3215​ -KR / GC3215​ -WM / GC3215​
-AL / H10​ -AL / H10​ -AL / GC1810​
-MM / GC1105 - MM / GC1105 -UM / GC1115
    **
Negative inserts

T-Max® P, CoroTurn® RC rigid clamping

-PM / GC4225​ -PR / GC4225​ WMX / GC4215​
-MM / GC2025​ -PR / GC4225​ WMX / GC2015​
-KM / GC3215​ -KR / GC3215 WMX / GC3215​
-QM / GC1105​ -QM / GC1105​ -NM / GC1115
   **

*H13A for Ti-based ISO S materials
** For recommendations on fine boring in ISO H materials, see technical guide, General Turning.
Note: Grade recommendations are valid for average conditions
For recommendations on when an alternative grade should be used, see below:

Application Toughness First Choice Wear resistance
Roughing GC4235 GC4225​ GC4215​
GC2035 GC2025 GC2015
GC4215 GC3215 GC3210/GC3205*
GC1115 H10 GC1810
GC1115/H13A GC1105 GC1105

*GC3210 nodular cast iron, GC3205 grey cast iron
For cutting data recommendations, see main catalog.

​Tool holding

Bending stiffness and torque transmissions are the most important factors when choosing a tool holder for boring operations. For best stability and hole quality, use Coromant Capto® coupling or HydroGrip holding tools.

Coromant Capto® coupling is the only modular tooling system designed for all metal cutting operations, including all hole making methods. The same cutting tools and adapters can be used in different applications and machines. This makes it possible to standardize one tooling system for the entire workshop. Remember the following:

  • Choose the shortest possible adapter
  • Choose the strongest possible adapter
  • If reduction is needed, use tapered version, if possible
  • For long overhangs (>4 × DCSFMS), use dampened adapters
  • For long overhangs, ensure rigid clamping with flange contact to the spindle, if possible
Choice of adapters/chucks for boring 
 
​ ​ Adapter and chuck systems​
Choose coupling/chuck first,
then adapters/chucks​​
Coromant Capto​® CoroChuck™ 930
Shrink fit
adapter​
Collet chuck
adapter​
+++ Very good Torque transmission +++ +++ +++ +++
++ Good Run-out +++ +++ +++ +++
+ OK Balance +++ +++ +++ +++
Boring tool couplings​ ​
CoroBore® 820​ Coromant Capto​® 1​
DuoBore™ Coromant Capto​® 1​
HeavyDuty​ Coromant Capto​® 1​
CoroBore® 825​ 1​ 2​ 3​
Cylindrical​ 1​
Fine boring head 391.37A/B​ Coromant Capto®
1 ​ = First Choice​
2​ 3​ = Complementary Choice​

 

Coromant Capto® system – First Choice

 

First Choice should always be tools with Coromant Capto® coupling, which offers excellent repeatability and the best stability characteristics on the market. ​
CoroBore® 820​
Coromant Capto® basic holders and adapters​ CoroBore® 825​
DuoBore™
Fine boring head​
CoroBore® 820XL

 

CoroChuck™ 930 – First Choice for boring tools with cylindrical shanks.

 

CoroChuck™ 930 precision chucks have very good run-out precision and high torque transmission thanks to the latest Fulcrum technology. This technology delivers the best pull-out security on the market. ​ ​
​Slender CoroBore® 825 Cylindrical shank​
Heavy duty
Complementary adapters

 

Shrink fit adapters can be used for accessibility purposes. However, CoroBore® 825 with an integrated dampening mechanism is preferable if accessibility is required.​
Shrink fit adapter​ CoroBore® 825 Cylindrical shank
Collet chucks can be used together with CoroBore® 825 cylindrical shanks. However, it is not the optimal solution due to lower clamping forces and larger run out compared to HydroGrip. Furthermore, it is not individually balanced. ​
Collet chuck adapter​ CoroBore® 825 Cylindrical shank​​
 
 
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