Grooving and Parting

FENN OFFERS AN EXTENSIVE RANGE OF GROOVING AND PARTING TOOLS, AVAILABLE FOR MANY DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS.

From general grooving and parting, profiling and face grooving to internal precision grooving, turning and parting for small part machining, our extensive portfolio will meet with any requirement. Grooving and small bore profiling is a common and often underestimated requirement in a large majority of manufacturing facilities. With the right choice of system and a select range of holders and inserts, you can greatly improve your capability to produce a wide variety of complex profiles. Our chosen suppliers for this sector are Dummel and SECO.
Dummel are without doubt at the very forefront of this area of the market. The quality and performance of these products are exactly what you would expect from a German precision manufacturer. With comprehensive grooving, boring and profiling capability from 0.2mm diameter using the Ultra-Mini range and increased versatility and options from 7.8mm diameter utilising the Mini-Cut range, Dummel has the answers for the most demanding applications.
To compliment the more common applications of internal, external and face grooving by turning we look to both Dummel and Seco who each provide a comprehensive groove-milling program for demanding components which can only be milled. Broad spectrums of materials can be machined with any of these systems including materials up to 66HRC. For the solution to your grooving requirements please view the catalogues below or arrange a visit with a local Fenn engineer.

DUMMEL MINICUT

Dummel Minicut is an impressive system for internal machining from bore diameters of 7.8mm. Carbide inserts are easily front mounted, to a steel or carbide tool holder. Insert options include boring front and back, profiling, grooving, chamfering, and threading. A comprehensive selection of grooving inserts means most small internal machining problems have a solution, be it face grooving, circlip grooving, full radius grooving, or deep grooving, where the maximum depth of groove is required from the insert.

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