EMO Hannover 2019,
16 - 21 September
While CO-type chip breakers only redirect the chips, the new »IC-plus world`s best« chip breaker will already guide chips with a cutting depth (ap) of 0.01 mm. The ...
As is so often the case, great innovations remain behind closed doors because one does not even get the idea of questioning how many everyday objects are produced. ...
Monoblock Diamond Milling Cutter for face and square angle milling of all aluminium alloys
Another innovation of LACH-DIAMANT for the automotive and accessories ...
CBN inserts with »chipbreaker«* – another innovation of LACH DIAMANT
With the development of the »chipbreaker« for the turning of hardened steels and cast iron, ...
Jakob Lach laid the foundation for the present company in 1922. In the beginning, in Hanau, the »city of precious jewelry«, natural diamonds were cut and ground into jewelry diamonds, called brilliants by up to 600 diamond cutters. In 1932 industrial diamonds and diamond tools were added, which, in 1950, finally replaced the jewelry diamonds.Before the background of a modern industry, strengthened by new technologies, such as the development of synthetic diamonds, LACH DIAMANT became a worldwide leading manufacturer of diamond and CBN tools and a supplier of special machines for the manufacturing and sharpening of all polycrystalline diamond tools for the processing of aluminium and plastics (PCB, GRP, GFRP etc.) as well as all wood and wood-like materials.
New at EMO
The “World’s best” PCD Chipbreaker and Chip Guide Step for process-reliable Turning of Aluminium Alloys – the Cost Killers
LACH DIAMANT presents at EMO in Hanover
50 years of Grinding with CBN-BorazonT
A quantum leap which revolutionized the grinding of hardened steels.
LACH DIAMANT at EMO in Hanover
Efficient Machining of Aluminium:
The trend in milling is towards PCD monoblock…
LACH DIAMANT presents at EMO 2019
PCD Diamond Drill
Perfect for Green Carbide and Green Ceramics
More detailed information from your LACH DIAMANT consultant – and of course during your visit at EMO – hall 4, stand D40