TURNING TOOLHOLDERS & BORING BARS
Carbide turning inserts, lathe toolholders and boring bars are a specialty of Miller's Tooling Pty Ltd. With many years of turning and sales experience; we can provide the right toolholder as well as guide you on technical speeds and feeds cutting data for various materials. Be it a new CNC lathe tooling package or a hobbyist centre lathe at home; the correct toolholders are important to the finish of your job.
Lathe turning toolholders and boring bars have a huge range from 80' (CNMG's) roughing lathe toolholders to 35' (VNMG's) finishing & profiling lathe toolholders. Most are ISO compatible carbide inserts between different brands.
Threading toolholders are usually ISO compatible. Also available are the quick change system toolholders for CNC lathes like Capto, VDI tooling etc and thru coolant tools.
We proudly offer "WALTER "; premium German quality lathe turning toolholders and boring bars in our off-the-shelf lathe toolholders, as we have been appointed Walters selected distributor for the SE QLD region.
In addition, Miller's Tooling Pty Ltd can also offer most other popular brands of lathe toolholders and boring bars to suit carbide inserts including:
WALTER Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
ISCAR Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
SECO Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
SANDVIK COROMANT Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
TAEGUTEC Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
VALENITE Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
WIDIA Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
KENNAMETAL Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
TUNGALOY Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
MITSUBISHI Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
SUMITOMO Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
KYOCERA Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
STELLRAM Toolholders & Carbide Inserts
Lathe toolpost centre heights can vary from 12mm up to 50mm, with the most popular lathe turning toolholders being 20mm & 25mm toolholders for turning on your lathe.
Turning can demand a great stress and load on the toolholder; creating chatter & vibration on the job, usually due to instability of the carbide insert in its pocket and clamping system used. Walter has gone to great lengths to provide stable clamping to match their latest turning carbide insert grades and range.
Wedgelock, lever lock are used to secure negative rake carbide inserts, while screw locks are typical of toolholder clamping systems for positive rake carbide inserts.