Lach Diamant Face milling system grows tougher after losing weight

Editor: Eric Culp

The supplier also offers PCD insert regrinding or replacement.

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The unit expands on a previous company design.
The unit expands on a previous company design.
(Source: Lach Diamant)

Lach Diamant’s has announced the introduction of a new CFM (cartridge face milling) system designed for PCD cutting edges up to a diameter of 400mm.

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The unit it is said to be derived from the company’s existing PCD monobloc concept, has a cutting capacity of up to 6,000m/min and features a radius-shaped chip space.

The steel body is claimed to be more robust but without being heavier, and the coolant outlet is located opposite the PCD cutting edge.

The CFM face milling cutter is delivered complete with finished and justified PCD inserts and is ready for immediate installation and use.

Lach Diamant said it removes used PCD inserts, for either regrinding or replacement, and said it offers a service turnaround of seven working days.

According to the supplier, the total package available means that users do not incur assembly and set-up expenditures and nor do they have to carry an inventory of spare and wear parts.

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