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A peek into the future of selecting speeds and feeds for high performance milling is what we are calling the Machine Tool Genome Project. Here is a preview that recently appeared in Modern Machine Shop magazine:
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See the Mahr Federal Spring Promotion Flyer featuring the MarCal calipers a the bottom of the page!
A New generation of waterproof calipers includes Reference System for zero position
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Did you know that D&L Industrial will survey your present storage systems, listen to your requirements for future growth and expansion and provide layouts of suggested solutions -- all at NO cost or obligation to you?
Here's how we usually begin the process:
Establishing a System
First we must establish a method of organization.
There are three…Continue
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The Stor-Loc SW+cabinet provides 700 square inches of storage space per drawer. Compared to the existing 625 square inches drawers available on the market today, the SW+®provides at least 12% (and up to 22%) more storage per drawer than any other comparable cabinet in the industry.…Continue
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The first dual grooving mills ever available as standard can help tube and sheet heat exchanger manufacturers catch up with growing global demand for more energy efficient cooling systems. ISCAR standard MULTI- MASTER double-groove mills simultaneously complete standardized grooves in tube sheets at about four times faster than their nearest competitor, last 66% longer and eliminate all deburring.…Continue
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Molded holes are preferable to drilled holes because of the strong, denser surface of the molded hole. For straight holes, the taper should not exceed a 1° included angle, and tapered holes should have an 8° included angle.
The weakest sections of many plastic part designs are the joints and assembly points. During screw assembly of mating components, the screw must be tightened with sufficient torque to produce the recommended axial tension load between the host component and the…
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At D&L Industrial we often get asked about Water Soluble coolants and proper usage of them. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions
1) At which concentration should I be running?
Master Chemical products are specifically designed to be used at a number of different concentrations. Each product and application will have an ideal concentration ratio for the metalworking fluid. The concentration will affect sump life, tool life, and…Continue
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The life cycle of a driven tool is dependent on the application and use of a specific tool. In addition to this, the design of a tool plays an important role in a tool’s life.
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The only adjustable front collet/chuck stop in the World!
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|ISCAR’s HELITURN system features a unique, double-sided insert with 4 cutting edges for Fast Metal Removal (FMR) turning. The new HELITURN is a tangentially clamped insert with a unique helical shaped cutting edge, useful for large depths of cut and higher than normal feed…|
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