Cutters and Abrasives Hannibal MO

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Al's Tire Store
(573) 221-3777
1018 Mark Twain Avenue
Hannibal, MO
Services
Auto Service & Repair, Auto Tire Shop Equipment & Supplies, Auto Inspection
Hours
Mon-Sat

Delta Tire & Custom Wheels
(217) 222-7212
1000 Broadway Street
Quincy, IL
Services
Auto Service & Repair, Brakes Service & Repair, Auto Tire Shop Equipment & Supplies, Auto Customizing Conversion & Restoration, Auto Performance & Racing Equipment & Supplies
Hours
Mon-Sat
Payment Options
Delta, Financing Available

Dan's Auto Care, Inc.
(217) 223-3000, 001-2004
2600 North 24th Street
Quincy, IL
Certifications
Blue Seal Certified
Membership Organizations
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

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Carquest of Hannibal
(573) 221-2553
212 N 3rd St
Hannibal, MO
Services
Auto Parts

Autozone
(573) 248-1800
100 Steamboat Bend Shopp
Hannibal, MO
Services
Auto Parts

Aaccurate Exhaust
(217) 228-2152
213 S 5th Street
Quincy, IL
Services
Auto Service & Repair, Mufflers & Exhaust Systems Service & Repair
Hours
Mon-Sat
Products
Mufflers

Hilbing Autobody
(217) 222-0197, 001-2004
124 South 4th Street
Quincy, IL
Certifications
Blue Seal Certified
Membership Organizations
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

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Terry''s Tire & Auto Center
(573) 221-2511
219 N 3rd St
Hannibal, MO
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Wal-Mart Supercenter
(573) 406-0375
3650 Stardust Dr
Hannibal, MO
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Hannibal Transmission Inc
(573) 248-2149
134 Highway 61 South
Hannibal, MO
 
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Advanced Machine Tooling – Cutters and Abrasives

High speed milling machines, boring machines and sophisticated CNC machining centers are found in many machine shops today. Faster cutting speeds and automated controls have boosted productivity as well as precision. But to get the most out of these machines, the proper tooling inserts must be used.

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The key to boosting productivity is to remove more metal in less time. However, faster cutting speeds and feeds require tooling inserts that can take the heat and abuse without dulling. To achieve these goals, tooling suppliers have come up with various cutter shapes, edge geometries and surface coatings that significantly improve tool performance and life.
One way to achieve better tool performance is to use an insert that cuts easier so less horsepower is required to turn it, even at high speeds and feed rates. An insert that cuts cleanly and easily will produce a smoother finish and experience less vibration and chatter.

The angle at which an insert is held with respect to the work surface affects how efficiently it cuts. Positive rake tooling holds the insert at a slight angle so the edge of the insert cuts into the surface of the metal, sort of like a plow digging into soil. Positive rake tooling generally requires less cutting force and pressure, runs cooler and provides longer insert life.

But it can also increase edge chipping on inserts, so it typically works best with shallow cuts and lower speeds and feeds. Also, a positive rake only allows the upper edge of the insert to be used, preventing the insert from being flipped over when the edge becomes dull. Thus, a four-sided positive rake insert would have only four cutting edges (each side of the square on the top side).

Negative rake tooling, by comparison, holds the tool perpendicular or at a slight negative angle to the work piece so the edge of the insert drags across the surface with more of a scraping action as it cuts. This requires more pressure and horsepower to machine the metal, and it produces more heat. But a negative rake also provides more support for the insert and allows deeper cuts and high stock removal rates at higher speeds.

A negative rake also doubles the number of available cutting edges that can be used on a single insert, thus doubling tool life. A square insert can provide eight cutting edges, and a triangular insert can provide six edges. When all of the edges on one side of the insert become dull, it can be flipped over so the edges on the opposite side can be put to work. Negative rake tooling works well for machining hard, brittle metals.

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The development of carbide materials with extremely fine grain size has improved the durability and performance of carbide cutting tools. Carbide valve guide reamers and carbide valve seat cutters are indispensable tools in most shops today. Carbide inserts are also great for high speed milling and boring operations. Newer style boring machines with spindle...

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