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Sandvik Coromant has launched an extension to its range of silent tools milling adaptors.

Available in lengths 4-5xD, these new dampened adaptors can provide more than 50 per cent productivity increases over undampened assemblies.

The full benefits of the patented dampening mechanism can be seen when applied to a wide variety of milling operations.

The adaptors will enhance surface finishing significantly, even with increased cutting data, allow longer engagement milling cycles through increased temperature limitation and the possibility to channel coolant through the arbor, increases tool life.

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