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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

TAG/TAGB 8

GIMY/F/MM 8

ETG 8-12*

(4) Cutting depth maximum * Optional, should be ordered separately

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) • GIMF (271) • GIMM

8CC (565) • GIMN (272) • GIMT (271) • GIMY (272) • GIMY (full radius) (273) • GIMY-F (274) • GIP (280) • GIP-E (276) • GIPA (full radius W=3-6) (285) • GIPA (W=3-6)

(284) • GIPY (284) • GITM (283) • GITM (full radius) (283) • TAG N-C/W/M (463) • TAGB/TAGBA (319)

GHDR/L (long pocket)

External Tools for Grooving,

Turning and Parting

GHDR/L 25-8

GHDR/L 3225-8

GHDR/L 25-812

GHDR/L 32-8

GHDR/L 32-812

GHDR/L 32-836

GHDR/L 25-10

GHDR/L 32-10

GHDR/L 40-10

168.50

28.90

21.30

28.30

36.30

5.90

GHDR/L-JHP (long pocket)

Grooving and Turning CUTGRIP Tools with Channels

GHDR/L 32-8-JHP

PLUG G1/8ISO1179 GHAR/L-8

External Holders for Grooving

and Turning Adapters

WF(assembly) WF (holder)

GAFG-L-8

GHAR/L 25-8

GHAR/L 32-8

124.50

144.50

25.50

TGA(3)

14.0 GADR/L 8

7.0 GADR/L 8

GHAR

FG(5)

GAFG .R/L-8

• Adapters GADR/L-8 for turning and grooving, GAFG-R/L-8 for face-grooving (to be ordered separately)

(1) WF(holder)

(2) Maximum overhang

(3) Adapter for Turning & Grooving

(4) See specific adapter dimensions

(5) Adapter for Face Grooving

GADR-8

GHAPR/L-8

and Turning Perpendicularly

Oriented Adapters

GAFG…R-8

GHAPR/L 32-8

GADL 8

GHAPR

TGA(1)

FG(3)

155.00

GADR/L 8

(1) Adapter for Turning & Grooving

(2) See specific adapter dimensions

(3) Adapter for Face Grooving

GADR/L-8

Adapters for up to 25

mm Deep Machining

OAH HF

For inserts, see pages: GDMA (284) • GDMF (271) • GDMM-CC (565) • GDMN (273) • GDMU (273) • GDMY (272) • GDMY (full radius) (274) • GDMY-F (275) • GIA-K

(long pocket) (282) • GIF-E (W=8,10 full radius) (277) • GIF-E (W=8,10) (276) • GIPA/GIDA 8 (full radius) (286)

For holders, see pages: C#-GHAD-8 (594) • C#-GHAPR/L-8 (594) • GHAPR/L-8 (269) • GHAR/L-8 (269) • IM-GHAD-8 (599) • IM-GHAPR/L-8 (600)

269 GROOVE TURN

GHAR/L-JHP

Coolant Channels for Grooving

(Key: HW5.0)

GHAR/L 25-8-JHP

SR M6X25DIN912 12.9U

G 1/8"-28 typ.x2

PLG 1/8ISO1179

(Key:HW5.0)

(1) Minimum overhang

Adapters for up to 25 mm

Deep Machining with High

Pressure Coolant Channels

Carrying Groove-Turn Inserts

HW 5.0X120 MM

GADR/L-JHP

GADR/L 8-JHP

GADR/L 10-JHP

17.7

For inserts, see pages: GDMA (284) • GDMF (271) • GDMM-CC (565) • GDMN (273) • GDMU (273) • GDMY (272) • GDMY (full radius) (274) • GDMY-F (275) • GDPY

(277) • GIA-K (long pocket) (282) • GIF (long pocket) (281) • GIF-E (W=8,10 full radius) (277) • GIF-E (W=8,10) (276) • GIPA/GIDA 8 (full radius) (286)

15-17

23-25

27-29

CGHN-8-10D

Heavy Duty Deep Grooving

CGHN 52-8D

CGHN 53-8D

CGHN 52-10D

CGHN 53-10D

SR 76-1289

For inserts, see pages: GDMF (271) • GDMN (273) • GDMU (273) • GDMY (272) • GDMY (full radius) (274) • GDMY-F (275) • GDPY (277) • GIA-K (long pocket) (282) •

GIF (long pocket) (281) • GIF-E (W=8,10 full radius) (277) • GIF-E (W=8,10) (276) • GIPA/GIDA 8 (full radius) (286)

ISCAR GIMT

Utility Single-Ended Inserts

for Grooving and Turning

15.3Ref

GIMT 304

GIMT 404

GIMT 508

GIMT 608

0.10-0.22

0.20-0.35

0.22-0.40

0.07-0.15

0.09-0.20

0.11-0.22

• DMIN for internal applications = 70 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: Anti-Vibration Blades (268) • C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGHN 26-M (340) • CGHN 32-DGM (342) • CGHN 32-M (341) • CGHN-D (266) • CGHN-DG (267)

• CGHN-S (266) • CGPAD (265) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) • GHDR/L-JHP (short pocket) (260) • GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short pocket) (261) • GHGR/L

(262) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258)

GIMF

15.3 Ref.

IC1010

IC1030

GIMF 406

GIMF 502

GIMF 508

GIMF 605

GIMF 608

GIMF 808

• • • • • • • • •

0.75-2.40

0.25-3.00

1.00-4.80

0.19-0.25

0.32-0.56

0.09-0.16

0.11-0.18

0.18-0.34

For tools, see pages: Anti-Vibration Blades (268) • C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGFG 51-P8 (563) • CGHN 26-M (340) • CGHN 32-DGM (342) • CGHN 32-M (341) • CGHN-D

(266) • CGHN-DG (267) • CGHN-P8 (267) • CGHN-S (266) • CGHR/L-P8DG (267) • CGPAD (265) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) • GHDR/L-JHP

(short pocket) (260) • GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short pocket) (261) • GHGR/L (262) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258)

GDMF

30 Ref.

6.4

GDMF 808

• DMIN for internal machining = 65 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGHN-8-10D (270) • GADR/L-8 (269) • GADR/L-JHP (270) • GAFG-R/L-8 (562) • GHDR/L (long pocket) (268) • GHDR/L-JHP

(long pocket) (268) • GHFG-R/L-8 (561) • GHFGR/L-8 (561) • GHIR/L (W=7.0-8.3) (339)

271 GIMY

GIMY 8, 10

GIMY 3

CWTOL(1) RETOL(2)

GIMY 304

GIMY 808

GIMY 1008

0.35-0.65

• DMIN for internal applications =70 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

(short pocket) (260) • GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short pocket) (261) • GHGR/L (262) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258) • GHSR/L (357) • GHSR/L-JHP-SL (358)

DAXN

DAXN(3)

GDMY 808

GDMY

(3) Minimum axial grooving diameter

GIMN

Ductile Materials

GIMN 302

GIMN 406

GIMN 508

GIMN 608

0.04-0.09

0.75-1.60

0.05-0.14

0.06-0.18

0.18-0.30

272

ISCAR Utility Double-Ended

Inserts, for Grooving and

Turning Ductile Materials

GDMN 808

1.00-3.20

GDMN

GDMU

Utility Inserts for Heavy

Grooving on Ductile Materials

RE 7°

GDMU 808

GIMY (full radius)

for Grooving and Profiling

GIMY 315

GIMY 420

GIMY 525

GIMY 630

GIMY 635-318

GIMY 840

0.00-4.00

0.20-0.28

0.32-0.67

(mm/rev) (mm/rev)

• DMIN for internal application=70 mm • Can cut arcs to 250° • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

273 24 Ref.

Utility Single-Ended Inserts for

External Grooving and Profiling

6.86

GIMY 1260

0.00-6.00

0.42-0.86

0.26-0.45

• Toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: CGHR/L-12-14D (319) • GHDR/L/N 12/14 (319)

GDMY (full radius)

GDMY 840

Utility Double-Ended Full Radius

Inserts for Grooving and Profiling

• Can cut arcs to 250° • DMIN for internal machining = 65 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGHN-8-10D (270) • GADR/L-8 (269) • GADR/L-JHP (270) • GAFG-R/L-8 (562) • GHDKR/L (407) • GHDR/L (long pocket) (268)

• GHDR/L-JHP (long pocket) (268) • GHFG-R/L-8 (561) • GHFGR/L-8 (561) • GHIR/L (W=7.0-8.3) (339)

GIMY-F

15.3

GIMY 315F

GIMY 525F

GIMY 630F

GIMY 840F

• DMIN for internal applications =70 mm • Can cut arcs to 250° • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

274

ISCAR 6.3 Ref.

GDMY 840F

GDMY-F

• DMIN for internal applications = 65 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

GIF-E (W=4-6)

Precision Double-Ended Inserts

0.02

0.030

GIF 4.00E-0.40

GIF 4.00E-0.60

GIF 4.00E-0.80

GIF 5.00E-0.40

GIF 5.00E-0.60

GIF 5.00E-0.80

GIF 6.00E-0.40

GIF 6.00E-0.80

GIF 6.00E-1.20

0.50-3.60

1.45-3.60

0.24-0.46

0.11-0.19

• DMIN for internal machining = 70 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

275 30 Ref.

GIF 8.00E-0.40

GIF 8.00E-0.80

GIF 8.00E-1.20

GIF 10.00E-0.80

GIF 10.00E-1.20

GIF-E (W=8,10)

• • •

0.50-4.80

1.45-4.80

1.45-6.00

0.29-0.48

0.32-0.62

0.35-0.72

0.18-0.31

GIP-E

0.55

4.78

GIP 3.00E-0.00

GIP 3.00E-0.20

GIP 3.00E-0.40

GIP 3.00E-0.80

GIP 4.00E-0.40

GIP 4.00E-0.60

GIP 4.00E-0.80

GIP 4.78E-0.55

GIP 5.00E-0.40

GIP 5.00E-0.60

GIP 5.00E-0.80

GIP 5.55E-0.55

GIP 6.00E-0.80

GIP 6.00E-1.20

GIP 6.35E-0.80

0.00-1.80

1.00-1.80

0.70-2.80

0.70-3.30

0.12-0.16

0.19-0.26

0.21-0.28

0.22-0.31

0.21-0.31

0.22-0.33

0.24-0.39

0.21-0.36

0.26-0.46

0.26-0.51

0.27-0.49

0.08-0.13

0.08-0.14

0.10-0.18

0.10-0.19

0.13-0.21

0.13-0.22

0.14-0.23

0.15-0.27

0.16-0.29

(262) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258) • GHSR/L (357) • GHSR/L-JHP-SL (358)

276

ISCAR Precision Double-Ended

Inserts for External HeavyDuty Grooving and Turning

GDPY 10.00-0.80

GDPY 10.00-1.20

GDPY 10.00-2.00

GDPY 11.00-1.20

GDPY 11.00-2.00

GDPY

2.40-6.00

1.45-6.60

2.40-6.60

0.45-0.80

0.35-0.78

0.39-0.73

0.39-0.79

0.24-0.41

For tools, see pages: CGHN-8-10D (270) • GADR/L-JHP (270) • GHDR/L (long pocket) (268)

GIF-E (W=4-6 full radius)

Precision Double-Ended

Full Radius Inserts for

Profiling and Grooving

11.80

11.30

RE=CW/2

GIF 4.00E-2.00

GIF 5.00E-2.50

GIF 6.00E-3.00

GIF-E (W=8,10 full radius)

GIF 8.00E-4.00

GIF 10.00E-5.00

277 7°

12.30

10.63

GIP 3.00E-1.50

GIP 4.00E-2.00

GIP 5.00E-2.50

GIP 6.00E-3.00

GIP 6.35E-3.18

GIP-E (full radius)

0.18-0.28

0.25-0.42

0.27-0.54

0.29-0.57

For tools, see pages: C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGHN 26-M (340) • CGHN 32-DGM (342) • CGHN 32-M (341) • CGHN-D (266) • CGHN-DG (267) • CGHN-S (266) • CGPAD

(265) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) • GHDR/L-JHP (short pocket) (260) • GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short pocket) (261) • GHGR/L (262) • GHMPR/L (258) •

GHMR/L (258) • GHSR/L (357) • GHSR/L-JHP-SL (358)

1.04

1.47

1.57

1.78

1.96

2.70

GIP 0.50-0.00

GIP 0.80-0.00

GIP 1.04-0.00

GIP 1.20-0.00

GIP 1.40-0.00

GIP 1.47-0.00

GIP 1.57-0.15

GIP 1.70-0.10

GIP 1.78-0.18

GIP 1.96-0.15

For tools, see pages: GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) • GHGR/L (262) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258)

278

Flat Top Precision DoubleEnded Inserts for Grooving

GIP (flat top W<M)

0.02-0.04

0.02-0.05

0.03-0.05

0.03-0.06

0.04-0.06

0.04-0.07

0.04-0.08 GIP (full radius W<M)

Flat Top Precision DoubleEnded Inserts with Full

Radius for Grooving

0.70

0.79

4.70

GIP 1.00-0.50

GIP 1.40-0.70

GIP 1.57-0.79

GIP 2.00-1.00

GIP 2.39-1.20

0.04-0.08

0.06-0.12

For tools, see pages: GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) • GHGR/L (262) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258) • GHSR/L (357) • GHSR/L-JHP-SL (358)

GIG

Inserts for Grooving

1.25

1.45

1.85

1.86

2.22

GIG 1.04-0.00

GIG 1.20-0.00

GIG 1.25-0.10

GIG 1.40-0.00

GIG 1.45-0.10

GIG 1.47-0.00

GIG 1.50-0.10

GIG 1.57-0.15

GIG 1.70-0.10

GIG 1.78-0.18

GIG 1.85-0.15

GIG 1.86-0.15

GIG 1.96-0.15

GIG 2.00-0.20

GIG 2.22-0.15

GIG 2.30-0.20

0.02-0.03

279 7°

2.47

2.87

3.15

3.56

3.74

3.98

4.23

GIP 2.22-0.15

GIP 2.39-0.15

GIP 2.47-0.20

GIP 2.70-0.10

GIP 2.70-0.20

GIP 2.87-0.20

GIP 3.00-0.00

GIP 3.00-0.20

GIP 3.00-0.40

GIP 3.15-0.15

GIP 3.18-0.20

GIP 3.30-0.10

GIP 3.48-0.20

GIP 3.56-0.20

GIP 3.74-0.20

GIP 3.98-0.20

GIP 4.00-0.80

GIP 4.23-0.10

GIP 5.00-0.40

GIP 6.00-0.40

GIP 6.00-0.80

GIP

0.05-0.09

0.06-0.10

0.10-0.17

0.10-0.16

GIP (full radius)

Precision Double-Ended Full

Radius Inserts for Grooving

1.99

GIP 3.00-1.50

GIP 3.18-1.59

GIP 3.98-1.99

GIP 4.78-2.39

GIP 5.00-2.50

0.08-0.16

4.45

4.86

5.28

5.39

GIF 3.48-0.20

GIF 3.56-0.20

GIF 3.74-0.20

GIF 3.98-0.20

GIF 4.23-0.10

GIF 4.45-0.15

GIF 4.78-0.55

GIF 4.86-0.30

GIF 5.28-0.20

GIF 5.39-0.20

GIF 5.90-0.20

GIF 6.35-0.50

GIF 6.35-0.55

0.08-0.12

0.12-0.18

0.12-0.19

0.12-0.21

0.14-0.24

GIF

GIF (long pocket)

GIF 8.00-0.40

GIF 8.00-0.80

For tools, see pages: C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGHN-8-10D (270) • GADR/L-JHP (270) • GAFG-R/L-8 (562) • GHDR/L (long pocket) (268) • GHDR/L-JHP (long pocket) (268) •

GHFG-R/L-8 (561) • GHFGR/L-8 (561)

281 7°

GIF 4.78-2.39

GIF 6.35-3.18

GIF (full radius)

GIA-K (W=3-6)

Flat Top Precision DoubleEnded Inserts with T-Land

RE BW

GIA 3.00K-0.40

GIA 4.00K-0.40

GIA 4.00K-0.80

GIA 5.00K-0.80

GIA 6.00K-0.80

For tools, see pages: Anti-Vibration Blades (268) • C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGHN 26-M (340) • CGHN 32-DGM (342) • CGHN 32-M (341) • CGHN-D (266) • CGHN-DG

(267) • CGHN-S (266) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) • GHDR/L-JHP (short pocket) (260) • GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short pocket) (261) • GHGR/L (262) •

GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258)

GIA-K (long pocket)

0.36-0.64

0.36-0.70

DAXN(4)

GIA 8.00K-0.80

GIA 8.00K-1.20

(4) Minimum axial grooving diameter

ISCAR CBN Tipped Inserts for

Turning and Grooving on

Hard Ferrous Materials

IB50 / IB10H

15 Ref.

RETOL(1)

CWTOL(2)

GITM 3.00K-0.20

GITM 4.00K-0.20

GITM 5.00K-0.40

GITM 6.00K-0.40

GITM 8.00K-0.40

HARD MATERIALS

GITM

0.00-0.30

0.00-0.40

0.00-0.60

0.00-0.80

0.02-0.07

0.03-0.09

0.05-0.13

0.03-0.10

0.04-0.12

(1) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

(2) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)

200°

GITM 3.00K-1.50

GITM 4.00K-2.00

GITM 5.00K-2.50

GITM 6.00K-3.00

GITM 8.00K-4.00

Full Radius CBN Tipped Inserts

for Grooving and Turning on

GITM (full radius)

0.04-0.14

0.06-0.22

0.08-0.29

0.02-0.06

0.02-0.09

0.03-0.11

0.04-0.13

283 7°

Single-Ended Full Radius

Sharp Edged Precision

Inserts for Profiling of High

GIPY 3.00-1.50

GIPY 4.00-2.00

GIPY 5.00-2.50

GIPY 6.00-3.00

GIPY 8.00-4.00

GIPY

0.22-0.37

0.26-0.55

0.34-0.74

• Can cut arcs to 250° • DMIN for internal machining = 70 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

GIPA (W=3-6)

Double-Ended Precision Ground

Inserts with a Polished Top

Rake for Machining Aluminum

GIPA…D-ID5

RETOL(3)

GIPA 3.00-0.20

GIPA 3.00-0.20-D (1)

GIPA 4.00-0.40

GIPA 5.00-0.40

GIPA 6.00-0.40

0.14-0.31

0.16-0.34

0.19-0.41

0.11-0.23

0.11-0.26

(1) Single-ended PCD tipped insert

(3) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

GDMA

Utility Double-Ended Insert

with a Polished Top Rake

Can cut arcs to 250°

IC507

GDMA 840

0.24-0.67

0.14-0.38

• For heavy-duty machining • DMIN for internal machining = 65 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: GADR/L-8 (269) • GADR/L-JHP (270) • GAFG-R/L-8 (562) • GHDKR/L (407) • GHIFR/L-A (406) • GHIR/L (W=7.0-8.3) (339) • GHIUR/L-C-A (15° &

27.5°) Bars (406) • GHIUR/L-UC (406)

Inserts with Polished Top Rake

CWTOL(4)

RETOL(5)

GIPA 3.00-1.50

GIPA 3.00-1.50-D (1)

GIPA 3.00-1.50YZ-D (2)

GIPA 4.00-2.00

GIPA 4.00-2.00-D (1)

GIPA 4.00-2.00YZ-D (2)

GIPA 5.00-2.50

GIPA 5.00-2.50-D (1)

GIPA 5.00-2.50YZ-D (2)

GIPA 6.00-3.00

GIPA 6.00-3.00-D (1)

GIPA 6.00-3.00YZ

GIPA 6.00-3.00YZ-D (2)

GIPA 6.00-3.00CB (3)

GIPA (full radius W=3-6)

0.19-0.36

0.20-0.43

0.21-0.48

0.21-0.58

0.26-0.72

0.12-0.26

0.09-0.24

0.11-0.30

0.11-0.29

0.13-0.36

(2) Single-ended molded PCD chipformer tipped insert

(3) Single-ended flat PCD tipped insert with chip deflector

(4) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)

(5) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

(267) • CGHN-S (266) • CGPAD (265) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • GHDKR/L (407) • GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) • GHDR/L-JHP (short pocket) (260) • GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short

pocket) (261) • GHGR/L (262) • GHIFR/L-A (406) • GHIUR/L-C-A (15° & 27.5°) Bars (406) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258) • GHSR/L (357) • GHSR/L-JHP-SL (358)

285 10°

GIDA 80-40

GIDA 80-40CB

GIPA 8.00-4.00

GIDA 80-40-D

GIDA 80-40CB-D (1)

GIDA 80-40YZ

GIDA 80-40YZ-D

GIPA/GIDA 8 (full radius)

0.35-0.96

0.18-0.48

• ID5 is a single-ended PCD tipped insert • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

(1) Should not be clamped on tools with "A" suffix

For tools, see pages: C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGHN-8-10D (270) • GADR/L-8 (269) • GADR/L-JHP (270) • GAFG-R/L-8 (562) • GHDKR/L (407) • GHDR/L (long pocket)

(268) • GHDR/L-8A (407) • GHDR/L-JHP (long pocket) (268) • GHFGR/L-8 (561) • GHIFR/L-A (406) • GHIR/L (W=7.0-8.3) (339) • GHIUR/L-C-A (15° & 27.5°) Bars (406) •

GHIUR/L-UC (406)

15.3 Ref

GIP-RX/LX

Inserts for External Grooving

Next to a Shoulder

WFA

1.19

GIP 0.80-0.00R/LX

GIP 1.00-0.00R/LX

GIP 1.19-0.1RX

GIP 1.57-0.15 R/LX

GIP 1.57-0.79RX

GIP 2.00-0.15 R/LX

GIP 2.39-0.15 RX

GIP 2.39-1.19RX

• Toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance. • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258)

0.05-0.08

0.06-0.12 GHMUR/L

External Holders for

45° Undercutting

WF 45°

GHMUR/L 16

GHMUR/L 20

GHMUR/L 25

112.00

122.00

137.00

• For D>100 mm, GIP/GIF inserts can be used (clearance types UN, D or G are not required).

GIMY-UN

Utility Single-Ended Inserts,

for External Undercutting

GIMY 315-UN

GIMY 420-UN

• For 45° undercutting on D 100 mm, regular GIMY inserts may be used. • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: GHMUR/L (287)

GIP-UN

GIP 3.00-1.50UN

GIP 4.00-2.0UN

• Not recommended for turning. • For undercutting at 45° and D100 mm, other GIP inserts apply as well

For tools, see pages: C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGHN-DG (267) • CGPAD (265) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) • GHDR/L-JHP (short pocket) (260) •

GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short pocket) (261) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258) • GHMUR/L (287)

287 Precision Inserts for Grooving

Multi V-Ribbed Pulleys

TP

REN

40˚±30´Typ.

GPV 8

5˚ Typ.

GPV 17

40˚±30´Typ

GPV 3, 4

GPV 14

NT

GPV 3-2.34-1 (1)

GPV 4-3.56-1 (1)

GPV 8-2.34-3 (2)

GPV 14-2.34-4 (3)

GPV 14-3.56-3 (3)

GPV 17-3.56-4 (4)

4.03

7.48

9.82

11.14

14.68

2.34

2.21

3.42

0.32

0.45

15.30

GPV

0.06-0.15

(1) Use holders which are suitable for GIP 3 / GIP 4

(2) Use holders which are suitable for GIMY 808

(3) Use holders which are suitable for TIGER 14

(4) Use holders which are suitable for TIGER 17

For tools, see pages: C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) • GHDR/L-JHP (short pocket) (260) • GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short pocket) (261)

• GHDR/L/N 12/14 (319) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258)

GDK

Inserts for Rough Grooving

V-Shaped Piston Grooves

EPSR BW

GDK 1.5-MS (1)

GDK 1.81-MS

1.81

0.000

19.70

• For steel grooves

(1) For steel grooves

lNSL

GDP 1.20-0.30-4768V2Q

GDP 1.55-0.30-1404Q

GDP 1.75-1406Q

(4) Left edge 7.17° + right edge 7.83°

- (4)

20.90

20.95

Inserts for Precision Grooving

of V-Shaped Piston Grooves

IC308

GDP

0.12-0.18 HLPGR/L

Tools for L-Type LPGIR/L Inserts

HLPGR/L 2525-12-A3.5-T25

HLPGR/L 3225-12-A3.5-T25

HLPGR/L 2525-12-A4.5-T30

HLPGR/L 3225-12-A4.5-T30

HLPGR/L 2525-16-A6-T30

HLPGR/L 3225-16-A6-T30

23.30

22.80

LPGIR/L 12

LPGIR/L 16

• In case of face penetration prior to radial grooving, please check that the lower insert support is relieved from the groove's outer diameter

(1) Cutting depth maximum

For inserts, see pages: LPGIR/L (289)

LPGIR/L

Inserts for Axial Grooves Inside

Radial Grooves and for Radial

Grooves Inside Axial Grooves

LPGIR/L 12-8-2T4PR

LPGIR/L 12-8-210T4

LPGIR/L 12-8.5-3T5PR

LPGIR/L 12-8.5-315T5

LPGIR/L 12-9.5-4T6PR

LPGIR/L 12-9.5-420T6

LPGIR/L 12-11-5T6.5PR

LPGIR/L 12-11-525T6.5

LPGIR/L 16-15.5-3T9PR

LPGIR/L 16-15.5-315T9

LPGIR/L 16-15.5-4T9PR

LPGIR/L 16-15.5-420T9

LPGIR/L 16-15.5-5T9PR

LPGIR/L 16-15.5-525T9

30.60

200.0

For tools, see pages: HLPGR/L (289)

289 TIP-WT

Precision Ground Double-Ended

Threading Inserts with a 55°

Partial Profile and a Chipformer

TIP inserts are 1.6 mm longer than GIP in the same pocket

TPIX(3)

TPIN(4)

TIP 2WT-0.05 (1)

TIP 4WT-0.15 (1)

TIP 5WT-0.25 (1)

17.7 Ref.

• Toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance • Pitch max 0.187xD

(1) TPIN(thread per inch minimum) = D/6.4 • D-Diameter of thread (inch)

(3) Threads per inch maximum

(4) Threads per inch minimum

(265) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) • GHDR/L-JHP (short pocket) (260) • GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short pocket) (261) • GHGR/L (262) • GHMPR/L (258)

• GHMR/L (258) • GHSR/L (357) • GHSR/L-JHP-SL (358)

17.7 Ref.(a)

TIP _MT

TIP 2A-MT-0.05 (1)

TIP 2MT-0.05

TIP 2MT-0.14

TIP 4A-MT-0.15 (1)

TIP 4MT-0.15

TIP 4MT-0.20

TIP 5MT-0.25

TPN(3)

TPIX(4)

0.450

1.110

1.250

1.630

1.940

Threading Inserts with a 60°

Partial Profile and Chipformer

TIP _A-MT

TIP-MT

• (a) TIP inserts are 1.6 mm longer than GIP in the same pocket • Toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance

(1) Without chipformer (flat rake)

(3) Thread pitch minimum (mm)

(4) Threads per inch maximum

ISCAR TIP-P-ISO

Precision Ground ISO

Metric Full Profile DoubleEnded External Threading

0.11

0.22

0.48

0.68

0.500

0.750

0.800

1.000

1.500

1.750

2.000

2.500

3.000

3.500

4.000

5.000

TIP 2P0.5-ISO

TIP 2P0.75-ISO

TIP 2P0.8-ISO

TIP 2P1.0-ISO

TIP 2P1.25-ISO

TIP 2P1.5-ISO

TIP 2P1.75-ISO

TIP 4P2.0-ISO

TIP 4P2.5-ISO

TIP 4P3.0-ISO

TIP 4P3.5-ISO

TIP 5P4.0-ISO

TIP 5P5.0-ISO

(1) Thread pitch

For tools, see pages: C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGHN-D (266) • CGHN-DG (267) • CGHN-S (266) • CGPAD (265) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • GHDR/L (short pocket) (259)

• GHDR/L-JHP (short pocket) (260) • GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short pocket) (261) • GHGR/L (262) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258) • GHSR/L (357) • GHSR/L-JHP-SL (358)

TIP-P-UN

American UN (UNC,UNF,UNEF)

Precision Ground External DoubleEnded Full Profile Threading

TPI

0.16

0.23

0.27

0.33

0.41

TIP 2P32-UN

TIP 2P28-UN

TIP 2P24-UN

TIP 2P20-UN

TIP 2P18-UN

TIP 2P16-UN

TIP 2P14-UN

TIP 2P13-UN

TIP 2P12-UN

TIP 4P11-UN

TIP 4P10-UN

TIP 4P08-UN

291 TIP-P-BSW

American (BSW, BSF, BSP)

Precision Ground External

Double-Ended Full Profile

Threading Inserts with a Chipformer

TIP 2P28-BSW

TIP 2P26-BSW

TIP 2P-24BSW

TIP 2P24-BSW

TIP 2P-20BSW

TIP 2P20-BSW

TIP 2P19-BSW

TIP 2P-18BSW

TIP 2P18-BSW

TIP 2P-16BSW

TIP 2P16-BSW

TIP 2P14-BSW

TIP 4P12-BSW

TIP 4P11-BSW

TIP 4P10-BSW

TIP-P-NPT

NPT (National Pipe Threads)

External Full Profile Threading

TPI(2)

0.09

• (a) TIP inserts are 1.6 mm longer than GIP in the same pocket

(2) Threads per inch

TIP 2P27-NPT

TIP 2P18-NPT

TIP 2P14-NPT

TIP 4P11.5-NPT

TIP 4P8-NPT

• Toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance

292

ISCAR TIP-P-BSPT

Precision Ground BSPT (British

Standard Pipe) External DoubleEnded Full Profile Threading

TIP 2P28-BSPT

TIP 2P19-BSPT

TIP 2P14-BSPT

TIP 4P11-BSPT

For tools, see pages: C#-GHDR/L (259) • CGHN-D (266) • CGHN-DG (267) • CGHN-S (266) • CGPAD (265) • CGPAD-JHP (265) • GHDR/L (short pocket) (259) •

GHDR/L-JHP (short pocket) (260) • GHDR/L-JHP-MC (short pocket) (261) • GHGR/L (262) • GHMPR/L (258) • GHMR/L (258) • GHSR/L (357) • GHSR/L-JHP-SL (358)

PHGR/L

Holders for External

PHGR/L 20-2.4

PHGR/L 25-2.4

PHGR/L 16-2.4

CWN(1) CWX(2)

24.10

15.10

GDMW 2.4

(3) Maximum parting diameter.

PHAR/L

External Machining Holders

for PADR/L Adapters

PHAR/L 20

PHAR/L 25

CDX(1)

Adapter(2)

16.30

PADR/L 2.4

SR 76-1368

Cutting depth maximum

Adapters to be ordered separately.

293 GROOVE TURN

PADR/L

Adapters for GDMW/GDMY

Groove-Turn Inserts

41.00

For inserts, see pages: GDMW 2.4 (294)

For holders, see pages: PHAR/L (293)

20 Ref.

Utility Double-Ended

Inserts for External Turning,

0.04

For tools, see pages: PADR/L (294) • PHGR/L (293) • PHSR/L (357)

294

0.05-0.08 PCHRS/LS-17

Tools Carrying Inserts with 5

Cutting Edges for Grooving,

Parting and Recessing

Next to High Shoulders

PCHR/LS 10-17

PCHR/LS 12-17

PCHR/LS 16-17

PCHR/LS 20-17

17.6

21.6

25.6

• Use right-hand inserts on right-hand tools and vice versa

PCHLS 10-17

PCHRS 10-17

PCHLS 12-17

PCHRS 12-17

PCHLS 16-17

PCHRS 16-17

PCHLS 20-17

PCHRS 20-17

SR M4-39432

SR M4-39432L

T-1508/5

PENTA 17-P-RS/LS

Ø17

Pentagonal Inserts for Grooving

and Parting Soft Materials,

Thin and Miniature Parts

CW ±0.02

PENTA 17N025P000R/LS

PENTA 17N030P000R/LS

PENTA 17N033P000R/LS

PENTA 17N043P000R/LS

PENTA 17N050P000R/LS

PENTA 17N075P000R/LS

PENTA 17N080P000R/LS

PENTA 17N095P000R/LS

PENTA 17N100P010R/LS

PENTA 17N120P010R/LS

PENTA 17N140P010R/LS

PENTA 17N150P010R/LS

PENTA 17N157P010R/LS

PENTA 17N170P010R/LS

PENTA 17N178P010R/LS

PENTA 17N196P010R/LS

PENTA 17N200P010R/LS

PENTA 17N222P010R/LS

PENTA 17N230P010R/LS

PENTA 17N239P010R/LS

PENTA 17N247P010R/LS

PENTA 17N250P010R/LS

PENTA 17N270P010R/LS

PENTA 17N287P010R/LS

PENTA 17N300P010R/LS

PENTA 17N318P010R/LS

IC1008

0.43

0.75

0.95

0.02-0.08

For tools, see pages: PCHRS/LS-17 (295)

295 PENTA 17-NP-RS/LS

Pentagonal Inserts for Precision

Grooving and Turning Next to

High Shoulder Applications

PENTA 17-100NP08R/LS

PENTA 17-200NP08R/LS

PENTA 17-300NP08R/LS

0.05-0.70

0.05-2.50

0.05-3.10

0.05-0.19

• When turning to the opposite side of chipformer, maximum CDX is 0.5 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

PENTA 17-100NP08-L/RS

PENTA 17-200NP08-L/RS

PENTA 17-300NP08-L/RS

CUTDIA as a function of depth of cut (CDX)

CDX≤2.5

CDX≤3.0

CDX≤3.5

CDX≤3.8

CDX≤4.0

N.L.

PENTA 17-ER/EL

Back Turning Pentagonal Inserts

PSIR

TC

PENTA 17EL00-07K0LS

PENTA 17ER00-07K0RS

PENTA 17EL08-07K0LS

PENTA 17ER08-07K0RS

Tc

0.01-0.15

PENTA 17-MT-RS/LS

Precision Ground Pentagonal

External Threading Inserts

with a 60° Partial Profile

PDX

PENTA 17-MTL003LS

PENTA 17-MTR003RS

PENTA 17-MTL008LS

PENTA 17-MTR008RS

TPN(1)

TPX(2)

0.300

0.700

0.03

1.4

Thread pitch minimum (mm)

Thread pitch maximum (mm)

296

ISCAR Precision Ground Pentagonal

with a 55° Partial Profile

PENTA 17-WTL003LS

PENTA 17-WTR003RS

PENTA 17-WTL008LS

PENTA 17-WTR008RS

TPIX(1)

TPIN(2)

PENTA 17-WT-RS/LS

Threads per inch maximum

Threads per inch minimum

PCHR/L-24

0.50-3.20

3.21-4.23

4.24-5.20

5.21-6.20

6.21-8.20

Grooving, Parting and

Recessing Holders Carrying

Inserts with 5 Cutting Edges

f2

PCHR/L 10-24

PCHR/L 12-24

PCHR/L 16-24

PCHR/L 20-24

PCHR/L 25-24

PCHR/L 16-24-5

PCHR/L 20-24-5

PCHR/L 25-24-5

PCHR/L 25-24-8 (1)

f1

WF=f1+f2

HBL

3.21

5.21

16.5

20.5

18.5

SR 16-212-01397L

SR PCHL-8-06642

T-2010/5

• WF=f1+f2 (according to insert width (CW) being used)

(1) Used with special inserts only

(4) For specific information, refer to insert data

297 GROOVE TURN

25 mm shank

12-20 mm shank

PCHR/L-24-JHP

Recessing Tools Carrying

PENTA Inserts with Channels

PCHR/L 12-24-JHP

PCHR/L 16-24-JHP

PCHR/L 20-24-JHP

PCHR/L 25-24-JHP

CNT typx3

24.5

20.50

UNF 5/16-24

G 1/8-28

PENTA 24

(2) Maximum cutting width • Up to 6.2 mm width may be ordered on request.

(3) For specific information, refer to insert data.

PCHR/L 12-24PCHR/L 16/20/25-

Coolant Holes

5-8

(2) Grooving Depth CDX Relative to CUTDIA

Cut-off to Center

Dmax

No-limit

Groove Capacity

10 max.

PCHL 12-24-JHP

PCHR 12-24-JHP

PCHL 16-24-JHP

PCHR 16-24-JHP

PCHL 20-24-JHP

PCHR 20-24-JHP

PCHL 25-24-JHP

PCHR 25-24-JHP

SR 16-212-01397L-L8.5

SR 16-212-01397-L8.5

SR 16-212-01397

PCHR/L-24-JHP-MC

Grooving, Parting and Recessing

Tools Carrying PENTA

Inserts with Bottom Inlets

Coolant outlets

Lock

PCHR/L 20-24-JHP-MC

PCHR/L 25-24-JHP-MC

PCHL 20-24-JHP-MC

PCHR 20-24-JHP-MC

PCHL 25-24-JHP-MC

PCHR 25-24-JHP-MC

298

T-2010/5 (1)

Holders Carrying Inserts with

5 Cutting Edges for Grooving,

3º Pocket Inclination

24.50

SR 16-212-01397LS

PCHRS/LS

PCHR/LS 12-24

PCHR/LS 16-24

PCHR/LS 20-24

PCHR/LS 25-24

Maximum cutting width

PCHR/L-34

PCHR/L 16-34

PCHR/L 20-34

PCHR/L 25-34

PCHR/L 25-34-8 (1)

PCHR/L 32-34

3.19

30.10

SR PCHR-8-06642

Used with special inserts only

H= 25 mm

PCHR/L-34-JHP

H= 16-20 mm

CNT (typx3)

PCHR/L 16-34-JHP

PCHR/L 20-34-JHP

PCHR/L 25-34-JHP

13.60

33.5

G1/8-28

PENTA 34

(3) For specific information, refer to insert data

299 GROOVE TURN

PCHR/L-34-JHP-MC

PCHR/L 20-34-JHP-MC

PCHR/L 25-34-JHP-MC

18.55

103.50

118.50

PCHPR/L

Perpendicular Holders

Carrying Inserts with 5 Cutting

Edges for Facing, Grooving,

PCHPR/L 16-24

PCHPR/L 20-24

PCHPR/L 25-24

PCHPR/L 20-34

PCHPR/L 25-34

3.20 (4)

1.50 (5)

(4) Up to 6.2 mm width may be ordered on request.

(5) Valid for inserts with CW<3.2 mm

MAHL (L.H. holder)

WF2 (adapter)

(R.H. perpendicular holder)

OAW

WF2

3.18 (5)

29.60

41.50

54.20

3.35

30.3

• CDX and CUTDIA according to insert limitation

(4) WF (adapter)

(5) Up to 6.2 mm width may be ordered on request

R.H. adapter

Adapters for PENTACUT

Grooving Inserts

(a) For left-hand holders

PCADR/L

PCADR/L 24N

PCADR/L 34N

MAHR (R.H. holder)

WF(assembly)=WF(R.H.

holder)+WF(R.H. adapter)

• WF(assembly)=WF(L.H.

holder)+WF2(R.H.

adapter )

SR 16-212-01397L(a)

T-2010/5 MAHR  .-JHP

R.H. Holder

PCADR/L-JHP

Coolant Holes for PENTACUT

PCADR/L 24-JHP

WF(adapter)

R.H. Adapter

WF(assembly)=f1(R.H holder)+WF(R.H adapter) • WF(assembly)= f1(L.H. holder)+WF(R.H. adapter)

43.80

• CDX and CUTDIA according to insert limitation • For user guide and accessores, see pages 380-400

(5) Up to 6.2 mm width can be ordered on request

MAHPL  .-JHP

L.H. Holder

70Bar

Bar

Flow

FlowRate

Rate(liters/min)

100 100

Bar Bar

FlowFlow

RateRate

Flow(liters/min)

Rate (liters/min)

12-14 12-14

PCAD RE/LE-JHP

Parting and Grooving

Adapters with Channels

Carrying PENTA 24 Inserts

PCAD 24R/LE-JHP

41.40

55.30

25.8

18.9

For inserts, see pages: PENTA 24-BSPT (309) • PENTA 24-ISO (308) • PENTA 24-MT (309) • PENTA 24-NPT (630) • PENTA 24-UN (308) • PENTA 24-W (308) • PENTA

24-WT (309) • PENTA 24N-C (304) • PENTA 24N-C (full radius) (305) • PENTA 24N-J (303) • PENTA 24N-J (full radius) (304) • PENTA 24N-PF (full radius) (306) • PENTA

24N-PF/P (305) • PENTA 24N-Z (306) • PENTA 24R-C (480) • PENTA 24R-P (482) • PENTA 24R/L-J (480) • PENTA 24R/L-Z (481)

For holders, see pages: NMAHR/L-JHP (458)

PCAD 24LE-JHP

PCAD 24RE-JHP

SR 16-212-01397(a)

Recommended tightening torque:2.5 N*m (22 lbf*in)

PCADR/L 34N-RE

Reinforced Adapters for

PENTACUT Grooving Inserts

GHAR  .-8

61.50

10.15

• CDX and CUTDIA according to insert limitation • H, B, and WF(holder) according to holder being used

301 GROOVE TURN

PCHBR/L

Double-Ended Parting

and Grooving Blades for

PENTACUT Inserts

PCHBR/L 26-24R

PCHBL 32-24R

PCHBR 26-24L

PCHBR 32-24L

PCHBR/L 26-34R (1)

PCHBL 32-34R

PCHBR 26-34L (1)

PCHBR 32-34L

6.20

• For insert/blade orientation, see the following drawings

(1) Single pocket blade

(4) To the center of inserts up to 4.15 mm width

24N-PF/P (305) • PENTA 24N-Z (306) • PENTA 24R-C (480) • PENTA 24R-P (482) • PENTA 24R/L-J (480) • PENTA 24R/L-Z (481) • PENTA 34F-R/L (570) • PENTA 34N-C

(310) • PENTA 34N-J (311) • PENTA 34N-PB (310) • PENTA 34R/L-C (482) • PENTA 34R/L-J (483) • PENTA 34R/L-PB (483)

PCHBL 26-24L

PCHBL 26-24R

PCHBR 26-24R

PCHBL 26-24R Shown

Right-hand blade

Right-hand pocket

location on the blade

302

ISCAR PENTA

Circular

circumference

of the insert

J

lead angle (K)

N, R, L

Cutting edge width

CW(mm)x100

Chipbreaker

style J, Z

PENTA 24N-J

for Parting and Grooving

Soft Materials, Tubes, Small

and Thin-Walled Parts

CDX(3) ±0.04

010

Corner radius RE (mm)x100

for neutral insert. (k=0)

Or lead angle for right- or

left-hand inserts. (eg. 15D=15º)

0.06

0.020

PENTA 24N050J000

PENTA 24N050J004

PENTA 24N080J000

PENTA 24N100J004

PENTA 24N100J006

PENTA 24N104J000

PENTA 24N120J000

PENTA 24N125J010

PENTA 24N140J000

PENTA 24N147J000

PENTA 24N150J010

PENTA 24N157J015

PENTA 24N170J010

PENTA 24N178J018

PENTA 24N185J015

PENTA 24N196J015

PENTA 24N200J020

PENTA 24N222J015

PENTA 24N230J020

PENTA 24N239J015

PENTA 24N247J020

PENTA 24N270J010

PENTA 24N287J020

PENTA 24N300J000

PENTA 24N300J020

PENTA 24N300J040

PENTA 24N315J015

PENTA 24N318J020

PENTA 24N330J010

PENTA 24N348J020

PENTA 24N356J020

PENTA 24N374J020

PENTA 24N398J020

PENTA 24N400J040

PENTA 24N423J010

IC807G

Family

name

Identification System for Standard Inserts

0.03-0.07

0.03-0.08

0.00-0.12

0.04-0.10

0.04-0.18

• (1)Recessing is possible only with 2.39 mm and wider inserts • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

(3) For grooving and parting depth relative to part diameter, see page 306

For tools, see pages: PCAD RE/LE-JHP (301) • PCADR/L (300) • PCADR/L-JHP (301) • PCHBR/L (302) • PCHPR/L (300) • PCHR/L-24 (297) • PCHR/L-24-JHP (298)

• PCHR/L-24-JHP-MC (298)

303 PENTA 24N-J (full radius)

Precision Grooving

Pentagonal Full Radius

Inserts for Soft Materials

CW RE

CDX (3)

PENTA 24N100J050

PENTA 24N120J060

PENTA 24N140J070

PENTA 24N157J079

PENTA 24N200J100

PENTA 24N239J120

PENTA 24N300J150

PENTA 24N318J159

PENTA 24N400J200

6.25

±0.04

0.06-0.16

0.06-0.20

• Recessing is possible only with 2.39 mm and wider inserts. • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

(3) For grooving depth relative to part diameter, see page 306

PENTA 24N-C

Parting and Grooving Inserts

with 5 Cutting Edges for

Parting Bars, Hard Materials

and Tough Applications

PENTA 24N150C010

PENTA 24N157C015

PENTA 24N170C010

PENTA 24N178C018

PENTA 24N196C015

PENTA 24N200C020

PENTA 24N222C015

PENTA 24N230C020

PENTA 24N239C015

PENTA 24N247C020

PENTA 24N270C010

PENTA 24N287C020

PENTA 24N300C020

PENTA 24N300C040

PENTA 24N318C020

PENTA 24N478C055

PENTA 24N486C040

PENTA 24N500C040

0.06-0.17

0.08-0.18

(3) For grooving and parting depths relative to part diameter, see page 306

304

ISCAR 24

PENTA 24N-C (full radius)

Full Radius Grooving Inserts

with 5 Cutting Edges for Hard

Materials and Tough Applications

PENTA 24N157C079

PENTA 24N200C100

PENTA 24N239C120

PENTA 24N300C150

• Recessing is possible only with 2.39 mm and wider inserts • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

(2) For grooving depth relative to part diameter, see page 306

PENTA 24N-PF/P

Pentagonal Inserts with a High

Positive Flat Rake for Parting

and Precision Grooving

CDX(3) 24

GAN

PENTA 24N050PF005

PENTA 24N075PF005

PENTA 24N095PF005

PENTA 24N100PF010

PENTA 24N100P005

PENTA 24N125PF020

PENTA 24N145PF020

PENTA 24N150PF020

PENTA 24N150P005

PENTA 24N175PF020

PENTA 24N185PF020

PENTA 24N200PF020

PENTA 24N200P005

PENTA 24N230PF020

PENTA 24N239PF015

PENTA 24N250PF020

PENTA 24N300PF020

PENTA 24N300PF030

PENTA 24N400PF020

PENTA 24N400PF040

0.01-0.04

305 24

Full Radius Pentagonal Inserts

with a High Positive Flat Rake for

Parting and Precision Grooving

W R

CDX (2)

PENTA 24N100PF050

PENTA 24N150PF075

PENTA 24N200PF100

PENTA 24N250PF125

PENTA 24N300PF150

PENTA 24N400PF200

PENTA 24N-PF (full radius)

(2) For grooving and parting depths relative to part diameter, see page 306

PENTA 24N-Z

Inserts with 5 Cutting Edges for

Grooving and Parting Tubes,

Small and Thin-Walled Parts

PENTA 24N150Z010

PENTA 24N200Z020

PENTA 24N300Z020

• Cutting edge with high positive rake, suitable for parting tubes, thin walled parts and for small diameters • Suitable for machining soft materials and bearing steel at low to

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

CW=0.50 (1)

CW=0.50 (2)

CW=0.80

CW=1.00

1.04≤CW≤1.40

CW=1.47

CW=1.50

1.57≤CW≤1.96

CW=2.00

2.22≤CW≤2.30

2.39≤CW≤2.50

2.70≤CW≤3.18

306

CUTDIA as a Function of Parting / Grooving Depth (T) for PENTA 24 Inserts

CDX / CUTDIA T≤3.0 T≤3.5 T≤4.0 T≤4.5 T≤5.0 T≤5.5 T≤6.5 T≤6.4

6.0(4)

1.0 / N.L.

1.6 / N.L.

2.0 / N.L.

2.5 / N.L.

Refers to PENTA 24N050J000 - a precision grooving insert

For full radius insert, CDX = 3.0, CUTDIA = No limit

470

Refers to PENTA 24N050J004 - a parting insert

CUTDIA for parting = 2 x CDX

ØDmax(CUTDIA)

ØDmax(CUTDIA) 24.2

PENTA 24N-J-RS

Pentagonal Inserts for Next to

inclination

PENTA 24N157J020RS

PENTA 24N157J079RS

PENTA 24N200J020RS

PENTA 24N239J020RS

PENTA 24N239J119RS

PENTA 24N300J020RS

PENTA 24N318J020RS

PENTA 24N318J159RS

For tools, see pages: PCHRS/LS (299)

D24

PENTA 24N-RS/LS

Pentagonal Inserts for Parting

and Precision Grooving Next to

3º pocket inclination

87º

LS

RS

WF - refer to inserts data

PENTA 24N080NF010R/LS

PENTA 24N100NF010R/LS

PENTA 24N119NF010R/LS

PENTA 24N157NF020R/LS

PENTA 24N157NF079R/LS

PENTA 24N200NF020R/LS

PENTA 24N239NF020R/LS

PENTA 24N239NF119R/LS

PENTA 24N300NF020R/LS

PENTA 24N318NF020R/LS

PENTA 24N318NF159R/LS

PENTA 24N400NF020R/LS

PENTA 24N480NF020R/LS

- (3)

(3) No limit

307 PENTA 24-ISO

Precision Ground ISO Metric

Full Profile Pentagonal

with a Chipformer

PENTA 24-0.5-ISO

PENTA 24-0.75-ISO

PENTA 24-0.8-ISO

PENTA 24-1.0-ISO

PENTA 24-1.25-ISO

PENTA 24-1.5-ISO

PENTA 24-1.75-ISO

PENTA 24-2.0-ISO

• DMIN(mm)=5.435xTP

For tools, see pages: PCAD RE/LE-JHP (301) • PCADR/L (300) • PCADR/L-JHP (301) • PCHBR/L (302) • PCHPR/L (300) • PCHR/L-24 (297) • PCHR/L-24-JHP (298) •

PCHR/L-24-JHP-MC (298)

PENTA 24-UN

American UN (UNC, UNF,

UNEF) Precision Ground Full

Profile Pentagonal External

PENTA 24-24-UN

PENTA 24-20-UN

PENTA 24-18-UN

PENTA 24-16-UN

PENTA 24-14-UN

• DMIN(inch)=5.435/TPI • Tolerance: Class 2A

PENTA 24-W

Whitworth (BSW, BSF, BSP)

B.S.84-1956 DIN 259 Pentagonal

Full Profile External Threading

PENTA 24-28-W

PENTA 24-19-W

PENTA 24-14-W

• DMIN(inch)=5.435/TPI

308

ISCAR GROOVE TURN

PENTA 24-BSPT

BSPT (British Standard Pipe)

Pentagonal Full Profile Threading

PENTA 24-19-BSPT

PENTA 24-14-BSPT

PENTA 24-MT

1.8 max

PENTA 24-MT-0.05

PENTA 24A-MT-0.05 (1)

PENTA 24A-MT-0.15

TPN(2)

TPX(3)

• TPX=0.175xD

(1) Flat rake (without a chipformer)

(2) Thread pitch minimum (mm)

(3) Thread pitch maximum (mm)

PENTA 24-WT

with a Whitworth 55° Partial Profile

PENTA 24A-WT-0.15 (1)

PENTA 24A-WT-0.05 (1)

TPIX(2)

TPIN(3)

• TPIN=6.4/D(inch) D-nominal thread diameter (inch)

(2) Threads per inch maximum

(3) Threads per inch minimum

309 ±0.04

Parting and Grooving Pentagonal

Inserts for Parting Bearing Steel

and Other Ductile Materials

4.3

PENTA 34N150PB015

PENTA 34N200PB020

PENTA 34N300PB020

PENTA 34N-PB

(3) For grooving and parting depths relative to part diameter, see page 310

For tools, see pages: PCADR/L (300) • PCADR/L 34N-RE (301) • PCHBR/L (302) • PCHPR/L (300) • PCHR/L-34 (299) • PCHR/L-34-JHP (299)

PENTA 34N-C

Hard Materials, Tough and

PENTA 34N150C015

PENTA 34N200C020

PENTA 34N200C100

PENTA 34N222C015

PENTA 34N230C020

PENTA 34N239C015

PENTA 34N239C120

PENTA 34N247C020

PENTA 34N250C020

PENTA 34N270C010

PENTA 34N287C020

PENTA 34N300C000

PENTA 34N300C020

PENTA 34N300C040

PENTA 34N300C150

PENTA 34N315C015

PENTA 34N318C020

PENTA 34N330C010

PENTA 34N348C020

PENTA 34N350C025

PENTA 34N398C020

PENTA 34N400C030

1.50 ≤ CW ≤ 2.69

2.70 ≤ CW ≤ 4.00

CUTDIA as a Function of Parting / Grooving Depth (T) for PENTA 34 Inserts

T≤5.0

T≤6.0

T≤7.0

T≤8.0

T≤8.5

T≤9.0

T≤10.0

N.L. = No Limit

310

165

ØDmax(CUTDIA) PENTA 34N-J

Ø34

for Parting and Grooving Soft

Materials, Parting Tubes, Small

PENTA 34N150J015

PENTA 34N200J020

PENTA 34N200J100

PENTA 34N239J015

PENTA 34N239J120

PENTA 34N250J020

PENTA 34N270J010

PENTA 34N300J000

PENTA 34N300J020

PENTA 34N300J040

PENTA 34N300J150

PENTA 34N318J020

0.20-0.16

3.48 Ref.

GTGA

Precision Shallow Grooving

Inserts with 3 Cutting Edges

9.525

GTGA 16 ER/IL shown

IC508

IC528

GTGA 16EL/IR 100

GTGA 16EL/IR 120

GTGA 16EL/IR 140

GTGA 16EL/IR 170

GTGA 16EL/IR 195

GTGA 16EL/IR 225

GTGA 16ER/IL 100

GTGA 16ER/IL 120

GTGA 16ER/IL 140

GTGA 16ER/IL 170

GTGA 16ER/IL 195

GTGA 16ER/IL 225

1.95

2.25

• Inserts for right-hand external grooving can be used as left-hand internal grooving • Use with anvil AE 16-0 on external tools and with anvil AI 16-0 on internal tools

For tools, see pages: C#-SER/L (653) • SER-D (654) • SER/L (652) • SIR/L (655)

311 GTMA

Utility Shallow Grooving Inserts

with 3 Cutting Edges

GTMA 16 ER/IL shown

GTMA 16ER/IL 120

GTMA 16ER/IL 140

GTMA 16ER/IL 160

GTMA 16ER/IL 175

GTMA 16ER/IL 195

GTMA 16ER/IL 222

• Inserts for right-hand external grooving can be used as left-hand internal grooving

For tools, see pages: C#-SER/L (653) • SER/L (652) • SIR/L (655)

312

• Use with anvil AE 16-0 on external tools and with anvil AI 16-0 on internal tools GROOVE-TURN

313 GROOVE-TURN

THDR/L-IQ

G1/8”

External Holders for Wide

THDR/L 2525-10T20-IQ

THDR/L 3232-10T20-IQ

THDR/L 2525-12T20-IQ

THDR/L 3232-12T20-IQ

THDR/L 2525-14T20-IQ

THDR/L 3232-14T20-IQ

THDR/L 3232-16T40-IQ

THDR/L 4040-16T50-IQ

THDR/L 3232-18T40-IQ

THDR/L 4040-18T50-IQ

THDR/L 3232-20T40-IQ

THDR/L 4040-20T50-IQ

20.40

27.40

19.50

24.60

32.60

• For grooving only

For inserts, see pages: TIGER-IQ (315)

PIN 5.5 INJ

PIN 6.5 INJ 7000944

SR M6-26392

SR M8-26393

THBN

THBR/L/N-IQ

Blades Carrying Cartridges

for Wide Grooving Inserts

THBR

45.2

SR M5X3.5PL

SR M5X23-A90

(1) Cartridges have to be ordered separately.

(2) For best performance use SGTBU .-14 holder blocks

(4) If workpiece diameter is smaller than 200 mm, then CDX=98, if workpiece diameter is larger than 200 mm, then CDX=93.

For tools, see pages: CR THDN-IQ (315)

314

SW6-T

THBN 53K-10-IQ (1)

THBR/L 53K-12-IQ (2)

THBR/L 53K-14-IQ (2)

BLD IP20/S7

SGC 340 SGCU 341

SGC 340 SGCU 341 CR THDN-IQ

Cartridges for Blades Carrying

Wide Grooving Inserts

HF 25°

CR THDN-10-IQ

CR THDN-12-IQ

CR THDN-14-IQ

23.7

23.60

For holders, see pages: THBR/L/N-IQ (314)

TIGER-IQ

for External Heavy Grooving

and Deep Machining

60.5°

CW Chipformer

Y Chipformer

5.05

13.30

TIGER 1008Y-IQ

TIGER 1212Y-IQ

TIGER 1415-CW-IQ

TIGER 1415Y-IQ

TIGER 1615Y-IQ

TIGER 1820Y-IQ

TIGER 2020-CW-IQ

TIGER 2020Y-IQ

0.22-0.45

0.25-0.55

For tools, see pages: CR THDN-IQ (315) • THDR/L-IQ (314)

315 GROOVE-TURN

TGBHR/L

Toolholders for Heavy

Duty Groove-Turn and

Parting Applications

TGBHR/L 20C-6 (1)

TGBHR/L 25C-6 (1)

TGBHR/L 32C-6 (1)

TGBHR/L 25C-8

TGBHR/L 32C-8

TGBHR/L 25C-10

TGBHR/L 32C-10

TGBHR/L 25C-12

TGBHR/L 32C-12

TGBHR/L 25C-14T20

TGBHR/L 32C-14T40

TGBHR/L 40C-14T40

17.40

28.50

• The tools for the 14 mm inserts feature a 1/8" port thread for standard tube fittings • For user guide, see pages 380-395

(1) For detailed depth capacity, see table below

For inserts, see pages: TAG N-C/W/M (463) • TAG N-J/JS/JT (465) • TAG N-UT (467) • TAG R/L-C (464) • TAG R/L-J/JS (466) • TAGB/TAGBA (319)

Depth Capacity for TGBHR/L .C-6

CW ≥ 14

CW = 6-12

1/8” BSPP Adaptation nipple

Coolant outlet

Coolant inlet accessory

SGCU 341

TGBHR/L 20C-6

TGBHR/L 25C-6

TGBHR/L 32C-6

TGBHL 32C-14T40

TGBHR 32C-14T40

316

ETG 5-7*

JHP NIPPLE G1/8"-7/16"UNF*

JHP NIPPLE G1/8"-7/16"UNF* TGBHR/L-JHP

Grooving and Turning SUMOGRIP Tools with Channels

TGBHR/L 25-8-JHP

TGBHR/L 32-8-JHP

• For user guide see pages 380-400

For inserts, see pages: TAG N-C/W/M (463) • TAGB/TAGBA (319)

TGBHR/L-JHP

ETG 8-12 Extractor for 8 to 12.7 mm Inserts

Extraction Side

Insertion Side

317 GROOVE-TURN

TGFH .1.4/1.6

TGFH/R/L

TGFH 19-1.4

TGFH 19-1.6

TGFH 19-2

TGFH 26-1.4

TGFH 26-1.6

TGFH 26-2

TGFH 26-3

TGFH 26K-3 (1)

TGFH 26-4

TGFH 26-5

TGFH 32-1.4

TGFH 32-1.6

TGFH 32-2

TGFH 32-3

TGFH 32K-3 (1)

TGFH 32-4

TGFH 32K-4 (1)

TGFH 32-5

TGFH 32-6

TGFH 32-7

TGFH 45-3

TGFH 45-4

TGFH 45-5

TGFH 45-6

TGFH 45-7

TGFH 52-7

TGFH 53-7

TGFH 52K-8 (1)

TGFH 53K-8 (1)

TGFH 52K-9 (1)

TGFH 53K-9 (1)

TGFHR/L 53K-12 (1)

TGFH 100-9

TGFH 100-12

TGFH 150-12

150º

TGFH .K

Blades with a Tangentially

Oriented Pocket Carrying TANGGRIP Single-Ended Inserts

TGFH 100,150

CSP(4)

150.0

11.70

1.05 (5)

1.30 (6)

1.65

1.30 (5)

1.65 (5)

86.00

148.00

460.00

610.00

7.10

15.7

92.5

142.5

190.0

220.0

215.0

450.0

600.0

TAG 1.4

TAG 1.6

TAG 2

TAG 3

TAG 4

TAG 5

TAG 6

TAG 7

TAG 8

TAG 9

TAG 12

ETG 1.4/1.6*

ETG 2*

ETG 3-4*

ETG 3-4-SH*

(1) With coolant holes, the recommended coolant pressure is 10 bar min.; cooling tube SGCU 341 should be ordered separately

(4) 0 - Without coolant supply, 1 - With coolant supply

(5) Thickness beyond the D.O.C. area is 2.50 mm

(6) Thickness beyond the D.O.C. area is 1.60 mm

For inserts, see pages: TAG N-A (467) • TAG N-C/W/M (463) • TAG N-HF (463) • TAG N-J/JS/JT (465) • TAG N-LF (466) • TAG N-MF (464) • TAG N-UT (467) • TAG

R/L-C (464) • TAG R/L-J/JS (466) • TAGB/TAGBA (319)

K TYPE COOLANT

Coolant inlet SGCU-341

(should be ordered separately)

318

ISCAR BW

TAGB 608Y

TAGB 808Y

TAGB 1008Y

TAGB 1208Y

TAGB 1415Y

CWTOL(3)

RETOL(4)

TAGB 630Y

TAGB 840Y (1)

TAGBA 80-40YZ (1)

TAGB 1050Y (2)

TAGB 1260Y (2)

TAGB 1260H (2)

TAGBA 80-40YZ

TAGB 840Y

TAGB 1050Y

TAGB 1260Y

TAGB 1260H

1.00-5.60

1.00-7.00

1.00-8.40

1.80-8.40

0.30-0.85

0.45-1.00

0.26-0.48

0.35-0.55

0.26-0.50

Single-Ended Utility Inserts for

Grooving, Turning and Parting

TAGB/TAGBA

• H-type chipformer with a negative T-land for machining heavy interrupted applications and cast iron parts

(1) Blade's pocket must be modified

(2) Tool's pocket must be modified

(3) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)

(4) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

For tools, see pages: Anti-Vibration Blades (268) • TGBHR/L (316) • TGBHR/L-JHP (317) • TGFH-JHP (451) • TGFH/R/L (318) • TGSU (417) • TGTR/L-IQ (459)

GHDR/L/N 12/14

External Tools for Wide

GHDN

GHDR/L 32-12

GHDR/L 2525-14T12

GHDR/L 3232-14T12

GHDR/L 3232-14T38

GHDN 3232-14T38

GHDR/L 4040-14T38

GHDN 4040-14T45

GHDL

14.53

27.30

57.5

55.5

GIMY 1260,TIGER 1453

TIGER/GPV 14/16/17

TIGER 14/16/17

For inserts, see pages: GIMY 1260 (274) • GPV (288) • TIGER (320)

Deep Machining Screw-Clamped

Blades for Wide Grooving and

Heavy Turning Applications

CGHR/L 53-12D

CGHR/L 53-14D

CGHR/L-12-14D

SR 76-4002

If workpiece diameter is smaller than 200 mm, then CDX=98, if workpiece diameter is larger than 200 mm, then CDX=93.

For inserts, see pages: GIMY 1260 (274) • TIGER (320)

319 Utility Single-Ended Inserts

24 Ref.

5.9

16.63

1.52

0.100

TIGER 1453-152

TIGER 1453-152-CW

TIGER 16.63-1.52

TIGER 1740-200

0.22-0.44

0.26-0.52

THDR/L/N

THDL

THND

THDR/L 4040-17T45

THDR 3232-17T38

THDR/L 3232-20T38

THDR/L 4040-20T45

THDN 3232-20T38

THDN 4040-20T45

20.06

17.50

31.30

TIGERV 1740

TIGERV 2006

BLD T20/M7

For inserts, see pages: TIGERV (320)

TIGERV

For tools, see pages: THDR/L/N (320)

TIGERV 1700-200-CW

TIGERV 2006-152

CW Chipformer CNT

PCHR/L-27-JHP

Tools Carrying Pentagonal

Wide Inserts for Specially

Tailored Profiles

PCHR/L 20-27-JHP

PCHR/L 25-27-JHP

9.30

50.4

G1/4x10

For holders, see pages: C#-ADE (673) • C#-ADES (674) • C#-ASHA (673) • C#-ASHR/L (672) • C#-ASHR/L-45 (673) • C#-ASHR/L-45-HPMC (675) • C#-ASHR/L-HPMC

(675) • HSK A-WH-ASHR/L-1 (677) • HSK A63WH-ASHN-45 (676) • HSK A63WH-ASHR/L-2 (677) • HSK A63WH-ASHR/L-3 (677) • HSK A63WH-ASHR/L-45 (677)

PENTAS 27-20 blank

Blank Insert with 5 Wide Cutting

Edges for the Production of

Special Profile Contours

ø27

21.8

PENTAS 27-20FT

For tools, see pages: PCHR/L-27-JHP (321)

321 GROOVE-TURN

322

INTERNAL TOOLS AND INSERTS

ISCAR HF

Internal Machining Boring Bars

with Coolant Holes for Insert

Widths Less than 1.9 mm

GEHIMR/L 10-13

GEHIMR/L 12-14

GEHIMR/L 16-13

GEHIMR/L 16-14

GEHIMR/L 16-16

CWX(2) DCONMS

CND(4)

3.5 mm

6.0 mm

M6 (5)

GEHIMR/L

(4) Coolant inlet diameter

(5) Plastic seal with M6 thread.

For inserts, see pages: GEPI (327) • GEPI (W<M) (327) • GEPI-MT (329) • GEPI-RX/LX (328) • GEPI-WT (329)

GEHIMR/L-SC

Internal Machining Solid Carbide

Bars with Coolant Holes for

Insert Widths Less than 1.9 mm

GEHIMR/L 10SC-13

GEHIMR/L 12SC-14

GEHIMR/L 16SC-13

GEHIMR/L 16SC-16

Inlet

M6 (4)

(4) Plastic seal with M6 thread.

323 GROOVE-TURN

Internal Machining Bars

with Coolant Holes

GEHIR/L 10-11.5-2-T3

GEHIR/L 10-13-2-T2.4

GEHIR/L 12-11.5-2-T3

GEHIR/L 12-14-2-T2.6

GEHIR/L 12-14-2-T4

GEHIR/L 12-15-2-T6

GEHIR/L 16-11.5-2-T3

GEHIR/L 16-13-2-T2.4

GEHIR/L 16-14-2-T2.6

GEHIR/L 16-14-2-T4

GEHIR/L 16-16-2-T3

GEHIR/L 16-20-2-T8

GEHIR/L 12-14-3-T2.6

GEHIR/L 12-14-3-T4

GEHIR/L 12-15-3-T6

GEHIR/L 16-11.5-3-T3

GEHIR/L 16-13-3-T2.4

GEHIR/L 16-14-3-T2.6

GEHIR/L 16-14-3-T4

GEHIR/L 16-16-3-T3

GEHIR/L 16-20-3-T8

CND(3)

2.60

9.10

SR 14-562

T-10/5

For inserts, see pages: GEMI (326) • GEMI (full radius) (326) • GEPI (327) • GEPI (full radius) (328) • GEPI-MT (329) • GEPI-WT (329)

GEHIR/L-SC

Bars with Coolant Holes

GEHIR/L 10SC-13-2

GEHIR 12SC-14-2

GEHIR/L 16SC-16-2

GEHIR 12SC-14-3

GEHIR 16SC-13-3

GEHIR/L 16SC-14-3

GEHIR/L 16SC-16-3

(4) Plastic seal with M6 thread

324

3.5 mm SR 16-236

6.0 mm SR 16-236

M6 (4) SR M5-04451

PL 16 Undercutting and Turning Boring

GEHIUR/L 12U

GEHIUR/L 16U

• For profiling use GEPI (full radius) inserts only, for undercutting use GEPI - UN/UR/UL

(3) Coolant inlet diameter

GEHIUR/L

For inserts, see pages: GEPI (full radius) (328) • GEPI-UN/UR/UL (328)

GHAIR/L-GE

for Internal Grooving and

Turning Adapters

DMIN DMIN

Right-hand shown • LF(assembly)=OAL(holder)-f1+WF(adapter).

For WF(adapter) dimension, see GEAIR/L adapters.

LF (assembly)

GHAIR/L 16-20

GHAIR/L 20-20

GHAIR/L 25-20

GHAIR/L 32-20

GHAIR/L 20-25

GHAIR/L 25-25

GHAIR/L 32-25

Adapter

GEAIR/L 20 

GEAIR/L 25 

SR 76-2057

• For DMIN & CDX refer to GEAIR/L adapters

For tools, see pages: GEAIR/L (325)

GHAIR/L-SC-GE

Solid Carbide Bars with Coolant

Holes for Internal Grooving

GHAIR/L 25SC-25

GEAIR/L 25- .

SR 16-236 P(a)

T-15/5(b)

• For DMIN & CDX refer to GEAIR/L adapters.

GEAIR/L

Internal Grooving and

GEPI/GEMI 

GEAIR/L 20- .

GEAIR/L 20-2

GEAIR/L 20-3

GEAIR/L 20-4

GEAIR/L 25-2

GEAIR/L 25-3

GEAIR/L 25-4

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

For holders, see pages: • GHAIR/L-GE (325) • GHAIR/L-SC-GE (325)

325 GROOVE-TURN

Interchangeable Heads for

Internal Grooving and Turning

E-GEHIR / E-GHIR

E12 GEHIR 16-1

E12 GEHIR 16-2

E12 GEHIR 16-3

E16 GHIR 25-3

174.00

209.00

28.7

GEPI, GEMI

GIPI,GIMIY,GIFI,TIPI

SR M5-04451-L10.5

• Left-hand heads on request • The shank assembly is the same for right- and left-hand heads • For user guide, see pages 380-395

For inserts, see pages: GEMI (326) • GEMI (full radius) (326) • GEPI (327) • GEPI (full radius) (328) • GEPI (W<M) (327) • GEPI-MT (329) • GEPI-WT (329) • GIMIY (332)

• GINI-E (334) • GIPI (335) • GIPI-E (333)

for Internal and External

10 Ref.

2.9 Ref.

GEMI 2002N

GEMI 3002M

GEMI 3002N

0.25-1.00

0.10-0.14

• GEMI N inserts for ductile materials and low feed • DMIN for internal application=11.5 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: E-GEHIR / E-GHIR (326) • GEAIR/L (325) • GEHIR/L (324) • GEHIR/L-SC (324) • GEHSR (356) • GEHSR/L-SL (356)

GEMI (full radius)

Inserts for Internal and External

• DMIN for internal application=11.5 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

326

GEMI 2010Y

GEMI 3015Y

Recommended Machining Data Precision Ground Double-Ended

Inserts for Internal Grooving

GEPI 1.00-0.10

GEPI 1.00-0.50

GEPI 1.04-0.00

GEPI 1.20-0.00

GEPI 1.25-0.10

GEPI 1.40-0.00

GEPI 1.47-0.00

GEPI 1.50-0.10

GEPI 1.57-0.15

GEPI 1.70-0.05

GEPI 1.78-0.15

0.01-0.03

GEPI (W<M)

• Toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance • DMIN for internal application=11.5mm • For cutting speed recommendations and

user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: E-GEHIR / E-GHIR (326) • GEHIMR/L (323) • GEHIMR/L-SC (323)

GEPI

Precision Ground DoubleEnded Inserts for Internal

and External Grooving

GEPI 1.85-0.10 (1)

GEPI 1.96-0.10

GEPI 1.96-0.15

GEPI 2.00-0.10

GEPI 2.22-0.10

GEPI 2.22-0.15

GEPI 2.39-0.10

GEPI 2.39-0.15

GEPI 2.47-0.20

GEPI 2.50-0.10

GEPI 2.50-0.20

GEPI 2.70-0.20

GEPI 3.00-0.20

GEPI 3.18-0.20

0.15-1.00

0.25-1.10

0.05-0.07

0.06-0.08

0.07-0.09

0.08-0.11

0.15-1.10

0.25-1.20

0.25-1.40

0.09-0.12

0.11-0.14

• DMIN for internal application=11.5mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

(1) Tool pocket should be modified

For tools, see pages: E-GEHIR / E-GHIR (326) • GEAIR/L (325) • GEHIMR/L (323) • GEHIMR/L-SC (323) • GEHIR/L (324) • GEHIR/L-SC (324) • GEHSR (356) •

GEHSR/L-SL (356)

327 2.9 Ref.

GEPI 2.00-1.00

GEPI 3.00-1.50

GEPI 3.18-1.59

Radius Inserts for Internal and

External Profiling and Grooving

GEPI (full radius)

0.00-1.59

0.13-0.20

0.06-0.11

For tools, see pages: E-GEHIR / E-GHIR (326) • GEAIR/L (325) • GEHIR/L (324) • GEHIR/L-SC (324) • GEHIUR/L (325) • GEHSR (356) • GEHSR/L-SL (356)

GEPI-RX/LX

GEPI 0.80-0.00RX

GEPI 1.00-0.10 R/LX

GEPI 1.57-0.15RX

Inserts, for Internal Grooving

Next to Shoulder

0.01-0.02

For tools, see pages: GEHIMR/L (323) • GEHIMR/L-SC (323)

GEPI-UN/UR/UL

for Internal Undercutting

UN

UR

UL

For tools, see pages: GEHIUR/L (325)

328

GEPI 3.00-1.50UN

GEPI 2.00-1.00UR/L

Tough 1 10 Ref.

GEPI-MT

Precision Ground Internal

Double-Ended Threading

Inserts with a 60° Partial Profile

PNA

GEPI 2.5-MT0.05

0.900

• Toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance • Pitch max 0.187xD, TPI min D/5.35 • D=Diameter of thread (pitch max<=CW)

GEPI-WT

for 11.5 mm Bore Diameter

GEPI 2.5-WT0.05

0.470

• Toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance • Pitch max 0.167xD, TPI min D/6.0

GHIR/L (W=1.9-6.4)

Turning Bars

GHIR/L 20-3

GHIR/L 20-20-3

GHIR/L 20-4

GHIR/L 20-20-4

GHIR/L 25-25-4

GHIR/L 32-4

GHIR/L 25-5

GHIR/L 25-25-6

GHIR/L 32-6

GHIR/L 40-6

SR 76-1022

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

For inserts, see pages: GIFI (336) • GIFI-E (333) • GIFI-E (full radius) (333) • GIMIY (332) • GINI-E (334) • GIPI (335) • GIPI (full radius W<M) (335) • GIPI (full radius) (336) •

GIPI (W<M) (334) • GIPI-E (333) • GIPI-RX/LX (336) • TIPI-MT (337) • TIPI-WT (337)

329 GROOVE-TURN

GHIR/L-C (W=4-6.4)

Grooving and Turning Bars

with Internal Coolant Holes

DMIN WF WB

GHIR/L 25C-510

GHIR/L 32C-610

GHIR/L 40C-612

26.20

32.20

R1/8

For inserts, see pages: GIFI (336) • GIFI-E (333) • GIFI-E (full radius) (333) • GIMIY (332) • GINI-E (334) • GIPI (335) • GIPI (full radius) (336) • GIPI-E (333) • TIPI-MT (337)

GHIR/L-SC (W=2-4.8)

Solid Carbide Bars with

Internal Coolant Holes

GHIR/L 20SC-3

GHIR/L 20SC-4

• Tool head is made of steel. • When using TIPI inserts, toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance.

For inserts, see pages: GIFI (336) • GIFI-E (333) • GIFI-E (full radius) (333) • GIMIY (332) • GINI-E (334) • GIPI (335) • GIPI (full radius W<M) (335) • GIPI (full radius) (336)

• GIPI-E (333) • GIPI-RX/LX (336) • TIPI-MT (337) • TIPI-WT (337)

GHIUR/L

Undercutting and

Turning Boring Bars

GHIUR/L 20U

GHIUR/L 20-20-5

GHIUR/L 25U

GHIUR/L 25-25-6

For inserts, see pages: GIPI-UR/UL (337)

330

T-20/5 Bars with Coolant Holes

DMIN WF

GHAIR/L 25-32

GHAIR/L 32-32

GHAIR/L 32-40

• For WF(adapter) dimension, see GAIR/L adapters.

GAIR/L 32 

GAIR/L 40 

GHAIR/L-GI

• For DMIN & CDX refer to GAIR/L adapters

For tools, see pages: GAIR/L (331)

GAIR/L

GIPI/GIFI 

GAIR/L 32-2

GAIR/L 32-3

GAIR/L 32-4

GAIR/L 32-5

GAIR/L 40-2

GAIR/L 40-3

GAIR/L 40-4

GAIR/L 40-5

3.80

For inserts, see pages: GIMIY (332) • GIPI-E (333) • GIFI-E (333) • GIFI-E (full radius) (333) • GINI-E (334) • GIPI (W<M) (334) • GIPI (335) • GIPI (full radius W<M) (335)

• GIPI (full radius) (336) • GIFI (336) • GIPI-RX/LX (336) • TIPI-MT (337) • TIPI-WT (337)

For holders, see pages: GHAIR/L-GI (331)

GHIC-50

Boring Bars for Internal Grooving

and Turning Blades DMIN=50 mm

GHIC 32-50

GHIC 40-50

220.00

• For both right and left hand applications 380-395

For tools, see pages: CGIN 26 (332)

331 GROOVE-TURN

CGIN 26

Blades for GHIC .-50 Bars

CGIN 26K-3

CGIN 26K-4

CGIN 26K-5

CGIN 26A-3

CGIN 26A-4

CGIN 26A-5

WFN-WFX

WFN(3)

WFX(4)

OHX(6)

32.5

• WFN-WFX and OHN-OHX are the blade's extension range • Grooving depth (CDX) varies in conformance with blade's overhang (OHN-OHX) and depends on the bore

diameter(D).For grooving capacity, see chart below • When using TIPI inserts toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance

(3) Adjustable extension

(4) Adjustable extension

(5) Minimum overhang for adjustable extension

(6) Maximum overhang for adjustable extension

For holders, see pages: GHIC-50 (331)

Internal Grooving Capacity for CGIN Blades

OH=19.5

OH=19

OH=18

Grooving Depth CDX (mm)

OH=17

OH=16

OH=15

OH=14

OH=13

OH=12

OH=11

OH=10

Bore Diameter D (mm)

Example:

For grooving depth CDX=12.7 mm

and grooving width=4 mm

in bore øD=60, use blade

CGIN 26A-4 and adjust

overhang to OH=16 mm.

ef.

GIMIY

15.7 R

GIMIY 304

GIMIY 404

0.13-0.19

• DMIN for internal applications=20 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: CGIN 26 (332) • E-GEHIR / E-GHIR (326) • GAIR/L (331) • GHIR/L (W=1.9-6.4) (329) • GHIR/L-C (W=4-6.4) (330) • GHIR/L-SC (W=2-4.8) (330)

332

ISCAR 5

GIPI 3.00E-0.40

GIPI 4.00E-0.40

GIPI 5.00E-0.50

GIPI 6.35E-0.55

Ref.

0.70-3.10

0.15-0.21

0.19-0.33

0.23-0.30

for Internal Grooving and Turning

GIPI-E

• DMIN for internal applications = 20 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

GIFI-E

5.7 R

GIFI 4.00E-0.40

GIFI 5.00E-0.50

GIFI 6.00E-0.80

0.60-2.50

0.16-0.24

0.19-0.34

For tools, see pages: CGIN 26 (332) • GAIR/L (331) • GHIR/L (W=1.9-6.4) (329) • GHIR/L-C (W=4-6.4) (330) • GHIR/L-SC (W=2-4.8) (330)

GIFI-E (full radius)

Radius Inserts for Internal

GIFI 4.00E-2.00

GIFI 5.00E-2.50

333 ±0.025

Precision Double Ended Inserts,

Turning of Ductile Materials

GINI 3.00E-0.40

GINI 4.00E-0.40

GINI 5.00E-0.50

GINI-E

0.50-1.60

GIPI 1.57-0.15

GIPI 1.70-0.00

GIPI 1.78-0.10

GIPI 1.96-0.10

GIPI 1.96-0.15

• The tool pocket should be modified • DMIN for internal application=20 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: GAIR/L (331) • GHIR/L (W=1.9-6.4) (329)

334

and Recessing

GIPI (W<M) 5

3.96

GIPI 2.22-0.10

GIPI 2.22-0.15

GIPI 2.30-0.20

GIPI 2.39-0.15

GIPI 2.50-0.20

GIPI 2.70-0.10

GIPI 2.70-0.15

GIPI 3.00-0.40

GIPI 3.18-0.20

GIPI 3.30-0.10

GIPI 3.96-0.20

GIPI 4.23-0.10

GIPI 4.78-0.55

GIPI

• DMIN for internal application = 20 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

GIPI (full radius W<M)

Grooving and Recessing

GIPI 2.39-1.20

• The tool pocket should be modified • DMIN for internal applications= 20 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: GAIR/L (331) • GHIR/L (W=1.9-6.4) (329) • GHIR/L-SC (W=2-4.8) (330)

335 ±0.025

15.7 Ref.

1.98

GIPI 3.18-1.59

GIPI 3.96-1.98

GIPI 4.78-2.39

GIPI 6.35-3.18

GIPI (full radius)

0.06-0.13

• Dmin for internal application= 20 mm • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

GIFI

GIFI 4.78-0.55

GIFI 5.28-0.20

2.4 Ref.

RX shown

0.78

1.30

GIPI 0.78-0.1LX

GIPI 1.00-0.00R/LX

GIPI 1.19-0.1LX

GIPI 1.57-0.15LX

GIPI 1.57-0.79LX

GIPI 2.00-0.10R/LX

GIPI 2.39-0.2LX

GIPI 2.39-1.19LX

• Tool's pocket should be modified • For grooving and recessing only • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

336

GIPI-RX/LX

0.05-0.10 8°

GIPI 3.00-1.5UR/L

GIPI 4.00-2.0UR/L

UR UL

GIPI-UR/UL

• Tool's pocket should be modified • For cutting speed recommendations and user guide, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: GHIUR/L (330)

TIPI-MT

Internal Threading Inserts with

60° Partial Profile and Chipformer

for 20mm Min. Bore Dia.

15.7 Ref

CW 60°

TIPI 3.4MT-0.10

TIPI 5.4MT-0.20

1.800

3.190

• Toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance. • Pitch max 0.205xD, TPI min D/4.8 • D=Diameter of thread (pitch max<=CW)

• TIPI inserts are 1.6 mm longer than GIPI in the same pocket

TIPI-WT

Double-Ended Internal Threading

Inserts with a 55° Partial

Profile and a Chipformer for

20 mm Min. Bore Diameter

f.

.7 Re

CW 55°

0.950

1.670

TIPI 3.4WT-0.10

TIPI 5.4WT-0.20

• Toolholder seat needs to be modified according to insert profile to ensure clearance • Pitch max 0.187xD, TPI min D/5.25 D=Diameter of thread (pitch max<=CW)

• For detailed cutting data, see pages 380-395

337 GROOVE-TURN

TGIR/L-C

TOP-GRIP Utility Inserts

TGIR/L 16C-3

TGIR/L 20C-3

TGIR/L 25C-3

TGIR/L 25C-4

TGIR/L 32C-4

TGIR/L 32C-6

TGIR/L 40C-6

57.00 (4)

35.20

M6

(4) For Dmin 47 mm, modify insert according to sketch

SR 76-1400

TGHN 26-M

Blades for GHIC .-70 Bars

TGHN 26-3M

TGHN 26-4M

TGHN 26-5M

41.5

46.5

13.5

• Grooving depth (CDX) varies in conformance with blade's overhang (WFN-WFX and OHN-OHX) and depends on the bore diameter (D) • TGHN 26 .-M can be modified from

external double-sided TGHN blades • For user guide, see pages 380-395

For holders, see pages: GHIC-70 (339)

Internal Grooving Capacity for TGHN Blades

OH=20

OHN-OHX(1)

Overhang OH, (mm)

For grooving depth CDX=15.5 mm

and grooving width=5 mm

in bore øD=100, use blade

TGHN 26-5M and adjust overhang to OH=18 mm.

TGHN 26- .M CDX

with Coolant Holes for

HELI-GRIP Utility Inserts

HELIIR/L 20C-305

HELIIR/L 25C-305

HELIIR/L 25C-410

HELIIR/L 25C-510

HELIIR/L 25C-610

HELIIR/L 32C-410

HELIIR/L 32C-510

HELIIR/L 32C-610

HELIIR/L 40C-412

HELIIR/L 40C-512

HELIIR/L 40C-612

Insert(4)

15.20

GRIP 3

GRIP 4

GRIP 5

GRIP 6

(4) DO-GRIP DGN inserts may be used only for grooving: DGN 4  (DMIN=51 mm), DGN 5  (DMIN=57 mm) and DGN 6  (DMIN=62 mm)

For inserts, see pages: GRIP (254) • GRIP (full radius) (255)

GHIR/L (W=7.0-8.3)

GHIR/L 40-815

GHIR/L 40-820

64.00

SR M8X20DIN912

GHIC-70

Boring Bars for Internal

Blades, DMIN=70 mm

GHIC 40-70

GHIC 50-70

For tools, see pages: CGHN 26-M (340) • TGHN 26-M (338)

339 GROOVE-TURN

GHIC-85

Blades, DMIN=85 mm

GHIC 40-85

GHIC 50-85

For tools, see pages: CGHN 32-DGM (342) • CGHN 32-M (341)

CGHN 26-M

CGHN 26-3M

CGHN 26-4M

CGHN 26-5M

WFX(5)

• Grooving depth (CDX) varies in conformance with blade's overhang (WFN-WFX and OHN-OHX) and depends on the bore diameter (D) • CGHN 26 .-M can be modified

from external double-sided CGHN blades • When TIP inserts are used the seat needs to be modified to ensure clearance • For user guide, see pages 380-395

(4) Minimum overhang for adjustable extension

(5) Adjustable extension

For inserts, see pages: GIMF (271) • GIMY (272) • GIMN (272) • GIMY (full radius) (273) • GIMY-F (274) • GIF-E (W=4-6) (275) • GIF-E (W=4-6 full radius) (277) • GIP-E

(276) • GIP-E (full radius) (278) • GIP (280) • GIP (full radius) (280) • GIF (281) • GIF (full radius) (282) • GIA-K (W=3-6) (282) • GITM (283) • GITM (full radius) (283) • GIPY

(284) • GIPA (full radius W=3-6) (285) • GIPA (W=3-6) (284) • 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) • GIMT (271) • GIPM-A46 / GIP-1250 (358) • TIP-MT (290) • TIP-WT (290)

Internal Grooving Capacity

for CGHN 26 Blades

340

CGHN 26-5M and adjust overhang to OH=18 mm.

CGHN 26- .M CDX

CGHN 32-M

Blades for GHIC .-85 Bars

17.5

CGHN 32-3M

CGHN 32-4M

CGHN 32-5M

CGHN 32-6M

CGHN 32- .M blade can be modified from external blades CGHN 32- .D

82.00

diameter(D). For grooving capacity, see graph • When using TIP inserts, the toolholder seat needs to be modified • For user guide, see pages 380-395

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-WT (290)

For holders, see pages: GHIC-85 (340)

Internal Machining Grooving Capacity

for CGHN 32 Blades

For grooving depth CDX=16 and grooving width= 4

in bore øD=180, use blade CGHN-32-4M

and adjust overhang to OH=21 mm.

OH=30

OH=26

OH=24

OH=21

Overhang OH (mm)

T max

CGHN 32- .M/DGM

ØD

341 GROOVE-TURN

CGHN 32-DGM

Turning Blades for GHIC .85 Bars (self-clamping)

CGHN 32-3DGM

CGHN 32-4DGM

CGHN 32-5DGM

CGHN 32-6DGM

• Grooving depth (CDX) varies in conformance with blade's overhang (WFN-WFX and OHN-OHX) and it depends on the bore diameter (D) • CGHN 32 .DGM can be modified

from external double-sided CGHN -DG blades • When TIP inserts are used,the seat needs to be modified to ensure clearance • For user guide, see pages 380-395

342

in bore øD=180, use blade CGHN-32-4DGM

CGHN 32- .M/DGM HF

External Toolholders for Specially

Tailored Wide Profile Inserts

SXCNN 1212 K10-06

SXCNN 1616 K10-06

SXCNN 2020 P10-06

SXCNN 2525 P10-06

SXCNN 1212 K13-05

SXCNN 1414 K13-05

SXCNN 1616 K13-05

SXCNN 2020 P13-05

SXCNN 2525 P13-05

SXCNN 1212 K14-03

SXCNN 1616 K14-03

SXCNN 2020 P14-03

SXCNN 2525 P14-03

SXCNN 1616 K20-05

SXCNN 2020 P20-05

SXCNN 2525 P20-05

SXCNN 3232 P20-05

SXCNN 2525 P24-05

SXCNN 3232 P36-10

36.50

XNUW 10

XNUW 13

XNUW 14

XNUW 20

XNUW 24

XNUW 36

SR 76-2067

SR 76-2068

SR 14-591

SXCNN

For inserts, see pages: XNUW (344)

SXCIR

Internal Toolholders for Specially

Tailored Profile Inserts

Relief

SXCIR 16-10 (1)

SXCIR 20-10 (1)

SXCIR 16-13

SXCIR 20-13

SXCIR 25-13

SXCIR 32-13

SXCIR 25-14 (1)

SXCIR 20-20

SXCIR 32-20

SXCIR 25-24

SXCIR 32-24

Right-hand shown • Left hand bars, on request.

AN(3)

Relief(4)

30.50

On request.

(3) Blank insert reference dimensions

(4) Blank insert reference dimensions

343 XNUW

XNUW 1003-06

XNUW 1305-05

XNUW 14T3-03

XNUW 2006-05

XNUW 2406-05

XNUW 3606-10

5.35

4.53

20.60

20.30

34.60

Blank Inserts for Wide

Profile Grooving

For tools, see pages: SXCIR (343) • SXCNN (343)

FTHN

Square Shank Toolholders for

FTB Profile Turning Inserts

CW L5

FTHN 2525M-3010

FTHN 2525M-3510

FTHN 3232P-3510

FTHN 3232P-4510

FTHN 3232P-5107

35.40

45.40

51.40

21.90

For inserts, see pages: FTB (344)

FTB

FTB 3010

FTB 3510

FTB 4010

FTB 4510

FTB 5107

For tools, see pages: FTHN (344)

344

40.40

• TOOLS FOR MINIATURE PARTS

MINIATURE

345 TOOLS FOR MINIATURE PARTS

346

SWISS-CUT  .

CUT-GRIP  .

347

356

PICCO-CUT  .

MINCHAM  

MINCUT .

CHAMGROOVE  

ISCAR H

Tools with Back and Front

Clamping for Swiss-Type

and Automatic Machines

SCHR/L 0810-22BF

SCHR/L 10-22BF

SCHR/L 12-22BF

SCHR/L 16-22BF

SR M4X0.7-19425

See insert dimensions

For inserts, see pages: SCIR-22-MTR-ISO (352) • SCIR/L-22-AD (351) • SCIR/L-22-AR/AL (351) • SCIR/L-22-BR/BL/BRA/BLA (349) • SCIR/L-22-ER/EL/ERA/ELA (350) •

SCIR/L-22-MTR/MTL (352) • SCIR/L-22-N/R/L (348) • SCIR/L-22-NP (351) • SCIR/L-22-NX (352)

SCHR/L-22BF-JHP

Grooving and Turning Tools

with High Pressure Coolant

Channels for Swiss-Type

UNF 5/16-24 typx3

SCHR/L 10-22BF-JHP

SCHR/L 12-22BF-JHP

SCHR/L 16-22BF-JHP

TOOLS FOR MINIATURE PARTS

SCHR 0810-22BF

SCHR/L-22BF

20.7

• Note: Coolant ports of the left-hand tools are in the same position as those of the right-hand tools

(3) See insert dimensions

3-5

2-4

4-6

347 7.0

Grooving and Parting Inserts

SCIL 22- .N .

SCIL 22- .L .

PSIRL

PSIRR

SCIL 22 .R16

(right lead)

SCIL 22 .L16

(left lead)

Chip Deflector

7° Positive

rake angle

0°, 12°, 16° Frontal edge

inclination options

SCIR 22 .L16

SCIR 22 .R16

SCIL 22-050N-00

SCIR 22-050N-00

SCIL 22-100N-00

SCIR 22-100N-00

SCIL 22-150N-00

SCIR 22-150N-00

SCIL 22-200N-10

SCIR 22-200N-10

SCIL 22-050L12-00

SCIL 22-050R12-00

SCIR 22-050L12-00

SCIR 22-050R12-00

SCIL 22-100L16-00

SCIL 22-100R16-00

SCIR 22-100L16-00

SCIR 22-100R16-00

SCIL 22-150L16-00

SCIL 22-150R16-00

SCIR 22-150L16-00

SCIR 22-150R16-00

SCIL 22-200L16-00

SCIL 22-200R16-00

SCIR 22-200L16-00

SCIR 22-200R16-00

IC1007

For tools, see pages: SCHR/L-22BF (347) • SCHR/L-22BF-JHP (347)

348

SCIR/L-22-N/R/L

0.03-0.07 KRINS

Back Turning Inserts

KRINS(1)

SCIL 22-BLA00-05K8

SCIL 22-BLA08-05K8

SCIL 22-BL00-05K7

SCIL 22-BL10-05K7

SCIR 22-BRA00-05K8

SCIR 22-BRA08-05K8

SCIR 22-BR00-05K7

SCIR 22-BR10-05K15

SCIR 22-BR10-05K7

SCIL 22-BL08-10K7

SCIR 22-BR08-10K15

SCIR 22-BR08-10K7

0.12-3.00

SCIR/L-22-BR/BL/BRA/BLA

(1) Edge angle related to the wiper

349 SCIR/L-22-ER/EL/ERA/ELA

Back Turning Inserts for

KRINS

SCIL 22-EL00-03K0

SCIR 22-ER00-03K0

SCIL 22-EL00-07K0

SCIR 22-EL00-07K0

SCIR 22-ER00-07K0

SCIL 22-EL00-07K10

SCIR 22-ER00-07K10

SCIL 22-ELA00-08K0

SCIR 22-ERA00-08K0

Rake Angle (GAN°) Selection Guide

Ledloy

St. Steel

Aluminum

For brittle workpieces and small diameters always prefer GAN=0°

Rake Angle

(GAN°)

Frontal Width Selection Guide

• Small diameters and brittle workpiece: small CW (less radial force)

• Large diameters: larger CW (stronger cutting edge)

Frontal Width

(CW)

Turning Insert Selection Process

Select

Front

turning

SCIL 22-EL .

SCIL 22-ER .

SCIR 22-ER .

SCIR 22-EL .

Back

AD

Short chipping material

(Brass, Ledloy)

Type

All other materials

AR

ER/ERA

Small

Diameter

Large

Surface finish

Dominant

Effect

Chip

control

BR/BRA Turning Inserts with a

Frontal Relief Angle

2xGAN

SCIR/L 22-AD08-24K8

0.12-3.80

0.01-0.06

SCIR/L-22-AR/AL

Turning Inserts with a

SCIR/L-22-AD

SCIL 22-AL00-25K16

SCIR 22-AR00-25K16

SCIL 22-AL10-25K8

SCIR 22-AR10-25K8

0.05-3.80

Grooving, Turning and

Parting Inserts

SCIR/L 22-080NP00

SCIR/L 22-100NP08

SCIR/L 22-150NP05

SCIR/L 22-200NP05

SCIR/L 22-250NP05

SCIR/L-22-NP

0.05-0.80

0.05-1.80

0.02-0.11

0.03-0.19

351 SCIR/L-22-NX

SCIR/L 22-150NX080

SCIR/L 22-200NX080

SCIR/L 22-250NX080

Tc(4)

(4) Maximum 32 mm diameter for face turning

SCIR/L-22-MTR/MTL

Threading Inserts with

a 60° Partial Profile

SCIL 22-MTL003

SCIR 22-MTR003

SCIL 22-MTR/L007

SCIR 22-MTR/L007

SCIL 22-MTL010

SCIR 22-MTR010

1.100

1.700

83.00

(1) Thread pitch minimum (mm)

(2) Thread pitch maximum (mm)

SCIR-22-MTR-ISO

Full Profile Threading Inserts

PDY

SCIR 22-MTR-0.3ISO

SCIR 22-MTR-0.4ISO

SCIR 22-MTR-0.5ISO

SCIR 22-MTR-0.75ISO

SCIR 22-MTR-1.0ISO

SCIR 22-MTR-1.5ISO

0.400

352

ISCAR Grooving and Turning

SCHR/L 12-41BF

SCHR/L 16-41BF

SR M4.5X0.75-L7.9

SR M2X0.4-L3.5

See insert data

For inserts, see pages: SCIR/L-41-AD (354) • SCIR/L-41-AR/AL (354) • SCIR/L-41-BRA/BLA (353) • SCIR/L-41-ERA/ELA (354) • SCIR/L-41-MTR/MTL (355)

• SCIR/L-41-NP (355) • SCIR/L-41-R/L (353)

SCIR/L-41-R/L

41

SCIR 41- .R15K 

Sharp corner x 2

SCIL 41- .L15K 

HF(1)

SCIL 41-100L15K00

SCIR 41-100R15K00

SCIL 41-150L15K00

SCIR 41-150R15K00

SCIL 41-150L15K7

SCIR 41-150R15K7

SCIL 41-200L15K00

SCIR 41-200R15K00

SCIL 41-200L15K7

SCIR 41-200R15K7

SCIL 41-250L15K00

SCIR 41-250R15K00

SCIL 41-250L15K7

SCIR 41-250R15K7

SCIL 41-300L15K00

SCIR 41-300R15K00

SCHR/L-41BF

(1) Cutting edge below center

For tools, see pages: SCHR/L-41BF (353)

SCIR/L-41-BRA/BLA

SCIL 41-BLA08-05K8

SCIR 41-BRA08-05K8

SCIL 41-BLA08-10K8

SCIR 41-BRA08-10K8

0.10-4.20

353 SCIR/L-41-ERA/ELA

70°

3° CW

RE X 2

SCIL 41-ELA00-10K0

SCIR 41-ERA00-10K0

SCIL 41-ELA08-10K0

SCIR 41-ERA08-10K0

0.05-5.00

SCIR/L-41-AD

GAN x 2

Turning Inserts

RE x 2

SCIR/L 41-AD08-30K8

0.12-4.00

SCIR/L-41-AR/AL

Sharp corner

SCIL 41-AL00-33K16

SCIR 41-AR00-33K16

354

f turn 8.5

SCIR/L 41-150NP08

SCIR/L 41-200NP08

SCIR/L 41-250NP08

SCIR/L 41-300NP08

0.10-2.50

0.02-0.17

0.02-0.20

0.02-0.12

• When turning to the opposite side of chipformer, maximum D.O.C. is 0.5 mm

SCIR/L-41-NP

9° HF

SCIR/L-41-MTR/MTL

MTR

MTL

SCIL 41-MTL006

SCIR 41-MTR006

SCIL 41-MTL020

SCIR 41-MTR020

HF(5)

(5) Cutting edge below center

355 TOOLS FOR MINIATURE PARTS

GEHSR/L-SL

OAH H F1

External Machining Tools

with Side Clamping

Mechanism for Swiss-Type

GEHSR/L 10-2-SL

GEHSR/L 12-2-SL

GEHSR/L 16-2-SL

Clamping Pin

PIN-22435

SR M5-24145

(Key: HW 2.5/5)

Sealing Screw

SR M5x3.5PL

PIN-22435*

GEHSR

for Swiss-Type and

GEHSR 20-2

GEHSR 25-2

T-15/3

T-15/3 PHSR/L

H h3

WF CWX-CWX

PHSR/L 10-2.4

PHSR/L 12-2.4

PHSR/L 16-2.4

CWX(2) CUTDIA(3)

h3

24.1

• CDX=Max depth capacity, see chart below • For user guide, see pages 380-395

(3) Limited by part diameter

Grooving Depth

Grooving Depth CDX per

Diameter for Width > 2.1 mm

CW>2.1

Tmax

10.8

12.6

Tmax is also limited by insert

GHSR/L

GHSR/L 10-2

GHSR/L 12-2

GHSR/L 14-2

GHSR/L 16-2

13.10

(3) For CW>2.1 mm: grooving depth depends on part diameter

For inserts, see pages: GIG (279) • GIM-J (473) • GIM-J-RA/LA (474) • GIMY (272) • GIMY (full radius) (273) • GIMY-F (274) • GIP (280) • GIP (full radius W<M) (279) •

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)

W>2.1

Grooving Depth Tmax per

357 TOOLS FOR MINIATURE PARTS

GHSR/L-JHP-SL

Grooving and Turning Side Lock

Pressure Coolant on Swiss-Type

GHSR/L 10-2-JHP-SL

GHSR/L 12-2-JHP-SL

GHSR/L 16-2-JHP-SL

GHSR/L 12-3-JHP-SL

GHSR/L 16-3-JHP-SL

GHSR/L .-JHP-SL

PIN-28128

Plug

SR M5x3.5 Plastic

INJ

Precision Back Turning Inserts for

External Machining on Swiss-Type

GIP 3.00-1250R

1.15

46°

GIPM 2.35-A46R

GIPM 2.35-A46R/L

GIP 3.00-1250R/L

2.35

GIPM-A46 / GIP-1250

GHSL 12-3-JHP-SL

GHSR 12-3-JHP-SL

GHSL 16-3-JHP-SL

GHSR 16-3-JHP-SL

• For grooving, reduce cutting speed by 30% and feed by 50%

358

ISCAR Holders for PICCOCUT Inserts

PICCO ACE 12-4

PICCO ACE 12-5

PICCO ACE 16-4

PICCO ACE 16-5

PICCO ACE 16-6

PICCO ACE 16-7

PICCO ACE 20-4

PICCO ACE 20-5

PICCO ACE 20-6

PICCO ACE 20-7

PICCO ACE 22-4

PICCO ACE 22-5

PICCO ACE 22-6

PICCO ACE 22-7

PICCO ACE 25-4

PICCO ACE 25-5

PICCO ACE 25-6

PICCO ACE 25-7

19.90

53.50

10.3

PL 16 M6-D5

WRENCH ACE 4-5

WRENCH ACE 6-7

PICCO ACE

• Holders are suitable for right- and left-hand PICCO inserts

Pins

Body

Locking shim

Cap

Locking

shim

Wrench

Pin

PICCO ACE Inch

Holders for PICCOCUT Inserts

PICCO ACE 12.7-4

PICCO ACE 12.7-5

PICCO ACE 15.9-4

PICCO ACE 15.9-5

PICCO ACE 15.9-6

PICCO ACE 15.9-7

PICCO ACE 19-4

PICCO ACE 19-5

PICCO ACE 19-6

PICCO ACE 19-7

PICCO ACE 25.4-4

PICCO ACE 25.4-5

PICCO ACE 25.4-6

PICCO ACE 25.4-7

.500

.625

.750

.157

.197

.236

.276

.571

.783

3.346

5.906

.906

.846

2.087

4.646

.457

.551

.677

.905

359 TOOLS FOR MINIATURE PARTS

PICCO/MG PCO (holder)

Holders for PICCO Inserts and

Small Diameter Boring Bars

DCONMS DCONWS DCONWS_2

PICCO 12-4-5

PICCO 16-4-5

PICCO 20-4-5

PICCO 22-4-5 (1)

PICCO 16-6-7

PICCO 20-6-7

PICCO 22-6-7 (1)

MG PCO-12-6

MG PCO-16-6-8

MG PCO-20-6-8

MG PCO-22-6-8 (1)

MG PCO-25-6-8

MG PCO-16-9

DCONWS_2

50.80

SR M5X4-PF

SR M5X6-PF

MG PCO-SPCR8

(1) Tools for Swiss-type CNC

MG PCO .-6-8

PICCO .MF .8- .

PICCO .MFT .8- .

Back Stopper

Inch

.354

.315

• Holders are suitable for left- and right-hand inserts, and boring bars

360

.630

PICCO 12.7-4-5

PICCO 15.9-4-5

PICCO 19-4-5

PICCO 25.4-4-5 (1)

PICCO 15.9-6-7

PICCO 19-6-7

PICCO 25.4-6-7 (1)

MG PCO-12.7-6

MG PCO-15.9-6-8

MG PCO-19-6-8

MG PCO-25.4-6-8 (1)

2.950

3.540

3.543

2.953

.394

.590

.390

.591

2.170

2.760

2.756

2.090

.410

.550

.710

.921

.460

.709

.787

PL 16 GHPCOR

Perpendicular Square-Shank

Tools for Use on Cross Slide

Units of Swiss-Type and

Cutting Edge Height

DCONNWS-DCONXWS

OAW fmax

GHPCOR 08-16-4-5

GHPCOR 10-16-4-5

GHPCOR 12-16-4-6

GHPCOR 12-25-4-6

GHPCOR 16-16-4-6

GHPCOR 16-25-4-6

GHPCOR 16-30-7-8

D1 max

fmax

DCONNWS(2)

DCONXWS

102.00

116.00

88.00

• PICCOCUT insert should not exceed OAW • Left-hand holders are available upon request • Coolant tube adapter: KQ2L06-M5 (for 6 mm coolant tube)

(2) Minimum diameter

Indexing from the top

Indexing from the front

D1max

Clamp

HED 08

HED 10

HED 12

HED 16-4-6

HED 16-7-8

SR M4X14 DIN912

PICCO ACE-BH

Holders with Short Shanks for

ITS BORE System Carrying

PICCOCUT Inserts

PICCO ACE-BH 16-4

PICCO ACE-BH 16-5

PICCO ACE-BH 16-6

PICCO ACE-BH 16-7

KQ2L06-M5

42.50

43.50

The PICCO-ACE-BH Holders Can Carry a Wide Range of PICCOCUT Insert Geometries

PICCO 050

PICCO 520

PICCO 050C

PICCO 060

PICCO 051

PICCO MF

PICCO 050 IB50 (CBN)

PICCO 010

PICCO 020

361 PICCO R/L 050, 053, 055

Inserts for Internal Turning

and Chamfering

a

20° RE

PICCO R 050.06-2 (1)

PICCO R 050.06-3 (1)

PICCO R 050.08-4

PICCO R/L 050.1-5

PICCO R/L 050.1-7

PICCO R 050.15-5

PICCO R 050.15-10

PICCO R/L 050.2-5

PICCO R 055.2-5

PICCO R/L 050.2-10

PICCO R 055.2-10

PICCO R/L 050.2-15

PICCO R 055.2-15

PICCO R 050.25-5

PICCO R 050.25-10

PICCO R 050.25-16

PICCO R 053.3-10

PICCO R 055.3-10

PICCO R/L 050.3-10

PICCO R 053.3-16

PICCO R 055.3-16

PICCO R/L 050.3-16

PICCO R 053.3-20

PICCO R/L 050.3-20

PICCO R 050.35-10

PICCO R 050.35-16

PICCO R 050.35-20

PICCO R 050.35-24

PICCO R 053.4-10

PICCO R 055.4-10

PICCO R/L 050.4-10

PICCO R 053.4-16

PICCO R 055.4-16

PICCO R/L 050.4-16

PICCO R 053.4-20

PICCO R 055.4-20

PICCO R/L 050.4-20

PICCO R/L 050.4-24

PICCO R/L 050.4-28

PICCO R 055.4-28

PICCO R 055.5-10

PICCO R/L 050.5-10

PICCO R 055.5-15

PICCO R/L 050.5-15

PICCO R 055.5-20

PICCO R/L 050.5-20

PICCO R 055.5-25

PICCO R/L 050.5-25

PICCO R 055.5-30

PICCO R/L 050.5-30

PICCO R/L 050.5-35

PICCO R 055.6-15

PICCO R/L 050.6-15

PICCO R 055.6-22

PICCO R/L 050.6-22

PICCO R 055.6-25

PICCO R/L 050.6-25

PICCO R 055.6-30

PICCO R/L 050.6-30

1.10

0.90

• Specify right- or left-hand bars • For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 380-395

(1) Maximum D.O.C.=0.01-0.03 mm, maximum feed=0.01 mm/rev.

362

IC228

• PICCO R/L 050, 053, 055

(continued)

PICCO R/L 050.6-35

PICCO R/L 050.6-42

PICCO R/L 050.7-20

PICCO R/L 050.7-25

PICCO R/L 050.7-30

PICCO R/L 050.7-35

PICCO R/L 050.7-40

PICCO R/L 050.7-45

PICCO R/L 050.7-50

PICCO R/L 050-C

Inserts with Chipformers for

Internal Boring and Profiling

PICCO R/L 050.4-10C

PICCO R/L 050.4-20C

PICCO R/L 050.4-24C

PICCO R/L 050.4-28C

PICCO R 050.4-16C

PICCO R/L 050.5-10C

PICCO R/L 050.5-15C

PICCO R/L 050.5-20C

PICCO R/L 050.5-25C

PICCO R/L 050.5-30C

PICCO R/L 050.5-35C

PICCO R/L 050.6-15C

PICCO R/L 050.6-22C

PICCO R/L 050.6-25C

PICCO R/L 050.6-30C

PICCO R/L 050.6-35C

PICCO R/L 050.6-42C

PICCO R/L 050.7-20C

PICCO R/L 050.7-25C

PICCO R/L 050.7-30C

PICCO R/L 050.7-35C

PICCO R/L 050.7-40C

PICCO L 050.7-50C

• All left-hand inserts on request • For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 380-395

Stainless Steel 316L

PICCO R 050.6-35C with Chipbreaker

f= 0.03 mm/rev

f= 0.05 mm/rev

PICCO R 050.6-35 Standard

363 DCONMS

Profiling Inserts with Coolant

Channels Optimized for

Machining Medical Parts

IC909

PICCO R/LM

PICCO R/LM050.05-2

PICCO R/LM050.08-4

PICCO R/LM050.1-5

PICCO R/LM050.1-7

PICCO R/LM050.15-5

PICCO R/LM050.15-10

PICCO R/LM050.2-5

PICCO R/LM050.2-10

PICCO R/LM050.25-5

PICCO R/LM050.25-10

PICCO R/LM050.3-10

PICCO R/LM050.3-16

PICCO R/LM050.35-10

PICCO R/LM050.35-16

PICCO R/LM050.35-20

PICCO R/LM050.4-10

PICCO R/LM050.4-16

PICCO R/LM050.4-20

PICCO R/LM050.4-24

• An optimized insert geometry and carbide grade for machining medical parts made from titanium, medical standard stainless steel and other difficult to machine materials.

PICCO R 050.20

and Chamfering Next to the

Bottom of Blind Holes

PICCO R 050.20.2-10

PICCO R 050.20.3-10

PICCO R 050.20.4-16

PICCO R 050.20.5-20

PICCO 050 .

364

PICCO 050.20 .

20° PICCO R/LHD 050

and Chamfering of Hard

Steel - Up to 65 HRC

IC902

PICCO R/LHD 050.2-5

PICCO R/LHD 050.3-10

PICCO R/LHD 050.3-16

PICCO R/LHD 050.4-10

PICCO R/LHD 050.4-20

PICCO R/LHD 050.5-10

PICCO R/LHD 050.5-15

PICCO R/LHD 050.6-15

PICCO R/LHD 050.7-20

PICCO R/LHD 050.7-25

PICCO R/LHD 050.7-35

PICCO R 050 (CBN)

CBN Tipped Inserts for

Internal Turning, Profiling and

Chamfering of Hard Steel

WF 8°

Right-hand shown •

PICCO R 050.3-10B

PICCO R 050.4-10B

PICCO R 050.5-15B

PICCO R 050.6-15B

PICCO R 050.7-20B

• It is not recommended to use coolant when machining with CBN tipped tools • Available on request only • For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 380-395

365 PICCO R/LX050

Reinforced Boring Inserts

DMIN≥3

WF 6°

DMIN<3

PICCO R/LX050.2-5R15

PICCO R/LX050.2-10R05

PICCO R/LX050.2-10R15

PICCO R/LX050.3-16R10

PICCO R/LX050.3-16R20

PICCO R/LX050.4-10R10

PICCO R/LX050.4-10R20

PICCO R/LX050.4-16R10

PICCO R/LX050.4-16R20

PICCO R/LX050.5-15R10

PICCO R/LX050.5-15R20

PICCO R/LX050.5-25R10

PICCO R/LX050.5-25R20

PICCO R/LX050.6-15R10

PICCO R/LX050.6-15R20

PICCO R/LX050.6-22R20

PICCO R/LX050.6-35R20

• Left-hand inserts on request • For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 380-395

PICCO R/L 090

Inserts for Internal

Turning and Profiling

90° WF

PICCO R/L 090.3-10

PICCO R/L 090.3-16

PICCO R/L 090.4-10

PICCO R/L 090.4-16

PICCO R/L 090.5-10

PICCO R/L 090.5-15

PICCO R/L 090.5-20

366

• Inserts for Internal Back Turning

PICCO R/L 080.0003-15

PICCO R/L 080.0003-20

PICCO R/L 080.0004-15

PICCO R/L 080.0004-25

PICCO R/L 080.0005-20

PICCO R/L 080.0005-30

PICCO R/L 080.0006-20

PICCO R/L 080.0006-30

PICCO R/L 080.0007-20

PICCO R/L 080.0007-30

PICCO R/L 080

367 DCONMS

PICCO R 002.0050-5

PICCO R 002.0050-10

PICCO R/L 002.0050-15

PICCO R 003.0070-5

PICCO R 003.0070-10

PICCO R 003.0070-16

PICCO R/L 004.0100-10

PICCO R/L 004.0100-16

PICCO R/L 004.0100-20

PICCO R/L 005.0100-10

PICCO R/L 005.0100-15

PICCO R/L 005.0100-20

PICCO R/L 005.0100-25

PICCO R/L 005.0100-30

PICCO R/L 005.0150-10

PICCO R/L 005.0150-15

PICCO R 005M0150-15

PICCO R/L 005.0150-20

PICCO R/L 005.0150-25

PICCO R/L 005.0150-30

PICCO R/L 005.0200-10

PICCO R/L 005.0200-15

PICCO R/L 005.0200-20

PICCO R/L 005.0200-25

PICCO R/L 005.0200-30

PICCO R/L 006.0100-10

PICCO R/L 006.0100-15

PICCO R/L 006.0100-22

PICCO R/L 006.0100-25

PICCO R/L 006.0100-30

PICCO R/L 006.0150-10

PICCO R/L 006.0150-15

PICCO R/L 006.0150-22

PICCO R/L 006.0150-25

PICCO R/L 006.0150-30

PICCO R/L 006.0200-10

PICCO R/L 006.0200-15

PICCO R 006M0200-15

PICCO R/L 006.0200-22

PICCO R/L 006.0200-25

PICCO R/L 006.0200-30

PICCO R/L 007.0100-10

PICCO R/L 007.0100-15

PICCO R/L 007.0100-22

PICCO R/L 007.0100-25

PICCO R/L 007.0100-30

PICCO R/L 007.0150-10

PICCO R/L 007.0150-15

PICCO R/L 007.0150-22

PICCO R/L 007.0150-25

PICCO R/L 007.0150-30

PICCO R/L 007.0200-10

PICCO R/L 007.0200-15

PICCO R 007M0200-15

PICCO R/L 007.0200-22

PICCO R/L 007.0200-25

PICCO R/L 007.0200-30

• All carbide bars with sharp corners • Specify right- or left-hand bars • For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 380-395

368

PICCO R/L 002-007

• DCONMS

Internal Profiling

PICCO R/L 004.0.50-16

PICCO R/L 005.0.50-20

PICCO R/L 005.0.75-20

PICCO R/L 005.1.00-20

PICCO R/L 006.0.50-25

PICCO R/L 006.0.75-25

PICCO R/L 006.1.00-25

PICCO R/L 007.0.50-30

PICCO R/L 007.0.75-30

PICCO R/L 007.1.00-30

PICCO R/L 004-007 (radius)

X

PICCO R/L 060

and 45° Chamfering

CHW

PICCO R/L 060.5-15

PICCO R/L 060.5-20

PICCO R 060.6-20

PICCO R 060.6-25

PICCO R/L 060.7-20

PICCO R 060.7-40

PICCO R/L 520

Inserts for Internal Chamfering

PICCO R/L 520.0045-15

PICCO R/L 520.0060-15

• Left hand inserts on request • For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 380-395

369 Inserts for Internal Deep Profiling

47° RE

PICCO R/L 047.4-20

PICCO R/L 047.5-25

PICCO R/L 047.6-30

PICCO R 047.T6-22

PICCO R 047.T6-30

PICCO R/L 047

PICCO R/L 070

Back Chamfering Inserts for

Pre-Parting Operations

t

PICCO R/L 070.5-15

PICCO R/L 070.5-20

• All carbide bars with sharp corners • Specify right- or left-hand bars

Fig. A

KIT PICCO SET

Fig. B

Contains 2 Toolholders and a

Set of Solid Carbide Miniature

Turning and Grooving Boring Bars

KIT PICCO SET-1R

PICCO R 050.3-16

PICCO R 050.4-16

PICCO R 050.5-20

PICCO R 050.6-22

PICCO R 060.5-20

PICCO R 004.0100-16

PICCO R 005.0150-20

PICCO R 005.0200-20

PICCO R 006.0150-22

PICCO R 006.0200-22

370

KITS

Fig. C

Qty

Pcs.

1x

Description

Holder

carbide

Mini

bar

bar PICCO ISO Full Profile

Inserts for ISO Standard

Full Profile Thread

HC

CF

PICCO R/L 105.0510-15

PICCO R/L 106.0612-15

PICCO R/L 106.0815-15

PICCO R/L 107.0815-15

0.54

0.67

0.81

PICCO ISO Full Profile Fine

Inserts for ISO Fine Pitch

Inserts with a 60° Internal

Thread Profile for 2.4 mm

Min. Bore Diameter

a WF

PICCO R 003.0105-8

PICCO R 004.0105-10

PICCO R/L 004.0205-15

PICCO R/L 005.0205-15

PICCO R/L 005.0407-15

PICCO R 005.0407-20

PICCO R/L 005.0510-15

PICCO R 005.0510-20

PICCO R/L 006.0510-15

PICCO R 006.0510-22

PICCO R/L 006.0612-15

PICCO R 006.0612-22

PICCO R/L 006.0815-15

PICCO R 006.0815-22

PICCO R/L 007.0815-15

PICCO R/L-60°-Thread

PICCO R/L 104.0205-15

PICCO R/L 105.0205-15

PICCO R/L 105.0407-15

PICCO R/L 106.0510-15

371 PDX

PICCO-55°-Thread

Inserts for 55° Internal

Threading Profile

PICCO R 005.5548-15

PICCO R 006.5548-15

PICCO R 006.5524-15

PICCO R 007.5524-15

• All mini-bars have sharp corners • For detailed cutting data, see pages 380-395

(1) Threads per inch maximum

(2) Threads per inch minimum

Turning and Threading at 4 mm

BDRED Carbide

MGUHR 06-04L10 (1)

MGUHR 06-04L20

WF(3)

BDRED

2.17

62.00

3.45

DMIN for turning 4.0 mm & CDX 0.43 mm; DMIN for threading 5.0 mm & CDX 1.00 mm

(3) WF=2.17 for turning, WF=2.7 for threading

For inserts, see pages: UMGR (373) • UMGR-A55 (373) • UMGR-A60 (373)

For holders, see pages: PICCO/MG PCO (holder) (360)

Mounting Operation

Dismounting Operation

MG PCO .

MGUHR

OAL Miniature Indexable Inserts

for Internal Turning

UMGR 4.0-0.0

UMGR 4.0-0.1

1.63

For tools, see pages: MGUHR (372)

UMGR-A55

Mini Indexable Inserts with

Whitworth Partial Profile

for Threading in 5.2 mm

and Larger Holes

UMGR

UMGR 4.0-A55

TPX(4)

1.400

(4) Thread pitch maximum (mm)

UMGR-A60

Mini Indexable Inserts with a

60° Partial Profile for Threading

in 5.2 mm and Larger Holes

PNA 0.8

UMGR 4.0-A60

• For detailed cutting data, see pages 380-395.

373 TOOLS FOR MINIATURE PARTS

MIFHR . 10

MIFHR

Bars for Face and Internal

Grooving, Undercutting

and Threading Inserts

MIFHR 8SC-8-SRK (1)

MIFHR 10C-8

MIFHR 12C-10 (2)

MIFHR 12C-8

MIFHR 16C-10 (2)

MIFHR 16C-15

MIFHR 20C-15

RADW

MIFHR . 8

CND DCONMS

4.7

102.50

11.20

MI.R 8

MI.R 10

MI.R 15

SR 14-297

SR 34-506

SR 34-506/L

Solid carbide shank

Only face grooving inserts are available for this tool

For inserts, see pages: MEFL (545) • MIFR (545) • MIGR 8 (374) • MITR 8-MT (375) • MIUR 8 (374)

MIGR 8

Internal Shallow Grooving Inserts

RE CDX

MIGR 8-0.50-0.00

MIGR 8-1.00-0.05

MIGR 8-1.20-0.05

MIGR 8-1.20-0.60

MIGR 8-1.50-0.05

MIGR 8-1.60-0.80

MIGR 8-2.00-0.10

MIGR 8-2.00-1.00

8.90

• For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 380-395

For tools, see pages: MIFHR (374)

MIUR 8

45° Full Radius Internal

Undercutting Inserts

MIUR 8-1.00-0.50

MIUR 8-1.5-0.75

MIUR 8-2.00-1.00

1.36

0.01-0.03 MITR 8-MT

30° 30°

Internal ISO Metric Threading

Inserts for Partial Profile

PDPT

MITR 8-MT2-0.1

MITR 8-MT1-0.05

PDPT(1)

DMIN(2)

1.17

1.23

5.75

Minimum diameter

MG

Internal Grooving, Turning

and Threading Bars

MG 12-08C16

MG 12-08C23

MG 12-11C25

DCONMS DMIN(1) CDX(2) BDRED

OAL LDRED

92.00

92.50

DF

CWN(4) CWX(5)

16.3

GIQR/L 8 SR 76-1499

GIQR/L 11 SR M3.5-08134

• The same tool applies on right and left machining

(1) Check according to specific insert data

(2) Check according to specific insert data

(3) Cutting edge radius on rotating tool

For inserts, see pages: GIQR/L 8 (376) • GIQR/L 8-R (376) • GIQR/L 11 (377) • GIQR/L 11-R (377) • GIQR/L 11-15 (378) • GIQR/L 11-15-R (378) • GIQR/L-A18 (378) •

GIQR/L-B18 (379) • GIQR/L-MT (379) • GIQR/L-WT (379)

MGCH .C

and Threading, Dmin 8 mm

MGCH 06

MGCH 06C

MGCH 06-L100

MGCH 08

MGCH 08C

MGCH 08-L125

- (8)

CDX(2) DCONMS

- (9)

CWN(5)

CWX(6)

CSP(7)

105.0

- (10)

GIQR/L 8

GIQR/L 11/11-15

SR 76-1499

SR M3.5-08134

• The same tool applies on right and left machining .

(5) Minimum cutting width

(6) Maximum cutting width

(7) 0 - Without coolant supply, 1 - With coolant supply

(8) DMIN=11 mm for GIQR 11, DMIN=15 mm for GIQR 11-15

(9) CDX=2.30 for GIQR 11, CDX=6.3 for GIQR 11-15

WF=6.70 mm for GIQR 11, WF=10.6 mm for GIQR 11-15

For holders, see pages: PICCO/MG PCO (holder) (360) • SBB (106)

(10)

375 RE

Precision Ground Single-Ended

7.78

GIQR/L 8-0.50-0.00 (1)

GIQR/L 8-0.75-0.00 (1)

GIQR/L 8-0.85-0.00 (1)

GIQR/L 8-0.95-0.00 (1)

GIQR/L 8-1.00-0.00 (1)

GIQR/L 8-1.04-0.05 (1)

GIQR/L 8-1.20-0.05 (1)

GIQR/L 8-1.40-0.05 (1)

GIQR/L 8-1.47-0.05 (1)

GIQR/L 8-1.50-0.05 (1)

GIQR/L 8-1.70-0.10

GIQR/L 8-1.96-0.10

GIQR/L 8-2.00-0.10

GIQR/L 8-2.22-0.10

GIQR/L 8-2.50-0.20

GIQR/L 8-3.00-0.20

GIQR 8-3.18-0.20

GIQR 8-3.50-0.20

GIQR 8-4.00-0.20

0.85

• According to retaining rings standard DIN 471/472. • Can be used for groove milling by circular interpolation

(1) For grooving only

For tools, see pages: MG (375) • MGCH (375)

0.12-0.68

0.12-0.78

0.12-0.80

0.12-0.88

0.24-1.00

0.24-1.20

0.24-1.27

0.24-1.40

0.24-1.60

GIQR/L 8-R

Full Radius Inserts for Internal

GIQR/L 8-1.20-R060

GIQR/L 8-2.00-R100

GIQR 8-3.00-R150

• Comply to retaining rings DIN 471/472 • Can be used for groove milling by circular interpolation

0.70-1.50

• For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 380-395 CW

and Turning, Dmin 11 mm

GIQR/L 11-0.50-0.00 (1)

GIQR/L 11-0.75-0.00 (1)

GIQR/L 11-0.85-0.00 (1)

GIQR/L 11-0.95-0.00 (1)

GIQR/L 11-1.04-0.05 (1)

GIQR/L 11-1.20-0.05 (1)

GIQR/L 11-1.40-0.05 (1)

GIQR/L 11-1.50-0.05 (1)

GIQR/L 11-1.70-0.05 (1)

GIQR/L 11-1.96-0.10 (1)

GIQR/L 11-2.00-0.10 (1)

GIQR/L 11-2.22-0.10

GIQR/L 11-2.39-0.15

GIQR/L 11-2.47-0.20

GIQR/L 11-2.50-0.20

GIQR/L 11-2.70-0.20

GIQR/L 11-3.00-0.20

GIQR 11-3.18-0.20

GIQR 11-4.00-0.20

GIQR 11-5.00-0.20

10.68

0.18-0.95

0.24-0.98

0.24-1.08

0.24-2.00

GIQR/L 11

• Comply to retaining rings DIN 471/472 • Can be used for groove milling by circular interpolation • For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 380-395

GIQR/L 11-R

GIQR/L 11-1.20-R060

GIQR/L 11-1.80-R090

GIQR/L 11-2.00-R100

GIQR/L 11-3.00-R150

GIQR 11-4.00-R200

0.40-0.90

377 Precision Ground Single-Ended

Inserts for Internal Deep Grooving

GIQR/L 11-15-1.50-0.05

GIQR/L 11-15-2.00-0.10

GIQR/L 11-15-2.50-0.20

GIQR/L 11-15-3.00-0.20

GIQR/L 11-15

0.25-0.75

GIQR/L 11-15-R

Full Radius Inserts for Deep

GIQR/L 11-15-2.00-R100

GIQR/L 11-15-2.50-R125

GIQR/L 11-15-3.00-R150

0.00-0.65

0.00-0.75

GIQR/L-A18

Internal Boring and

Profiling Inserts

GIQR/L 8-A18-0.15

GIQR/L 11-A18-0.15

7.80

10.70

0.02-1.30

0.02-2.20

0.01-0.03 RE

Internal Back Boring

and Profiling Inserts

GIQR/L 8-B18-0.15

GIQR/L 11-B18-0.15

0.02-1.00

0.02-2.00

GIQR/L-MT

Internal Threading Inserts with a

in 8 mm and Larger Holes

GIQR/L-B18

GIQR/L 8-MT-0.05

GIQR/L 11-MT-0.05

• Can be used for thread milling by circular interpolation • Pitch max 0.19xD • D-diameter of thread • For cutting speed recommendations, see pages 380-395

GIQR/L-WT

Internal Inserts with Whitworth

Partial Profile for Threading

GIQR/L 8-WT-0.05

GIQR/L 11-WT-0.05

• Can be used for thread milling by circular interpolation • TPI min D/5.9 • D-diameter of thread (pitch max<=W)

379 TOOLS FOR MINIATURE PARTS

Groove-Turn Cutting Speed Recommendations

Non-alloy steel and cast

steel, free cutting steel

Quenched and tempered

High alloy steel, cast steel,

tool steel

High temperature

For material groups, see pages 688-723

Fe Baswd

Aluminum-cast, alloyed

Aluminum-wrought alloy

Titanium and Ti alloys

Ductile cast iron (nodular) (GGG)

No.(1)

all elements)

Stainless steel and cast steel

(less than 5%

Tensile

Strength

[N/mm2]

Hard rubber

RM 400

RM 1050

55 HRc

60 HRc

41 Material

IC228/328/528

225 - 335

210 - 315

160 - 240

145 - 220

140-210

110 - 170

105 - 155

100 - 145

210 - 290

195 - 270

150 - 205

135 - 190

130-180

105 - 145

95 - 135

90 - 125

150 - 225

115 - 170

100-150

80 - 120

75 - 110

70 - 105

175 - 270

165 - 255

125 - 195

115 - 180

110-170

90 - 135

80 - 125

75 - 120

145 - 225

135 - 210

105 - 160

95 - 145

90-140

70 - 110

65 - 100

145 - 240

135 - 225

105 - 170

95 - 155

90-150

70 - 120

65 - 110

130 - 210

120 - 195

90 - 150

85 - 135

60 - 95

55 - 90

IC907/807

IC320

180 - 320

130 - 240

125 - 230

120 - 220

115 - 210

110-200

100 - 180

80 - 150

90 - 160

160 - 300

120 - 230

115 - 220

110 - 210

105 - 200

100-190

90 - 170

75 - 140

140 - 270

110 - 205

105 - 195

100 - 185

95 - 180

90-170

80 - 155

65 - 125

70 - 135

IC908/808

165 - 295

140 - 255

150-270

135 - 245

105 - 190

95 - 175

145 - 210

125 - 180

130-190

85 - 125

155 - 255

135 - 220

125 - 205

100 - 160

120 - 200

110-180

75 - 125

70 - 115

185 - 310

160 - 265

155 - 250

110 - 180

IC04

400-2500

460 - 1380

440 - 1320

400-1200

320 - 960

345 - 1150

330 - 1100

240 - 800

230 - 690

220 - 660

160 - 480

300-1500

230 - 460

220 - 440

160 - 320

170 - 345

165 - 330

120 - 240

115 - 230

110 - 220

80 - 160

150-600

55 - 230

55 - 220

50-200

40 - 160

50 - 80

45 - 75

40 - 70

30 - 50

30 - 45

25 - 40

45 - 65

35 - 55

35 - 50

25 - 35

20 - 30

20 - 25

35 - 60

25-40

15 - 30

15 - 25

15 - 20

10 - 20

150 - 255

125 - 210

120 - 205

115 - 195

105 - 180

80 - 135

60 - 100

50 - 65

45 - 60

40 - 50

35 - 45

40 - 55

100-155

80-125

90-135

75-110

110-175

90-145

45-65

40-60

100-135

90-120

80-110

40-50

381 TOOLS FOR MINIATURE PARTS

M30-M40

H15-H25

382

ISCAR Groove-Turn Grades Chart

TiN PVD coated grade on tough substrate.

The grade is recommended for steels and stainless steels at low to medium cutting speeds.

TiCN + TiN PVD coated grade on very tough substrate for grooving and turning applications at low to medium

cutting speeds on steels and stainless steel. The grade can function also at unstable conditions.

Suitable for semi finishing and finishing operations of high temperature alloys at medium to high cutting speeds.

First choice for grooving and turning of high temperature alloys.

Suitable also for titanium alloys, at medium to relatively high cutting speeds.

Suitable for turning and grooving of high temperature alloys, austenitic stainless steel

and hard steels at low to medium cutting speeds.

A tough submicron substrate with TiAlN + TiN PVD coating and a special SUMO TEC surface

treatment. Recommended for grooving and turning on large variety of materials as well as high temperature

alloys, stainless steel and hard steels at low to medium cutting speeds.

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

A very hard submicron substrate with TiAlN PVD coating. Suitable for grooving and 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 grooving and turning operations

on large variety of materials as well as steel, alloy steels, stainless steel high temperature alloys

at low to medium cutting speeds.

A hard submicron substrate with TiAlN + TiN PVD coating, suitable for grooving and turning

of high temperature alloys, austenitic stainless steel and hard steels at low to medium speeds.

A tough submicron substrate with TiAlN + TiN PVD coating. Recommended for general use in grooving and turning operations

on large variety of materials as well as high temperature alloys, stainless steel and hard steels 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. Can be used for interrupted cut and heavy machining.

A TiCN + Al2O3 multilayer, CVD coated grade with a special SUMO TEC surface treatment.

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

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.

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N01-N15

S10-S25

N05-N20

M15-M30

S15-S30

N05-N25 S10-S20

K10-K20 H10-H20

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

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

A very hard uncoated submicron carbide grade. Used for machining titanium and high temperature alloys

at medium to relatively high cutting speeds. Suitable also for aluminium and other nonferrous materials.

A hard uncoated submicron carbide grade. Used for machining titanium, high temperature alloys and aluminum alloys

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

An uncoated carbide grade. Used for turning and grooving 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.

Extra fine grain PCBN, used for finish turning and grooving of hardened steels 45-65 HRc.

A combination of coarse and fine grain PCBN, used for finish turning and grooving,

continuous and interrupted cutting of hardened steels 45-65 HRc.

A 50% PCBN grade, used for finish turning and grooving of hardened steel 45-65 HRc

and nodular cast iron in continuous cutting.

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What is a GRIP Insert?

A grip insert is a grooving, groove-turn or parting insert

that is clamped between 2 prisms.

Clamping a grip insert correctly in

the holder is necessary for stable machining.

1 • Ensure that the seat is clean of dirt and swarf.

2 • In the first stage of clamping, ease the insert gently into

place. Make sure that the prismatic surfaces match.

3 • Always use the wrench supplied with the tool.

Use reasonable force to the point of resistance

for final clamping.

The maximum recommended clamping torque is

1.5xd Nm or 15xd Kgf x cm.

d=clamping screw dia. in mm.

It is very important not to overtighten a grip insert, even though

you may get the impression that the insert is more secure. When

overtightened, the insert doesn’t clamp into its correct and

carefully designed clamping points, and therefore, is less stable.

Successful machining can be achieved only if

the tool is properly positioned on the turret.

The following sequence should be followed:

• Position the grip holder perpendicular to the workpiece;

deviation may be 0.10/100 mm along the holder

• Check to ensure that the frontal cutting

edge is aligned parallel to the workpiece

Positioning the Tool on the Turret

0.10/100

90°±10'

If the cutting edge is not parallel to the workpiece or is

positioned as shown, the deflection during machining (in the

indicated direction) will be too small and chatter may occur.

Principles of Turning

with Groove-Turn Tools

The basic principle in turning with groove-turn tools is

the deflection of the cutting tool, which results in a frontal

clearance angle αº between the insert and the workpiece.

The clearance angle αº is a function of the side cutting

forces and is not constant, as is the case with ISO inserts.

The deflection is influenced by the following factors:

Feed f

Depth of Cut ap

Overhang of Insert Support T

Width of Insert Support A

Cutting Speed Vc

Workpiece Material

When all of the above factors remain constant

during turning, a high degree of accuracy with a

tolerance up to ±0.01 mm can be achieved.

If the conditions are too light (such as in a super finish operation),

there may not be enough deflection and the clearance angle

will be very small. This may result in chatter and vibration.

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α° Cutting Conditions

Choosing the correct cutting conditions

Specific cutting conditions are listed in the catalog

for every individual insert as shown below:

Example: GIMF 608 Utility Inserts

R±0.05

W±0.05

Depth of cut

Turning feed

Grooving feed

Grades for Applications and Materials

• Carbide grades and cutting speeds:

- Cutting speed recommendations are derived from

the type of workpiece material and choice of

carbide grade

- Choose the carbide grade according to the chart below.

For specific workpiece material and cutting speed

recommendations, refer to pages 380-381

ISO P

1-11

groups

Harder

ISO M

ISO K

Stainless

Austenitic &

Ferritic &

Duplex

Martensitic (Ferritic-Austenitic)

12-13

ISO N

21-28

Non-ferrous

(IC908)

IC808 (IC908)

GROOVE

TURN

ISO S

31-37

ISO H

38-41

Temperature Alloys Steel & Cast Iron

Tougher

First choice

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Machining Tips

Insert Width

Generally, the insert width should be as

wide as possible as it contributes to its

strength. However, there are additional

considerations that should be taken into

account in order to choose the correct width:

• Workpiece size and clamping stability:

A larger width means higher cutting forces during

grooving. A width that is too large can cause

deformation of the workpiece and/or vibration.

• When using a larger width, make sure your

machine has enough power. (see page 393)

• Machining strategy:

Grooving in a correct sequence should

also affect your choice. (see page 389)

• Required overhang:

A larger tool overhang will require a

wider insert to maintain stability.

• The larger the insert, the wider the upper and lower jaws

can be, therefore, higher forces are

required to effect the necessary side deflection.

• If the depth of cut is small, the width of the

insert should be proportionately smaller to

guarantee the required deflection.

Efficient use of insert’s corners:

Always try to evenly split machining between the two

corners. This optimization will increase the insert’s life.

Insert Radius

Choosing the insert radius for a particular

application is a combination of many factors.

The corner radius of the groove-turn insert

influences the product shape and tool life.

• A larger radius in turning operations

normally improves surface quality.

• An insert with a larger radius has a better

distribution of the cutting load and of the

generated heat. It is stronger and ensures

longer tool life.

• Small radii on grip inserts result in

increased side forces and side deflection,

preventing instability, especially with small

depths of cut and feed.

• The best radius to use is basically determined by

the geometry and dimensions of the workpiece.

The more securely the workpiece is fastened in

the machine tool, the larger the radius may be.

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• When the ratio of a workpiece’s length

compared to its diameter is large, inserts

with smaller radii will prevent chatter.

• A larger corner radius enables

machining at a larger feed rate.

• In profiling operations, inserts with larger

corner radii or full radii are required. Machining Tips

Correct grooving sequence

a way that the material is always in the center

of the insert. This practice will ensure better

chipbreaking and symmetrical cutting forces.

When making a groove where the insert’s width is not

identical to the groove, it is recommended to select an

insert that will enable grooving symmetrically in such

Eliminating a “Hanging Ring”

When turning at the end of a bar or towards a recess

between two walls, a “hanging ring” may be formed.

To eliminate the unwanted “hanging ring”:

1. Turn toward the recess. Stop a short

distance before reaching the recess.

2. Pull back the groove-turn

tool and re-position it.

3. Machine as shown. This final

operation achieves the size

and flatness of the side wall.

Internal Machining

Improving Internal Turning in a Blind Hole

Optimizing Internal Machining Toolholder Overhang

Internal turning in a blind hole brings about the

problem of chip exit. When the tool reaches the rear

side wall, chips may be caught between the wall

and the insert, possibly causing insert breakage.

Two solutions that can eliminate this problem:

It is always recommended to use the minimum possible

overhang in order to maintain maximum toolholder

rigidity. As a general rule, maximum overhang should

not exceed three times the holder-bar diameter.

First Solution

Lmax.≤3D

1. Start by grooving

at the rear wall.

2. Continue by turning from the

inside toward the outside.

¯D

LÊmax.

Second Solution

1. Start by grooving at the rear wall.

2. Pull the tool back the outside.

3. Turn the final diameter from

outside, toward the groove.

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Finishing Operation: Diameter Compensation

A compensation factor for the final diameter must be

used in the final machining operation.

After the initial grooving to the required final diameter,

the machining direction is normally changed for

longitudinal turning. At this point the deflection occurs.

If machining continues without correction,

corner A will penetrate the material.

This will result in two different diameters:

øD1 from the grooving and øD2 from the turning.

The difference between øD1 and øD2 is a value we

define as ∆.

The compensation factor is ∆/2, as shown below.

ØD1

ØD2

Δ/2

øD1-øD2

Using the compensation factor will eliminate the small surface

step. Follow this simple procedure during machining:

1. Groove to the final diameter

2. Pull the tool back, a distance equal to the value of ∆/2

3. Continue the finish turning operation

Characteristic values of ∆ are shown in

the diagrams on the next page.

Characteristic Values of ∆

The diagrams show experimental results for

specific machining conditions. These are sample

values that will vary with different workpiece

materials and different holder types.

Insert: GIP 3.00E-0.4

Toolholder: GHDR 25-3

Measure the ∆ value for your finishing operation in

a short test using your selected finishing conditions.

Do not run your test using the final diameter.

Diameter Compensation

Factor ∆ mm

ap=3Êmm

ap=2Êmm

ap=1Êmm

ap=0.5Êmm

Feed f (mm/rev)

Insert: GIP 4.00E-0.4

Toolholder: GHDR 25-4

Insert: GIP 6.00E-0.8

Toolholder: GHDR 25-5

ap=4Êmm

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0.6 Multifunction Operations

The groove-turn tools are multifunction tools, able to

operate in a sequence of grooving and turning modes.

Moving from turning to grooving requires

consideration of the basic Grip principle, thereby

eliminating the possibility of insert breakage.

In this situation one must release the side

deflection which is necessary in turning,

but not recommended in grooving.

Not recommended

The following machining sequence is suggested:

After completing the longitudinal turning, but before

starting the grooving, the side deflection must be released.

Move the tool in the direction opposite that

of feed, approximately 0.1 mm, and return to

the original position without side load.

0.1mm

Then, after the deflection has been released and

the holder is perpendicular to the workpiece,

the grooving operation may start.

Prior move

Actual move

Machining Between Walls

One of the most important advantages of the

GROOVE-TURN systems is the ability to machine

between walls. To achieve the best results, the

following sequence is recommended:

Plunge to depth of cut. Pull back 0.2 mm radially.

Turn longitudinally, retract at the end of the cut by 0.2 mm,

simultaneously in radial and axial directions. Plunge again

and repeat same cycle leaving steps

of 0.2 mm at the shoulders for the finishing cut.

Minimum D.O.C. has to be ap≥Rx1.2 (corner radius).

Plunge on the right side, reaching the tangent of the

bottom radius. Retract and relieve the tangent point of

the radius on the other side. Retract and machine

all of the contour, pulling back by compensation

value along the bottom (see page 390).

These instructions can be viewed at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXhEtc1zl4w

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Recommended Criteria for Replacement

of the Cutting Edge

The cutting edge should be replaced in time to save

costly downtime. The recommended value of wear at

replacement is defined as the wear land size.

The insert should be replaced when the wear land

size is such that the increase in side forces is still

small - not causing the insert to break and still

maintaining the required workpiece tolerances.

Wear is a function of machining time.

The cutting edge should normally be replaced

after 15 minutes of machining time.

VG

V BF

VBN

VB

Insert Wear - Tool Life

Wear on the Clearance Face

Wear land on groove turn inserts generally occurs

at the corner of the clearance face VBN, on the side

near the corner VB, on the frontal cutting edge VBF

and at the end of the cutting side VG.

The effective life of the cutting edge ends when any

of the wear land values - VB, VB, VBF or

VG - exceed the recommended

maximum values shown.

The largest wear land is normally measured at the corner

of the clearance face VBN. It has the most influence on

the dimensions and tolerances of the final workpiece.

The wear land shape on GRIP inserts differs slightly from

that of ISO inserts. Although the frontal cutting surface

of GRIP inserts absorbs more heat land wear, the wear

land VBF is generally negligible in turning operations

when compared to VB and VBN. Wear and may be found

only occasionally at the end of the cutting side VG.

Maximum Recommended Wear Land

Values Relative to Insert Widths

Insert Width (mm)

Maximum

Wear Land (mm)

≤3

≥10

Crater Wear and Tool Life

Crater wear KB occurs on the rake face and is mainly

affected by feed and cutting speed. Crater wear

develops over time toward the frontal cutting edge.

If penetration of the frontal cutting edge occurs, it will

immediately affect the quality of the machined surface.

Plastic Deformation

Plastic deformation occurs when the hardness of a

cutting edge is decreased due to heat and pressure.

The so-called “hot hardness” of the cutting tool

material limits the feed and the cutting speed.

Plastic deformation will affect the dimensions and

tolerances of the finished product. It generally

occurs when a small corner radius is used with

high cutting speeds and high feeds. Using the

proper insert geometry and the correct speed and

feed ranges should eliminate the problem.

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KB Machine Power Calculation

Calculation of Required

Machine Power

Use the formulas below or use our internet web tool at:

http://mpwr.iscar.com/machiningpwr/machiningpower.wgx

Turning

Grooving/Parting

Kc•ap•f•vc

P=

h•61•103

Kc•W•f•vc

[kW]

Face Grooving

Where:

M-type Tools

Kc - Specific cutting forces

(N/mm2),

turning values could be used

h- Efficiency (h≈0.8)


• M-type tools have no support under the insert’s

cutting edge

• For an insert with a width smaller than 2.2 mm,

there are no standard catalog tools available.

There are 2 options as to how to use these

narrow inserts:

1. Modify an existing tool and adjust the support

under the insert to the required width

2. Use a standard M-type tool without support

• In wider widths, there are also cases where the support