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Next generation coated PCBN insert grades

For the effective light-to-medium continuous and interrupted turning of high hardened steels, Mitsubishi Materials has developed a new and innovative coated PCBN insert grade, BC8220.

Mitsubishi Materials and MOLDINO: UK synergy

Mitsubishi Hitachi Tool Engineering, a worldwide leading Japanese tool manufacturer of cutting tools for mould and die manufacture, rebranded under the MOLDINO (mould & die + innovation) Tool Engineering name in April 2020.

New technology provides high-speed plus durability

There is an increasing demand from the market for an improvement in machining efficiency and for higher cutting speeds. Additionally, the use of high strength materials in components that require cutting tools with high wear resistance is also increasing.

Innovative and indexable 

Mitsubishi Materials has added a versatile indexable insert milling cutter to its extensive range of high performance tools.

New drills get tough on HRSA materials

Mitsubishi Materials’ new range of DSAS special purpose drills has been designed from the outset specifically for drilling of heat resistant super alloys (HRSA) materials.

Technical solutions in Stuttgart

Offering a wealth of machining capability and technical expertise, the opening of a brand new Technology Centre in Stuttgart, Germany will be good news for tooling specialist Mitsubishi Materials’ UK customers. Dave Tudor attended the opening ceremony in early June.

Mitsubishi appoints new national sales manager

MMC Hardmetal, the UK sales company of Mitsubishi Materials tools has recently appointed a new UK sales manager from within the company.

New grades for hardened steel

For the efficient turning of high hardened steel, Mitsubishi Materials has an extensive range of coated CBN insert grades, the BC8100 series.

New kid on the indexable block

Mitsubishi Materials’ extensive high performance, indexable insert milling cutter range has been expanded to include a brand-new type – VPX.

Enhanced EDM

Mitsubishi Electric used the MACH 2018 exhibition back in April as the platform to introduce a new CNC control unit on its established MV series of EDM machines.