ISCAR showcases its new LOGIQ range of cutting tool innovations at IMTS

September 5, 2018 9:25 am

ISCAR will be displaying a selection of its new LOGIQ cutting tool innovations for metalworking at IMTS 2018, which is taking place September 10 -15 at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, USA.

ISCAR’s LOGIQ range introduces a new standard in cutting tool excellence, with a range of tooling solutions designed to maximize machining processes and optimize performance.  Integrating Industry 4.0 standards, the LOGIQ tool lines meet today’s machining center demands for increased productivity.

State of the art displays will exhibit the new LOGIQ fast feed milling lines, which feature indexable cutters, solid carbide endmills, and MULTI-MASTER tools with replaceable cutting heads.  LOGIQ4FEED enables rough milling at high metal removal rates and incorporates a unique narrow double-sided insert with 4 cutting edges. MILL4FEED is a family of tools carrying square single-sided inserts with 4 cutting edges, designed for machining almost all types of metals. The TANG4FEED shell mill family is based on the tangential principle of insert clamping to ensure a highly rigid structure and impressive ramping down abilities. MICRO3FEED and NANFEED carry triangular inserts and feature minimal diameters.

E-CAT, ISCAR’s comprehensive online catalog, provides guidance and direction for fast feed milling applications. The new streamlined and simplified tool selection process enables users to generate assembly options for milling tools.

Other highlights of the ISCAR stand include LOGIQ3CHAM, which significantly improves drilling productivity,  LOGIQ4TURN for enhanced performance in general-duty turning operations, LOGIQ8TANG, a new 90° square milling shoulder, and LOGIQ5GRIP, a versatile and high-efficiency solution for parting and grooving; all designed and developed to perform essential tasks with maximal efficiency.

Visit the ISCAR METALS stand # 431800 (Level 3 & Annex – Tooling & Workholding Systems in the West Building) and discover how LOGIQ makes sense for optimizing cutting tool operations.

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