Milled mating faces are almost always a feature of cast parts. But it is only when the machining process has succeeded in conferring perfectly flat faces that they are able to ensure that, for example, an engine or transmission can run reliably for years to come. Walter’s new M2025 and M2026 finishing face mills are ideally suited to this, combining maximum precision with cost effectiveness.
Machining large quantities of cast parts, such as for the automotive and utility vehicle industries, requires tools that meet specific requirements. For example, high cutting outputs are required to reduce the machining times when milling the joining faces of cylinder heads or crankcases and gearbox cases. A single operation must be sufficient to fulfil the most stringent quality standards. Walter AG’s new finishing face mills go that little bit further. Its easy handling also noticeably reduces the set-up and take-down times.
For further details contact Gerald Green, Walter’s Application Engineer for South Africa on TEL: 071 688 3266, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.walter-tools.com, or contact Spectra Carbide Tooling Technology on TEL: 0860 23 23 23 or email email@example.com or visit www.spectra-sa.co.za