EMO 2019 / Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) EMO debut for UK company

Editor: Steffen Donath

ITC will attend EMO for the first time this year. The company is looking to widen their reach and advertise their new milling range in Hannover in September.

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Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) will be making its exhibition debut at this year’s EMO show in Hannover.
Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) will be making its exhibition debut at this year’s EMO show in Hannover.
(Source: ITC)

On Stand F47 in Hall 5, the round tooling company will be looking to add to its existing network of European distributors whilst introducing the latest additions its trochoidal milling range.

The company will introduce their 5021 Series of 5-flute end mills that are available with a square-end and now also a complete range of corner radii. This Cupro coated long length end mill with a harmonic flute geometry for improved chip evacuation and extended tool life is available from 3 to 25 mm diameter with an overall length from 58 to 150 mm and a flute length from 9 to 40 mm.

The composition of the 5021 Series makes it the tool of choice for machining steel and exotic materials that inherently increase the temperature and stress on the cutting tool, according to the company.

Completing the latest line-up of 5-flute innovations is the new 5041 Series that has been introduced to provide manufacturers with extended reach when machining challenging materials.

The solid carbide end mills are manufactured from a micro-grain carbide substrate with ITC’s Cupro coating technology that dissipates heat, prolongs tool life and consistency; providing a robust platform for high-performance machining of deep pockets and cavities.

From the 6-flute trochoidal milling stable, ITC will be giving an EMO exhibition premiere to the new 6051 Series. With the choice of a square-end or multiple corner radii, the long-length centre cutting range has a harmonic fluting design that cuts through steel and exotic materials with ease. This new development is supported by the 6011-F, 6021-F and 6031-F with countless other ranges suitable for trochoidal machining.