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Addressing Metalworking Challenges



Seco's new Jetstream Tooling Duo technology, which uses two highly precise coolant jets to cool the rake and clearance faces of the cutting tool in turning operations, will be on display in Booth 119 at AeroDef 2014.

"At AeroDef 2014 in Booth 119, Seco Tools LLC. will showcase a comprehensive selection of advanced cutting tools for productively and profitably machining precision aircraft parts from extremely tough materials. The selection will include several new milling, turning and holemaking solutions the company has developed in response to specific aerospace and defense manufacturing needs," said a company spokesperson.

New solutions include: the CS100 ceramic grade that allows for higher cutting speeds when rough machining nickel-based superalloys; double-sided high-feed wiper inserts with an M6 chipbreaker for roughing and semi-finishing steel alloys; TH1000 and TH1500 grades that offer wear resistance when turning superalloys and hardened steels; Turbo helical cutters for aggressive metal removal in shouldering operations; Jetstream Tooling Duo technology that uses two highly precise coolant jets to cool the rake and clearance faces of the cutting tool in turning operations; and Feedmax PCD drills designed for flexibility and performance in composite machining.

"Other aerospace and defense-related products Seco will have on display during the show include: High Feed 2 milling tools that provide high feed rates and small depths of cut in superalloys; Jabro JHP770 and JHP780 solid carbide end mills that offer high metal removal rates with chatter-free machining in roughing applications; the Jabro JC850 four-flute ball nose cutter for machining carbon fiber reinforced polymers; Jetstream Tooling that directs coolant directly to the insert when turning materials that are poor conductors of heat; the Secomax CBN170 grade for finish turning nickel-based superalloys; the CBN010 grade for turning hardened steels; and ME geometries that allows Seco's Double Octomill face milling cutter to cut freer in tough materials such as titanium, superalloys and Inconel," said the spokesperson.

For more information contact:

Seco Tools Inc.

2805 Bellingham Drive

Troy, MI 48083

248-528-5444

secotools.us@secotools.com

www.secotools.com/us

AeroDef Booth #119

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