Allied Machine’s T-A Pro drill allow penetration rates at speeds nearly 30 per cent faster than other high-performance drillsClick image to enlargeAllied Machine and Engineering’s T-A Pro drill combines material-specific insert geometries, a redesigned drill body and a proprietary coolant-through system to allow penetration rates at speeds nearly 30 per cent faster than other high-performance drills.

Coolant outlets direct maximum flow to the cutting edge, providing quick heat extraction where it is most critical.

Material-specific insert geometries produce impeccable chip formation and the drill body incorporates straight flutes redesigned for maximum coolant flow and excellent rigidity.

It’s available in diameters ranging from 0.4370-in. – 1.882-in. (11.1mm – 47.80mm) and is ideal for holes ranging in stub, 3xD, 5xD, 7xD, 10xD, 12xD, and 15xD depths.

Carbide insert geometries offered initially will cater to steel (P) with AM300 coating; cast iron (K), with TiAlN coating, and; Non-ferrous (N) with TiCN coating.

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MIG welding for collaborative robots

Universal Robots and ARC Specialties have jointly developed the first MIG welding system in North Ameria for collaborative robots, SnapWeld Collaborative Robot Welding. The SnapWeld will be shown for the first time at FABTECH in Chicago.

Fiber laser technology

Coherent has introduced CleanWeld technology, an integrated laser welding approach that reduces spatter and improves process consistency.

Precision drill tip with hardened, polished flutes

The D4120 is an indexable insert drill from Walter that combines superior performance, enhanced precision and cost-effectiveness.

Cutter cartridges for larger workpieces

Walter has expanded its milling program with additions that allow the universal, square system inserts of its M4000 milling line to be used in its F2010 program.

Hard lessons

by Kip Hanson

Making the most of cutting tools in hard milling applications

Tungaloy adds self-centering drill heads to indexable drill head line

Tungaloy’s DrillMeister indexable head drill line now includes the DMC style drill head that features a self-centering chisel edge profile in a new coating grade designed to boost indexable drilling performance.

Large diameter, high speed boring

The Wohlhaupter VolCut insert holder from Allied Machine and Engineering (AMEC) is part of a rough boring system engineered to remove large volumes of material at high speeds and light feed rates in just one cut.

AI pipe welding system

ARC Specialties has developed an artificial intelligence pipe welding system that combines AI, advanced sensors, and the UR5 collaborative robot from Universal Robots.

Wire feeder for robotic steel fabrication

Lincoln Electric's new AutoDrive S is a servo driven wire feed system for robotic welding cells that provides a solution for industries requiring precise automated MIG welding on steel, including trailer manufacturing, automotive and general fabrication applications.

Electrodes for welding railroad frogs, crossings

Hardface Technologies, a business unit of Postle Industries, has introduced a new product for manganese steel railroad frogs and crossings. Postalloy FrogTuff is offered as a flux-cored wire as well as a flux-coated electrode.

Tool presetter for high-precision part manufacture

SST has introduced the SST 4200 tool presetter for high-precision part manufacturing.

Remote module for Flextec welders

The new CrossLinc Remote from Lincoln Electric allows operators to adjust welding settings at the arc, including voltage on a wire feeder or current for stick (SMAW) or TIG (GTAW) welding.

Newly merged Dormer Pramet launches website

The newly merged Dormer Pramet has launhced a new corporate website to bring both companies and their respective technologies together in one location under one corporate identity.

High flexibility tool grinder

Grind and re-sharpen rotationally symmetrical tools with the Walter Helitronic Raptor from United Grinding Group.

Moulding a Winner

by Noelle Stapinsky

Canada’s tool, die and mould sector has again proven its resilience in the face of an economic meltdown

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