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Tungaloy Eliminates Coolant Hose Connections With TungTurn-Jet

Tungaloy Eliminates Coolant Hose Connections with TungTurn-Jet

Tungaloy has expanded its TungTurn-Jet solution, a high pressure coolant turning tool system, to include coolant-through toolholders and PSC/VDI (DIN69880) adapters. This combination eliminates the need for hoses, fittings and spare parts that are commonly needed for coolant-through tooling.

The TungTurn-Jet system strategically directs the internal coolant jet to an optimal position, close to the cutting point on the insert rake face. This provides effective chip control especially during the machining of exotic materials, which is not the case with conventional external coolant supply methods. The holder also feeds the other coolant jet from the bottom to minimize flank wear for increased insert life and productivity.

The new TungTurn-Jet holder uses internal channels in the toolholder to deliver coolant supplied directly from the machine turret through the holder out to the nozzle, streamlining tool handling and setup for reduced machine downtime. Since there is no need for conventional external hoses to be set up, chip bird-nesting on the hoses are a thing of the past. The latest additions to the TungTurn-Jet system include TungModular system holders for grooving, parting, and thread-turning, as well as ISO external turning holders.

 

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Blaser Swisslube Hosts Live Webinars

Blaser Swisslube Hosts Live Webinars

Blaser Swisslube is offering in-depth live webinars (blaser.com/webinars) for the coming weeks and months on topics such as coolant maintenance, microbiology and the underestimated leverage effect of the metalworking fluid on total costs.

Since physical meetings are hardly possible at the moment, Blaser Swisslube has quickly changed to online company tours and trainings. Anybody interested in the power of the metalworking fluid can therefore easily refresh their knowledge and learn new things.

“From basics to expertise, from analysis to monitoring and maintenance, our machining experts and chemists help you fully capitalise on the potential of your machines and tools and turn your metalworking fluid into a key success factor – a Liquid Tool”, explains CEO Marc Blaser the background of Blaser’s current training series.

Blaser Swisslube started on April 2, 2020 with internal online courses, so that employees can use the challenging time for their further training. In the first five weeks, the in-house Blaser College held in total 176 live sessions, which were attended by over 3200 employees as well as business partners and customers from all over the world. Moreover, since April 30, Blaser has been offering live events for the entire machining world. In the first of a series of webinars, attended by over 1000 people,

Chief Technology Officer Bernhard Gerber provided a look behind the scenes at the headquarters in Switzerland. He talked to machining experts and chemists from Blaser’s technology center and laboratory about the strong leverage effect of the metalworking fluid on crucial performance indicators such as tool life, cycle time, work piece quality and machinist satisfaction, as well as about the importance of regular monitoring and maintenance.

Since Blaser Swisslube has had positive experiences with its online trainings, they will remain an integral part of the training offer after the corona crisis. “We will focus on online and live trainings to provide our customers and partners with in-depth knowledge and experience,” concludes Marc Blaser.

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What To Do With Your Coolant During Longer Production Stops?

What To Do With Your Coolant During Longer Production Stops?

The machines may not be running, but you need to monitor and maintain your metalworking fluid anyway. A production stop, triggered by a virus or anything else, may also be a good opportunity to clean your machines and fill them with new coolant.

READ: How A Metalworking Fluid Can Be Critical Success Factor

Chemistry and microbiology continue to be active in your water-miscible metalworking fluid even when the machines are not running. The fluid doesn’t circulate anymore and there’s no supply with fresh emulsion. All this can lead to severe problems such as bad smell, corrosion of machine parts and splitting of the emulsion.

READ: Blaser Swisslube Discusses How Liquid Tool Achieves the Milestone

You therefore need to decide whether you maintain your coolant during the production stop or whether it’s a good opportunity to dispose your old coolant, clean your machines and get them ready for future production.

Two options – maintain or dispose

Water-miscible metalworking fluids cannot be left on their own. They need to be monitored and maintained regularly to ensure the stability of the emulsion. Cutting and grinding oils do not need any specific precautions. However, the production stop may be a good opportunity to clean the machines and change to a new oil.

Blaser Swisslube has compiled knowledge and recommendations for coolant care and machine cleaning and will help you find the solution that is best for you.

 

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How A Metalworking Fluid Can Be Critical Success Factor

How A Metalworking Fluid Can Be Critical Success Factor

What prompted Yida Precision Engineering to switch to a new coolant fluid for its 17 machines? Read on to find out. Article by Blaser Swisslube.

Established in 2006, Yida Precision Engineering is an ISO-certified company operating from a 6,000 square feet facility and supporting customers with cost-effective, time-sensitive and quality assured precision engineering solutions.

The Singapore-based company employs around 50 people and serves industries such as the oil and gas, aerospace, semiconductor, as well as consumer electronics. Yida Precision Engineering always thrives for continuous improvement and serves their customers in the best possible way.

In an effort to achieve improvements in the workshop, including cleaner machines and better maintenance, Steven Boh, sales executive at Yida Precision, was keen to know more about Blaser Synergy 735.

Trials and results

Johnny Chia of Blaser Swisslube Singapore visited Yida Precision. “At the customer site, we first evaluated the given parameters such as water quality, materials to be machined, and the processes. Then, we recommended the appropriate coolant solution,” he explained.

Convinced that the new Synergy 735 is the perfect match for Yida Precision, Blaser experts convinced Boh, a long-time customer of Blaser’s, for a trial.

And so, the first machine was filled. For a period of four weeks, Boh and his team tested the new coolant in-depth.

“Synergy 735 convinced us with easy maintenance, and better tool life even for exotic alloys. Better surface finishing and better visibility trump up. As the colour of the coolant is transparent, we have a better view of the operation,” explained Boh.

But that is not all. He also saved money due to the lower concentration of Synergy 735. Thanks to the ideal formulation of Synergy 735, the coolant ensures long-term cleanliness of the machine. On top of that, the operators also profit from a cleaner workshop.

“With the new coolant solution, we were able to improve our competitiveness towards players from other countries,” said Boh. After the test-run, he switched all of his 17 machines to the new synthetic coolant, which features longer tool life and ensures a cleaner workshop.

Not only did Synergy 735 proved itself, but the continuous amazing customer service from Blaser Swisslube did as well. Blaser not only helped in regards to the coolant, but also provided Yida Precision valuable advice when it comes to machining strategy and programming.

Productivity, economic efficiency and machining quality are factors that critically depend on the choice and the quality of the metalworking fluid. “With our profound know-how and experience, customized services and excellent products, we help our customers to fully capitalize on the potential of machines and tools and to turn the metalworking fluid into a key success factor – a Liquid Tool,” said Marc Blaser, CEO of Blaser Swisslube.

 

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Seco Tools:  Jetstream Tooling High-Pressure Coolant

Seco Tools: Jetstream Tooling High-Pressure Coolant

Seco Tools’ Jetstream Tooling threading turning holders deliver a concentrated high-pressure jet of coolant —up to 150 bar/2,175 psi or hose connections for up to 275 bar/3,988 psi coolant inlets—to the optimum position close to the cutting edge making it possible to guide or steer chips a certain direction away from the cut.

The toolholders are available in 22 external, 28 internal and 14 GL-heads types in insert pocket sizes of 16, 22 and 27. For parts made from titanium or similar materials, Jetstream Tooling technology is capable of breaking the tough threading chips to increase tool life.

When threading steel and stainless steel, the improved chip control of the new thread turning tools allow for potentially 30 percent to 60 percent higher cutting speeds without compromising thread surface quality.

Arno Werkzeuge Holder With Targeted Coolant

Arno Werkzeuge Holder With Targeted Coolant

Arno Werkzeuge is expanding its product range with through tool coolant holders integrated with precise coolants straight to the cutting edge.

The holder is available in shank sizes 12 x 12 and 16 x 16. The coolant inlet is individually placed, it can be inserted from the rear of the holder or the side. Various threaded connectors are also available. Efficient cooling of the insert cutting edge protects coatings which can be deteriorate due temperature changes. Swarf control is improved even on problematic materials, owing to secure and reliable machining.

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Keeping Pace With Production

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When perfect volume cuts are required in wet or dry cutting situations, the solution lies with a high-performance automatic circular saw.

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Sandvik Coromant: Corobore 826

Sandvik Coromant: Corobore 826

Sandvik Coromant has taken another step in the development of fine boring technology by introducing CoroBore 826, a groundbreaking high-precision (HP) coolant tool for trouble-free machining and close hole tolerances.

Machine stops caused by chip tangling around the tool or spindle are a common problem in fine boring. With the high-precision nozzle, CoroBore 826 HP directs the high-precision coolant jet to the cutting edge in order to efficiently control and break the chip. Chips are then easily evacuated from the hole. Combined with the user-friendly stepwise scale setting of the tool diameter provides the perfect tool for accurate fine boring.

CoroBore 826 HP is the ideal first choice fine boring tool for requirements in the range of 36–1260 mm (1.417–49.606 inch). It is optimised for process repeatability, hence ensuring excellent surface finish and close hole tolerances.

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