The ISO turn­ing range with in­no­v­a­tive cut­ting grades and mod­ern geome­tries turns our cus­tomers’ cost spi­ral down­ward. Boehler­it of­fers the op­ti­mum in­dex­able in­serts for every turn­ing ap­pli­ca­tion, e.g. for steel, cast and alu­mini­um ma­chin­ing and the cut­ting of super al­loys with dif­fi­cult chip formation.


The qual­i­ty stan­dards in milling have been de­fined by the Boehler­it cut­ting ex­perts for decades now. The de­vel­op­ment en­gi­neers in the Aus­tri­an steel in­dus­try town of Kapfen­berg put all their tech­ni­cal know-​how into a dy­nam­ic FEM de­sign (finite-​element method) for Boehler­it milling equip­ment to create stable milling tools.


Specif­i­cal­ly adapt­ed to the ever-​increasing ma­chin­ing re­quire­ments, Boehler­it of­fers a broad­ly di­ver­si­fied prod­uct port­fo­lio in the drilling sec­tor which, thanks to the op­ti­mal de­sign of cut­ting ma­te­ri­als and geome­tries made from var­i­ous ma­te­ri­als, are used in gen­er­al me­chan­i­cal en­gi­neer­ing.


The Aus­tri­an car­bide and tool spe­cial­ist Boehler­it con­tin­ues to move to­wards be­com­ing a full-​range sup­pli­er and de­vel­ops bal­anced geome­tries, with the aim of de­liv­er­ing top per­for­mance over a very wide range of ma­te­ri­als and ap­pli­ca­tions. This re­sults in ef­fi­cient and high­ly pro­duc­tive tool solutions.