Iscar Metals, Inc.

300 Westway Pl.
Arlington , TX 76018-1021 US


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Carbide milling insert for use with an indexable multi-flute milling tool.

Small Indexable Tools for Live Tooling
Live tooling spindles—motorized spindles in a CNC lathe turret that hold a drill, end mill or other tools—have been getting more powerful in recent years: it’s no longer uncommon for them to reach 10,000 rpm at upwards of 5 hp (3.73 kW) for a short time period.

Developing tools and programs through cloud-based information can accelerate operations.

Speeding Production with Digital Tooling
More than product specs for the cloud crowd, this approach to machining setup can massively accelerate things—both the planning and the operation.

IMTS 2016 Preview
About the Event The 2016 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) marks the 31st edition of the event which will take place September 12-17, 2016, at McCormick Place in Chicago.

Removing Metal
Some things remain the same. But there are also significant changes in the area of cutting metal.

On Mfg
Horizontal CMM; VMC for Large Parts; Tools for Turning, Milling

On Mfg
Waterjet; Stretch Wrapping; Face Milling for Cast Iron/Steel Components.

Tooling Topic
From grooving to honing, here are some new tools that you ought to be aware of for better production.

Advances in Metalcutting
Grooving & SlittingGrooving and slitting ops are facilitated by a new family of tools launched by Sandvik Coromant ( There is the CoroMill 329 cutter, which deploys CoroCut two-edge inserts and a strong V-rail clamping interface.

Faster Cutting: Cut In Balance
Somewhere between higher spindle speeds and cutting tool performance capabilities lies the answer to the dilemma of achieving higher feed rates without sacrificing accuracy and productivity. Perhaps it's the toolholder...

Conquest GT27

Turning the Corner on Productivity
Whether it's a machine running at higher speeds with better control or cutting tools that can keep up with the machine, turning productivity is definitely improving. Here's a look at a few of the products that are keeping the pace.

Cutting Tools: New Alternatives for Some Tough Jobs
Here's a look at some of the new tools—and some of their applications—that can help produce parts faster.