EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September

    EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September
    Trends Cutting Tools

    Solution for easy-cut and highly dynamic applications

    Fraisa has expanded its tool family of MB-NVDS (MFC or Multi-Functional Cutting) tools. While the MB-NVDS tools already introduced on the market achieve high performance in finishing and conventional HPC (High-Feed Cutting) roughing operations, the focus of the program extension is on HDC (High Dynamic Cutting) processing, which is claimed to increase productivity and process reliability over HPC milling.

    18 Sep. 2017
    Fraisa has expanded its family of MB-NVDS tools (MFC). The new cutters are designed for HDC (High Dynamic Cutting) applications.

    The new MFC tools and their robust cutting edge geometry are seen by the German manufacturers as ideally suitable for penetrating and milling out the component using the entire length of the cutting edge. Machining forces, power consumption and torque input are reduced thanks to soft and low-vibration cutting. Furthermore, thanks to the redesigned double groove and continuous polished teeth, it is now said to be possible to absorb greater thermal and mechanical loads during HDC trochoidal machining. The new MB-NVDS 5.2xd version can be used to make deep holes and attain extremely high material removal rates during HDC-S milling, a combination of HDC and HSC (High-Speed Cutting) operations. In addition, the Tool Expert MFC software developed specifically for the MFC family has been updated with many new application possibilities and now provides an outstanding overview of the broad range of uses of the tool family. For instance, comprehensive cutting data has been compiled for the new MB-NVDS-MFC milling cutters and incorporated into the upgraded software. With just a few clicks, the exhibitors maintain, users can select the material, application and tool and obtain the parameters that need to be programmed for their specific machine control or CAM system.

    Contact: Michael Ohlig, Fraisa GmbH
    Tel. +49 2154 489 84-0
    E-mail: michael.ohlig@fraisa.de
    Website: www.fraisa.com

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