Allied Machine & Engineering Now Offers AccuThread™ T3
Increased tool life when machining hardened materials
Allied Machine & Engineering, a leading manufacturer of holemaking and finishing tooling systems, adds the AccuThread T3 to their existing thread mill line. The new AccuThread T3 is built for machining hardened or hard-to-machine materials such as stainless steel, tool steel, and high-temp alloys. It is designed to machine only three threads at a time, reducing tool pressure and dramatically increasing the chances of tool survival. The T3 will provide a longer tool life, less tool breakage and higher quality threads for machinists.
Offered in both inch-shank and metric-shank options, the AccuThread T3 is made for deeper-than-standard threads, available in 2xD and 3xD. Additional diameters are available on request. Allied offers this thread mill for UN thread forms with pitches from #1-64 to 9/16”-12 as well as ISO thread forms with pitches from M2x.4 to M12x1.75. In addition, Allied Machine & Engineering provides their premium AM210® coating to these thread mills to protect from excess wear and improve tool life.
For more information on the AccuThread™ T3 and other threading tools, please email email@example.com or visit http://www.alliedmachine.com/Products/Threading/Solid-Carbide.aspx
About Allied Machine & Engineering:
Allied Machine & Engineering is a leading manufacturer of holemaking and finishing tooling systems. Allied devotes its advanced engineering and manufacturing capabilities to create the widest selection of value-added tooling available to metal-cutting industries around the world. Our tooling solutions deliver the lowest cost-per-hole in a wide range of drilling, reaming, threading, boring, and burnishing applications.
Located in Dover, Ohio, Allied’s precision holemaking technologies provide end users worldwide with the highest level of drill performance. Precision engineering and expert application support make Allied the first and best choice for solving complex metal-cutting challenges. For more information, visit www.alliedmachine.com.