The remarkable strength-to-weight ratio and highly corrosion-resistant
properties of titanium have resulted in the ever-growing use of this important engineering material in many demanding sectors. Current developments
make the cutting of the material more effective.
In order to comply with market demand, Iscar recently exhibited its next generation, advanced indexable drill and further extended its comprehensive product portfolio with the launch of Sumo-3-Cham – a three flute indexable drill. According to the company it reduces machining cycle times by 50%.
Israel - Bearings are necessary for almost any mechanical system and other items that require rotational motion. Iscar provides comprehensive solutions for bearings applications with efficient tools for parting, trepanning, grooving, profiling and turning operations, the company explains.
Israel – ETMM's Editor-in-Chief, Barbara Schulz, visited Iscar’s headquarters in Tefen in the northern part of Israel in March this year and had the chance to talk to Jacob Harpaz, CEO of Iscar and president of the IMC Group.
Israel – Continuing technical progress in machine tool technology has resulted in thread milling becoming an increasingly popular process. Today’s CNC machine tools provide effective cutting by helical interpolation, which makes thread milling more attractive for manufacturers.
Israel - To ensure survival in today’s marketplace, it is important for companies to gain and maintain a competitive advantage in its target markets. Jacob Harpaz, president of the IMC Group and CEO of Iscar, Israel, explains how the company, which unites a range of renowned cutting tool companies like Iscar, Tungaloy Ingersoll and Taegutec, remains competitive.