In order to make the vertical and surface changes, Sandvik Coromant introduced core to 300, improved the quality of the parts, improved the processing efficiency, and extended the service life of the steel operation. The Coro round 300 features stable insertion clamps and high chip control, tool life and surface finish.
Through the patent iLock interface, you can achieve a stable insert lock for coro transition 300. The system is securely locked in place to prevent the cutting force from influencing tool position. ILock provides the tool accuracy of 0.05 mm (0.002 inch), enabling operators to provide repeatability for better surface handling and increased tool life.
In GC4325 and GC4315, the coro round 300’s eight-blade insert can be obtained, which is a one-way crystal orientation with high wear resistance and long life. Unique insertion designs have excellent chip crushing performance and less hard alloy, which reduces the impact on the environment and reduces waste or recycled materials. With more edges, you can better control inventory.
Another way coro round 300 provides chip crushing capability is by high accuracy (HP) under coolant and coolant. The coolant above controls the chip’s fracture and is used for safe processing, and under the control of the coolant, it can control long and predictable tool life. The other features of the tool are the various sizes of the Coromant cap interface, and the quick start (QS) shanks, which supports quick tool changes and simple coolant connections to maximize production time.
John is winter Sandvik Coromant product experts, he said: “the coro round 300 integrates iLock, Inveio and the latest progress on the technique of high precision of coolant, the cutting edge insert 8, 80 degrees, will be tempered by the next century. This is an ideal tool for high volume outer diameter (OD) steel transfer, where tool life and process safety are required.
“The design of coro’s turn 300 is to achieve excellent performance during a rotation process, while processing efficiency maximizes the utilization of the machine,” says Stefan Wernh.