With its new grooving systems Guhring is extending its product portfolio with stationary tools for turning operations. In addition to the worldwide most comprehensive programme of rotary cutting tools we have supplemented the subject area with turning and grooving tools. Systems 104 and 106 for boring out, grooving, axial grooving, threading and broaching as well as system 305, a triple exchangeable indexable insert for external and internal machining.
Now for EMO 2017, clamping holders for long turning as well as modular holders are added to the systems 104 and 106. Furthermore, the range of cutting inserts was extended in diameter, radii and length dimensions. System 305 will be added with a sintered chip geometry, threading inserts as well as an extension of the clamping holder spectrum.
Unequalled in-house manufacturing depth
This rapid development is also made possible by the enormous manufacturing depth of Guhring, which also reaps benefit with a new product group. In-house carbide production, specifically developed machines and coatings from the in-house R&D – the way Guhring manages all its products. Now not only with rotary but also with stationary tools.
With the comprehensive programme extension with grooving tools Guhring more than satisfies the claim to be a complete supplier: With the new market- and user-friendly additions the programme consists close to 8,000 products.
System 104 is added by numerous holder options. Clamping holders in inch sizes are now also part of the standard programme as well as machine specific shanks for Star, Tornos and Citizen machines.
Holders with Polygon and HSK-T shank as well as numerous new options with square shank can be found in the programme extension.
System 106 is extended to the same extent as system 104 in the clamping holder sector. In addition, a suitable tool can be selected from a significantly more comprehensive portfolio of cutting inserts. New high-lights include:
Numerous options are available in up to 7 different neck lengths and 5 different corner radii. For machining holes with micro-precision tools, systems 104 and 106 already count as the most comprehensive systems on the market.
There are also comprehensive product additions to system 305. This includes: