Allied Machine & Engineering Now Offers Criterion Boring Kits

October 8, 2018 5:19 pm

 

Allied Machine & Engineering, a leading manufacturer of hole making and finishing tooling systems, adds three new Criterion boring kits to their line-up. The kit selection includes a kit for 1.00”cylindrical shank, a kit for R8 shank, and a kit for #4 Morse taper shank.

The boring tool sets were developed for a broad selection of diameter ranges from .125” to 4.000” and can be used on virtually any machine spindle from Morse taper to HSK, making them the perfect resource for any machinist. Allied’s newest boring kits provide considerable cost savings over purchasing individual components. They also offer setup versatility for tool rooms in high production facilities as well as smaller contract job shops. The kits are contained in sleek, sturdy cases to assist in tooling inventory organization as well as in transporting them from one machine to the next.

“Kits aren’t for everyone,” said Ben Morrett, Product Manager for Allied’s boring lines, “but if you work on different projects from day to day, you need to be prepared for the work tomorrow will bring.”

For more information on the newest Criterion boring kits and other boring tools, please call 330.343.4283 or visit www.alliedmachine.com/criterion-kits.

 

About Allied Machine & Engineering

Allied Machine & Engineering is a leading manufacturer of hole making and finishing tooling systems. Allied devotes its advanced engineering and manufacturing capabilities to create the widest selection of value-added tooling available to metal-cutting industries around the world.

Our tooling solutions deliver the lowest cost-per-hole in a wide range of drilling, reaming, threading, boring, and burnishing applications.

Located in Dover, Ohio, Allied’s precision hole-making technologies provide end users worldwide with the highest level of drill performance. Precision engineering and expert application support make Allied the first and best choice for solving complex metal-cutting challenges.

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