Efficient EDC Grooving Insert for Precision Machining Operations

The inserts are mainly used for parting, external grooving, face grooving, internal grooving, profiling and hard part turning.Roughing to finishing.

  • Usage: Turning Inserts

  • Model Number: EDC

Efficient EDC Grooving Insert for Precision Machining Operations Details

Product Information:

EDC-300R0.4 double-ended inserts for parting and grooving with high clamping rigidity. For stable tool life and accuracy.It is a cost-efficient solution for depths in which 2-edged inserts can be used for parting off and external grooving.


Application:

The inserts are mainly used for parting, external grooving, face grooving, internal grooving, profiling and hard part turning.Roughing to finishing.


FAQ:

What is grooving used for?

Grooving or recessing operations, sometimes also called necking operations, are often done on work piece shoulders to ensure the correct fit for mating parts. When a thread is required to run the full length of the part to a shoulder, a groove is usually machined to allow full travel of the nut.


What is face grooving?

When making an axial groove on the face of a component it is important to choose the correct tools. The bending radius of the groove will determine the curve of the tool. Chip evacuation can be a problem in face grooving due to the curved groove.


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Efficient EDC Grooving Insert for Precision Machining Operations - Turning Inserts

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The EDC grooving insert is a specialized cutting tool designed for grooving and parting operations. It features a unique geometry and advanced coating, allowing for precise and efficient machining. This insert is commonly used in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and general machining.

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