Inovatools / AMB Milling cutter with special geometry permits larger paths
Tool manufacturer Inovatools will present high-quality precision tools for the metal machining industry, from threaded tools, mills, drills, reamers and counterbores to gauges, saw blades and special solutions as well as a comprehensive portfolio of additional services at AMB.
A highlight at Inovatool's booth will be the new CSC Curve Max milling cutters that are available in a conical or tangential design. The four-edged cutter is said to be ideal for finishing applications. The company says that the CNC strategy is an example of how it combined new high-performance CAM software with powerful processing centres and innovative tooling to develop new cutting techniques.
Curve Max features special geometries to permit larger path distances and line jumps during pre-finishing and finishing. The working radius is larger than that of a traditional full-radius mill, while having the same diameter. This increases surface quality and shortens processing times.
Other tools on show include the Fight Max HPC mill series for machining steel materials, the Inox series as well as the high-end Primus HPC aluminum roughing end mill, which comes complete with internal cooling and multi-turning technology.
The Fight Max Inox VHM-HPC roughing and finishing milling cutter has a special geometry and chip removal technology. This allows for defined edge-preparation to ensure robust and high-performance milling. Also a smooth high-performance Duocon coating enhances service life, even at high feed rates and cutting speeds.
The Primus tool, on the other hand, has a unique design with a special entwined tooth system, edge preparation, optimised micro-geometry and high-performance Ta-C coating. All this, according to Inovatools, allow for consistently quiet, low-vibration, energy-efficient performance even at extremely high feed rates.
At AMB, Inovatools will be in Hall 3, Booth C50.