Advanced Engineering: ITC to present innovative lines

UK manufacturer of cutting tools, Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC), has announce its participation at the Advanced Engineering Show at the Birmingham NEC in November.

The Tamworth cutting tool manufacturer will be showcasing all of its latest innovations on Stand S170 at the show that takes place on the 1st and 2nd November.

The Advanced Engineering Show will provide manufacturers with an opportunity to investigate all the new product lines and participate in face-to-face discussions with experts. For ITC, its cutting tool experts will be on hand to introduce the very latest cutting tool technologies from the UK manufacturing brand as well as the latest innovations from partners such as Widia, Big Kaiser, Kemmler and Bass. With many of these technology partners presenting world premières from the EMO show in September, the ITC stand at Advanced Engineering will be the first opportunity to see these new products in the UK.

With an outstanding reputation for the quality, consistency and performance of its solid carbide end mills, drills and thread milling ranges; ITC is continually evolving its portfolio to meet the needs of the industry. One of the ITC products that has reaped rewards since its launch and will interest advanced manufacturing companies at the show is the 6054 Series of end mill. Developed for the machining of steel and exotic material types, the geometry of the 6054 Series has a centre cutting geometry with harmonic fluting to maximise material removal rates and swarf evacuation whilst minimising vibration to enhance surface finishes and tool life. This chip evacuation impresses with its extremely efficient chip breakers. The 6-flute series 6054 Series is available with diameter options of 6, 8, 10, 12, 16 and 20mm with a length of cut from 18mm on the 6mm diameter tool through to 60mm on the 20mm diameter end mills.

With ITC’s Widia experts present at the November event, the indexable insert line from this globally renowned brand will also be available for show visitors to view. One tool that will be of interest is the impressive Widia M1600 face mill series. Destined to be a crowd-pleaser alongside the M1600 is the impressive M8065HD milling system for machining steel and cast-iron materials. Designed with eight cutting edges and extra-wide chip gashes, the new M8065HD can achieve unfathomable depths of cut while producing high metal removal rates during face and shoulder milling operations.

ITC has an unparalleled line of solid carbide and indexable drills in its armoury, and at Advanced Engineering 2023, this will be showcased with the expanded range of indexable inserts added to the Widia Top Drill TDMX modular drilling line. This expanded series is the perfect complement to the Tamworth manufacturers' ITC solid carbide drilling lines.

As a leader in high-precision tooling systems, ITC will introduce the Big Kaiser range and in particular, the expanded line-up of Smart Damper-equipped, arbour-style face mill holders. Capable of supporting face mills with diameters of 80mm or 100mm with an arbour pilot diameter of 27mm, the Smart Damper delivers incredible performance improvements.

Also on show from Big Kaiser will be the Mega Synchro Tapping Chuck. The innovative tapping chuck has a special function built-in to compensate for synchronisation errors during rigid tapping. ITC will also be showing a Karnasch range of Micro and Composite tools.

Stand S170

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