April, 17 2014
Tyler Martin explains how SECO's Jetstream Duo and X4 designs increase tool life and achieve better chip control.
Published in Video
April, 15 2014
Published in Video
March, 17 2014
Seco Tools, LLC has released the results of its North American Carbide Recycling Program for 2013. The company collected and processed 125,919 lbs (57,235 kg) of used carbide tools. Of the total, 110,585 lbs (50,265 kg) were returned to Seco Tools AB for processing into grade powder. Over the life of the carbide recycling program, Seco Tools has returned an average of over 10,100 lbs (4,100 kg) of tools per month for recycling.
Seco Tools, LLC has earned recognition for its participation in the John Deere Cost Reduction Opportunities Process (JD CROP), a supplier suggestion process that is part of Deere & Company’s Achieving Excellence program. Seco received the honour for providing cost-reduction ideas of outstanding quality and for demonstrating its commitment to continuous improvement.
Seco Tools, LLC has appointed Todd Miller as its new manager of product marketing and initiated other key organizational changes within the department, including several in-house promotions. Miller brings nine years of experience with Seco to his new position in which he will oversee the product marketing team and work with the company’s sales department to further enhance the Seco customer experience.
July, 22 2013
Seco Tools recently signed on as a technical and supplier sponsor of the IZOD IndyCar Series championship racing team Andretti Autosport.
Seco recently introduced the company’s new CX1 and CX2 polycrystalline diamond (PCD) drills for composite holemaking. The new diamond-tip technology eliminates issues with uncut fibers or delamination in composite machining, and has allowed the company to successfully develop the industry’s first PCD three-flute geometry (CX1) for composite drilling.
April, 09 2013
Seco has announced the introduction of X4, a new multi-edged, tangential tool for grooving and parting off of small components. Available in cutting widths from 0.031” – 0.093”, X4’s inserts minimize material consumption in parting off and enable precise grooving and copying of small and medium-sized complex parts. Performance is further enhanced through X4’s tangential insert bodies that ensure high rigidity, stability and productivity.
March, 11 2013
Seco Tools recently debuted the company’s new EBP 5672 collet chuck for high-precision machining. The new collet chuck combines the accuracy of shrink-fit and hydraulic chucks with the flexibility of a collet chuck for reduced run-out, increased torque capabilities and greater productivity.
Published in Workholding
February, 07 2013
To continue the success of its Turbo 10 series of square shoulder milling cutters and provide manufacturers with increased machining flexibility in tough materials, Seco Tools is expanding the product line to include more inserts with new geometries and radii as well as helical cutters.