Insert tools for lathe refer to cutting tools that use inserts for machining operations in a lathe machine. These tools typically consist of a tool holder and an insert. They provide convenience and cost-effectiveness by allowing easy replacement of the insert when it becomes worn or damaged.
16IR Insert for Precision Threading Operations
16IR Insert for Precision Threading Operations

Code : General Pitch Thread 60°, What is a thread insert called? A threaded insert that is inserted into an object to add a threaded hole. How do threaded inserts work in metal? When the thread inserts for metal.the inserts will create a metal threading point which can be installed and removed many times. ...

RPMT Insert for High-feed Milling and Roughing Applications
RPMT Insert for High-feed Milling and Roughing Applications

Code : RPMT, What is a profile in machining? Profile milling is a type of milling process, usually used to semi-finish or finish the vertical or slanted surfaces, including multi-axis milling of convex and concave shapes in two or three dimensions. Profile milling CNC Sequence is a 2.5 axis sequence. How is milling done? The milling process is removing the materials by performing many separate and small cuts. It is accomplished by using a cutter with many teeth, spinning the cutter at a high speed, or advancing the material through the cutter slowly. ...

SDMT Insert: Stability and Efficiency for Demanding Machining Needs
SDMT Insert: Stability and Efficiency for Demanding Machining Needs

Code : SDMT, What is high speed machining? High-feed milling is a machining method that pairs shallow depth of cut with high feed rate. It can achieve a very high metal-removal rate, high-speed machining to reduce cycle time, increase tool life and productivity. How is milling done? The milling process is removing the materials by performing many separate and small cuts. It is accomplished by using a cutter with many teeth, spinning the cutter at a high speed, or advancing the material through the cutter slowly. ...

SPMT Insert: Precision and Speed Combined for Efficient Machining
SPMT Insert: Precision and Speed Combined for Efficient Machining

Code : SPMT, What is helical milling? Helical milling is a hole-making process in which the milling tool proceeds a helical path while rotates around its own axis, presenting several advantages in relation to conventional drilling. The helical path can be decomposed into axial and tangential directions, combining frontal and peripheral cutting. How do I choose the milling insert? Selecting the milling insert based on the application of demands and the space for the cutting tools. the larger of the insert.the better of the stability . For heavy machining, the insert s...

WCMT Insert for Versatile Drilling and Improved Productivity
WCMT Insert for Versatile Drilling and Improved Productivity

Code : WCMT, What is an indexable drill bit? Indexable drill bits have a fluted body that accepts replaceable cutting inserts to form a cutting edge for drilling holes into workpieces. The inserts can be rotated (indexed) to expose a fresh cutting edge when the old one dulls. What are thread inserts used for? The threaded insert is a sleeve with a threaded interior that can accept a bolt or threaded fastener. The thread insert can be made of different materials with different dimensions, and come in different configurations or tooling. ...

RDKT Insert: Maximize Productivity with Long-lasting Performance
RDKT Insert: Maximize Productivity with Long-lasting Performance

Code : RDKT, What milling method is generally recommended? Down milling is generally recommended. With the down milling method, the burnishing effect can be avoided, resulting in less heat & minimal work-hardening tendency. How is milling done? The milling process is removing the materials by performing many separate and small cuts. It is accomplished by using a cutter with many teeth, spinning the cutter at a high speed, or advancing the material through the cutter slowly. ...

BLMP Insert for Precise and Stable Machining in Fine Finishing
BLMP Insert for Precise and Stable Machining in Fine Finishing

Code : BLMP, How do I choose the milling insert? Selecting the milling insert based on the application of demands and the space for the cutting tools. the larger of the insert.the better of the stability . For heavy machining, the insert size is normally above 1 inch. finishing, the size cans be reduced. What is high speed machining? High-feed milling is a machining method that pairs shallow depth of cut with high feed rate. It can achieve a very high metal-removal rate, high-speed machining to reduce cycle time, increase tool life and productivity. ...

WNMG Insert for Efficient Turning and Boring Operations
WNMG Insert for Efficient Turning and Boring Operations

Code : WNMG, What is roughing machining? The roughing operation in machining is primarily used to remove the bulk material and to approximately shape the workpiece towards the fin- ished form. The manufacturing process described, utilizes a three-axis CNC machine with an indexable fourth axis device that is used to hold and rotate the workpiece. What is the difference between rough turning and finish turning? Rough turning operation aims to machine a piece to within a predefined thickness, by removing the maximum amount of material in the shortest possible time, disregarding the accuracy and surface...

BDMT Insert for High-speed Turning and Boring Operations
BDMT Insert for High-speed Turning and Boring Operations

Code : BDMT, What is called milling? Milling is the process of machining using rotary cutters to remove material by advancing a cutter into a workpiece. This may be done varying direction on one or several axes, cutter head speed, and pressure. What are types of milling? Shoulder milling. Face milling. Profile milling. Groove milling and parting off. Chamfer milling. Turn milling. Gear machining. Holes and cavities/ pocketing. ...

VBET Insert for Reliable Performance in Turning and Boring Operations
VBET Insert for Reliable Perfor mance in Turning and Boring Operations

Code : VBET, What is a machining insert? Inserts are removable cutting tips, which means they are not brazed or welded to the tool body. They are usually indexable, meaning that they can be exchanged, and often also rotated or flipped, without disturbing the overall geometry of the tool (effective diameter, tool length offset, etc.). ...