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数控刀具

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 切断&切槽 车削&螺纹加工 微小规格切削刀具

 钻头 铣削 刀柄

 Microtools部门 牌号 刀片磨损原因及解决方案

For tools, see pages: A/S-PCLNR/L (87) • C#-PCLNR/L-X (21) • DCBNR/L (23) • DCLNR/L (22) • MCLNR/L (18) • PCBNR/L (19) • PCLNR/L (17) • PCLNR/L-X (19) •

A/S-PCLNR/L-X/G (88)

CNMG 090404-F3S

CNMG 090408-F3S

CNMG 120404-F3S

CNMG 120408-F3S

CNMG-F3S

For tools, see pages: A/S-PCLNR/L (87) • A/S-PCLNR/L-X/G (88) • AVC-PCLNR/L (83) • C#-MULNR/L-MW (13) • C#-PCLNR/L-12-JHP (18) • C#-PCLNR/L-X (21) •

C#-PCLNR/L-X-JHP (21) • DCBNR/L (23) • DCLNR/L (22) • DCLNR/L-JHP-MC (22) • HSK A63WH-MULNR-J12MWX2 (14) • HSK A63WH-MULNR/L-MW (13) • HSK

A63WH-MUMNN-MW (14) • MULNR/L-12MW (12) • PCBNR/L (19) • PCLNR/L (17) • PCLNR/L-12-JHP (18) • PCLNR/L-CA (107) • PCLNR/L-X (19) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP

(20) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP-MC (20) • S-DCLNR/L (85) • S-MULNR-MW (91)

CNMG-VL

Inserts with a Chipformer

for High Temperature Alloys

and Stainless Steel Valves

CNMG 120404-VL

CNMG 120408-VL

DCLNR/L (22) • HSK A63WH-MULNR-J12MWX2 (14) • HSK A63WH-MULNR/L-MW (13) • HSK A63WH-MUMNN-MW (14) • MULNR/L-12MW (12) • PCBNR/L (19) •

PCLNR/L (17) • PCLNR/L-12-JHP (18) • PCLNR/L-CA (107) • PCLNR/L-X (19) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP (20) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP-MC (20) • S-DCLNR/L (85) • S-MULNR-MW (91)

• A/S-PCLNR/L-X/G (88) • DCLNR/L-JHP-MC (22)

128

ISCAR CNMG/CNGG-SF

Inserts for Super-Finishing;

Controls Chip Flow at Very Low

Feeds and Depths of Cut

CNMG 120402-SF

CNMG 120404-SF

CNGG 120401-SF

CNGG 120402-SF

CNGG 120404-SF

0.20-1.50

0.03-0.25

0.03-0.15

0.03-0.20

CNMG 120404-NF

CNMG 120408-NF

CNMG-NF

0.00-0.00

• For user guide, see pages 109-114, 215-238

CNMG-WF

CNMG 120408-WF

129 95º

Wiper Inserts for High Feed

Turning and High Surface Finish

CNMG-WG/NRW

CNMG 120408-WG

CNMG 120412-WG

CNMG 120416-NRW

Inserts for Short Chipping

Materials such as Cast Iron

CNMA 120404

CNMA 120408

CNMA 120408F (1)

CNMA 120412

CNMA 120416

CNMA 160612

CNMA 160616

CNMA 190612

CNMA 190616

CNMA

2.50-10.00

0.03-0.34

0.05-0.43

0.05-0.50

0.08-0.60

0.10-0.80

(1) Minimum cutting width

(21) • DCBNR/L (23) • DCLNR/L (22) • DCLNR/L-JHP-MC (22) • HSK A63WH-MULNR-J12MWX2 (14) • HSK A63WH-MULNR/L-MW (13) • HSK A63WH-MUMNN-MW

(14) • MCLNR/L (18) • MULNR/L-12MW (12) • PCBNR/L (19) • PCLNR/L (17) • PCLNR/L-12-JHP (18) • PCLNR/L-CA (107) • PCLNR/L-X (19) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP (20) •

PCLNR/L-X-JHP-MC (20) • S-DCLNR/L (85) • S-MULNR-MW (91)

130

Inserts for Machining Very

Ductile Materials at Medium

(mm/

rev)

2.00-8.00

0.40-2.00

CNMG/CNGG-PP

CNMG 120404-PP

CNMG 120408-PP

CNMG 120412-PP

CNMG 190612-PP

CNGG 120401-PP

CNGG 120402-PP

CNGG 120404-PP

CNGG 120408-PP

CNGG 120412-PP

CNGG 190612-PP

• S-DCLNR/L (85) • S-MULNR-MW (91) • DCLNR/L-JHP-MC (22)

CNMG/CNGG-TF

Inserts for Machining a

Wide Range of Materials at

Medium Cutting Conditions

12.96

CNMG 090304-TF

CNMG 090308-TF

CNMG 120404-TF

CNMG 120408-TF

CNMG 120412-TF

CNMG 160608-TF

CNMG 160612-TF

CNMG 190612-TF

CNGG 120408-TF

CNGG 190612-TF

1.00-6.00

1.50-6.00

1.50-6.50

0.15-0.45

S-MULNR-MW (91) • AVC-PCLNR/L (83) • A/S-PCLNR/L-X/G (88) • DCLNR/L-JHP-MC (22)

131 95º

Inserts for General Applications

CNMG-GN

CNMG 120404-GN

CNMG 120408-GN

CNMG 120412-GN

CNMG 160612-GN

CNMG 160616-GN

CNMG 190608-GN

CNMG 190612-GN

2.00-7.00

1.50-8.00

2.00-7.98

0.22-0.60

0.22-0.75

0.20-0.70

Inserts with a Special Chipformer

CNMG 120408-NR

CNMG 120412-NR

CNMG 120416-NR

CNMG 160608-NR

CNMG 160612-NR

CNMG 160616-NR

CNMG 190608-NR

CNMG 190612-NR

CNMG 190616-NR

CNMG 190624-NR

CNMG 250924-NR

CNMG-NR

4.00-10.00

6.00-12.00

0.30-0.72

132

CNMG-MR

Inserts for Rough Turning on

Stainless Steel and Soft Materials

19.03

CNMG 160612-MR

CNMG 190612-MR

80 °

For tools, see pages: C#-PCLNR/L-X (21) • DCBNR/L (23) • DCLNR/L (22) • MCLNR/L (18) • PCBNR/L (19) • PCLNR/L (17) • PCLNR/L-X (19) • A/S-PCLNR/L-X/G (88)

Inserts with High Helical

Cutting Edge for High

Metal Removal Rates

6.40

Wiper Zone

CNMX 090604-M3PW

CNMX 090608-M3PW

CNMX 120708-M4PW

CNMX 120712-M4PW

CNMX 120716-M4PW

CNMX 160712-M4PW

CNMX 160716-M4PW

CNMX-M3/4PW

• PCLNR/L .X and A -PCLNR/L-X are most recommended as they were designed especially for this insert • For user guide and cutting speed recommendations, see pages

109-114, 215-238

For tools, see pages: A/S-PCLNR/L-X/G (88) • C#-PCLNR/L-X (21) • C#-PCLNR/L-X-JHP (21) • DCLNR/L (22) • PCLNR/L-X (19) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP (20) •

PCLNR/L-X-JHP-MC (20)

Inserts with High Helical Cutting

Edge for High Metal Removal

Rates of Stainless Steel

CNMX 090604-M3MW

CNMX 090608-M3MW

CNMX 120704-M4MW

CNMX 120708-M4MW

CNMX 120712-M4MW

CNMX-M3/4MW

133 Very Positive Radial Insert

with Helical Cutting Edge

and Positive Rake for Heavy

Machining Applications

CNMM 120408-M4PW

CNMM-M4PW

0.24-0.59

• DCLNR/L-JHP-MC (22)

Single-Sided 80° Rhombic Inserts

for Rough Turning Applications

CNMM 190616-NR

CNMM-NR

For tools, see pages: DCBNR/L (23) • DCLNR/L (22) • MCLNR/L (18) • PCBNR/L (19) • PCLNR/L (17)

DNGP-F2P

on Alloyed Steel

DNGP 070302R/L-F2P

DNGP 070304R/L-F2P

DNGP 070308R/L-F2P

7.70

For tools, see pages: A/E-SDXNR/L-07 (92) • A/E-SDZNR/L-07 (93) • PDJNR/L-S (24)

134

f 60°

DNMG-F3P

and Finishing on Steel

DNMG 110404-F3P

DNMG 110408-F3P

DNMG 110412-F3P

DNMG 150404-F3P

DNMG 150408-F3P

DNMG 150412-F3P

DNMG 150604-F3P

DNMG 150608-F3P

DNMG 150612-F3P

11.63

15.50

1.40-4.00

For tools, see pages: A/S-PDUNR/L (92) • C#-DDJNR/L (27) • C#-PDJNR/L-JHP (26) • DDJNR/L (26) • HSK A63WH-DDJNR/L (27) • HSK A63WH-DDNNN (28) •

PDJNR/L (25) • PDJNR/L-JHP (25) • S-DDUNR/L (92) • AVC-DDUNR/L (84) • DDJNR/L-JHP-MC (27)

DNMG-M3P

DNMG 110408-M3P

DNMG 110412-M3P

DNMG 150408-M3P

DNMG 150412-M3P

DNMG 150608-M3P

DNMG 150612-M3P

0.50-6.00

0.80-6.00

For tools, see pages: A/S-PDUNR/L (92) • AVC-DDUNR/L (84) • C#-DDJNR/L (27) • C#-PDJNR/L-JHP (26) • DDJNR/L (26) • HSK A63WH-DDJNR/L (27) • HSK

A63WH-DDNNN (28) • PDJNR/L (25) • PDJNR/L-JHP (25) • S-DDUNR/L (92) • DDJNR/L-JHP-MC (27)

DNGP-F2M

Inserts for Semi-Finishing and

Finishing on Stainless Steel

DNGP 070302R/L-F2M

DNGP 070304R/L-F2M

DNGP 070308R/L-F2M

135 60°

DNMG-F3M

Inserts for Finish Turning of

DNMG 110404-F3M

DNMG 110408-F3M

DNMG 110412-F3M

DNMG 150404-F3M

DNMG 150408-F3M

DNMG 150412-F3M

DNMG 150604-F3M

DNMG 150608-F3M

DNMG 150612-F3M

0.15-2.00

0.05-0.32

0.10-0.42

0.15-0.52

DNMG-M3M

DNMG 110404-M3M

DNMG 110408-M3M

DNMG 110412-M3M

DNMG 150408-M3M

DNMG 150412-M3M

DNMG 150608-M3M

DNMG 150612-M3M

DNMG-F3S

For tools, see pages: A/S-PDUNR/L (92) • AVC-DDUNR/L (84) • C#-DDJNR/L (27) • C#-PDJNR/L-JHP (26) • DDJNR/L (26) • DDJNR/L-JHP-MC (27) • HSK

A63WH-DDJNR/L (27) • HSK A63WH-DDNNN (28) • PDJNR/L (25) • PDJNR/L-JHP (25) • S-DDUNR/L (92)

136

DNMG 110404-F3S

DNMG 110408-F3S

DNMG 150404-F3S

DNMG 150408-F3S

DNMG 150604-F3S

DNMG 150608-F3S

93º-95º 60°

DNMG-CERMET

DNMG 110404-FFG

DNMG 110402-FFC

DNMG 110404-FFC

DNMG 110408-FFC

DNMG 150404-FFC

DNMG 150604-FB

DNMG 150604-FFC

0.70-2.00

0.07-0.22

0.07-0.23

PDJNR/L (25) • PDJNR/L-JHP (25) • S-DDUNR/L (92) • DDJNR/L-JHP-MC (27)

FB

0.4 Feed (mm/rev)

DNMG/DNGG-SF

DNMG 110404-SF

DNGG 150401-SF

DNGG 150402-SF

0.25-2.00

PDJNR/L (25) • PDJNR/L-JHP (25) • AVC-DDUNR/L (84) • DDJNR/L-JHP-MC (27)

137 60°

DNMG-NF

DNMG 110402-NF

DNMG 110404-NF

DNMG 110408-NF

DNMG 150404-NF

DNMG 150408-NF

DNMG 150604-NF

1.00-3.51

0.07-0.18

DNMG-WG

Wiper Inserts for High Surface

Finish at High Feed Turning

DNMG 150408-WG

DNMG 150608-WG

DNMG 150612-WG

0.20-0.80

For tools, see pages: A/S-PDUNR/L (92) • C#-DDJNR/L (27) • C#-PDJNR/L-JHP (26) • DDJNR/L (26) • HSK A63WH-DDNNN (28) • PDJNR/L (25) • PDJNR/L-JHP (25) •

AVC-DDUNR/L (84) • DDJNR/L-JHP-MC (27)

DNMG-PF

Inserts for Finishing Applications

on Alloyed and Stainless Steel

DNMG 110408-PF

DNMG 150612-PF

138

93 º DNMG/DNGG-PP

55° Double-Sided Rhombic

0.12-0.30

DNMG 110404-PP

DNMG 110408-PP

DNMG 150408-PP

DNMG 150604-PP

DNMG 150608-PP

DNGG 150604-PP

DNGG 150608-PP

DNMG-VL

DNMG 110404-VL

DNMG 110408-VL

DNMG 150404-VL

DNMG 150408-VL

DNMG/DNGG-TF

DNMG 110404-TF

DNMG 110412-TF

DNMG 150404-TF

DNMG 150408-TF

DNMG 150412-TF

DNMG 150604-TF

DNMG 150608-TF

DNMG 150612-TF

DNGG 150404-TF

DNGG 150408-TF

0.15-0.30

0.11-0.35

139 60°

DNMG-GN

DNMG 110408-GN

DNMG 110412-GN

DNMG 150408-GN

DNMG 150412-GN

DNMG 150608-GN

DNMG 150612-GN

0.18-0.38

0.18-0.18

0.18-0.43

DNMG-NR

DNMG 150612-NR

DNMG 150616-NR

0.23-0.50

DNMA

0.05-0.40

140

DNMA 150412

DNMA 150608

DNMA 150612

93º-95º 27°

DNMM-R3P

Single-Sided 55° Rhombic

DNMM 150608-R3P

DNMM 150612-R3P

DNMM 150616-R3P

0.70-6.00

0.32-0.90

DNMM-NM

Single-Sided 55° Rhombic Inserts

DNMM 150612-NM

0.25-0.40

DNMX-M3P

DNMX 150608-M3P

DNMX 150612-M3P

DNMX 150616-M3P

141 KNMX

55° Parallelogram Profiling Inserts

55˚

KNMX 160405-R/LP

KNMX 160410-R/LP

19.72

1.00

For tools, see pages: CKJNR/L (28) • CKNNR/L (29) • SKJNR/L (28)

KNUX

12°

IC9015

IC9025

KNUX 160405 R/L11

KNUX 160405 R/L12

KNUX 160410 R/L11

KNUX 160410 R/L12

For tools, see pages: CKJNR/L (28) • CKNNR/L (29)

Double-Sided 35° Rhombic

Finishing Applications on Steel

12.40

16.60

3.89

For tools, see pages: AVC-DVUNR/L (84) • MVJNR/L (30) • MVVNN (31)

142

VNMG 12T302-F3P

VNMG 12T304-F3P

VNMG 160404-F3P

VNMG 160408-F3P

VNMG-F3P

0.08-0.20

0.07-0.24

0.08-0.24 Double-Sided 35° Rhombic

Inserts for Finishing on

Stainless Steel

VNMG-F3M

VNMG 12T302-F3M

VNMG 12T304-F3M

VNMG 12T308-F3M

VNMG 160404-F3M

VNMG 160408-F3M

For tools, see pages: A-SVUNR/L (93) • AVC-DVUNR/L (84) • C#-SVJNR/L-F (29) • HSK A63WH-SVVNN-F (31) • MVJNR/L (30) • MVVNN (31) • SVANR/L-FS (29) •

SVJNR/L-F (29) • SVVNN-F (30)

VNMG-M3M

VNMG 12T304-M3M

VNMG 12T308-M3M

VNMG 160404-M3M

VNMG 160408-M3M

0.70-3.00

0.07-0.20

VNMG 12T302-F3S

VNMG 12T304-F3S

VNMG 12T308-F3S

VNMG-F3S

For tools, see pages: A-SVUNR/L (93) • C#-SVJNR/L-F (29) • HSK A63WH-SVVNN-F (31) • SVANR/L-FS (29) • SVJNR/L-F (29) • SVVNN-F (30)

143 VNMG-SF

Inserts for Super-Finishing

VNMG 12T302-SF

VNMG 12T304-SF

VNMG-FNF-CERMET

Cermet Inserts for Semi-Finishing

VNMG 12T302-FNF

VNMG 12T304-FNF

VNMG 12T308-FNF

VNMG/VNGG-NF

VNMG 12T302-NF

VNMG 12T304-NF

VNMG 12T308-NF

VNMG 160404-NF

VNMG 160408-NF

VNGG 12T302-NF

VNGG 12T304-NF

0.70-2.50

0.08-0.24

0.05-0.17

144

ISCAR VNMM-PP

Single-Sided 35° Rhombic

VNMM 12T304-PP

VNMM 12T308-PP

0.80-2.50

0.12-0.20

VNMG 160408-TF

VNMG 160412-TF

VNMG 220408-TF

VNMG-TF

0.12-0.38

0.14-0.36

LE

5.7

Double-Sided 25° Corner

Inserts for Internal and

External Deep and Narrow

Profiling and Undercutting

YNMG 160404-F3P

YNMG 160408-F3P

25°

YNMG-F3P

0.90-4.00

0.03-0.12

• Use IYSN 322 seat for these inserts • For user guide, see pages 109-114, 215-238

For tools, see pages: MVJNR/L (30) • MVVNN (31)

145 TNMG-F3P

Double-Sided Triangular

16.50

TNMG 160404-F3P

TNMG 160408-F3P

TNMG 160412-F3P

TNMG 220408-F3P

TNMG 220412-F3P

1.30-4.00

For tools, see pages: A-PTFNR/L-X/G (94) • C#-DTGNR/L (34) • DTGNR/L (34) • MTENN-W (35) • MTJNR/L-W (35) • PTFNR-CA (108) • PTFNR/L (34) • PTGNR/L (32) •

PTGNR/L-X (32) • PTGNR/L-X-JHP (33) • PTGNR/L-X-JHP-MC (33) • S-MTLNR/L-W (95) • S-PTFNR/L (94)

TNMG 160404-M3P

TNMG 160408-M3P

TNMG 160412-M3P

TNMG 220408-M3P

TNMG 220412-M3P

TNMG 220416-M3P

TNMG-M3P

0.40-5.00

0.50-6.60

0.80-6.60

1.00-6.60

TNMX-M3/4PW

Cutting Edge for High Metal

Removal Rates on Steel

60˚ 113˚

7.40

3.00-6.00

3.50-6.50

For tools, see pages: A-PTFNR/L-X/G (94) • PTGNR/L-X (32) • PTGNR/L-X-JHP (33) • PTGNR/L-X-JHP-MC (33)

146

TNMX 160604-M3PW

TNMX 160608-M3PW

TNMX 220712-M4PW

TNMX 220716-M4PW

0.35-0.60

0.40-0.70 TNMG-F3M

Double-Sided Triangular Inserts

for Finish Turning on Stainless

TNMG 160404-F3M

TNMG 160408-F3M

TNMG 160412-F3M

TNMG 220404-F3M

TNMG 220408-F3M

TNMG 220412-F3M

IC5500

TNMG 160404-M3M

TNMG 160408-M3M

TNMG 160412-M3M

TNMG 220408-M3M

TNMG 220412-M3M

TNMG 220416-M3M

TNMG-M3M

with High Helical Cutting

Rates on Stainless Steel

TNMX 160604-M3MW

TNMX 160608-M3MW

TNMX 220704-M4MW

TNMX 220708-M4MW

TNMX 220712-M4MW

TNMX-M3/4MW

147 TNMG-F3S

Double-Sided 60° Triangular

TNMG 160404-F3S

TNMG 160408-F3S

TNMG 220404-F3S

TNMG 220408-F3S

Double-Sided Triangular Cermet

on Steel and Cast Iron

TNMG 160404-FFG

TNMG 160408-FFG

TNMG-FFG-CERMET

0.90-2.50

For tools, see pages: A-PTFNR/L-X/G (94) • DTGNR/L (34) • MTENN-W (35) • MTJNR/L-W (35) • PTFNR-CA (108) • PTFNR/L (34) • PTGNR/L (32) • PTGNR/L-X (32) •

PTGNR/L-X-JHP (33) • PTGNR/L-X-JHP-MC (33) • S-MTLNR/L-W (95) • S-PTFNR/L (94)

Triangular Double-Sided

TNMG 160404-SF

TNMG 160408-SF

TNMG-SF

0.04-0.25

0.06-0.30

148

ISCAR TNMG-PF

Alloyed and Stainless Steel

TNMG 160408-PF

TNMG-TF

TNMG 160304-TF

TNMG 160308-TF

TNMG 160404-TF

TNMG 160408-TF

TNMG 160412-TF

TNMG 220404-TF

TNMG 220408-TF

TNMG 220412-TF

0.14-0.35

TNMG 160404-VL

TNMG 160408-VL

TNMG-VL

149 TNMG/TNGG-PP

Double-Sided Triangular Inserts for

TNGG 160402-PP

TNMG 160404-PP

TNMG 160408-PP

TNMG 220404-PP

TNMG 220408-PP

0.50-1.50

0.13-0.30

0.14-0.32

TNMG-NF

TNMG 110304-NF

TNMG 160408-NF

TNMG 160404-GN

TNMG 160408-GN

TNMG 160412-GN

TNMG 220408-GN

TNMG 220412-GN

TNMG 220416-GN

TNMG 270612-GN

TNMG-GN

0.18-0.39

150

ISCAR 22°MAX

TNMM-NR

Single-Sided Triangular Inserts

TNMM 220416-NR

For tools, see pages: C#-DTGNR/L (34) • DTGNR/L (34) • MTENN-W (35) • MTJNR/L-W (35) • PTFNR/L (34) • PTGNR/L (32) • PTGNR/L-X (32) • S-MTLNR/L-W (95) •

S-PTFNR/L (94)

TNMA

Inserts with No Chipformer

Such as Cast Iron

TNMA 160404

TNMA 160408

TNMA 160412

TNMA 160416

TNMA 220408

TNMA 220412

TNMA 220416

0.05-0.21

0.10-0.29

0.05-0.33

0.10-0.33

0.10-0.37

RNMG

Double-Sided Round

Negative Insert for Medium

and Rough Profiling

D1

RNMG 120400

5.15

151 SNMG-F3P

Double-Sided Square

IC=L

SNMG 090404-F3P

SNMG 090408-F3P

SNMG 120408-F3P

SNMG 120412-F3P

75 º 45 º

For tools, see pages: A-PSKNR/L-09 (101) • C#-MULNR/L-MW (13) • DSBNR/L (37) • DSDNN (36) • DSKNR/L (36) • DSSNR/L (36) • HSK A63WH-MULNR-J12MWX2

(14) • HSK A63WH-MULNR/L-MW (13) • HSK A63WH-MUMNN-MW (14) • MULNR/L-12MW (12) • PSBNR/L (41) • PSDNN (38) • PSDNN-JHP (38) • PSKNR/L (38) •

PSKNR/L-CA (107) • PSSNR-CA (108) • PSSNR/L (39) • PSSNR/L-JHP (39)

SNMG-M3P

SNMG 090404-M3P

SNMG 090408-M3P

SNMG 120408-M3P

SNMG 120412-M3P

SNMG 150612-M3P

SNMG 150616-M3P

0.80-7.50

1.20-7.50

0.15-0.55

SOMG-R3P-IQ

Side Flank Square Inserts for

Heavy Turning on Steel

For tools, see pages: C#-PSROR/L-IQ (40) • PSBOR/L-IQ (40) • PSDON-IQ (37)

152

SOMG 150612-R3P-IQ

SOMG 150616-R3P-IQ

SOMG 190612-R3P-IQ

SOMG 190616-R3P-IQ

SOMG 190624-R3P-IQ

SOMG 250924-R3P-IQ

0.35-0.85

45 º SNMG-F3M

SNMG 090404-F3M

SNMG 090408-F3M

SNMG 120404-F3M

SNMG 120408-F3M

SNMG 120412-F3M

SNMG-M3M

SNMG 090404-M3M

SNMG 090408-M3M

SNMG 120408-M3M

SNMG 120412-M3M

SNMG 120416-M3M

SNMG 150612-M3M

SNMG 150616-M3M

SNMG 190612-M3M

SNMG 190616-M3M

0.50-8.00

0.10-9.50

0.10-0.65

SNMG-R3M

Double-Sided 90° Square

Inserts for Rough Machining on

SNMG 190612 R3M

SNMG 190616-R3M

For tools, see pages: DSBNR/L (37) • DSDNN (36) • DSSNR/L (36) • PSBNR/L (41) • PSDNN (38) • PSSNR/L (39)

153 SNMG-F3S

0.05-0.35

SNMG 090404-F3S

SNMG 090408-F3S

SNMG 120404-F3S

SNMG 120408-F3S

SNMG-VL

Double-Sided Square Insert with

a Chipformer for High

SNMG 120404-VL

SNMG 120408-VL

For tools, see pages: C#-MULNR/L-MW (13) • DSBNR/L (37) • DSDNN (36) • DSKNR/L (36) • DSSNR/L (36) • HSK A63WH-MULNR-J12MWX2 (14) • HSK

A63WH-MULNR/L-MW (13) • HSK A63WH-MUMNN-MW (14) • MULNR/L-12MW (12) • PSBNR/L (41) • PSDNN (38) • PSDNN-JHP (38) • PSKNR/L (38) • PSKNR/L-CA

(107) • PSSNR-CA (108) • PSSNR/L (39) • PSSNR/L-JHP (39)

SNMG-PP

Double-Sided Square Inserts for

SNMG 120408-PP

154

ISCAR SNMG-TF

3.17

SNMG 090304-TF

SNMG 120404-TF

SNMG 120408-TF

SNMG 120412-TF

0.13-0.35

SNMG-EM-M/R

for Medium Machining on

High Temperature Alloys

0.20-0.40

SNMG 120408-EM-M

SNMG 120408-EM-R

• Requires the use of RST 443R/L SET - seat when used on DSSNR/L tools and TSN 423-PIN SET seat when used on PSSNR/L-JHP and PSDNN-JHP tools • For user

guide and cutting speed recommendations, see pages 109-114, 215-238

For tools, see pages: DSDNN (36) • DSSNR/L (36) • PSDNN (38) • PSDNN-JHP (38) • PSSNR/L (39) • PSSNR/L-JHP (39)

The inserts have 4 cutting edges (2 on each side) with truncated radii

– a configuration which facilitates heat transfer from the cutting area.

The two edges without chipbreakers (flat) are not used.

Toolholders

These inserts require the use of RST 443R/L SET - special seat when

used on DSSNR/L tools and TSN 423-PIN SET seat when used on

PSSNR/L-JHP and PSDNN–JHP tools. The standard seats should be

replaced with the special ones which have a pin whose purpose is to

prevent using the non-working flat cutting corners.

Advantages

Increased cutting speed (due to better heat transfer)

Reduced notch wear (due to 45º approach angle)

Increased feed (the 45° approach angle produces a thin chip)

Increased productivity of up to 50%

Ability to machine in two directions with the same tool,

longitudinal and face turning

Chipbreaking Range

ap(mm)

Correct insert

position

Wrong

positioning

Orientation pin

0.35

0.45 f (mm/rev)

Material: Inconel 718 Vc: 50 m/min With coolant Material: Inconel 718 Vc: 50 m/min With coolant

155 SNMG-GN

SNMG 120408-GN

SNMG 120412-GN

SNMG 150612-GN

SNMG 190612-GN

SNMG 190616-GN

0.20-0.45

SNMA

Without a Chipformer for

Short Chipping Materials

SNMA 120408

SNMA 120412

SNMA 120416

SNMA 190612

SNMA 190616

SNMG-NR

SNMG 120412-NR

SNMG 120416-NR

SNMG 150608-NR

SNMG 150612-NR

SNMG 150616-NR

SNMG 190612-NR

SNMG 190616-NR

SNMG 250724-NR

SNMG 250924-NR

2.50-8.00

3.50-10.00

5.00-15.00

0.40-0.70

156

ISCAR SNMM-R3P

Single-Sided Square

SNMM 120408-R3P

SNMM 120412-R3P

SNMM 120416-R3P

SNMM 150612-R3P

SNMM 150616-R3P

SNMM 190612-R3P

SNMM 190616-R3P

SNMM 190624-R3P

SNMM 250924-R3P

2.00-7.50

2.50-9.50

SNMM-NM

Single-Sided Square Inserts

SNMM 190616-NM

SNMM-NR

SNMM 190616-NR

SNMM 250724-NR

0.35-1.00

157 LOMX-H6P

Tangential Inserts with 4 Cutting

Edges for High Metal Removal of

up to 35 mm D.O.C. on Steel

INSL=L

W1

40.30

22.60

LOMX 402224-H6P

7.00-35.00

1.00-2.00

For tools, see pages: PLBOR/L (41)

LNMX-HT

Edges and a Positive Rake Angle

13.40

4.75

LNMX 110408R/L-HT

LNMX 110412R/L-HT

LNMX 150608R/L-HT

LNMX 150612R/L-HT

LNMX 150616L-HT

LNMX 221016R/L-HT

LNMX 221024R/L-HT

1.50-7.00

0.30-1.10

For tools, see pages: C#-SLANR/L-TANG (44) • PLANR/L-TANG (42) • S-PLANR-TANG (86) • S-SLANR/L-TANG (85) • SLANR/L-15-TANG-JHP (44) • SLANR/L-TANG

(43) • SLBNR/L-TANG (45) • SLFNR/L-TANG (45)

158

ISCAR 93°

Tangential Inserts with a

Positive Rake Angle for

High Metal Removal on Soft

and Ductile Materials

0.15-0.70

LNMX 110408R/L-HM

LNMX 110412R/L-HM

LNMX 150608R/L-HM

LNMX 150612R/L-HM

LNMX-HM

(43) • SLFNR/L-TANG (45)

LNMX-WG

with a Wiper Corner Design

for High Production Cutting

and Excellent Surface Finish

LNMX 150612R/L-WG

LNMX-HF

High Feed (up to 2.4 mm/

Rev) Tangentially Clamped

Rough Turning Inserts

LNMX 1608R/L-HF

0.50-2.40

1.50-2.40

159 91°

LNMX 19/30

for Railroad Wheel Re-Turning

L=INSL

LNMX 191940-WF

LNMX 191940-WM

LNMX 301940-WM

LNMX 301940-WR

0.30-5.00

0.50-12.00

0.25-1.30

0.40-1.50

0.70-1.90

0.80-1.90

QNMG-NF

Double-Sided Inserts

with Four 80° Corners for

13.33

QNMG 120408-NF

For tools, see pages: PQFNR/L (47) • PQLNR/L (46) • PQSNR/L (47) • S-PQFNR/L (86) • S-PQLNR/L (86)

General Applications

10.32

13.41

13.25

160

QNMG 090404-TF

QNMG 090408-TF

QNMG 120404-TF

QNMG 120408-TF

QNMG 120412-TF

QNMG-TF

0.15-0.40 Double-Sided Inserts

QNMG-PP

QNMG 090408-PP

QNMG 120408-PP

QNMG 090408-GN

QNMG 120408-GN

QNMG 120412-GN

QNMG-GN

CXMG-F3P

80° Double-Sided and

Double-Positive Inserts

with a Positive Rake for

Finishing on Alloyed Steel

10.40

13.83

13.75

4.65

5.80

4.66

CXMG 090404-F3P

CXMG 12T504-F3P

CXMG 12T508-F3P

CXMG 090402-F3P

For tools, see pages: A-PCLXR/L (82) • AVC-PCLXR/L (83) • PCLXR/L (48) • PCLXR/L-JHP (48)

161 95º

Double-Positive Inserts with

a Positive Rake for Medium

Machining on Alloyed Steel

13.68

CXMG 090408-M3P

CXMG 12T508-M3P

CXMG 12T512-M3P

CXMG-M3P

CXMG-F3M

Double-Positive Inserts with a

Positive Rake for Finishing on

Stainless Steel and H.T.A.

CXMG 090404-F3M

CXMG 12T504-F3M

CXMG 12T508-F3M

0.80-2.00

CXMG-M3M

162

80° Double-Sided and DoublePositive Inserts with a Positive

Rake for Medium Machining

on Stainless Steel and H.T.A.

CXMG 090408-M3M

CXMG 12T508-M3M

CXMG 12T512-M3M

0.15-0.50 80° Rhombic Inserts with a

Positive Flank for Very Low Finish

Turning Conditions on Steel

3.60

3.57

4.37

1.39

1.79

1.90

CCGT 03X101-F1P

CCGT 03X102-F1P

CCGT 03X104-F1P

CCGT 04T101-F1P

CCGT 04T102-F1P

CCGT 04T104-F1P

0.01-0.05

0.02-0.10

CCGT-F1P

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-SCLCR/L (97)

ISO Standard Designation

CCGT

1. Application

Finish

3. Workpiece Material Group

2. Chip Load

Steel

For super finish

Cast Iron

For low range

Nonferrous & Aluminum

For general range

CCMT-F3P

CCMT 060202-F3P

CCMT 060204-F3P

CCMT 09T302-F3P

CCMT 09T304-F3P

CCMT 09T308-F3P

CCMT 120404-F3P

2.38

2.80

5.50

80° Rhombic Positive Flank

Inserts, for Semi-Finishing and

Finishing Turning of Steel

0.06-1.70

0.10-1.70

0.08-2.00

0.11-2.00

0.05-0.18

0.04-0.16

0.06-0.25

0.08-0.32

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-SCLCR/L (97) • C#-SCLCR/L-JHP (50) • E-SCLCR/L-HEAD (96) • PCLCR/L-JHP-MC (52) • PCLCR/L-S (51) • PCLCR/L-S-JHP (51) •

SCACR/L-S (50) • SCLCR-PAD (50) • SCLCR/L (49)

163 95º

CCMT 060204-M3P

CCMT 060208-M3P

CCMT 09T304-M3P

CCMT 09T308-M3P

CCMT 09T312-M3P

CCMT 120404-M3P

CCMT 120412-M3P

CCMT-M3P

1.30-5.00

0.10-0.20

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-SCLCR/L (97) • C#-SCLCR/L-JHP (50) • E-SCLCR/L-HEAD (96) • PCLCR/L-S (51) • PCLCR/L-S-JHP (51) • SCACR/L-S (50) • SCLCR-PAD (50)

• SCLCR/L (49) • AVC-SCLCR/L (82) • PCLCR/L-JHP-MC (52)

CCMT-M3M

CCMT 060204-M3M

CCMT 060208-M3M

CCMT 09T304-M3M

CCMT 09T308-M3M

CCMT 120404-M3M

CCMT 120408-M3M

CCMT 120412-M3M

Inserts, for Machining Stainless

0.12-0.34

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-SCLCR/L (97) • C#-SCLCR/L-JHP (50) • E-SCLCR/L-HEAD (96) • PCLCR/L-S (51) • PCLCR/L-S-JHP (51) • SCACR/L-S (50) • SCLCR-PAD

(50) • SCLCR/L (49) • AVC-SCLCR/L (82) • PCLCR/L-JHP-MC (52)

164

ISCAR CCMT-CERMET

CCMT 09T302-FFA

CCMT 09T302-FWT

CCMT 09T304-FPC

CCMT 09T308-FPC

0.03-2.00

0.50-2.80

0.04-0.15

0.00-0.50

0.03-0.22

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-SCLCR/L (97) • C#-SCLCR/L-JHP (50) • E-SCLCR/L-HEAD (96) • PCLCR/L-JHP-MC (52) • PCLCR/L-S (51) • PCLCR/L-S-JHP (51)

• SCACR/L-S (50) • SCLCR-PAD (50) • SCLCR/L (49)

FPC

0.5 Feed (mm/rev)

6.45

CCGT 060201-SM

CCGT 060202-SM

CCMT 060202-SM

CCMT 060204-SM

CCMT 060208-SM

CCMT 09T302-SM

CCMT 09T304-SM

CCMT 09T308-SM

CCMT 120404-SM

CCMT 120408-SM

Single-Sided Turning Inserts for

Semi-Finishing and Finishing on

Soft Materials and Exotic Alloys

CCMT/CCGT-SM

0.70-3.50

165 80° Rhombic Inserts with

a Positive Flank for SemiFinishing and Finishing on Soft

Materials and Exotic Alloys

CCMT 060202-PF

CCMT 060204-PF

CCMT 09T302-PF

CCMT 09T304-PF

CCMT-PF

0.04-0.30

80° Rhombic Inserts with a

7° Positive Flank for SemiFinishing and Finish Turning

CCMT 060204-14

CCMT 09T304-14

CCMT 09T308-14

CCMT 120408-14

CCMT-14

0.14-0.25

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-SCLCR/L (97) • AVC-SCLCR/L (82) • C#-SCLCR/L-JHP (50) • E-SCLCR/L-HEAD (96) • PCLCR/L-JHP-MC (52) • PCLCR/L-S (51)

• PCLCR/L-S-JHP (51) • SCACR/L-S (50) • SCLCR-PAD (50) • SCLCR/L (49)

CCMT/CCGT

CCGT 060202

CCGT 060202L (1)

CCGT 060204

CCGT 060204L (1)

CCMT 060202

CCMT 060204

CCMT 09T302

CCMT 09T304

CCMT 09T308

0.12-0.22

• Use left-hand inserts for left-hand external tools and for right-hand internal tools • For user guide and cutting speed recommendations, see pages 109-114, 215-238

(1) Left-hand insert

166

ISCAR 80° Rhombic Inserts with a 7°

Positive Flank and a Wiper

Near the Corner for

High Feed Finishing

86°

0.05

CCET 0602005-WF

CCET 09T3005-WF

0.05-2.00

0.01-0.20

CCET-WF

CCMT-WG

80° Rhombic Inserts with a 7°

CCMT 060204-WG

CCMT 09T304-WG

CCMT 09T308-WG

CCMT 120408-WG

0.20-0.38

0.20-0.36

EPGT-F1P

75° Rhombic Inserts with a

11˚

EPGT 03X101-F1P

EPGT 03X102-F1P

EPGT 03X104-F1P

3.70

For tools, see pages: A/E-SEXPR/L-03 (98)

167 80° Rhombic Inserts with an

11° Positive Flank for SemiFinishing and Finish Turning on

11°

CPGT 060201-SM

CPGT 060202-SM

CPGT 060204-SM

CPGT 09T301-SM

CPGT 09T302-SM

CPGT 09T304-SM

CPGT-SM

CPMT-PF

80° Rhombic Inserts with

168

CPMT 060204-PF

CPMT 060208-PF

CPMT 09T304-PF

CPMT 09T308-PF

0.10-0.35 IC

Bottom view

DCMT 13T504-F3P-SL

DCMT 13T508-F3P-SL

5.11

55° Rhombic Inserts with a

Positive Flank with a Locating

Bottom Ridge for Semi-Finishing

DCMT-F3P-SL

For tools, see pages: A-SDUCR/L-13-SL (98) • C#-SDJCR/L-13-SL-JHP (53) • C#-SDNCN-13-SL-JHP (57) • SDACR/L-13S-SL-JHP (55) • SDJCR/L-13-SL (53) •

SDNCN-13-SL (57)

Ground surface for high

rigidity and accuracy

Unique deflector for chip

control at low cutting

conditions

Positive rake angle for

smooth cutting

and reducing cutting forces

Wavy surface to prevent

chip hammering

0.10 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.35

DCMT-F3P

11.60

Positive Flank for Semi-Finishing

and Finish Turning on Steel

DCMT 070202-F3P

DCMT 070204-F3P

DCMT 11T302-F3P

DCMT 11T304-F3P

DCMT 11T308-F3P

0.06-1.50

0.08-1.50

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-SDUCR/L (98) • AVC-SDUCR/L (82) • C#-SDJCR-JHP (54) • C#-SDJCR/L (54) • C#-SDNCN (58) • E-SDUCR/L-HEAD (99) • IM-SDNCN (58)

• PDACR/L-JHP (56) • PDACR/L-JHP-MC (56) • PDACR/L-S (52) • SDACR/L (55) • SDHCR/L (54) • SDJCR-PAD (54) • SDJCR/L (53) • SDNCN (57)

169 107.5°

55° Rhombic Positive Flank

DCMT-M3M

DCMT 070204-M3M

DCMT 070208-M3M

DCMT 11T304-M3M

DCMT 11T308-M3M

DCMT 11T312-M3M

1.20-3.00

• PDACR/L-JHP (56) • PDACR/L-S (52) • SDACR/L (55) • SDHCR/L (54) • SDJCR-PAD (54) • SDJCR/L (53) • SDNCN (57) • PDACR/L-JHP-MC (56)

DCMT 13T512-M3M-SL

Positive Flank and Locating

Bottom Ridge for Machining

DCMT 13T508-M3M-SL Application Range

Reinforced cutting edge

prevents notch wear

170

DCMT-M3M-SL

Positive rake angle for smooth cutting

and reducing cutting forces 50º

Single-Sided 55° Rhombic Cermet

DCGT 11T302-FSA

DCGT 11T304-FSA

DCMT 11T302-FCF

DCMT 11T302-FSM

DCMT 11T304-FPC

DCMT 11T304-FSM

DCMT 11T308-FPC

DCMT 11T312-FMT

0.50-2.70

0.05-0.22

DCMT-CERMET

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-SDUCR/L (98) • AVC-SDUCR/L (82) • C#-SDJCR-JHP (54) • C#-SDJCR/L (54) • C#-SDNCN (58) • IM-SDNCN (58) • PDACR/L-JHP (56) •

PDACR/L-JHP-MC (56) • PDACR/L-S (52) • SDACR/L (55) • SDHCR/L (54) • SDJCR/L (53) • SDNCN (57)

FSM

FMT

FCF

FSA

DCMT-PF-SL

Bottom Ridge for Finish Turning

on Soft Materials & Exotic Alloys

DCMT 13T504-PF-SL

DCMT 13T508-PF-SL

171 DCMT-PF

DCMT 070201-PF

DCMT 070202-PF

DCMT 070204-PF

DCMT 070208-PF

DCMT 11T302-PF

DCMT 11T304-PF

DCMT 11T308-PF

55° Rhombic Inserts with

0.30-2.50

0.02-0.25

DCMT-SM-SL

DCMT 13T504-SM-SL

DCMT 13T508-SM-SL

0.07-0.27

DCMT/DCGT-SM

DCMT 070202-SM

DCMT 070204-SM

DCMT 070208-SM

DCGT 11T302-SM

DCGT 11T304-SM

DCMT 11T302-SM

DCMT 11T304-SM

DCMT 11T308-SM

DCMT 11T312-SM

55° Rhombic Inserts with a 7°

and Finish Turning on Soft

0.04-0.20

0.10-0.28

172

ISCAR DCMT/DCGT

a 7° Positive Clearance for

DCGT 070201R (1)

DCGT 070202

DCGT 070204

DCMT 070202

DCMT 070204

DCGT 11T302

DCGT 11T304

DCMT 11T302

DCMT 11T304

DCMT 11T308

0.25-1.50

0.08-0.22

0.14-0.29

• Right-hand inserts for right-hand external tools and for left-hand internal tools • For user guide and cutting speed recommendations, see pages 109-114, 215-238

(1) Right-hand insert

DCMT-14

DCMT 11T304-14

DCMT 11T308-14

PDACR/L-S (52) • SDACR/L (55) • SDHCR/L (54) • SDJCR/L (53) • SDNCN (57) • PDACR/L-JHP-MC (56)

55° Rhombic Wiper Inserts

for Finishing Operations

at High Feeds

DCET 0702005R/L-WF

DCET 11T3005R/L-WF

DCET-WF

0.05-3.00

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-SDUCR/L (98) • AVC-SDUCR/L (82) • C#-SDJCR-JHP (54) • C#-SDJCR/L (54) • E-SDUCR/L-HEAD (99) • PDACR/L-JHP (56) • PDACR/L-S

(52) • SDACR/L (55) • SDHCR/L (54) • SDJCR-PAD (54) • SDJCR/L (53) • PDACR/L-JHP-MC (56)

173 35° Rhombic Positive Flank

11.10

VCMT-F3P

VCMT 110302-F3P

VCMT 110304-F3P

VCMT 110308-F3P

VCMT 110312-F3P

VCMT 160402-F3P

VCMT 160404-F3P

VCMT 160408-F3P

VCMT 160412-F3P

0.13-1.70

0.07-1.80

0.10-1.80

0.14-1.80

0.03-0.14

0.07-0.28

0.08-0.33

0.07-0.29

0.09-0.34

For tools, see pages: A/S-SVLBCR/L (100) • A/S-SVLFCR/L; A-SVUCR/L (414) • A/S-SVQCR/L (413) • C#-SVJCR/L (59) • C#-SVJCR/L-JHP (59) • C#-SVVCN (61) •

HSK A63WH-SVJCR/L (60) • PVACR/L-JHP (60) • PVACR/L-JHP-MC (61) • PVACR/L-S (58) • S/A-SVJCR/L (100) • SVACR/L (60) • SVJCR-PAD (60) • SVJCR/L (412) •

SVJCR/L-16-JHP (412) • SVPCR/L (62) • SVVCN (413) • SVXCR/L (413) • AVC-SVLCR/L (83)

35° Rhombic Positive Flank

Inserts, for Stainless Steel

2.85

VCMT 110302-F3M

VCMT 110304-F3M

VCMT 110308-F3M

VCMT 160402-F3M

VCMT 160404-F3M

VCMT 160408-F3M

VCMT-F3M

0.06-1.80

0.13-1.80

For tools, see pages: A/S-SVLBCR/L (100) • A/S-SVLFCR/L; A-SVUCR/L (414) • A/S-SVQCR/L (413) • AVC-SVLCR/L (83) • AVC-SVUCR/L (83) • C#-SVJCR/L (59) •

C#-SVJCR/L-JHP (59) • C#-SVVCN (61) • HSK A63WH-SVJCR/L (60) • PVACR/L-JHP (60) • PVACR/L-JHP-MC (61) • PVACR/L-S (58) • S/A-SVJCR/L (100) • SVACR/L

(60) • SVJCR-PAD (60) • SVJCR/L (412) • SVJCR/L-16-JHP (412) • SVPCR/L (62) • SVVCN (413) • SVXCR/L (413)

VCMT 160404-M3M

VCMT 160412-M3M

VCMT-M3M

HSK A63WH-SVJCR/L (60) • SVJCR/L (412) • SVJCR/L-16-JHP (412) • SVVCN (413) • SVXCR/L (413) • AVC-SVLCR/L (83)

174

ISCAR 91º

35° Rhombic Cermet Positive

Flank Inserts for SemiFinish Turning of Steel and

Automotive Components

VCMT 160404-FPC

VCMT 160408-FPC

0.04-0.22

VCMT-FPC-CERMET

MAX 35°

VCGT-MD/PF

35° Rhombic Inserts with

3.40

VCGT 130304-PF

For tools, see pages: SVACR/L (60)

VCET-WF

93 º 91°

35° Rhombic Wiper Inserts

VCET 1103005R/L-WF

2.90

0.05-4.00

For tools, see pages: C#-SVJCR/L (59) • C#-SVJCR/L-JHP (59) • PVACR/L-JHP (60) • PVACR/L-S (58) • S/A-SVJCR/L (100) • SVACR/L (60) • SVJCR-PAD (60) •

SVJCR/L (412) • PVACR/L-JHP-MC (61)

175 VCMT-SM

35° Rhombic Inserts with a 7°

VCMT 110302-SM

VCMT 110304-SM

VCMT 110308-SM

VCMT 160402-SM

VCMT 160404-SM

VCMT 160408-SM

VCMT 160412-SM

VCMT-14

VCMT 160404-14

VCMT 160408-14

For tools, see pages: A/S-SVLBCR/L (100) • A/S-SVLFCR/L; A-SVUCR/L (414) • A/S-SVQCR/L (413) • AVC-SVLCR/L (83) • C#-SVJCR/L (59) • C#-SVJCR/L-JHP (59) •

C#-SVVCN (61) • HSK A63WH-SVJCR/L (60) • SVJCR/L (412) • SVJCR/L-16-JHP (412) • SVVCN (413) • SVXCR/L (413)

Tolerances:

d= ±0.05

S= ±0.13

VCMW

Positive Flank for Short Chipping

VCMW 160404

VCMW 160408

0.70-4.00

176

ISCAR SCMT-F3P

SCMT 09T304-F3P

SCMT 09T308-F3P

Square Positive Flank Inserts,

For tools, see pages: SSBCR/L (62) • SSSCR/L (62)

SCMT-M3P

SCMT 09T304-M3P

SCMT 09T308-M3P

SCMT 120404-M3P

SCMT 120408-M3P

SCMT 120412-M3P

Square Positive Flank Inserts

SCMT-M3M

SCMT 09T304-M3M

SCMT 09T308-M3M

SCMT 120404-M3M

SCMT 120408-M3M

SCMT 120412-M3M

0.40-3.80

0.80-3.80

0.14-0.43

177 SCMT-SM

SCMT 09T304-SM

SCMT 09T308-SM

SCMT 120404-SM

SCMT 120408-SM

Square Inserts with a 7°

SCMT-14

SCMT 09T304-14

SCMT 120404-14

SCMT-19

Square Inserts with a 7° Positive

Flank for Semi-Roughing at

Medium to High Feeds

• For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 109-114, 215-238

178

SCMT 120408-19

SCMT 120412-19

fz

0.08-0.15

0.08-0.15 88º

Inserts for DR Drills

and Boring Bars

IC328

IC250

IC350

XOMT 060204-DT

6.16

2.56

XOMT-DT

• Two cutting edges • For hard materials and interrupted cut

For tools, see pages: A-SXFOR-DR (106) • A-SXFOR/L (105)

TCMT-F3P

Triangular Inserts with a Positive

Flank for Semi-Finishing and

Finish Turning on Steel

TCMT 090202-F3P

TCMT 090204-F3P

TCMT 110202-F3P

TCMT 110204-F3P

TCMT 110208-F3P

TCMT 16T304-F3P

9.60

For tools, see pages: E-STFCR-HEAD (101) • S-MTLCR/L-W (100) • S-STFCR/L (101) • S-STLCR/L (101) • STFCR/L (62) • STGCR/L (63)

TCMT-PF

Triangular Inserts with a

Positive Flank for SemiFinishing and Finishing on Soft

TCMT 110202-PF

For tools, see pages: E-STFCR-HEAD (101) • S-STFCR/L (101) • S-STLCR/L (101) • STFCR/L (62) • STGCR/L (63)

179 TCMT-SM

Triangular Inserts with a 7°

TCMT 110204-SM

TCMT 110208-SM

TCMT 16T304-SM

TCMT 16T308-SM

TCMT 16T308-SM*

0.08-0.28

RCMT-SR

Round Inserts with a 7° Positive

Flank for Medium Profiling on

a Wide Range of Materials

BN

GB

RCMT 0803M0-SR

RCMT 1606M0-SR

0.18

0.30-0.45

0.40-0.60

For tools, see pages: SRDCN (64) • SRGCR/L (63)

RCMT-14

Round Inserts with a 7°

Positive Flank for Medium

and Finish Profiling on a

Wide Range of Materials

For tools, see pages: C#-SRGCR-12-JHP (64) • C#-SRGCR/L (64) • SRDCN (64) • SRGCR-12-JHP (63) • SRGCR/L (63)

180

IC354

RCMT 0803M0-14

RCMT 10T3M0-14

RCMT 1204M0-14

RCMT 1606M0-14

RCMT 2006M0-14

RCMT 2006M0E-14

0.50-0.70

0.50-0.70 Round Inserts with a 7° Positive

Flank and Reinforced Cutting

Edge for Semi-Roughing

RCMX 100300

RCMX 120400

RCMX 200600

4.20

0.01

0.50-0.50

RCMX

RCMX-NR

Round 7° Inserts with a Positive

Flank and Strong Cutting

Edge for Rough Turning

RCMX 250700-NR

RCMX 3209M0-NR

7.20

7.00-13.00

For tools, see pages: PRDCN (64) • PRGCR/L (65)

QCMT-PF

Four 80° Cornered Insert

with a Positive 7° Clearance

and Chipformer for

9.65

QCMT 09T302-PF

For tools, see pages: PQLCR/L (65) • PQLCR/L-S (65) • S/A-SQLCR/L (96)

Inserts with a Positive 7°

Clearance and Chipformer

for Finishing Applications

QCMT 09T304-SM

QCMT-SM

181 45 º

SPMR

SPMR 090304

SPMR 090308

SPMR 120304

SPMR 120308

SPMR 120312

Square Inserts with a Positive

Chipformer Exerting Low Cutting

Forces for Semi-Finishing

0.16-0.35

0.16-0.40

For tools, see pages: CSDPN (66) • CSSPR/L (66) • S-CSKPR (102)

TPMR

Triangular 11° Positive Inserts

with a Positive Chipformer

Exerting Low Cutting Forces

for Internal Finish Turning

TPMR 090202

TPMR 090204

TPMR 110304

TPMR 110308

TPMR 160304

TPMR 160308

0.15-0.20

0.15-0.25

0.15-0.33

For tools, see pages: CTFPR/L (67) • CTGPR/L (67) • S-CTFPR/L (102)

TPMR-PF

182

TPMR 110304-PF

TPMR 110308-PF

TPMR 160304-PF

TPMR 160308-PF

0.08-0.28 91 º

TPGT-SP

Super Positive Triangular Inserts

with 11° Clearance for Fine

Boring and Finish Turning

TPGT 110202-SP

For tools, see pages: E-STFPR/L-HEAD (102)

11° Positive Triangular Inserts

with a Positive Chipformer,

Low Cutting Forces for Finish

Turning Applications

TPMR 110304-FTF

TPMR 160304-FTF

TPMR-FTF

TPMT

IC50M

IC635

TPMT 110202

TPMT 110204

TPMT 110208

TPMT 160304

TPMT 160308

(mm)(1)

rev)(2)

5.00-12.00

• For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 236-237

(1) For turning

(2) For turning

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-STFPR/L (103) • A/S-STLPR/L (104) • E-STFPR/L-HEAD (102)

183 91 º

Triangular 11° Positive

IC(1)

TPMT 110204-PF

TPMT-PF

(1) Actual di=6.28, to be used in 6.35mm pocket size

TPGB

Triangular Inserts with an

11° Positive Flank for Short

Chipping Materials

TPGB 110204

TPGB-XL

184

TPGB 110204-XL

0.05-0.25 91 º

11° Positive and Ground

Chipformer for Finish Turning

TPGH 110204-L

TPGH 110208-L

TPGH 160304-R/L

TPGH 160308-L

TPGH-R/L

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-STFPR/L (103) • A/S-STLPR/L (104)

TPGH-XL

TPGH 110204-XL

TPGX

Triangular Inserts with an 11°

Positive Flank and Ground

TPGX 090202-L

TPGX 090204-L

TPGX 110302-L

TPGX 110304-L

TPGX 110308-L

For tools, see pages: A/E-STFPR-X (103) • MG STFPR-X (103)

185 93º

WBGT

Trigon Inserts with a 5° Positive

Flank Ground Chipformer

for Finish Turning

2.24

2.18

1.59

WBGT 060102L

0.10-1.00

0.05-0.10

For tools, see pages: E/S-SWUBR/L (104) • MG-SWUBR/L (105)

WBMT 060101R/L

WBMT 060102L

WBMT

0.10-0.15

• WBMT 06 .R right-hand inserts used on left-hand tools and WBMT 06 .L left-hand inserts used on right-hand tools • For user guide and cutting speed recommendations,

see pages 109-114, 215-238

WCGT

Trigon Inserts with a 7°

Positive Flank and Chipformer

WCGT 020102L

WCGT 020104L

For tools, see pages: A/E-SWUCR (105) • MG-SWUCR (105)

186

f 45°

AN°

EPSR

AN

0.00

3.20

84.0

IC08

WPEX 040200R/L08

WPEX 040200R12

WPEX 040202L08

WPEX 050300R/L08

WPEX 050300R12

WPEX 050302L08

WPEX 050302R12

WPEX 050304L08

WPEX 050304R12

WPEX 060400R/L08

WPEX 060400R/L12

WPEX 060402L08

WPEX 060402L12

WPEX 060404L08

WPEX 060404R12

80° and 84° Precision

Trigon Inserts with Positive

8° and 12° Clearance for

WPEX

For tools, see pages: SWAPR-PAD (66) • SWAPR/L (65) • SWDPR/L (66)

CC95MT-SM

6.2

for Finishing (CHAMELEON

Multifunction Pocket System)

CC95MT 100504-SM

For tools, see pages: S-SUXCR/L-CM (95) • SUXCR/L-CM (49)

SC45MT-SM

(CHAMELEON Multifunction

Pocket System)

9.53

SC45MT 100508-SM

187 95º

CNGG-F3N

Double-Sided Sharp-Edged

Positive and Polished Rake Inserts

for Finishing on Aluminum and

Other Non-Ferrous Materials

CNGG 090402-F3N-P

CNGG 090404-F3N-P

CNGG 090408-F3N-P

For tools, see pages: A/S-PCLNR/L-X/G (88) • C#-PCLNR/L-X-JHP (21) • DCLNR/L (22) • PCLNR/L-X (19) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP (20) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP-MC (20) •

AVC-PCLNR/L (83)

WNGG-F3N

WNGG 060402-F3N-P

WNGG 060404-F3N-P

WNGG 060408-F3N-P

For tools, see pages: A-PWLNR/L-X/G (C87) • A/S-MWLNR/L-W (C86) • A/S-PWLNR/L (C87) • DWLNR/L (C15) • E-PWLNR/L-HEAD (C88) • MULNR/L-12MW (C18)

• MWLNR/L-CA-W (C111) • MWLNR/L-W (C19) • PWLNR/L (C13) • PWLNR/L-08-JHP (C14) • PWLNR/L-X (C16) • PWLNR/L-X-JHP (C17) • S-DWLNR/L (C80) •

S-MULNR-MW (C88)

CNGX-M3N

Double-Sided Positive

Rake Inserts with High

Helical and Sharp Edge

Non-Ferrous Materials

CNGX 090604-M3N-P

CNGX 090608-M3N-P

• PCLNR/L .X and A -PCLNR/L-X are most recommended as they were designed especially for this insert

For tools, see pages: A/S-PCLNR/L-X/G (88) • C#-PCLNR/L-X-JHP (21) • DCLNR/L (22) • PCLNR/L-X (19) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP (20) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP-MC (20)

188

95º VNGU-R3N

Positive Rake Inserts for Rough

Machining on Aluminum and

VNGU 220616-R3N

VNGU 220630-R3N

For tools, see pages: A-SVLFNR-JHP (93) • A-SVQNR/L-AL-JHP (416) • SVHNR/L-JHP (31) • SVVNN-JHP (416)

SCGT-AS

Flank, Very Positive Rake

Angle and Sharp Cutting Edge

for Machining Aluminum

90˚

SCGT 09T308-AS

SCGT 120404-AS

SCGT 120408-AS

60˚

TCGT-AS

Positive Flank, Very Positive

Rake Angle and Sharp Cutting

Edge for Machining Aluminum

TCGT 110204-AS

TCGT 16T304-AS

TCGT 16T308-AS

189 VCGT-AS

35˚

22.10

VCGT 110302-AS

VCGT 110304-AS

VCGT 160401-AS

VCGT 160402-AS

VCGT 160404-AS

VCGT 160408-AS

VCGT 160412-AS

VCGT 220530-AS

IC920

For tools, see pages: A/S-SVLBCR/L (100) • A/S-SVLFCR/L; A-SVUCR/L (414) • A/S-SVQCR/L (413) • AVC-SVUCR/L (83) • C#-SVJCR/L (59) • C#-SVJCR/L-JHP (59)

• C#-SVVCN (61) • HSK A63WH-SVJCR/L (60) • PVACR/L-JHP (60) • PVACR/L-S (58) • S/A-SVJCR/L (100) • SVACR/L (60) • SVJCR-PAD (60) • SVJCR/L (412) •

SVJCR/L-16-JHP (412) • SVPCR/L (62) • SVVCN (413) • SVXCR/L (413) • AVC-SVLCR/L (83) • PVACR/L-JHP-MC (61)

VCGT-AF

Inserts with a Very Positive

Edge for Semi-Finishing and

Finishing on Aluminum

VCGT 220508-AF

VCGT 220512-AF

VCGT 220516-AF

For tools, see pages: A/S-SVLFCR/L; A-SVUCR/L (414) • A/S-SVQCR/L (413)

80˚

CCGT-AS

CCGT 060201-AS

CCGT 060202-AS

CCGT 060204-AS

CCGT 09T301-AS

CCGT 09T302-AS

CCGT 09T304-AS

CCGT 09T308-AS

CCGT 120402-AS

CCGT 120404-AS

CCGT 120408-AS

ISCAR CCGT-AF

CCGT 09T308-AF

CCGT 120408-AF

For tools, see pages: A/E/S-SCLCR/L (97) • C#-SCLCR/L-JHP (50) • E-SCLCR/L-HEAD (96) • PCLCR/L-S (51) • PCLCR/L-S-JHP (51) • SCLCR-PAD (50) • SCLCR/L

(49) • AVC-SCLCR/L (82) • PCLCR/L-JHP-MC (52)

DCGT-AS

7.75

DCGT 070201-AS

DCGT 070202-AS

DCGT 070204-AS

DCGT 11T301-AS

DCGT 11T302-AS

DCGT 11T304-AS

DCGT 11T308-AS

0.05-0.26

DCGT-AF

DCGT 11T304-AF

191 Round Inserts with a 7° Positive

RCGT 0803M0-AS

RCGT 1003M0-AS

RCGT 10T3M0-AS

RCGT-AS

TNMS-12

Triangular Single-Sided Inserts for

Soft and Nonferrous Materials

TNMS 160404-12

TNMS 160408-12

TNMS 220404-12

TNMS 220408-12

0.07-0.32

For tools, see pages: A-PTFNR/L-X/G (94) • PTFNR-CA (108) • PTFNR/L (34) • PTGNR/L (32) • PTGNR/L-X (32) • PTGNR/L-X-JHP (33) • PTGNR/L-X-JHP-MC (33) •

DNMS-12

55° Rhombic Single-Sided Inserts

for Soft and Nonferrous Materials

For tools, see pages: A/S-PDUNR/L (92) • C#-PDJNR/L-JHP (26) • PDJNR/L (25) • PDJNR/L-JHP (25) • AVC-DDUNR/L (84)

192

DNMS 150408-12

MAX CNMS-12

80° Rhombic Single-Sided Inserts

CNMS 120408-12

For tools, see pages: A/S-PCLNR/L (87) • A/S-PCLNR/L-X/G (88) • C#-PCLNR/L-12-JHP (18) • C#-PCLNR/L-X (21) • C#-PCLNR/L-X-JHP (21) • PCBNR/L (19) •

PCLNR/L (17) • PCLNR/L-12-JHP (18) • PCLNR/L-CA (107) • PCLNR/L-X (19) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP (20) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP-MC (20)

35° Rhombic Single-Sided Inserts

VNMS 160404-12

VNMS 160408-12

VNMS-12

0.07-0.33

193 Pipe Skiving Inserts with a

Positive Rake Used to Remove

the Burr of Welded Tubes

7.8

APMX

PRFRAD

SNMX 150708R-11

SNMX 150708R-13

SNMX 150708R-15

SNMX 150708R-18

SNMX 150708R-20

SNMX 150708R-22

SNMX 150708R-25

SNMX 150708R-27

SNMX 150708R-30

SNMX 150708R-35

SNMX 150708R-40

SNMX 150708R-45

SNMX 150708R-50

SNMX 150708R-60

SNMX 150708R-65

SNMX 150708R-70

SNMX 150708R-75

SNMX 150708R-90

75.00

0.86

0.71

0.64

0.58

0.47

0.42

0.36

0.31

0.28

0.21

0.19

0.17

0.14

IC418

5.16

SNMX 150708R- 

PIPE FEED

60 MIN

200 MAX

For tools, see pages: PSANR/L (47)

These inserts remove the burr immediately after the welding

process (material temperature is usually 300-400°C).

Cutting speed varies from 40 to 150 m/min, depending on

the diameter of the tube.

Recommended: R=

D (pipe)

+(1-2 mm)

SNMX 150608R- 

Pipe Skiving Inserts Used to

Remove the Burr of Welded Tubes

SNMX 150608R-15

SNMX 150608R-90

process (material temperature is usually 300-400° C).

194

2 95°

WNGA-Ceramic

Double-Sided Flat Rake Ceramic

Inserts for Machining Cast Iron

WNGA 080408T

WNGA 080412T

2.00-4.00

0.03-0.95

CNGN-Ceramic

80° Rhombic Double-Sided

Ceramic Inserts with a T-Land for

Machining Cast Iron, Hardened

Steel and Nickel Based Alloys

IS25

IS35

CNGN 120404T

CNGN 120408E

CNGN 120408T

CNGN 120408T0225-WG (1)

CNGN 120412E

CNGN 120412T

CNGN 120416T

CNGN 120708E

CNGN 120708T

CNGN 120712E

CNGN 120712T

CNGN 120716T

CNGN 160612T

IN420

0.10-0.43

For tools, see pages: CCLNR/L (78)

80° Rhombic DoubleSided Inserts with a T-Land

for Machining Cast Iron

and Hardened Steel

CNMG 120404T

CNMG 120408T

CNMG-Ceramic

195 95º

CNGA-Ceramic

CNGA 120404T

CNGA 120408T

CNGA 120412T

CNGA 120416T

• DCBNR/L (23) • DCLNR/L (22) • DCLNR/L-JHP-MC (22) • HSK A63WH-MULNR-J12MWX2 (14) • HSK A63WH-MULNR/L-MW (13) • HSK A63WH-MUMNN-MW (14) •

• S-DCLNR/L (85) • S-MULNR-MW (91)

Dimpled Ceramic Inserts with a

T-Land for Machining Cast Iron

CNGX 120712T

CNGX 120716T

CNGX-Ceramic

0.07-0.43

For tools, see pages: TCBNR/L-CH (78) • TCKNR/L-CH (78) • TCLNR/L-CH (78)

SNGN-Ceramic

Square Double-Sided Ceramic

Inserts with a Flat Rake for

Steel and Super Alloys

IN110

196

SNGN 120404T

SNGN 120408T

SNGN 120412T

SNGN 120416T

SNGN 120708T

SNGN 120712T

SNGN 120716T

SNGN 150712T

SNGN 150716T

0.10-3.50

0.10-5.00

0.10-0.50 SNGA-Ceramic

Square Double-Sided

Ceramic Inserts with a Flat

Rake for Machining Cast

Iron and Hardened Steel

SNGA 120404T

SNGA 120408T

SNGA 120412T

SNGA 120416T

0.10-3.00

0.10-4.00

0.10-4.50

SNGX-Ceramic

Square Double-Sided Dimpled

Rake for Machining Cast Iron

SNGX 120712T

SNGX 120716T

DNGA-Ceramic

55° Rhombic Double-Sided

Ceramic Inserts for Machining

Cast Iron and Hardened Steel

DNGA 150404T

DNGA 150408T

DNGA 150412T

DNGA 150604T

DNGA 150608T

DNGA 150612T

0.07-0.50

197 55° Rhombic Double-Sided

DNGX-Ceramic

DNGX 150712T

DNGX 150716T

For tools, see pages: TDJNR/L-CH (79) • TDNNN-CH (79)

35° Rhombic Double-Sided

Ceramic Inserts with a

T-Land for Machining Cast

VNGA-Ceramic

93 º 91º

VNGA 160404T

VNGA 160408T

0.08-0.35

TNGN-Ceramic

Cast Iron, Hardened Steel

and Nickel Based Alloys

For tools, see pages: CTJNR/L (79)

198

TNGN 160408T

TNGN 160412T

TNGN 220408T

TNGN 220712T

0.10-0.50 22°MAX

TNGA-Ceramic

Triangular Double-Sided Ceramic

Inserts for Machining Super

Alloys and Hardened Steel

TNGA 160404T

TNGA 160408T

TNGA 160412T

TNGA 220408T

TNGA 220416T

TPGN-Ceramic

Triangular Ceramic Inserts

with an 11° Positive Flank for

Machining Hardened Steel

TPGN 090204T

TPGN 110304T

TPGN 110308T

TPGN 160304T

TPGN 160308T

0.07-0.40

CH

RPGN-Ceramic

Round Ceramic Inserts for

Machining Nickel Based

RPGN 090300E

RPGN 120400E

RPGN 120400E-CH (1)

RPGN 120400T

RPGN 120400T-CH (1)

0.10-2.00

(1) Insert with a dimple

199 RNGN-Ceramic

Round Double-Sided Ceramic

Inserts for Machining Cast

Iron, Nickel Based Alloys

RNGN 090300T

RNGN 090400T

RNGN 120400T

RNGN 120700 S6 (1)

RNGN 120700E

RNGN 120700E-CH (2)

RNGN 120700T

RNGN 120700T-CH (2)

RNGN 120700T02020

RNGN 150700T

RNGN 190700T

(1) For milling nickel based superalloys; reference recommendations for milling Inconel 718: 0.12 mm/t 900-1000 m/min

(2) Insert with a dimple

For tools, see pages: CRDNN (80) • CRGNR/L (80)

RCGX-Ceramic

RCGX 090700E

RCGX 090700T

RCGX 120700E

RCGX 120700T

For tools, see pages: CRDCN (80) • CRGCR/L (80)

RPGX-Ceramic

RPGX 090700E

RPGX 090700T

RPGX 120700E

RPGX 120700T

• Tools can be supplied on request. • For user guide and cutting speed recommendations, see pages 109-114, 215-238

0.10-0.45 CNMA (PCD)

80° Rhombic Inserts with a Single

PCD Top Corner Tip and Positive

Rake for Finishing Applications

3.9

CNMA 120404D

CNMA 120408D

For tools, see pages: A/S-PCLNR/L (87) • C#-MULNR/L-MW (13) • C#-PCLNR/L-12-JHP (18) • C#-PCLNR/L-X (21) • C#-PCLNR/L-X-JHP (21) • DCLNR/L (22) •

HSK A63WH-MULNR-J12MWX2 (14) • HSK A63WH-MULNR/L-MW (13) • HSK A63WH-MUMNN-MW (14) • MULNR/L-12MW (12) • PCLNR/L (17) • PCLNR/L-12-JHP

(18) • PCLNR/L-CA (107) • PCLNR/L-X (19) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP (20) • PCLNR/L-X-JHP-MC (20) • S-DCLNR/L (85) • S-MULNR-MW (91) • A/S-PCLNR/L-X/G (88) •

DCLNR/L-JHP-MC (22)

CCMT (PCD)

3.1

CCMT 060202D

CCMT 060204D

CCMT 09T304D

Inserts with a Single PCD

Top Corner Tip, 7° Clearance

and Positive Rake Angle

for Finishing Aluminum

0.08-3.00

DCMT (PCD)

Single PCD Top Corner Tip, 7°

Clearance and Positive Rake

Angle for Finishing Applications

3.3

DCMT 11T302D

DCMT 11T304D

DCMT 11T308D

0.05-0.29

201 VCMT (CBN)

35° Rhombic Single

Brazed Tip Corner Inserts

for Finishing Cast Iron

VCMT 160404T

VCMT 160408T

VCGT-DW (PCD)

and a Single PCD Top

Corner Tip Chipformer for

Machining Aluminum

VCGT 160404-DW

VCGT 160408-DW

VCGT 160412-DW

VCGT 220516-DW

VCGT 220520-DW

VCGT 220530-DW

VCGT (PCD)

35° Rhombic Single Brazed

Tip Corner Inserts for

Finishing Aluminum (PCD)

4.99

VCGT 160404D

VCGT 160408D

202

ISCAR 7°

TCMT 110204D

TCMT (PCD)

TPGX (PCD)

Triangular Inserts with a Single

PCD Top Corner Tip, 11°

Angle for Finishing Aluminum

TPGX 090202

TPGX 090204

TPGX 110302

TPGX 110304

WNGA-M3 (CBN)

Typ. x 3

Multi-Cornered CBN Inserts for

WNGA 080408-M3

2.2

203 Multi-Cornered CBN Inserts for

Typ. x 6

WNGA 080404T-MC

WNGA 080408-M6

WNGA 080408T-MC

WNGA 080412T-MC

WNGA-MC/M6 (CBN)

CNMA-T/M1/WG (CBN)

Single CBN Top Corner Tip for

3.2

IB85

IB90

CNMA 120404T

CNMA 120408-M1

CNMA 120408T

CNMA 120408T-WG (1)

CNMA 120412-M1

CNMA 120412T

(1) Wiper insert for high feed finishing, eliminates grinding.

Wiper

CNMA-MW4 (CBN)

Typ. x 2

80° Rhombic Inserts with 4

CBN Wiper Edge Tips for

IB25HC

CNMA 120408-MW4

CNMA 120412-MW4

204

ISCAR IC

4-Cornered CBN Inserts for

Typ. x 4

CNGA 120404T-MC

CNGA 120408-M4

CNGA 120408T-MC

CNGA 120408T-WG-MC (1)

CNGA 120412-M4

CNGA 120412T-MC

CNGA-4 (CBN)

(1) Wiper corner configuration

2.3

IB05S

IB10S

IB20HC

80° Rhombic Inserts with 2 CBN

Tips for Machining Hardened

Steel, Sintered Metals and

CNGA 120404-F2

CNGA 120404-M2

CNGA 120404-R2

CNGA 120408-F2

CNGA 120408-MW2

CNGA 120408-M2

CNGA 120408-R2

CNGA 120408-S2

CNGA 120412-F2

CNGA 120412-M2

CNGA 120412-R2

CNGA-2 (CBN)

205 80° Rhombic Inserts with 4

Chipbreaking CBN Tips for

CNGG 120408-M4HF

CNGG 120412-M4HM

IB25HA

CNGG-M4HF/M4HM (CBN)

0.20-0.75

0.50-1.00

CCGW/CCMT (CBN)

a Single CBN Top Corner

Tip and 7° Clearance for

3.63

4.44

IB05H

CCGW 03X102T01015-1

CCGW 03X104T01015-1

CCGW 04T102T01015-1

CCGW 04T104T01015-1

CCMT 060202T

CCMT 060204T

CCMT 09T304T

CCMT 09T308T

206

ISCAR 97°

CCGW/CCMW-2 (CBN)

with 2 CBN Tips for Machining

Hardened Steel, Sintered Metals

and High Temperature Alloys

CCGW 060202-F2

CCGW 060204-F2

CCGW 09T304-F2

CCGW 09T308-F2

CCGW 060202-M2

CCGW 060204-M2

CCMW 060202-M2

CCMW 060204-M2

CCGW 09T304-M2

CCGW 09T308-M2

CCMW 09T304-M2

CCMW 09T308-M2

CCGW 060204-R2

CCGW 09T304-R2

CCGW 09T308-R2

DNMA (CBN)

CBN Inserts with a Flat Rake

for Machining Hardened Steel

2.8

DNMA 150404T

DNMA 150408T

DNMA 150412T

DNMA 150604T

DNMA 150608T

DNMA 150612T

207 DNGA-4 (CBN)

55° Rhombic 4-Cornered

CBN Inserts for Machining

Hardened Steel

2.1

DNGA 150404T-MC

DNGA 150408-M4

DNGA 150408T-MC

DNGA 150412-M4

DNGA 150412T-MC

DNGA 150604T-MC

DNGA 150608T-MC

DNGA 150612T-MC

DNGA-2 (CBN)

55° Rhombic Inserts with 2 CBN

DNGA 150404-F2

DNGA 150404-M2

DNGA 150408-F2

DNGA 150408-M2

DNGA 150408-R2

DNGA 150412-F2

DNGA 150412-M2

DNGA 150412-R2

For tools, see pages: C#-DDJNR/L (27) • C#-PDJNR/L-JHP (26) • HSK A63WH-DDJNR/L (27) • HSK A63WH-DDNNN (28) • PDJNR/L (25) • PDJNR/L-JHP (25) •

S-DDUNR/L (92) • DDJNR/L-JHP-MC (27)

DNGG-M4HF/M4HM (CBN)

55° Rhombic Inserts with 4

208

DNGG 150408-M4HF

DNGG 150412-M4HM

93 º DCMT (CBN)

DCMT 11T304T

DCMT 11T308T

DCGW/DCMW-2 (CBN)

LE L

DCGW 070202-F2

DCGW 070204-F2

DCGW 11T302-F2

DCGW 11T304-F2

DCGW 11T308-F2

DCGW 070202-M2

DCGW 070204-M2

DCGW 070208-M2

DCGW 11T302-M2

DCMW 11T304-M2

DCGW 11T308-M2

DCMW 11T308-M2

DCGW 11T304T01315

DCGW 11T304-S2

0.05-0.12

VNGA-2 (CBN)

35° Rhombic Inserts with 2 CBN

IC RE

VNGA 160404-F2

VNGA 160404-M2

VNGA 160408-F2

VNGA 160408-M2

VNGA 160408-R2

209 93 º 91º

VNGA 160408-M4

4 CBN Tips for Machining

VNGA-4 (CBN)

0.02-0.30

35° Rhombic Insert with 4

VNGG 160408-M4HM

VNGG-M4HM (CBN)

0.50-0.80

VBMT (CBN)

Single Corner CBN Tipped

210

VBMT 160404T

0.05-0.39

0.05-0.11 35°

VBGW/VBMW-2 (CBN)

35° Positive Rhombic

Inserts with 2 CBN Tips for

VBGW 110304-F2

VBGW 160404-F2

VBGW 160408-F2

VBMW 110304-M2

VBGW 160404-M2

VBMW 160404-M2

VBGW 160408-M2

VBMW 160408-M2

0.05-0.11

VCGW-2 (CBN)

VCGW 160404-F2

VCGW 160404-M2

VCGW 160408-F2

VCGW 160408-M2

TNMA (CBN)

Corner CBN Tip for Machining

TNMA 160404T

TNMA 160408T

211 TNGA-MC/M6 (CBN)

Triangular Multi-Cornered

TNGA 160404T-MC

TNGA 160408-M6

TNGA 160408T-MC

60º

TNGA-M3 (CBN)

Triangular Inserts with 3 CBN

TNGA 160404-M3

TNGA 160408-M3

TNGA 160412-M3

TCMT (CBN)

Triangular Positive Inserts with

a Single CBN Flat Rake Tip for

212

TCMT 110204T

0.05-0.13 Triangular Inserts with a Single

CBN Top Corner Tip, 11°

Clearance for Machining Cast

TPGX 090202T

TPGX 090204T

TPGX 110302T

TPGX 110304T

0.05-0.05

TPGX (CBN)

TPGW-M3 (CBN)

3 CBN Tips for Machining

Sintered Metals and High

Temperature Alloys

TPGW 110204-M3

TPGW 110208-M3

TPGW 110304-M3

TPGW 110308-M3

For tools, see pages: A/E-STFPR-X (103)

213 LE

SNMA (CBN)

Square CBN Tipped Inserts with

a Single Flat Rake for Machining

RCGX (CBN)

CBN Round Inserts with a

Flat Rake for Machining Cast

140°

RCGX 060300T

RCGX 090300T

RCGX 120400T

214

SNMA 120408T

75 º ISOTURN INSERTS

215 ISOTURN INSERTS

Grades

ISO

P05-P25

M05-M15

TiN

PVD COATED

P10-P30

M10-M20

S05-S15

TiAlN

S.T.

S10-S20

P10-P20 M05-M15

S10-S20 K15-K30

H05-H15

P30-P45

M25-M45

CERMET

P15-P30 M20-M30

K20-K40 S15-S30

H20-H30

K05-K20

S.T. SUMO TEC

Coating Layers

216

ISCAR Turning Grades Chart

M05-M25

S15-S25

M15-M35

S20-S30

P05-P25 K10-K25

P10-P35

M15-M25

P20-P45

M20-M30

CVD COATED

AlTiN

K10-K25

TiCN

Al2O3

P05-P15

TiC

TiCN USER GUIDE

Recommended Applications

A hard cermet TiCN + TiN PVD coated grade. Used for turning, semi-finishing and finishing operations.

Recommended for steels at high cutting speeds and low feeds, provides excellent surface finish, resistance

to wear and plastic deformation. Features excellent wear resistance and prevents build-up edge.

A cermet TiCN + TiN PVD coated grade. Used for turning, semi-finishing and finishing operations.

Recommended for steels at medium to high cutting speeds and low to medium feeds,

provides excellent surface finish and prevents build-up edge.

A very hard submicron substrate with AlTiN + TiAlN PVD coating and a special SUMO TEC surface treatment.

Suitable for semi finishing and finishing operations of hard high temperature alloys at relatively high cutting speeds.

A hard submicron substrate with AlTiN + TiAlN PVD coating and a special SUMO TEC surface treatment.

First choice for turning of high temperature alloys. Suitable also for titanium alloys, at medium to relatively high cutting speeds.

A hard submicron substrate with TiAlN + TiN PVD coating and a special SUMO TEC surface treatment.

Suitable for turning of steel, alloy steels, austenitic stainless steel, high temperature alloys and hard steels

at medium cutting speeds.

TiAlN + TiN PVD coated grade with a special SUMO TEC surface treatment on very tough substrate

for turning of steel and stainless steel at low to medium speeds and medium to high feeds.

The grade is recommended for interrupted cut and machining at unstable conditions.

A hard submicron substrate with TiAlN PVD coating. Suitable for turning of steel, alloy steels, austenitic

stainless steel, high temperature alloys and hard steels at medium cutting speeds.

A tough submicron substrate with TiAlN PVD coating. Recommended for general use in turning operations on large variety

of materials as well as steel, alloy steels, austenitic stainless steel high temperature alloys at low to medium cutting speeds.

A TiC + Al2O3 multilayer CVD coated grade. Used for turning and grooving of grey and nodular cast iron

at medium to high cutting speeds.

A hard substrate with MTCVD TiCN and a thick alpha Al2O3 CVD coating with a special SUMO TEC surface treatment.

Used for turning of grey and nodular cast iron at high cutting speeds with stable conditions.

Used for machining of grey and nodular cast iron at medium to high cutting speeds with good resistance to chipping.

A hard substrate with MTCVD TiCN and a thick alpha Al2O3 CVD coating with cobalt enriched outer layer

and a special SUMO TEC surface treatment. Used for finishing and medium turning of stainless steel

at high cutting speeds. Features long tool life and high wear resistance.

A tough substrate with MTCVD TiCN and a thick alpha Al2O3 CVD coating and a special SUMO TEC surface treatment.

Recommended for machining stainless steel at high feeds and unfavorable conditions at medium cutting speed.

A hard substrate with a cobalt enriched layer, MTCVD TiCN and a thick Al2O3 CVD coating with a special SUMO TEC

surface treatment. Recommended for high speed machining of steels and martensitic stainless steel with moderate

feeds at stable conditions. Features excellent thermal stability and resistance to wear and plastic deformation.

A tough substrate with a cobalt enriched layer combined with MTCVD TiCN and a thick alpha Al2O3 CVD coating

with a special SUMO TEC surface treatment. Recommended for general use machining of steels and martensitic stainless steel

in a wide range of conditions, features high toughness and wear resistance.

A very tough substrate with a cobalt enriched layer combined with MTCVD TiCN and a thick alpha Al2O3 CVD coating

with a special SUMO TEC surface treatment. Recomended for steels and martensitic stainless steel.

Features high toughness with excellent results at unstable conditions and interrupted cut.

217 ISOTURN INSERTS

H10-H25

M10-M30

N10-N25

S10-S30

N05-N25 S05-S20

K10-K20 H05-H15

S05

H10

S10

H20

H25

K01-K10

H01-H10

K05-K15

S01-S10

N01-N10

218

UNCOATED

CBN

PCD USER GUIDE

A hard cermet grade, used for turning applications. Recommended for steels at high cutting speeds and low

feeds, provides excellent surface finish. Features improved wear resistance and prevents build-up edge.

A cermet grade, used for turning applications. Recommended for steels and stainless steel at medium to high cutting

speeds and low feeds, provides excellent surface finish. Features very good wear resistance and prevents build-up edge.

An uncoated submicron carbide grade, used for steels, stainless steel and high temperature alloys at low cutting speeds.

An uncoated carbide grade. Used for turning of aluminum and other nonferrous materials at medium to high

cutting speeds. Suitable also for high temperature and titanium alloys machining at low cutting speeds.

Uncoated grade that contains 95% PCBN composed of super fine grain size in a special binder.

Used for finishing operations with continuous conditions on sintered metals at high cutting speeds.

Features high hardness and ensures very good surface finish.

Extra fine grain 53% PCBN. Used for finishing operations of hardened steels at medium to high cutting speeds in

continuous up to light interrupted cutting conditions. Features very good wear resistance with excellent surface finish results.

Extra fine grain 53% PCBN with TiN PVD coating for hardened steel turning. Excellent crater wear

resistance for high speed machining. Newly developed PCBN substrate for high speed cutting.

Fine grain, composed of fine grain size in a special binder, very hard 95% PCBN grade.

Used for finishing operations on sintered metals at high cutting speeds and also for valve seats and

Titanium alloys at continuous up to light interrupted cutting conditions. Features high hardness and good wear resistance.

A combination of coarse and fine grain 65% PCBN. Used as a general purpose grade for finishing operations of hardened

steels at medium cutting speeds in continuous up to medium interrupted cutting conditions.

Features good balance between wear resistance and impact resistance.

TiN PVD coated, very tough grade 75% PCBN. Used for hardened steel turning.

High chipping resistance & extremely tough substrate for all-round use.

TiN PVD coated, medium grained PCBN particles are bound with special binder 75% PCBN substrate.

Used for medium and light interrupted cut turning of hardened steel. The surface is coated with dedicated coating material.

A 50% PCBN used for finishing operations of hardened steels (45-65 HRc) at medium to high cutting speeds

in continuous conditions. Features excellent wear resistance with very high surface finish results.

A 55% PCBN used for finishing operations of hardened steels (45-65 HRc) at medium cutting speeds in continuous

up to light interrupted cutting conditions. Features very good toughness properties at medium feeds and depths of cut.

A 90% PCBN used for finishing operations of cast iron at high cutting speeds and also for medium speeds on

hardened steels with heavy interrupted cutting conditions. Features very high toughness and impact resistance.

A PCD brazed tip, suitable for machining aluminum and other nonferrous materials at very high cutting speeds.

219 ISOTURN INSERTS

H05-H25

K05-K10

BLACK CERAMICS

H10-H30

K01-K20

IS9

SiAlON

WHITE CERAMICS

SILICON NITRIDE

WHISKER CERAMICS

220

TiN USER GUIDE

White ceramic features high toughness and wear resistance, used for high speed turning of cast iron,

especially high speed dry machining of cylinder liner.

Black Ceramic (Al2O3 + TiCN), mainly used for high speed machining of light roughing & finishing of hardened

steel. Also suitable for finishing operation of chilled cast iron.

Black Ceramic (Al2O3 + TiCN), mostly recommended for machining cast iron at finish to medium conditions.

Also suitable for light interrupted cut of hardened steel.

SiAlON High fracture toughness and thermal shock resistance. Used for very high speed

machining (up to 1200 m/min) roughing to finishing of cast iron, especially for automotive parts.

A Silicon Nitride grade. High wear resistance with good toughness and thermal shock

resistance. Used for high speed machining roughing to finishing of cast iron.

A Silicon Nitride ceramic grade. A very tough grade with high cutting edge stability.

Used for roughing to finishing applications on Ni base high temperature alloys and ductile cast iron.

Reinforced SiAlON composite grade, features high hardness, excellent for machining at

continuos conditions of high temperature alloys such as Inconel, Waspaloy etc.

Reinforced SiAlON composite grade, provides high hardness with excellent toughness for machining high

temperature alloys such as Inconel, Waspaloy etc. Suitable for high feeds and depth of cut.

A Si3N4 ceramic grade with CVD coating. High wear resistance with good toughness and thermal shock resistance.

Used for high speed machining roughing to finishing of cast iron.

Black Ceramic (Al2O3 + TiCN) with TiN PVD coating, used for high speed finishing machining of hardened steel.

Improved tool life up to 50% compared to uncoated grade.

Whiskers reinforced ceramic grade, provides high hardness with good toughness for machining Ni based

high temperature alloys such as Inconel, Waspaloy etc.

221 ISOTURN INSERTS

222

ISCAR Chipformers for Finishing

F3P Chipformer

1.7

12.5°

Double-sided insert with a positive

rake angle for finish machining

on stainless steel. Its unique

deflector geometry with a wavy

surface prevents chip hammering.

F3M Chipformer

15°

SF Chipformer

A unique super-finishing

chipformer that controls chip

flow at very low feeds and

cutting depths. Designed

to reduce crater wear.

18˚

Double-sided for semi-finishing

and finishing applications. Low

cutting forces are due to a very

sharp edge and positive rake.

NF Chipformer

1.42

WF Chipformer

Wiper geometry for high feed

finishing on soft and gummy

materials. Small depths of cut.

High positive rake and a

special edge preparation used

for rough and finish turning

on high temperature alloys.

Excellent performance on parts

such as automotive valves.

VL Chipformer

16°

Double-sided insert with

a positive rack angle to

reduce cutting forces for

finish machining on steel.

Chipformers for Medium Machining

Double-sided insert for

medium machining on steel

with a reinforced cutting

edge to increase tool life.

M3P Chipformer

.053

M3M Chipformer

TF Chipformer

Double-sided insert for medium

machining on stainless steel with

a reinforced cutting edge that

prevents notch wear at

tight radii to increase tool life.

Double-sided positive rake angles to

prevent strain hardening. The rake

angle varies along the edge to a

negative angle which prevents chipping.

Special design reduces cratering.

Used for carbon and alloy steel,

stainless steel and high-temp alloys.

223 ISOTURN INSERTS

PP Chipformer

Double-sided, very positive

rake, sharp- and positive radial

edge for heat-resistant alloys,

stainless steel, aluminum alloys

and soft, low carbon steel.

GN Chipformer

Double-sided for general

applications. Secure cutting

edge for medium- and semiroughing on steel and cast iron.

EM-M Chipformer

Double-sided sharp cutting

edge with a 16º positive rake

angle for machining high

temperature alloys at ap<3 mm.

1.11

0.07

16˚

Single-sided for medium to

rough machining on aluminum

and soft materials.

12 Chipformer

21˚

10˚

0.08

Chipformers for Roughing

Chip-breaker for rough machining

on steel with a positive rake

angle and reinforced cutting

edge for better performance

and longer tool life.

R3P Chipformer

0.12

R3M Chipformer

13.5°

T3P Chipformer

19°

TNM Chipformer

8.5˚

EM-R Chipformer

1.55

13º

224

17°

21º

Double-sided insert for rough

a unique deflector geometry

to improve chip control.

Includes a wavy surface to

prevent chip hammering.

Double-sided 6˚ negative

flank trigone insert for high

feed turning on steel.

Double-sided trigon for

roughing applications.

Feed ranges: from 0.25

to 0.65 mm/rev.

Depth of cut from 2 to 7 mm.

Double-sided sharp cutting edge

with a 13º positive rake angle

for machining high temperature

alloys at ap < 6 mm. Chipformers for Roughing

alloys at ap < 6 mm.

NR Chipformer

Double-sided for roughing

applications. Feed range: 0.25

mm/rev to 0.8 mm/rev. Depth

of cut from 2.00 to 10.0 mm.

M4PW Chipformer

14º

17º

M4MW Chipformer

Chipformer for heavy machining

applications on stainless steel.

The inserts feature a very

positive radial helical cutting

edge and a positive rake angle.

HT/WG Chipformer

14˚

Feed range: 0.08 mm/rev to

0.75 mm/rev. Depth of cut

from 1.5 mm to 8.0 mm.

HM Chipformer

21 ˚

13 ˚

Tangential insert with 4 cutting

edges for high metal removal

on steel up to 35mm DOC

H6P Chipformer

0.24

Main Chipformers for Positive Clearance Inserts

PF Chipformer

Super finishing and

finishing applications,

mainly on positive inserts.

Feed range: 0.03-0.20 mm/rev.

DOC 0.25-3.0 mm.

SM Chipformer

Finishing and boring applications.

Feed range: 0.06-0.25 mm/rev.

DOC 0.5-2.5 mm.

AS Chipformer

For general use machining on

aluminum and soft materials.

26˚

0.65

225 ISOTURN INSERTS

Additional Chipformer for Positive Clearance Inserts

Semi-finishing and finishing.

Medium feeds.

14 Chipformer

19˚

Application Range of Ceramic Inserts According to ISO Standard

Turning Grey and Nodular Cast Iron

K15

K10

K05

K01

K20

S01

Turning Nickel Based High Temperature Alloys

S15

S20

S25

S30

H30

226

H15

H05

H01

Turning Hardened Steel 45-65 HRc Ceramic Cutting Tools

IN11 Al2O3

High Speed Finishing on

Cast Iron and Steel

• Improves toughness and wear resistance

• ZrO2 additive

• Good for high speed turning

on steel and cast iron

IN22 Al2O3-TiCN

Turning of Hardened Steel and

Difficult-to-Cut Material

IS6 SiAlON

• High speed roughing and finish

machining on cast iron

• Higher cutting speeds,

when compared to SiN

based ceramic grades

• Can be used for both wet

and dry machining

• Suitable for turning automotive

parts such as brake drums,

brake disks, etc.

• High productivity in rough turning

on steel mill rolls composed

of high-Cr steel, HSS (High

Speed Steel) and adamite

Application Range for Machining Cast Iron

Cutting

Speed

• High speed machining of steel, tool steel, hardened

steel, chilled cast iron, high chromium steel, etc.

• Suitable for light roughing-to-finishing of cast iron

Feed

IN23 Al2O3-TiC

Medium-to-Finishing Cutting

on Cast Iron

• Light interrupted turning on grey cast

iron and nodular cast iron

• Milling with finishing conditions on grey cast iron

IS8 Si3N4

Turning and Milling of

Grey Cast Iron

• Roughing and interrupted (1) cutting on cast iron

• Machining on nodular cast iron and superalloy

Coolant is not recommended for interrupted cutting.

227 ISOTURN INSERTS

IS80 CVD Coated Si3N4

High Speed Rough Turning

on Grey Cast Iron

• Multi-layered coating on IS8 matrix

IW7 AL2O3+Sic Whiskers

Main Advantages

• High hardness (Hv 2,100)

• High fracture toughness due to SiC (silicon

carbide) whisker reinforced ceramics

• Excellent thermal shock resistance, which enables

using coolant and interrupted cut machining

• Excellent for roughing and semi-finishing

operations at 8-10 times faster cutting speeds

when compared with carbide grades

• Good oxidation resistance due to its alumina substrate

Cutting Speed

(m/min)

450

IS9 Si3N4

Turning Nickel

Based Alloys

• Very tough Si3N4

ceramic grade with high

cutting edge stability

• Machining on nickel

based high temprature

alloys, in roughing to

finishing applications

• Honing is the standard

edge preparation

228

0.30

Feed mm/rev ISO-H

Hard Materials Turning

IB10H (fine grain 0.5µm)

Uncoated, fine grain PCBN grade.

Application

Used at medium cutting speed, continuous

or light interrupted cut on hardened steels.

Provides excellent surface finish.

Workpiece hardness range: 50-65 HRc.

CBN Content

53.5%

Binder

TiN-Al

65%

75%

Uncoated, general purpose PCBN grade. Good balance

between wear and impact resistance. Composed

of both fine and medium CBN grain sizes.

Continuous to medium interrupted

cut on hardened steel.

TiN coated, PCBN grade with excellent wear

resistance. Composed of very fine grain CBN.

Medium to high speed, continuous

machining on hardened steel.

Ti (C, N, O) coated grade, composed

of medium CBN grain.

High speed, continuous to light

interrupted machining.

Ti (C,N,O) coated grade composed of medium CBN grain.

General purpose machining on hardened steel.

229 ISOTURN INSERTS

ISO-S

Super fine, CBN grain with a very high CBN content.

Turning on ferrous sintered metals.

95%

Co-Al-WC

A very high CBN content grade, featuring high hardness.

Turning on ferrous sintered metals such as

valve seats and Ti alloys components.

CBN Inserts

• Suitable for difficult-to-cut materials such as

sintered metal, hardened steel and super alloys.

• Saves machining costs and shortens the work

cycle by enabling machining of hardened steel.

• Provides an excellent surface finish.

Cubic Boron Nitride

Tungsten Carbide

ISCAR’s CBN upgrade supports the worldwide

increase in demand for CBN tipped inserts.

ISCAR features 7 CBN (Cubic Boron Nitride) grades

for two main workpiece material groups:

For hardened steel:

ISO-H: IB10H, IB20H, IB10HC, IB25HC, IB25HA

For high temperature alloys:

ISO-S: IB05S, IB10S

230

• Significant improvement in productivity by high

speed machining on hardened steel.

• Capable of high speed cutting of cast iron. CBN Grades

Grades & Applications for Hardened Steel

Material

Wear

Resistance

ISO-H

Hardened

Steels

New

Grade

Composition

(% CBN)

53.5

Excellent surface finish. Super

fine grain. Continuous cut.

65

Composed of both fine and medium

CBN grains. General-purpose grade for

continuous to light interrupted machining.

Finishing on hardened steel

(45 - 65 HRc) and nodular cast

iron. Continuous cutting.

Features and Applications

Semi-finishing on hardened steel

iron. Interrupted cutting.

TiN coated grade very fine CBN grain.

High speed continuous machining.

Ti (C, N, O) coated CBN grade.

High speed continuous to

Ti (C, N) coated CBN grade.

High toughness. General purpose

coated grade. Available with two

types of chipbreakers (HF, HM).

Toughness

COATED

Grades & Applications for Cast Iron

ISCAR New

ISO-K

Cast

Iron &

Metal

85

Hardened steel and cast iron

(>45 HRc). Grey cast iron and

nodular cast irons. Powdered

metal/sintered iron. Super alloys/

heat resistant alloys. Sintered

tungsten carbide >17% Co. High

speed cutting of cast iron.

High speed cutting on cast

iron, cutting cemented

tungsten carbide, sintered

metal and super alloy.

Grades & Applications for High Temperature Alloys

Exotic

Materials

Super fine grain CBN for

machining ferrous sintered metals.

For machining valve seats,

sintered metals and Ti alloys.

Cutting cemented tungsten

carbide, sintered metal

and super alloy.

231 ISOTURN INSERTS

Edge Preparation and Recommended Applications

T-Land Sizes for Standard Items

T (mm)

20°

F• For finishing and

super finishing

r0.03-0.04

α°

E• For semi-finishing and

T• For semi-roughing and

finishing

f < 0.2 mm/rev

S• For heavy roughing

roughing

f > 0.2 mm/rev

and interrupted

cutting

Silicon Nitride for Cast Iron

What is ISCANITE?

Which material can ISCANITE machine?

ISCANITE is primarily used on cast iron and high

temperature alloys, brass and composites. Steel

is the only material usually avoided because

of various chemical incompatibilities.

ISCANITE Benefits

ISCANITE will increase your productivity, reduce your

machining costs and can drastically reduce tool forces.

ISCANITE increases productivity through additional metal

removal rates and can fully utilize a machine’s potential.

Machining costs are reduced with increased tool life,

along with less downtime for indexing, gauging, and

adjustments.

Cutting Speed and Cutting Force

It is preferable to machine at higher cutting speeds and

lower cutting forces (Point A is preferred over Point B.)

In this case, pressure is reduced on the workpiece and

any tendency of the workpiece to move or vibrate.

If the available machine power is higher, or the machine

can be stepped up. The use of higher cutting speeds of

750 m/min is possible, with the same cutting force as at

Point B. (See Point C.) The positive influence of cutting

speed and feed on machining conditions: higher cutting

speeds are recommended and possible for silicon

nitride inserts.

232

6000

5000

Cutting Force Fc

ISCANITE is a cutting tool material containing over

90 percent silicon nitride. ISCANITE is produced by

unique hot pressing methods to achieve full density,

and provides superior toughness along with high

thermal-shock resistance. These characteristics make

ISCANITE an ideal cutting tool material with impact

resistance near that of coated carbides, and the heat

and wear resistance of aluminum-oxide ceramics.

4000

75kW

3000

37kW

2000

18.75kW

7.5kW

1000

150 300

450 600

750 900 1050 1200 1350 1500

Cutting Speed Vc m/min For the following grades: IB10HC, IB10H, IB20H, IB25HC, IB25HA, IB05S, IB10S.

Existing

New Edge Preparation Program

0.13

T• For continuous and

S• For high

surface finish

Chip Breaking Area for Hardened Steel

F• For finishing at

M• For medium,

R• For light to heavy

continuous cut

Depth of cut [mm]

interrupted cut

continuous up to

light interrupted cut

New Edge Preparations

interrupted cutrough machining

Feed rate [mm/rev]

New Innovative Chipbreakers for Hardened Steel

CBN inserts with two types of chipbreakers: HF and HM

Chipbreakers

HF Type

Existing Method

No chip control

suitable for

long linear cuts

Excellent chip control at

small depths of cut

HM Type

Used for large depth of cut

When turning hard materials, long and

tangled chips are produced.

The HF or HM chipformers provide excellent

chip control at various depths of cut.

PCD Inserts

• Excellent surface finishing on aluminum,

nonferrous metals and non-metal materials.

• Longer tool life in high speed machining, due to high

wear resistance and excellent thermal conductivity.

Tungsten

Carbide

Polycrystalline

Diamond

Note: Not for use on steel or cast iron

Grades and Application

Diamond Size

Feature and Application

High Cobalt

8-9 µm

Suitable for Al alloy (Si < 12%), Cu alloy General purpose cutting of nonferrous metal

Recommended Cutting Condition Turning

Workpiece

Cutting Speed (m/min)

Feed (mm/rev)

Depth of Cut (mm)

Al alloy (4-9% Si)

Al alloy (9-14% Si)

Cu alloy

800-2500

600-1280

600-1000

0.1-0.3

0.05-0.2

0.05-3.0

233 ISOTURN INSERTS

Cutting Parameters and Application Recommendations

Machining Areas of ISO-H Grades

Continuous Cut

Edge

Preparation

Interrupted Cut

Vc [m/min]

300

Bearing Steel

(58-65 HRc)

Case

Hardenend

Steel (55-62

HRc)

High Tensile

Steel (45-56

234

Feed rate [mm/rev] Continuous Cut

High Speed

(58-66 HRc)

Hot Work Tool

(45-56 HRc)

Cold Work Tool

(55-64 HRc)

Machining Areas of ISO-S Grades

Sintered Metal

(45-68 HRc)

235 ISOTURN INSERTS

Machining Data for Turning

Non-alloy steel and cast steel, free cutting

steel

420

Annealed

650

< 0.55 %C

Quench and temper

850

>= 0.55 %C

750

Low alloy steel and cast steel

(less than 5% all element)

Stainless steel

275

1200

350

680

1100

325

Ferritic/martensitic

Martensitic

820

Condition

Tensile Strength

Rm [N/mm2=MPa]

Hardness

HB

No.

Austenitic

600

Pearlitic/ferritic

Pearlitic/martensitic

260

Ductile cast iron (nodular)

Ferritic

17

(GGG)

Pearlitic

<=12% Si

Not cureable

21

cured

23

High temp.

Free cutting

Brass

Electrolitic copper

Duroplastics, fiber plastics

29

hard rubber

31

Cured

280

Fe based

Ni or Co based

Ti alloys

Hardened steel

Chilled cast iron

Cast iron

236

Rm 400

Alpha+beta alloys cured

Rm 1050

37

Titanium

>1% Pb

Non-metallic

Super alloys

>12% Si

Copper alloys

High temp. alloys

Aluminum - cast, alloyed

930

Quench and tempered

Aluminum - wrought alloy

Malleable cast iron

< 0.25 %C

Grey cast iron (GG)

>= 0.25 %C

High alloyed steel, cast steel and tool steel

55 HRC

60 HRC

39

400

41 Cutting Speed

Cermet

Cermet+PVD

Carbide +PVD

Carbide+CVD

IC3028/830

IC5005/428

250-400

230-380

250-420

230-400

120-200

280-420

300-450

220-350

200-330

220-380

200-350

100-170

200-340

240-380

260-400

180-320

160-300

180-350

160-320

80-150

170-300

220-360

210-340

190-320

210-370

190-340

90-160

140-280

160-330

140-300

80-130

160-280

150-280

170-330

150-300

70-130

200-320

220-340

160-250

140-230

140-250

60-120

190-300

210-320

150-220

130-200

150-250

130-230

50-100

120-220

180-280

200-300

180-300

180-330

170-280

IC807/907

Carbide+PVD

IC808/908

100-200

90-200

50-120

IC5010/

IC5005/ 428

4028

120-180

Ceramics

+CVD

150-400

500-900

80-300

IB90/85

120-240

100-350

50-250

350-700

300-600

250-350

300-800

500-1200

300-1000

400-1000

500-12000

250-500

200-600

200-500

250-800

350-500

PCD

1000-2500

600-2500

250-600

180-400

600-800

40-55

35-45

30-45

25-35

30-40

25-30

65 - 105

50-80

20-30

15-25

50 - 90

40 - 85

100-160

50-60

40-65

45-60

20-25

40-70

10-20

30-65

30-50

80-160

150-200

130-160

30-60

Whiskers

200-400

150-350

100-250

150-450

+PVD

IB50/55

IB85/90

50-150

60 - 170

40-120

100-220

100-140

80-140

40-100

60 - 140

80-120

30-200

30 - 230

70-150

60-100

237 ISOTURN INSERTS

Key Points for Turning with CBN

Benefits of using CBN inserts

1 Can replace grinding operations, which

reduces machining costs.

2 Dimensional stability, which is especially important in mass

production. Minimizes the amount of scrapped parts.

3 “Green” approach, due to minimized usage of coolant.

There are a few guidelines to follow to achieve the best

results and high productivity when machining

hard materials:

• CBN is characterized by hardness of 4500 HV.

The high hardness of CBN enables it to machine

hard materials at high speeds and feeds.

• Successful HPT (Hard Part Turning) demands

not only suitable cutting tools, but also the right

conditions, preparation and environment.

• HPT begins with a correct “soft” state machining design

that will create the best possible conditions for HPT.

The “soft” state (around 20-40 HRc) is the

state in which the workpiece material is yet

to be hardened to its final hardness.

Important points when planning the

“soft” machining process:

Avoid burrs

Keep close dimensional tolerances

Do not enter or exit a cut suddenly

Enter and exit by planning radius movements

Use wiper inserts to achieve superior surface finish

Do not leave sharp corners (round or chamfer)

Machine stability, rigidity and thermal stability are

vital conditions for producing a high quality finished

part. The better the stability of the overall machine

concept, the closer the tolerances will be achieved.

• Clamping the workpiece with sufficient force will prevent

its movement and improve surface finish. Make sure that

you employ wide clamping jaws which offer better grip on

the workpiece, compared to ordinary three point jaws.

• Using tailstock in long parts will add even more

stability and rigidity to the machining process.

Rounding and chamfering at the ”soft” state

238

Rigid clamping of the workpiece and toolholder

• Large cross section tools further add to system rigidity.

• Coolant - Generally, do not use coolant when machining

hard materials. CBN inserts tolerate high cutting

temperatures, and therefore have no need for coolant.

Avoiding coolant is more economical, environmentally

friendly and better because as the material heats up

during the turning process, it becomes slightly softer

and easier to machine. However, there may be some

applications that require using coolant: in cases of

continuous turning when high surface finish is required.

Use tailstock in long parts Complete Machining Solutions

GROOVE-TURN

START GROOVE TURN

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GROOVE-TURN  239

Selection Guide  . 242

External Tools and Inserts

HELI-GRIP Tools and Inserts  . 249

TOP-GRIP Tools and Inserts  256

CUT-GRIP Tools and Inserts . 258

Tools, Adapters and Blades (short pocket) .

258

Tools, Adapters and Blades (long pocket)  .

268

Utility Inserts  .

271

Precision Ground Inserts 

Inserts for Specific Applications and Materials

Cast Iron 

282

Hardened Steel  

283

High Temperature Alloys .

284

Aluminum  .

Next to Shoulder 

286

Undercutting  .

287

Pulley V Grooves 

288

T/L Grooves  

289

GDMW Tools and Inserts 

293

Multi-Corner Grooving Tools and Inserts

PENTACUT (5 cutting edges) .

295

GTGA (3 cutting edges)  

311

Tools and Inserts for Heavy Duty Grooving and Turning  . 313

ISCAR 323

329

338

339

GROOVE TURN

Internal Tools and Inserts

CUT-GRIP Boring Bars Dmin 12.5 mm (GEPI inserts) .

CUT-GRIP Boring Bars Dmin 20 mm (GIPI/GIFI/GINI inserts)  

TOP-GRIP Boring Bars Dmin 20.5 mm  

HELI-GRIP Boring Bars Dmin 26 mm .

CUT-GRIP Boring Bars Dmin 64 mm (GDMY/F/N 8 mm inserts) 

CUT-GRIP Blades Dmin 70 mm  

Tools for Swiss-Type and Small Lathe Machines

SWISSCUT 347

CUT-GRIP  356

Internal Boring Bars and Inserts

PICCO (Dmin 0.6 mm)  .

MINICHAM (Dmin 4 mm) 

MINCUT (Dmin 8 mm) 

CHAMGROOVE (Dmin 8 mm) 

359

372

374

375

Form Tools 343

Broaching Tools  . 401

Tools for Machining Aluminum Wheels  405

USER GUIDE  . 380

PARTING  . 417

FACE GROOVING AND TURNING . 533

TOOL BLOCKS . 585

EXCHANGEABLE HEAD HOLDERS 589

241 GROOVE TURN

SELECTION GUIDE

Information to Select the Correct Insert

ISCAR has an extensive variety of Groove-Turn products.

In many cases, you can perform your operation by

using several different products. In order to make

the optimal selection, these basic parameters need

to be defined:

Insert width [CW]

Necessary tolerance on the insert

Maximum depth of grooving [CDX]

Application requirement grooving and

turning, or only grooving (E-Type or not)

According to these parameters:

• Select the most suitable product

according to the tables on pages 243-244

• Select the most suitable chipformer

according to the information on pages 245-247

Utility Inserts

Precision Grooving Inserts

Pressed to Size Inserts

Peripheral Ground Inserts

Width

± 0.05

± 0.02

Repeatability

± 0.10

± 0.025

CW±0.05

CW

CW±0.02

If you don’t need the tight tolerance, save money

and select a utility insert (less expensive).

What is an E-type Groove-Turn Insert?

E-type inserts are precision ground grooving

inserts with turning capability.

These inserts include the letter E in their description.

(example: GIP 3.00E-0.4). This is to distinguish

them from precision ground inserts which are not

suitable for turning operations and don’t include an

E in their description. (example: GIP 3.00-0.2)

• E-type inserts usually have a larger corner radius

• E-type inserts have a larger honing size

242

Precision

Grooving

E-Type

Groove-Turn

CW External Groove-Turn Insert Type

HEAVY DUTY

Number of

Cutting Edges

Utility

Option for Turning

Precision Ground

Properties

CW range

CDX

Page

PENTACUT

Size 17

0.25-3.18

295-297

Size 24

0.5-4.23

1-6.5

303-309

Size 34

1.5-4.0

5-10

310-311

HELI-GRIP

3-6.35

No depth limit

254-255

TOP-GRIP

10.5-18.6

257-258

Short Pocket

3-12

271-275

0.5-11.0

13**

276-287

Long Pocket

8.0-11.0

SUMO-GRIP

6-14

319

TIGER

315, 320

*

* Not on all the products

** On most items

243 Internal Groove-Turn Insert Type

PICCO/

MG PCO

PICCO

2.0-7.0

0.4-2.5

0.5-2

362-372

MG/MGCH

GIQR 8

0.7-1.5

0.5-4

376, 378-379

GIQR 11

1.5-2.3

0.75-5

377

MGCH

GIQR 11-15

1-3

378

GEHIR/L

GEPI/

GEMI

12.5-16

2.4-3.0

1-3.18

326-329

GHIR/L

GIFI/GIPI/

GINI/GIMIY

20-49

2.5-8.0

1.53-6.35

322-327

TGIR/L

TGMF

20.5-57

5.5-17.5

HELIIR/L

GRIP

26-53

5-12

GHIR/L 40-8

GDMF/

GDMY/

GDMN .

15-20

8-11

271-277

GHIC/CGHN

GIP/GIF/

GIMN/GIMF/

GIA .

70-250

10-26

2.8-6.35

271-287

Tool

244

SELECTION GUIDE Chipbreaker Selection

T-Type

• Optimal performance in wide range of materials

and cutting conditions

• High efficiency in full grooving, partial

grooving and turning applications

• Utility inserts only

• Width range

External: 2.39 - 6.35 mm

General Use

P-Type

Very “open” geometry

Medium to high feed in turning and grooving

Large variety of standard sizes

Precision ground inserts only

Width range

Internal: 2.39 - 6.35 mm

First choice in grooving

Low to medium feeds in grooving and turning

Both precision ground and utility inserts

External: 3.0 - 10 mm

Internal: 3 - 6 mm

F-Type

G-Type

• Efficient chipbreaker for narrow

width grooves

• Width range: 1 - 2.3 mm

• No option for turning

Y-Type

General use in grooving and turning

Positive top rake reduces cutting forces

Excellent for long shafts

Eliminates vibrations

External: 8 - 20 mm

HG-Y-Type

• General use in grooving and turning

• Efficient for a wide range of materials

External: 3 - 6.35 mm

Internal: 3 - 6.35 mm

245 GROOVE TURN

Chipbreaker Selection

Problematic and Specific Materials

N-Type

• First choice in grooving of problematic,

soft & gummy materials

• Very low to medium feeds

(from 0.05 mm/rev)

• Both precision ground and utility inserts

• Option for turning

External: 3 - 8 mm

Internal: 2 - 5 mm

M-Type

• Unique chipbreaker with splitter

Chips are split into 3 segments

• Efficient for problematic,

• Option for light turning

• Width - 8 mm

A-Type

• First choice for machining cast Iron

• Peripheral 15° T-land on a flat top

• Exerts high cutting forces, therefore

suitable for stable conditions

• Precision ground inserts only

PA-Type

• First choice for machining aluminum

• High positive rake

• Peripheral ground and polished top rake

with a very sharp edge

• Suitable also for finish operations on

CW-Type

• Unique chipformer for heavy-duty grooving

• Very wide chipbreaking range on carbon

and alloy steel

• Width range 14, 17 and 20 mm

246

ISCAR Chipbreaker Selection

Profiling (Full radius)

First choice in profiling

External: 3 - 12 mm

Internal: 2 - 3 mm

YF-Type

• First choice for profiling

ductile materials

• First choice for profiling aluminum

• Peripheral ground and polished top

rake with a very sharp edge

YZ-Type

• First choice for profiling ductile aluminum

H-Type

• Unique chipbreaker for heavy-duty profiling

• Negative T-land for extra edge toughness

• Suitable for heavy interrupted cuts and

cast iron machining

• Width - 12 mm

247 GROOVE TURN

Chipbreaker Width Range

External

3.48

2.39

HG-Y

PA

Internal

Suitable Chipbreaker and Required Feed Range for Workpiece Material

High

Alloy Steel

Austenitic Stainless High Temp. Alloys

Nonferrous

PA*

A*

PA (finish only)

T*

Low

* First Choice

248

HG

F C#-HELIR/L

External Tools for Turning,

Grooving and Parting with

CUTDIA

CWN-CWX

Left-hand shown

C4 HELIR/L 3T20

C4 HELIR/L 4T25

C5 HELIR/L 3T20

C5 HELIR/L 4T25

C5 HELIR/L 5T25

C6 HELIR/L 3T20

C6 HELIR/L 4T25

C6 HELIR/L 5T25

C6 HELIR/L 6T30

CWN(1)

CWX(2)

CUTDIA(3)

19.60

25.30

24.90

24.40

31.80

31.40

30.90

30.40

GRIP 3, HGN 3

GRIP 4, DGN 4

GRIP 5, DGN 5

GRIP 6, DGN 6

SR M6X16 DIN912

• The depth of cut (CDX) for grooving is limited by the part diameter CUTDIA, for grooving depth capacity, see table below

(2) Maximum cutting width

(3) Maximum parting diameter

For inserts, see pages: GRIP (254) • GRIP (full radius) (255) • DGN/DGNC/DGNM-C (438) • HGN-C (445) • DGR/L-C DGRC/LC-C (439) • DGN/DGNM-J/JS/JT (440) •

HGN-J (446) • HGR/L-C (445) • HGR/L-J/JS (446) • DGR/L-J/JS (441) • DGN-MF (442) • DGN-UT/UA (443) • DGN-W (439) • HGN-UT (446)

Grooving Depth Capacity

∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ 1151

∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞

∞ ∞ ∞ 1277 426

∞ 787 394 264 199

384

231

167

131

109

257

185

145

103

161

136 118

1957 653

105

393

91

1301

87

282 221

83

1127

434

81

1879

376

261

627

227

137

163

111

107

99

249 GROOVE TURN

HELIR/L

External Holders for Turning,

Grooving and Parting

WB

CDX WF

HELIR/L 1212-3T12

HELIR/L 1616-3T12

HELIR/L 2020-3T12

HELIR/L 2525-3T12

HELIR/L 1616-4T12

HELIR/L 2020-4T12

HELIR/L 2525-4T12

HELIR/L 2020-5T12

HELIR/L 2525-5T12

HELIR/L 2525-6T12

HELIR/L 1616-3T20 (1)

HELIR/L 2020-3T20 (1)

HELIR/L 2525-3T20 (1)

HELIR/L 3232-3T20 (1)

HELIR/L 1616-4T20

HELIR/L 2020-4T25

HELIR/L 2525-4T25

HELIR/L 3232-4T25

HELIR/L 2020-5T25

HELIR/L 2525-5T25

HELIR/L 3232-5T25

HELIR/L 2525-6T30

HELIR/L 3232-6T30

CDX(2)

CWN(3)

CWX(4)

CUTDIA(5)

10.80

14.80

18.80

23.80

18.40

17.90

22.90

22.40

30.80

29.90

29.40

135.00

51.4

GRIP-3 ., HG.-3

GRIP-4 ., DG.-4

GRIP-5 ., DG.-5

GRIP-6 ., DG.-6

• For tool type as shown in Fig.2, CDX for grooving is limited by the part diameter CUTDIA, for grooving depth capacity, see table below • For user guide, see pages 380-395

(1) DGN inserts are not suitable for this tool

(2) Does not depend on the workpiece diameter

(3) Minimum cutting width

(4) Maximum cutting width

(5) Maximum parting diameter

HELIR/L 1616-3T20

HELIL 2020-3T20

HELIR 2020-3T20

HELIR/L 2525-3T20

HELIR/L 3232-3T20

HELIL 2020-5T25

HELIR 2020-5T25

SR M5X16 DIN912

SR M6X20 DIN912

Depth Capacity

HELIR/L 2020-3T20

HELIR/L 2020-4T20

HELIR/L 2525-4T20

HELIR/L 3232-4T20

HELIR/L 2020-5T20

HELIR/L 2525-5T20

HELIR/L 3232-5T20

HELIR/L 2525-6T20

HELIR/L 3232-6T20

∞ ∞ ∞

∞ 604 261

∞ ∞ 194 80

∞ 299 123 80

815 229 136 99

169 127 103 89

∞ ∞ 505 132

∞ 626 270

6.5 8.0 10.0 12.0 14.0 16.0 18.0

79

98 –

∞ ∞

368 233

175 149

∞ ∞ ∞ 354 135 98

∞ 1718 345 194 121 98

20.0 21.0 23.0 25.0 28.0 30.0 HGPAD

OHN WF(assembly)

WF(holder)

Adapters for Turning,

HOLDER: MAHL

WF (adapter)

WB CWN-CWX

Left-hand shown • WF(assembly)=WF(holder)+WF(adapter)

HGPAD 3R/L-T12

HGPAD 3R/L-T20

HGPAD 4L-T12

HGPAD 4L-T20

HGPAD 5L-T12

HGPAD 5L-T20

HGPAD 6L-T12

HGPAD 6R/L-T22

CDX(3)

OHN(4)

WF(5)

18.7

23.2

39.70

45.70

43.20

47.70

HOLDER:

MAHPR

• DO-GRIP DGN, HGN inserts can be used for grooving only • For user guide, see pages 380-395

(3) Cutting depth maximum

(4) Minimum overhang

(5) WF(adapter)

LPR

HGPAD-JHP

Adapters with High Pressure

Coolant Channels Carrying

HELI-GRIP Inserts

HGPAD 3R/L-T20-JHP

HGPAD 4L-T20-JHP

HGPAD 5L-T20-JHP

HGPAD 6R/L-T22-JHP

WF(assembly)=WF(holder)+WF(adapter)

5.95

5.55

5.10

4.60

• For user guide and accessories, see pages 380-400

For inserts, see pages: DGN-MF (442) • GRIP (254) • GRIP (full radius) (255) • DGN/DGNC/DGNM-C (438) • HGN-C (445) • DGN/DGNM-J/JS/JT (440) • HGN-J (446) •

HGR/L-C (445) • HGR/L-J/JS (446) • DGN-UT/UA (443) • HGN-UT (446) • DGN-W (439)

For holders, see pages: C#-MAHD-JHP (593) • C#-MAHPD-JHP (593) • MAHR/L-JHP-MC (263) • MAHPR/L-JHP (264) • MAHR/L-JHP (263)

Flow Rate vs. Pressure

HGPAD 4R/L-T20-JHP

HGPAD 5R/L-T20-JHP

Flow Rate (liters/min)

5-7

9-11

11-13

16-18

6-8

10-12

12-14

7-9

13-15

19-21

HGFH

Parting and Grooving Blades

for 3 mm GRIP Inserts

150°

HGFH 26-3

HGFH 32-3

100.0

EDG 23B*

Maximum overhang

For inserts, see pages: GRIP (254) • GRIP (full radius) (255) • HGN-C (445) • HGR/L-C (445) • HGN-J (446) • HGN-UT (446) • HGR/L-J/JS (446)

For holders, see pages: C#-TBK-R/L (591) • HSK A-WH-TBK-R/L (598) • SGTBF (587) • SGTBR/L (587) • SGTBU/SGTBN (586) • UBHCR/L (587)

251 GROOVE TURN

with and without Coolant

Channels Carrying DO-GRIP

and HELI-GRIP Inserts

DGFH 26-1.4

DGFH 26-2 (1)

DGFH 26-3 (1)

DGFH 26C-3 (2)

DGFH 26-4

DGFH 32-1.4

DGFH 32-2 (1)

DGFH 32-3 (1)

DGFH 32C-3 (2)

DGFH 32-4

DGFH 32C-4 (3)

DGFH 32-5

DGFH 32-6

DGFH 45-3

DGFH 45-4

DGFH 45-5

DGFH 45-6

DGFH

DGFH-C

CWN(4)

CWX(5)

1.40

1.90 (6)

3.00 (6)

4.10

2.50 (7)

1.80

225.00

39.0 (8)

69.0

160.0

DG. 14 

DG. 1 ./DG. 2 .

DG. 1 ./DG. 3 .

DGNC/DGRC/DGLC 3 .

DG. 4 ./GRIP 4 .

DG. 14

DGNC/DGRC/DGLC 4 .

DG. 5 ./GRIP 5 .

DG. 6 ./GRIP 6 .

• DG 1.0 insert can be mounted into pocket sizes 2 and 3, in which case the pocket width has to be modified • For user guide, see pages 380-395

(1) For CUTDIA 50 mm, use single-ended insert (should be modified by the user)

(2) Blades with frontal coolant holes (JET-CUT)

• For CUTDIA 50 mm, use single-ended insert (should be modified by the user)

(3) These blades are suitable for turning, using GRIP 4 inserts • Blades with frontal coolant holes (JET-CUT)

(4) Minimum cutting width

(5) Maximum cutting width

(6) For DG. 1 . insert, modify holder

(7) Thickness at the D.O.C. area is 1.0 mm

(8) Maximum diameter with double-sided inserts.

For inserts, see pages: DGN-LF/LFT (441) • DGN-MF (442) • DGN/DGNC/DGNM-C (438) • DGR/L-C DGRC/LC-C (439) • DGN/DGNM-J/JS/JT (440) • DGR/L-J/JS (441)

• DGN-P (444) • DGN-UT/UA (443) • DGN-W (439) • DGN-WP (444) • DGN-Z (442) • DGR-P (444) • DGR-WP (445) • DGR-Z/ZS (443) • GRIP (254)

• GRIP (full radius) (255)

For holders, see pages: C#-TBK-R/L (591) • HSK A-WH-TBK-R/L (598) • SGTBF (587) • SGTBK (587) • SGTBR/L (587) • SGTBU/SGTBN (586) • UBHCR/L (587)

DGFH 26-2

DGFH 26-3

DGFH 26C-3

DGFH 32-2

DGFH 32-3

DGFH 32C-3

DGFH 32C-4

EDG 23A*

EDG 33A*

252

SGC 340

SGCU 341*

CGF 343*

CF 343*

CGM 343*

CGM 343* Max.

Min.

with Channels for Low and

Carrying DO-GRIP Inserts

Max.

DGFH 32-2-JHP (1)

DGFH 32-3-JHP

DGFH 32-4-JHP

DGFH 32-5-JHP

DGFH 32-6-JHP (1)

CWN(2)

CWX(3)

1.90 (4)

3.00 (4)

152.00

160.00

24.9

DG. 1 ./DG. 3 . SR M2.0X2.5DIN916

DG. 4 ./GRIP 4 . SR M2.0X2.5DIN916

DG. 5 ./GRIP 5 . SR M2.0X2.5DIN916

EDG 33A-JHP*

DGFH-JHP

(1) Only an upper channel

(2) Minimum cutting width

(3) Maximum cutting width

(4) For DG. 1 . insert, modify holder

For inserts, see pages: DGN-LF/LFT (441) • DGN-MF (442) • DGN-P (444) • DGN-UT/UA (443) • DGN-W (439) • DGN-WP (444) • DGN-Z (442)

• DGN/DGNC/DGNM-C (438) • DGN/DGNM-J/JS/JT (440) • DGR-P (444) • DGR-WP (445) • DGR-Z/ZS (443) • DGR/L-C DGRC/LC-C (439) • DGR/L-J/JS (441)

• GRIP (254) • GRIP (full radius) (255)

For holders, see pages: TGTBU-JHP (454)

253 Utility Double-Ended

Inserts for External, Internal

and Face Machining

BW

No depth penetration limit

GRIP 3002Y

GRIP 3003Y

GRIP 318-040Y

GRIP 4002Y

GRIP 4004Y

GRIP 476-080Y

GRIP 5005Y

GRIP 5008Y

GRIP 6005Y

GRIP 6008Y

GRIP 635-080Y

CWTOL(1)

RETOL(2)

0.050

3.10

±0.1

•••

••

• •

f turn

f groove

f facegroove

f face-turn

0.25-1.80

0.40-1.80

0.50-1.90

0.25-2.40

0.60-3.60

1.00-3.60

1.00-3.80

0.14-0.18

0.15-0.19

0.17-0.22

0.16-0.21

0.18-0.24

0.21-0.33

0.20-0.30

0.23-0.35

0.22-0.36

0.24-0.42

0.25-0.44

0.07-0.11

0.07-0.12

0.09-0.14

0.09-0.15

0.11-0.20

0.11-0.21

0.13-0.23

0.13-0.25

0.14-0.27

0.10-0.24

0.12-0.24

0.12-0.28

• For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)

(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

For tools, see pages: C#-HELIR/L (249) • C#-HFIR/L-MC (555) • CR HFIR-M (557) • D/HGAD RE/LE-JHP (437) • DGAD/HGAD (436) • DGFH (252) • DGFH-JHP (253)

• DGFS (427) • DGTR/L (433) • HELIIR/L (339) • HELIR/L (250) • HFAER/L-4 (551) • HFAER/L-5T, 6T (552) • HFAIR/L-4 (554) • HFAIR/L-DG (555) • HFFR/L-T (550) •

HFHR/L-4T (548) • HFHR/L-5T (548) • HFIR/L-MC (556) • HFPAD-3 (549) • HFPAD-4 (549) • HFPAD-5 (550) • HFPAD-6 (550) • HGAER/L-3 (551) • HGAIR/L-3 (554) •

HGFH (251) • HGHR/L-3 (547) • HGPAD (251) • HGPAD-JHP (251) • IM-HFIR-MC (556)

The Twisted Insert

for Face Machining

The double-ended, twisted insert body makes

it possible to machine deeper than the inserts’

length. A unique chipformer for controlled chip

flow in axial and radial directions.

The rear angle is slanted in relation to the frontal

edge so it does not come into contact with the

machined groove surface as the tool penetrates

deeply into the workpiece.

254

ISCAR INSL

Utility Double-Ended Full

Radius Inserts for External,

Internal and Face Machining

CW RE CWTOL(1) RETOL(2) INSL BW

1.50

2.10

GRIP 3015Y

GRIP 318-159Y

GRIP 4020Y

GRIP 476-238Y

GRIP 5025Y

GRIP 6030Y

GRIP 635-318Y

• • • •

• • • • •

f face-groove

0.00-1.50

0.00-2.00

0.00-2.30

0.00-2.50

0.00-3.00

0.00-3.10

0.18-0.26

0.19-0.28

0.20-0.34

0.21-0.40

0.23-0.42

0.24-0.50

0.25-0.53

0.07-0.13

0.09-0.17

GRIP (full radius)

HFHR/L-4T (548) • HFHR/L-5T (548) • HFHR/L-6T (549) • HFIR/L-MC (556) • HFPAD-3 (549) • HFPAD-4 (549) • HFPAD-5 (550) • HFPAD-6 (550) • HGAER/L-3 (551) •

HGAIR/L-3 (554) • HGFH (251) • HGHR/L-3 (547) • HGPAD (251) • HGPAD-JHP (251) • IM-HFIR-MC (556)

TGDR/L

Grooving and Profiling

TGDR/L 1616-3M

TGDR/L 2020-3M

TGDR/L 2525-3M

TGDR/L 1616-4M

TGDR/L 2020-4M

TGDR/L 2525-4M

TGDR/L 2525-5M

TGDR/L 3232-5M

TGDR/L 2525-6M

TGDR/L 3232-6M

30.5

32.2

18.70

23.70

14.20

18.20

23.20

22.70

29.80

TGMF 3

TGMF 4/TGMF 5

TGMF 5

TGMF 6

SR M5X12 DIN912

SR M6X12 DIN912

• For user guide, see pages 380-395

(3) Grooving depth is limited by the insert

255 GROOVE TURN

HOLDER: MAHPR

TGPAD

Adapters Carrying TGMF /

TGMP Groove-Turn Inserts

TGPAD 3R/L-T9

TGPAD 4R/L-T16

TGPAD 5L-T16

TGPAD 6R/L-T22

WF(assembly)

OHN

WB_2 WB

WF(4)

OHN(5)

37.20

41.70

47.10

(4) WF(adapter)

(5) Minimum overhang

TGPAD-JHP

Adapters with Channels for High

Pressure Coolant Carrying TGMF

/ TGMP Groove-Turn Inserts

TGPAD 3R/L-T9-JHP

TGPAD 4R/L-T16-JHP

TGPAD 5L-T16-JHP

TGPAD 6R/L-T22-JHP

• For user guide, see pages 380-400

TGPAD 5R/L-T16-JHP

Flow Rate

(liters/min)

11-17

27-33

30-35

17-23

25-31

33-39

35-41

31-34

39-43

41-44

OHN-OHX

TGHN-D

Double-Ended Blades

Carrying Utility Inserts for

Grooving and Turning

HF H

TGHN 26-3D

TGHN 26-4D

TGHN 26-5D

TGHN 32-3D

TGHN 32-4D

TGHN 32-5D

TGHN 32-6D

OHN(3)

OHX(4)

TGMF 4, TGMF/P 5

TGMF/P 5

• Use the drilled holes on blade for min. and max. overhang • Grooving depth is limited by the insert • For user guide, see pages 380-395

(3) Minimum overhang

(4) Maximum overhang

For inserts, see pages: TGMA (258) • TGMF (full radius) (257) • TGMF/P (257)

For holders, see pages: SGTBU/SGTBN (586) • UBHCR/L (587)

256

ISCAR Single-Ended Blades

TGHN 32-3S

TGHN 32-5S

TGHN 32-6S

48.30

55.70

TGHN-S

For holders, see pages: C#-TBU (591) • IM-TBU (598) • UBHCR/L (587)

TGMF/P

Utility Double-Ended Inserts

for External and Internal

TGMP

RETOL

13.55

17.70

17.80

17.60

22.15

10.30

14.70

14.60

18.60

CWTOL

0.60

TGMF 302

TGMF 304

TGMF 402

TGMF 404

TGMF 508

TGMP 506

TGMF 635-080

0.50-1.80

0.20-2.40

0.75-3.00

0.16-0.20

0.21-0.32

• DMIN for internal application=20.5 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: TGDR/L (255) • TGHN 26-M (338) • TGHN-D (256) • TGHN-S (257) • TGIR/L-C (338) • TGPAD (256) • TGPAD-JHP (256)

TGMF (full radius)

Radius Inserts for External and

Internal Grooving and Profiling

17.75

14.90

14.30

18.30

TGMF 315

TGMF 420

TGMF 525

TGMF 630

• Can cut arcs to 250° • DMIN for internal application=20.5 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

257 Utility Double-Ended Inserts for

External and Internal Grooving

and Turning of Cast Iron

TGMA 304K

TGMA 404K

TGMA 408K

TGMA 508K

TGMA 608K

TGMA

1.00-2.40

0.16-0.27

0.18-0.32

0.23-0.40

0.27-0.48

0.09-0.18

0.09-0.19

0.11-0.24

Cutting width tolerance (+/-)

Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

For tools, see pages: TGDR/L (255) • TGHN 26-M (338) • TGHN-D (256) • TGHN-S (257) • TGIR/L-C (338) • TGPAD (256)

GHMR/L

Toolholders for Shallow Radial

and Axial Grooving with Narrow

and Special Profile Inserts

CWX

GHMR/L 12

GHMR/L 16

GHMR 16-3 ST (1)

GHMR/L 20

GHMR/L 25

GHMR/L 32

115.00

78.00

23.50

30.20

SR 76-1021

• Use for recessing: light turning, small depth of cut (ap=0.1-0.5 mm) and small feed (f=0.1 mm/rev) • For user guide, see pages 380-395

(1) For Star and multi-spindle machines

GHMPR/L

GHMPR/L 16

GHMPR/L 20

GHMPR/L 25

Perpendicular Toolholders

for Shallow Radial and Axial

Grooving with Narrow and

Special Profile Inserts

CWX(1)

(1) Maximum cutting width

(2) Cutting depth maximum

HW 5.0 C#-GHDR/L

External Grooving, Turning and

Parting Toolholders with CAMFIX

C4 GHDR/L-3

C5 GHDR/L-3

C6 GHDR/L-3

C4 GHDR/L-4

C5 GHDR/L-4

C6 GHDR/L-4

C5 GHDR/L-5

C6 GHDR/L-5

C6 GHDR/L-8 (1)

8.40

63

SR M5X20DIN912

SR M6X25 DIN912

• When using GPV and TIP inserts, toolholder must be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance

(1) Used with GIF 8, GIA 8, GIPA 8, GDMM, GIDA, GDMY, GDMF, GDMU inserts

For inserts, see pages: GDMF (271) • GDMM-CC (565) • GDMN (273) • GDMU (273) • GDMY (272) • GDMY (full radius) (274) • GDMY-F (275) • GIA-K (long pocket) (282)

• GIA-K (W=3-6) (282) • GIF (281) • GIF (full radius) (282) • GIF (long pocket) (281) • GIF-E (W=4-6 full radius) (277) • GIF-E (W=4-6) (275) • GIF-E (W=8,10 full radius) (277)

• GIF-E (W=8,10) (276) • GIM-C (473) • GIM-J (473) • GIM-J-RA/LA (474) • GIM-UT (475) • GIM-UT-RA/LA (475) • GIM-W (474) • GIM-W-RA/LA (475) • GIMF (271) •

GIMN (272) • GIMT (271) • GIMY (272) • GIMY (full radius) (273) • GIMY-F (274) • GIP (280) • GIP (full radius) (280) • GIP-E (276) • GIP-E (full radius) (278) • GIP-UN (287)

• GIPA (full radius W=3-6) (285) • GIPA (W=3-6) (284) • GIPA/GIDA 8 (full radius) (286) • GIPM-A46 / GIP-1250 (358) • GIPY (284) • GITM (283) • GITM (full radius) (283) •

GPV (288) • TIP-MT (290) • TIP-P-BSPT (293) • TIP-P-BSW (292) • TIP-P-ISO (291) • TIP-P-NPT (292) • TIP-P-UN (291) • TIP-WT (290)

GHDR/L (short pocket)

WF CDX

GHDR/L 12-3

GHDR/L 16-3

GHDR/L 16-3 ST (1)

GHDR/L 20-3

GHDR/L 25-3

GHDR/L 16-4

GHDR 16-4 ST (1)

GHDR/L 20-4

GHDR/L 25-4

GHDR/L 32-4

GHDR/L 20-5

GHDR/L 25-5

GHDR/L 32-5

GHDR/L 25-6

GHDR/L 25-P8 (2)

GHDR/L 32-P8 (3)

CDX(6)

5.40

24.6

35.7

22.30

21.80

28.80

2.20

SR M8X20 DIN912

• For using TIP and GPV inserts, toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance. • For user guide, see pages 380-395

(1) For Star and multi-spindle machines.

(2) Used with GIMF, GIMY, GIPY, GIMM, GITM, GPV inserts.

(3) Used with GIMT, GIMN, GIMF, GIMY, GIPY, GIMM,GITM,GPV Inserts

(6) Cutting depth maximum

For inserts, see pages: GIA-K (W=3-6) (282) • GIF (281) • GIF (full radius) (282) • GIF-E (W=4-6 full radius) (277) • GIF-E (W=4-6) (275) • GIG (279) • GIM-C (473) • GIM-J

(473) • GIM-J-RA/LA (474) • GIM-UT (475) • GIM-UT-RA/LA (475) • GIM-W (474) • GIM-W-RA/LA (475) • GIMF (271) • GIMM 8CC (565) • GIMN (272) • GIMT (271) •

GIMY (272) • GIMY (full radius) (273) • GIMY-F (274) • GIP (280) • GIP (flat top W<M) (278) • GIP (full radius W<M) (279) • GIP (full radius) (280) • GIP-E (276) • GIP-E (full

radius) (278) • GIP-UN (287) • GIPA (full radius W=3-6) (285) • GIPA (W=3-6) (284) • GIPM-A46 / GIP-1250 (358) • GIPY (284) • GITM (283) • GITM (full radius) (283) • GPV

(288) • TIP-MT (290) • TIP-P-BSPT (293) • TIP-P-BSW (292) • TIP-P-ISO (291) • TIP-P-NPT (292) • TIP-P-UN (291) • TIP-WT (290)

259 GROOVE TURN

GHDR/L-JHP (short pocket)

Tools with Channels for

20 mm shank tools

(3 inlet ports)

G 1/8"-28 typx2

WF CWN-CWX

GHDR/L 20-3-JHP

GHDR/L 25-3-JHP

GHDR/L 20-4-JHP

GHDR/L 25-4-JHP

GHDR/L 25-5-JHP

GHDR/L 25-P8-JHP (1)

CDX(4)

• For using TIP and GPV inserts, toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance • For user guide and accessories see pages 380-400

(1) Used with GIMF, GIMY, GIPY, GIMM, GITM, GPV, GIMY-F, GIMM 8CC,GIMT,GIMN,GITM (full radius), GIMY (full radius) inserts.

(4) Cutting depth maximum

GHDR .-JHP

13-16

8-10

22-24

G 1/8”-28 Adaptation Nipple

Hose

PLUG G 1/8”-28

Key: HW 5.0

GHDR/L 25-P8-JHP

SR M5X20 DIN912

PLUG G1/8-6.5 TL360

PLUG G1/8ISO1179

HW 5.0 LH

Grooving and Turning Tools with

Bottom Inlet Coolant Channels

Coolant inlet

GHDR/L 20-3-JHP-MC

GHDR/L 25-3-JHP-MC

GHDR/L 20-4-JHP-MC

GHDR/L 25-4-JHP-MC

GHDR/L 25-5-JHP-MC

123.00

• For using TIP and GPV inserts, toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance

GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short

pocket)

• For user guide and accessories see pages 380-400

For inserts, see pages: GIA-K (W=3-6) (282) • GIF (281) • GIF (full radius) (282) • GIF-E (W=4-6 full radius) (277) • GIF-E (W=4-6) (275) • GIM-C (473) • GIM-J (473) •

GIM-J-RA/LA (474) • GIM-UT (475) • GIM-UT-RA/LA (475) • GIM-W (474) • GIM-W-RA/LA (475) • GIMF (271) • GIMM 8CC (565) • GIMN (272) • GIMT (271) • GIMY (272)

• GIMY (full radius) (273) • GIMY-F (274) • GIP (280) • GIP (full radius) (280) • GIP-E (276) • GIP-E (full radius) (278) • GIP-UN (287) • GIPA (full radius W=3-6) (285) • GIPA

(W=3-6) (284) • GIPM-A46 / GIP-1250 (358) • GIPY (284) • GITM (283) • GITM (full radius) (283) • GPV (288) • TIP-MT (290) • TIP-P-BSPT (293) • TIP-P-BSW (292) •

TIP-P-ISO (291) • TIP-P-NPT (292) • TIP-P-UN (291) • TIP-WT (290)

GHDL 20-3-JHP-MC

GHDR 20-3-JHP-MC

GHDL 25-3-JHP-MC

GHDR 25-3-JHP-MC

GHDL 20-4-JHP-MC

GHDR 20-4-JHP-MC

GHDL 25-4-JHP-MC

GHDR 25-4-JHP-MC

GHDL 25-5-JHP-MC

GHDR 25-5-JHP-MC

261 GROOVE TURN

GHGR/L

External Holders for Deep

GHGR/L 20-2 (1)

GHGR/L 25-2 (1)

GHGR/L 16-3

GHGR/L 16-3 ST (2)

GHGR/L 20-3

GHGR/L 25-3

GHGR 16-4

GHGR/L 20-4

GHGR/L 25-4

GHGR/L 25-425

GHGR/L 25-5

GHGR/L 32-5

GHGR/L 25-630

GHGR/L 32-632

CWX(4) CUTDIA(5)

19.20

24.20

1.70

• For machining depth over 13 mm, a single-ended insert is required (GIM, GIMF,GIMY,GIMT,GIMN) • CDX for grooving depth depends on part diameter CUTDIA • For

grooving a part with a diameter larger than CUTDIA, see next table • For using TIP inserts, tool holder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance

(1) In the case of inserts with CW<2 mm, tool pocket should be ground to 0.3 mm thinner than the insert's grooving width.

(2) For Star and multi-spindle machines.

Depth Capacity*

GHGR/L 20-2

GHGR/L 25-2

GHGR 32-632

135

700

290

270

1500

* For over 13 mm depth: GIM, GIMF,GIMT,GIMN and GIMY, GPV (single ended insert) only.

MAHR/L

Adapter Holders for

all GRIP Systems

WF (shank) WF (assembly)

MAHR/L 20

MAHR/L 25

MAHR/L 32

Left-hand shown • WF(assembly)=WF(shank)+WF(adapter)

WF(1)

130.00

17.1

22.1

29.1

WF(shank)

For tools, see pages: CGPAD (265) • DGAD-B-D (436) • DGAD/HGAD (436) • HFPAD-3 (549) • HFPAD-4 (549) • HFPAD-5 (550) • HFPAD-6 (550) • HGPAD (251) •

PCADR/L (300) • SCLCR-PAD (50) • SDJCR-PAD (54) • SVJCR-PAD (60) • SWAPR-PAD (66) • TGAD (455) • TGPAD (256) • TTADR/L-JHP (651)

262

SR M5-04451

For CGPAD, HGPAD, TGPAD and HFPAD adapters; supplied with the tools

SR M6X20-XT(a)

SR M6X6 DIN551 14H/22H HF

MAHR/L-JHP

Holders with High Pressure

Coolant Channels for

MODULAR-GRIP Adapters

MAHR/L 20-JHP

MAHR/L 25-JHP

MAHR/L 32-JHP

WF (shank)

15.1

20.1

27.1

11.50

(1) WF(shank)

SR M6X20-XT

(Key: HW 5.0)

OR 5X1N

SR M6X12DIN6912

(Key: T-20/5)

MAHR/L-JHP-MC

Holders with Bottom Inlets for

High Pressure Coolant Channels

Carrying MODULAR-GRIP

Grooving and Turning Adapters

MAHR/L 20-JHP-MC

MAHR/L 25-JHP-MC

1.2

98.00

• For CDX, refer to the adapters data.

263 GROOVE TURN

MAHPR/L

Holders for Perpendicularly

Mounted Adapters for

MAHPR/L 20

MAHPR/L 25

MAHPR/L 32

SR M6X6 DIN551 14H/22H

For CGPAD, HGPAD, TGPAD and HFPAD adapters. Supplied with the tools.

MAHPR/L-JHP

MODULAR-GRIP Perpendicularly

Mounted Adapters

MAHPR/L 20-JHP

MAHPR/L 25-JHP

MAHPR/L 32-JHP

For tools, see pages: DGPAD-JHP (437) • TAGPAD-JHP (456) • TGPAD-JHP (256) • TTADR/L-JHP (651) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • HGPAD-JHP (251) • PCADR/L-JHP

(301) • CGPAD (265) • DGAD-B-D (436) • DGAD/HGAD (436) • HFPAD-3 (549) • HFPAD-4 (549) • HFPAD-5 (550) • HFPAD-6 (550) • HGPAD (251) • PCADR/L (300) •

SCLCR-PAD (50) • SDJCR-PAD (54) • SVJCR-PAD (60) • SWAPR-PAD (66) • TGAD (455) • TGPAD (256)

SR M5X04451

264

PLG 1/8ISO1179 CGPAD

Adapters for CUT-GRIP Inserts

CGPAD 3R/L-T16

CGPAD 3R/L-T22

CGPAD 4L-T16

CGPAD 4L-T22

CGPAD 5L-T16

CGPAD 5L-T22

CGPAD 8L-T16

CGPAD 8L-T22

17.3

• For using TIP insert, toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance • For user guide, see pages 380-395

For inserts, see pages: GIF (281) • GIF (full radius) (282) • GIF-E (W=4-6 full radius) (277) • GIF-E (W=4-6) (275) • GIM-C (473) • GIM-J (473) • GIM-J-RA/LA (474) •

GIM-UT (475) • GIM-UT-RA/LA (475) • GIM-W (474) • GIM-W-RA/LA (475) • GIMF (271) • GIMM 8CC (565) • GIMN (272) • GIMT (271) • GIMY (272) • GIMY (full radius)

(273) • GIMY-F (274) • GIP (280) • GIP (full radius) (280) • GIP-E (276) • GIP-E (full radius) (278) • GIP-UN (287) • GIPA (full radius W=3-6) (285) • GIPA (W=3-6) (284) •

GIPM-A46 / GIP-1250 (358) • GIPY (284) • GITM (283) • GITM (full radius) (283) • TIP-MT (290) • TIP-P-BSPT (293) • TIP-P-BSW (292) • TIP-P-ISO (291) • TIP-P-NPT

(292) • TIP-P-UN (291) • TIP-WT (290)

For holders, see pages: C#-MAHD-JHP (593) • C#-MAHPD-JHP (593) • MAHR/L-JHP-MC (263) • MAHPR/L-JHP (264) • MAHR/L-JHP (263) • MAHR/L (262) • MAHPR/L

(264) • C#-MAHD (592) • C#-MAHPD (593) • C#-MAHUR/L (592) • C#-MAHDR-45 (591) • HSK A63WH-MAHUR/L (598) • HSK A63WH-MAHDR-45 (597) • HSK

A63WH-MAHDOR (597) • IM-MAHD (599) • IM-MAHPD (599)

CGPAD-JHP

CUT-GRIP Inserts

CGPAD 3R/L-T16-JHP

CGPAD 3R-T22-JHP

CGPAD 4L-T16-JHP

CGPAD 5L-T16-JHP

CGPAD 8R/L-T22-JHP

CWN

(3)

(4)

5.45

4.95

(5)

• For using TIP insert, toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance • For user guide and accessories see pages 380-400

CGPAD 4R/L-T16-JHP

CGPAD 5R/L-T16-JHP

265 GROOVE TURN

CGHN-S

External Machining

Single-Ended Blades

CUTDIA=2xOHX

CGHN 32-3S

CGHN 32-4S

CGHN 32-5S

CGHN 32-6S

51.00

56.00

(3) Minimum overhang • When using a double-ended insert, grooving depth is limited by the insert

GIM-J-RA/LA (474) • GIM-UT (475) • GIM-UT-RA/LA (475) • GIM-W (474) • GIM-W-RA/LA (475) • GIMF (271) • GIMN (272) • GIMT (271) • GIMY (272) • GIMY (full

radius) (273) • GIMY-F (274) • GIP (280) • GIP (full radius) (280) • GIP-E (276) • GIP-E (full radius) (278) • GIPA (full radius W=3-6) (285) • GIPA (W=3-6) (284) • GIPM-A46

/ GIP-1250 (358) • GIPY (284) • GITM (283) • GITM (full radius) (283) • TIP-MT (290) • TIP-P-BSPT (293) • TIP-P-BSW (292) • TIP-P-ISO (291) • TIP-P-NPT (292) •

TIP-P-UN (291) • TIP-WT (290)

CGHN-D

Double-Ended Blades for

External Grooving and Turning

CGHN 26-3D

CGHN 26-4D

CGHN 26-5D

CGHN 32-3D

CGHN 32-4D

CGHN 32-5D

CGHN 32-6D

266

ISCAR Double-Ended Blades for

Self-Clamped Inserts

CGHN 32-3DG

CGHN 32-4DG

CGHN 32-5DG

CGHN 32-6DG

OHX(3)

OHX_2(4)

EDG 44A*

CGHN-DG

• DO-GRIP clamping insert is self-retained for long overhang • When using TIP inserts, toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance •

When using a double-ended insert, grooving depth is limited by the insert • For user guide, see pages 380-395

(3) Maximum overhang for grooving

(4) Maximum overhang for turning

GIM-J-RA/LA (474) • GIM-UT (475) • GIM-UT-RA/LA (475) • GIM-W (474) • GIM-W-RA/LA (475) • GIMF (271) • GIMN (272) • GIMT (271) • GIMY (272) • GIMY (full radius)

For holders, see pages: C#-TBK-R/L (591) • HSK A-WH-TBK-R/L (598) • SGTBU/SGTBN (586) • UBHCR/L (587)

CGHN-P8

Blades for Deep Grooving

and Turning

CGHN 52-P8 (1)

CGHN 53-P8 (2)

150˚

52.6

190.00

260.00

SR 76-1637

(1) If CUTDIA (workpiece) is smaller than 200 mm, then CDX=48; if CUTDIA (workpiece) is larger than 200 mm, then CDX=43

(2) If CUTDIA (workpiece) is smaller than 200 mm, then CDX=68; if CUTDIA (workpiece) is larger than 200 mm, then CDX=63

(3) Maximum overhang

For inserts, see pages: GIMF (271) • GIMM 8CC (565) • GIMY (272) • GIMY (full radius) (273) • GIMY-F (274) • GIPY (284)

For holders, see pages: SGTBK (587) • SGTBU/SGTBN (586)

CGHR/L-P8DG

Double-Ended Heavy Duty

Self-Clamped Grooving

and Turning Blades

CGHR

CGHR/L 32-P8DG

CGHL

(1) Minimum cutting width * Optional, should be ordered separately

For holders, see pages: C#-TBK-R/L (591) • HSK A-WH-TBK-R/L (598) • SGTBK (587) • SGTBU/SGTBN (586)

267 GROOVE TURN

TGFHM

CGHNM

Anti-Vibration Blades

Anti-Vibration Blades for Deep

CGHNM 53-6DG-AV

TGFHM 53K-8-AV

CGHNM 53-P8-AV

93.00

93.00 (4)

235.00

GIMF/N/T/Y 6 GIM 6