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Ingersoll Cutting Tools has introduced new Form-Master Shear cutter bodies and 8mm inserts.

The new inserts allow higher density cutters for an increase of up to 30 per cent in material removal rate.
Optimal button geometries for all applications enhance productivity, while the cutter designs offer upgraded free shearing performance.
Other features:
• Coarse and fine pitch cutters for various cutting conditions.
• Strong, secure insert clamping system.
• Inch and metric IC button sizes for application flexibility.
• Premium milling grades for ferrous, non-ferrous and high temp alloys ideal for all industries.

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