Higher Performance Holemaking with Easy Tooling Adjustments

Learn how to trim once four-hour jobs down to just 40 minutes by turning to a simple, yet powerfully versatile, alternative to helical interpolation, in the recent Fabricating & Metalworking magazine column by BIG KAISER’s applications manager and KAISER product manager, Matt Tegelman.

Matt suggests twin cutter boring heads can save shops time and money by effectively eliminating some of the limitations of milling tools when preparing holes for finishing, especially as hole depth and production volume increases.

“The addition of a twin cutter boring head to a shop’s tooling arsenal opens the door to multiple homemaking options. Once thought of only as light-duty, semi-finishing tools, today’s high performance twin cutter boring heads have proven they can deliver in holemaking operations,” Matt writes.

Matt goes on to explain how the versatile head’s different configurations give operators flexibility to cut different hole profiles and to turbo charge stock removal rates.

See exactly why shop’s today trust this easy alternative to increase performance when it matters the most. Read the article, “A More Productive Alternative to Helical Interpolation for High Volume Holemaking,” to discover how you can take advantage of productivity benefits like:

  • Machine and spindle preservation
  • Consistent performance
  • Reliable implementation
  • Reduced cycle times
  • Decreased operating cost
  • Faster feed rates
  • And more

After that, see BIG KAISER’s lineup of boring heads—and determine exactly what is right for your shop today.

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