With our newly-developed turning process High Dynamic Turning, HDT for short, and the dynamic FreeTurn turning tools, we are turning the conventional method of turning completely on its head. All familiar turning operations such as roughing, finishing, contour turning, facing and longitudinal turning can now be completed using just one tool.
The conventional turning processes used until now require a separate tool for every contour. The consequences: enormous tool costs and long tool changeover times. With High Dynamic Turning (HDT), the dynamic FreeTurn tool utilises the all-round level of freedom provided by the milling spindle. The cutting edge can be changed through rotation about the tool axis, providing you with huge savings on tools and changeover times.
See for yourself. The video shows a direct comparison between conventional turning and turning with HDT & FreeTurn.
The result: FreeTurn cuts machining time by 25%
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Just like a Monoblock tool, our FreeTurn features a slim shank and a screwed-on indexable insert.
Positioning of the FreeTurn tool about various axes, e.g. the milling spindle, makes machining possible from all sides. In addition, the approach angle can also be adjusted during machining, which not only enables dynamic machining of almost any part contour in all directions, but also adjustable feed rates and perfect chip control.
Unlike with conventional turning, the main force occurring (cutting force Fz) is directed through the tool into the spindle and not into the holder. This guarantees optimised force distribution and reduced downtime