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Toolholders Feature Enhanced Rigidity and Modularity

Walter USA adds Walter Capto toolholders and insert widths to its Walter Cut MX grooving system.

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Walter USA adds Walter Capto toolholders and insert widths to its Walter Cut MX grooving system. Capto toolholders feature enhanced rigidity and modularity, while the tapered polygonal shape handles both torsional and bending forces with ease. This interface can be used for lathes, and for turning/milling centers.

With the Capto monoblock tools (C3–C6), the MX system can now also be used on machines with Capto interfaces. In addition, new parting blades are introduced to work with automatic lathes and multi-spindle machines. Walter has completed the range with new grooving inserts and toolholders for larger insert widths. The insert width now ranges up to 0.222 in (5.65 mm) —including the very common dimensions of 0.125 in (3.18. 0.157 in (4 mm) and 0.196 in (5 mm). Maximum cutting depth is 0.24 in (6 mm). These extensions are intended to make new applications possible for users of the MX grooving system, from small-parts production where a high degree of precision is needed; to job shops, where the focus is on fast, precise tool changes and cost efficiency.

The Cut MX grooving system uses dowel pin location to prevent improper assembly of inserts into the holders. The dowel pin location along with the horizontal seating surface also provides the best-in-class positioning accuracy and diameter repeatability for the inserts; thus, eliminating the need for “test cuts” after every cutting edge of insert change. The four-edge indexable inserts can be used even after one or more cutting edge breaks for maximum cost efficiency. 

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