With the Walter Cut MX, Tübingen-based Walter AG has designed a tool for grooving and parting off that retains all the best bits from earlier systems while also eliminating the weaknesses of these earlier systems.
Having revolutionised the industry in the past with the Tiger·tec and Tiger·tec Silver coatings, the machining specialists at Walter AG in Tübingen are now making another technological advance. Walter is one of the world’s first companies to present a new technology platform: Tiger·tec Gold – with the WKP35G milling grade.
From 13th to 17th September 2016, Walter AG will be exhibiting its latest developments at the AMB in Stuttgart. Machining experts from across the world will have the chance to see the company’s latest product innovations in the fields of milling, drilling, threading and turning, as well learn about the numerous processes and solutions developed from practical experience.
Milled mating faces are almost always a feature of cast parts. But it is only when the machining process has succeeded in conferring perfectly flat faces that they are able to ensure that, for example, an engine or transmission can run reliably for years to come. Walter’s new M2025 and M2026 finishing face mills are ideally suited to this, combining maximum precision with cost effectiveness.