Tungaloy has announced that its TungMeister series of exchangeable-head end milling system now includes long-flute end milling heads and new high-rigidity shank holders.
With TungMeister, significant reduction in tool changeover time can be achieved through the ability to replace used heads instead of an entire tool. Since it takes no more than one minute for tool exchange, setup time can be significantly reduced to as short as one tenth of the time it would typically take to replace solid carbide end mills for maximum productivity and cost effectiveness.
Responding to market demands, TungMeister now offers a range of VEH-style square shoulder end milling heads whose maximum cutting depth (APMX) is twice the length of that of the existing range. This provides the new VEH head with a capability of 1.5xD. Its variable-pitch and variable-helix cutting edge design, combined with tapered core geometry, will enhance the tool’s chatter stability while machining at demanding depths of cut.
The new VSSD-style shank holder is offered with thicker shank diameters than those of the existing range, increasing the tool’s flexural rigidity by 200 percent to 320 percent for added more reliable and productive machining.
With over 13,000 possible head-shank combinations available, TungMeister is able to readily provide tooling flexibility that enables users to find a solution for almost every application.
Ten VEH-style end milling heads and five VSSD-style shank holders are added in this expansion.
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