New Boring Bar from Kyocera

17 March 2009

KYOTO/NEUSS – With the introduction of "Dynamic Bars", the Japanese technology concern Kyocera – a specialist in the area of fine ceramic products – is presenting its new series of boring bars. The integrated, streamlined chip flute provides improved chip evacuation and guarantees high productivity while optimising operating safety.

Developed using the application of the latest computer simulation technologies and featuring a special alloy, Kyocera's new boring bar series "Dynamic Bars" clearly reduces vibration and ensures steady chip evacuation. The streamlined chip flute is the detail that accounts for smooth chip evacuation. It is more than 1.2 times as long as conventional models and as a result has the capacity to remove the chips smoothly. Insufficient or poor chip evacuation can lead to surface damage of the work piece. Compared to normal steel boring bars, the Dynamic Bar is considerably more stable. And the special alloy composition of the Dynamic Bar reduces vibration to a minimum.
The maximum protruding length of the tool is up to 5.5 x D, compared to a factor of five in earlier models. For quality assurance, Kyocera has subjected its new product to comprehensive wear analyses.
Kyocera supplies finished products and components to all sectors of the processing industry. It has been making cutting tools since 1975.

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