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    Direct tapping with no tool breakage

    Yamawa will be introducing the new family of ACHSP taps that reportedly enables a significant reduction of production time in the manufacturing of aluminum workpieces requiring the threading of cored holes.

    30 Jun. 2017
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    The new Yamawa ACHSP series of taps reduces the processing time for the production of threads in aluminum die castings.

    According to the manufacturers, the time reduction is possible because the taps feature a special frontal cutting-edge geometry that allows tapping directly, skipping the calibration phase and at the same time eliminating the risk of tool breakage. As is explained, this breakage is usually very frequent because of the reduced or irregular dimensions of the cored holes. Further performance-enhancing design features include the through coolant, the combination of an ultrafine grain carbide substrate with a film of special coating to minimize both tool wear and chipping, and a reinforced shank to improve tap rigidity.

    Contact: Giacomo Scheich, Yamawa Europe S.p.A.
    Tel. +39 041 952543
    E-mail: media@yamawa.eu
    Website: www.yamawa.eu

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