Some three years after the merger between Dormer Tools and Pramet Tools, Dormer Pramet’s combined product portfolio now includes a wide selection of rotary and insert tools for drilling, milling, threading and turning for general mechanical engineering. The company heralds it as one of the most - if not the most - diverse portfolios of its kind on the market. With over 30 branch offices, Dormer Pramet also boasts a comprehensive customer service and technical support team that operates on over 100 markets around the world, supported by state-of-the-art production facilities in Europe and South America and a global sales network.
Precision tool manufacturer Dormer Pramet is at EMO HANNOVER 2017 to present not just a new logo but also product innovations such as the carbide drills from the new Force X range and the new Force AD universal 90° milling cutter. "Even though we already have a well-established global reputation," says Stefan Steenstrup, President of Dormer Pramet, "EMO HANNOVER 2017 will be an important building block in our future development and allow us to establish long-term growth both in Germany and in key markets all over the world." Steenstrup, who will be at the company's stand at EMO HANNOVER 2017, says Dormer Pramet's major highlights in Hannover will include the carbide drills from the new Force X range. All the drills feature the unique Continuously Thinned Web (CTW) technology, which is designed to ensure consistent performance and repeatability for a variety of machines and conditions from 3xD to 8xD. Steenstrup notes that the robust web design reduces thrust requirements during drilling, thus delivering a dual benefit of improving both performance and tool life. As a flagship product from the indexable insert range, Force AD universal 90° milling cutters will also feature prominently among Dormer Pramet’s EMO highlights. Steenstrup says that, as with Force X carbide drills, the Force AD range is the ideal choice both for general engineering applications and contract work thanks to the combination of solid performance and ramping, helical interpolation and insertion in a variety of different materials.