Horn USA Inc.

320 Premier Ct.
Ste. 205
Franklin, TN 37067 US


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Horn USA Plans for Future Growth with New Facility
Horn USA Inc. is moving to a new state of the art facility during the third quarter of 2020.

CVD Diamond-Tipped Tool System Offers Machining of Fully Sintered Carbides
Horn USA Inc. presents DDHM, the company’s CVD diamond-tipped tool system for cost-effective machining of bores and countersinks in carbides and sintered ceramics.

Tech Trends: A Cut Above the Rest
This collection of highlighted cutting tools products can provide simple solutions for effective chip evacuation, shorter throughput times, improved surface finish quality and greater stability in uneven entrances and exits.

2019 Technology Review: Cutting Tools
MoldMaking Technology’s 2019 Technology Review and Sourcing Guide offers some of the latest highlighted products and services from supplier companies from a variety of categories, including cutting tools.

colage of molds

IMTS 2018: Process,Technology and Service Advancements
Advancements in automation and digital manufacturing took center stage during IMTS last week, but developments in additive manufacturing, cutter technology, machining solutions, simulation software, EDM, laser technology and customer service were other hot items.

Walter MD133 Supreme milling cutter

2018 Technology Review and Sourcing Guide: Cutting Tools
MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is an accurate, comprehensive, easy-to-read and easy-to-use use guide for researching today’s technology, equipment, products and services. The year’s latest moldmaking product developments within mold engineering/design, build and maintenance/repair are broken down into 10 sections, including cutting tools.

A hardened H-13 block

Market Looks Razor Sharp
Great strides continue to be made in the cutting tool/toolholder market that result in reduced benchtime and additional handwork, as well as heavier depths-of-cut—adding up to increased productivity and higher accuracy.

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Part Three of a Three-Part Series Five Steps for Improving Your Shop’s Maximum Productivity
An explanation of the differences between high-speed machining and conventional machining; and, general thoughts on when to high speed machine and heat treat versus hard milling.

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Part Two of a Three-Part Series Five Steps for Improving Your Shop’s Maximum Productivity Part 2
The reasons and justification behind moving your component finishing operation from EDM sinking to hard milling with the right machine, software, cutters, toolholders and training; and how you can add machine time to your shop through lights out machining.


Looking Sharp
Advancements in cutting tool/toolholder construction yield better stability and higher accuracy to achieve greater feedrates and increased productivity.

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Part One of a Three-Part Series Five Steps for Improving Your Shop’s Maximum Productivity
Learn how to evaluate your shop’s productivity and begin increasing it by considering the variables of implementing hard milling and high-speed machining.

Product Categories of Horn USA Inc.

Cutting Tools
End Mills
Hard Milling
High-Feed Milling
Lathe Tooling and Accessories