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Horn introduces Boehlerit ISO turning tools with internal cooling

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Horn introduces Boehlerit ISO turning tools with internal cooling
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Under the joint cooperation between Horn, Germany and Boehlerit, Austria, whereby both sell each other's tooling, Ringwood-based Horn Cutting Tools has announced the availability of Boehlerit's new turning toolholders with connections for internal coolant supply. They are available from stock with toggle clamp (ISO-P) and screw clamp (ISO-S) systems, allowing manufacturers to benefit from the productivity advantages of cooling directly at the cutting edge.

The P variety is suitable for all ISO indexable inserts. There are no loose parts and only a few spares are required, making them easy to handle. Inserts can be clamped quickly and securely and released easily. Chip flow is smooth, as there are no obstructions. The S toolholders also enable the insert to be secured simply and safely, in this case using a cone-shaped positioning screw. Here too, chip flow is not compromised and a maximum of three spare parts is needed. In both cases, the coolant is supplied at the back of the shank end as standard or from below the head as an option.

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