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    I was given a few inserts yesterday and have spent at least 2 hours trying to find a holder for a CERATIP, KW-10, FTK4 cutoff insert. It is a pack of 10 and the only other number on the package is 4002F2 or 4002E2, not sure because the package is ripped where the number is printed. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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    Try this
    https://asia.kyocera.com/products/cu...G-Grooving.pdf
    looks like this is a proprietary Kyrocera insert. That is a wide insert 4MM lots of material wastage. If doing lots of parting off.

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    Hi John,
    Yeah, I found the insert on line but so far I haven't been able to match it up with the proper holder. Actually I'm not sure if a holder type/style is identified by any of the numbers on the package.

    So, if you have a external wedge style cutoff/grooving insert in your hand and there is no number on it how do you determine which holder it will fit?

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    If you look at the bottom right of page G95 it shows tool holders used with that insert. But you only may be able to get the holder from Kyrocera. Sometimes free is expensive ! I've done the same got a bunch of free inserts then tried to find holders ! I looked in my on line insert ID thingy and did not see that insert.

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    Scrap carbide is about $5.00 per pound.
    Ready to drop $200 plus on a holder to mount them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnEvans View Post
    If you look at the bottom right of page G95 it shows tool holders used with that insert. But you only may be able to get the holder from Kyrocera. Sometimes free is expensive ! I've done the same got a bunch of free inserts then tried to find holders ! I looked in my on line insert ID thingy and did not see that insert.

    Thanks for the guidance. I looked at every page and didn't see the holders. And,yes, sometimes free isn't so free, this maybe one of those times. Thanks again.

    Ron


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