Monday, 9/12

3:15 to 4:10 p.m. / W-192-C

Session Topic: From Idea to Recycling –A Cutting Tool Management Process

This seminar will present ideas and technologies to manage cutting tools from cradle to grave, demonstrating how companies can impact productivity and cost with a process to manage cutting tools beyond the machine tool.

When you consider the major manufacturing technologies that you manage on a daily basis (material, machine, CAD, CAM, fixtures, coolant, and cutting tools), it’s most likely cutting tools that poses the highest level of variance in your process. When you think of cutting tool variables, you most likely think of the parameters utilized at the machine tool speed, feed, depth of cut, and width of cut.

A more detailed cutting tool management process should consider much more. Decisions to buy, program, store, utilize, and discard cutting tools are constantly taking place. Therefore, can drastically affect overall productivity and cost.

Thomas Raun

National Product Manager – Milling Products
Iscar

Tom Raun has 25 years of experience in manufacturing and currently works with Iscar’s machine tool OEM team, a group focused on supporting turnkey projects for machine tool OEM’s and machine tool distributors.

ISCAR is about world-class manufacturing and application of cutting tools.

ISCAR is about innovation and machining intelligently.

ISCAR is about productivity.

ISCAR helps you reduce the cycle time to produce your part, while increasing your current machine tool capacity and improving your profitability.

Upon close working collaboration with industry, the people at ISCAR have developed industry specific solutions to optimize productivity. They understand the unique requirements of many industries and continually improve and introduce new ideas. Whether you are an automotive, aerospace, medical, die and mold, oil and gas equipment manufacturer, or a general machining subcontractor, ISCAR has a solution to help you increase your throughput and resolve your machining challenges.

Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2012, ISCAR has a complete portfolio of machining solutions along with expert system software and tool management accessories to provide an unparalleled machining experience. The company is ISO9001, ISO 14001, ISO18001, and QS9000 certified.

ISCAR’s USA Headquarters, located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas, houses its national distribution, customer service, and special tooling manufacturing centers. The technical center for seminars and demonstrations is also located on this campus where new product and specialty seminars are frequently conducted.

Approximately 300 field-based application engineers and specialists are employed to assist you in selecting and applying ISCAR products. Many variables come into play when applying tooling, and officials at ISCAR ensure that a high level of support is present to guarantee the best possible machining experience.

IMTS 2016 Booth #W-1800

www.iscar.com