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Sandvik Coromant is a world leading supplier of tools, tooling solutions and know-how to the metalworking industry.

With extensive investments in research and development it creates unique innovations and sets new productivity standards together with customers. These include the world's major automotive, aerospace and energy industries. Sandvik Coromant offers world-class products for turning, milling, drilling and tool holding. In addition it provides process and application knowledge within machining.

Sandvik Coromant has more than 25 well-equipped Productivity Centres around the world. In Canada, the Productivity Centre is located at the Canadian company's headquarters in Misssissauga, ON. These centres provide hands-on solutions to improve efficiency and productivity. All training courses are designed to help recognize what is best in your production and to pinpoint areas that may need improvement. 


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Sandvik Coromant

Steve de Kleine joints Komet in Canada

Steve de Kleine has joined Komet of Canada Tooling Solutions, Mississauga, ON, as technical specialist.

Cutting tools: Turning tools metal tech report

Horn USA
CVD coated diamond tools
CVD thick-film tools are harder than PCD and twice as wear-resistant.

Dispensing with Tradition

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Industrial vending machines bring order to tool crib chaos 

Alberta: Growth in the Works

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Calgary shop believes big moves make sense while you’re still small

The world according to Iscar

Iscar has recently launched its Iscar World app, which consolidates all of the company's online apps, interfaces, and product catalogs in a single space.

Drive Time?

by Noelle Stapinsky

In the face of a global pandemic, the questions facing Canada’s automotive supply sector will shape the industry for years to come

Getting an educational edge on machining

Local manufacturers had the opportunity to learn about the latest machining innovations at a joint supplier event held at machine tool distributor Ferro Technique's Mississauga, ON, facility.

Milling MetalTech Report April

BIG Daishowa Speed Finisher

BIG Kaiser

  • face mill for aluminum or cast iron
  • adjustable cutting edges to within 1μm of each other for mirror-like finishes through maximum speeds up to 20,000 rpm
  • fast cutting adjustment with optional presetter to cut adjustment time
  • pilot holes of 22 mm diameter for the 50 mm and 63 mm diameter cutters, and 27mm diameter for the 80mm diameter cutter
Tilting tools

by Kip Hanson

Turn mill operators are faced with a bewildering number of tooling choices

Improved square shoulder milling

Seco has released another advancement for the square shoulder milling process with its new Turbo 10 cutting tool for most roughing, semi-finishing and finishing operations. The cutter offers improved tool life and precision by optimizing cutting properties that reduce heat generation and cutting forces.

Gold-coated tooling clearly indicates wear

New Tiger·tec Gold PVD grade WSP45G from Walter pushes the boundaries of what a cutting tool material can be expected to accomplish.

New tools for hybrid stacked materials

The JC899 Hybrid Stack finisher and JC898 rougher from Seco Tools are ideal solutions for holemaking and milling operations in hybrid stacked materials.

Automotive tooling solutions from Iscar

Constantly changing factors such as unstable oil prices, ever more demanding environmental protection legislations and the evolution of more efficient technologies ensures a continually changing global automotive market place. These factors also increase the ongoing competition between carmakers and OEMs and dictate today's automotive industry manufacturing trends.

Ream team

by Kip Hanson

Cutting tool manufacturers weigh in on the benefits of reaming

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