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New material technology allows for more efficient and flexible hobbing.
We are all looking for ways to increase production without sacrificing quality. One of the most cost-effective ways is by improving the substrate material of your hob. Solid carbide hobs are widely used in many applications throughout the world. LMT-Fette was the first to demonstrate the use of solid carbide hobs in 1993 on modern high-speed carbide (HSC) hobbing machines. Since then the process of dry hobbing has been continuously improving through research and product testing. Dry hobbing is proving to be successful in the gear cutting industry as sales for dry hobbing machines have steadily been rising along with the dramatic increase in sales of solid carbide hobs.
New tool from LMT-Fette provides combination of operations.
News Items About LMT-Fette
1 New Carbide Taps From LMT-Fette (December 8, 2003)
The HPF carbide insertable forming taps from LMT-Fette features a replaceable carbide insert on a steel body. According to the compan... Read News
2 New Ball Nose Insert from LMT-Fette (December 14, 2003)
The WPR-D helical ball nose insert from LMT-Fette was designed in response to problems associated with machining complex contoured workpi... Read News
3 LMT-Fette Opens Illinois Hob Facility (April 23, 2006)
LMT-Fette established a new precision manufacturing facility in Libertyville, IL. The first phase of the new plant will handle product... Read News
4 New Turning Tool from LMT-Fette (December 1, 2003)
[photo] The Pentatec from LMT Fette can perform drilling, boring, facing, turning and counter boring with a single tool. The tool... Read News