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Friday, 22 November 2019 15:44

New "Chimp Breakers" Roughing End Mills

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INTRODUCING our new ChimpBreaker product line!

Because nobody likes big chips unless they come with a bowl of salsa

Bred from 3 of our current end mills that have evolved into tools that evacuate chips – giving you FULL chip control in the TOUGHEST applications. This decreases tool pressure and increases tool life in all your high velocity jobs.

Be the first to view the new Chimpbreaker line!SOUTHTEC Boof #1917

Or view them on our website here:
Silverback ChimpBreakers

Phenom ChimpBreakers
Baboon ChimpBreakers


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Wednesday, 09 January 2019 14:27

Dillon Chuck Jaws

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We Have a Variety of Special Jaws to Meet Any of Your Operation’s Needs

At Dillon Manufacturing, we provide our customers with numerous products to help them optimize their manufacturing processes.
One aspect of these offerings is our line of special chuck jaws that can be customized to meet specific needs and applications. Some of the most popular forms of these special jaws include:

Additionally, these special jaw categories feature various subgroupings, so be sure to visit their individual pages for insights.

Our chuck jaw product solutions will enhance your company’s production performance, boosting your company’s competitiveness and making your job easier. Reach out to our dedicated team to get the perfect chuck jaw for your applications!​

Solutions for Our Customers  

For a comprehensive look at our operations and offerings, check out our overview video!​


Wednesday, 09 January 2019 14:15

New Koolrite SynMax Coolants

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It's Time to Re-Think Synthetics: Introducing SynMAX™ Coolants



Full Synthetic Metalworking Fluids that Outperform Soluble Oils & Semi-synthetics on Steel and Aluminum

Ongoing research and development in improved additive chemistry has led to a breakthrough in synthetic coolants!

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Wednesday, 09 January 2019 03:23

New Nano-Cut Drills

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New Nano Cut Mini Drills

New Nano Cut Solid Carbide Miniature Drills are available at Morse Cutting Tools. They are designed for both production and high performance drilling in a wide range of materials. Options range in both coated and uncoated, so you are guaranteed to find the drill that fits your needs. Made in the USA, these miniature drills are the best choice to get the job done well.


Features Include:

·        Solid Carbide

·        Coated & Uncoated

·        35° & 12° Helix Angle

·        1/8" Shank Diameter & More!






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Tuesday, 18 December 2018 21:22

Somma Swiss Tooling

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Somma Tooling for Swiss CNC




It is a widely known fact that Somma Tool Company is a leading manufacturer of cutting tools and tool holders for single spindle & multi spindle screw machines and that we have been at it since 1939.

A lesser known, and more recent fact, is that Somma is also an excellent source for an extensive range of cutting tools and tool holders for Swiss CNC machines. The Somma catalog has Swiss tools listed throughout the book and you can explore our entire swiss line below.




Live Tool Holders





Swiss Rotary Broaching





Turning Tools







Cut Off Holders





Miscellaneous Tooling





Collet Chucks





Spindle Collets

Guide Bushings




Reamer Holders

Deburring Tool





Satisfaction Guarantee

Since Somma Tool Company was founded in 1939, the customer has always come first. Please remember that trial orders are always welcome and that all of our standard products come with a money back guarantee.
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Monday, 26 November 2018 13:14

Carbide Spherical Ball End Mills

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Introducing New Spherical End Mills



Morse Cutting Tools Spherical End Mills



Curves Just Got Easier!

For a wide range of applications including multi-axis machining, undercutting, deburring and many other operations in pre-hardened steels up to 45Rc hardness. We are stocked and ready to ship these out today. Click below for more details.


·        220 degree cutting arc    1/16" - 1/2"

·        270 degree cutting arc    1/32" - 1/2"

·        300 degree cutting arc    1/16" - 1/2"

·        Micrograin carbide

·        nACo coated

·        2 & 4 flute


Rounded Rectangle: Learn More


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Tuesday, 30 January 2018 20:45

New Orion Drill Sizes

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ORION High Performance Drills

Excellent Hole Accuracy with a Low Cutting Force Design
Kyocera's ORION High Performance Drills now come in 3xD & 5xD sizes and in cutting diameters beginning at 1/16" & 1.5mm!  All sizes have an optimized cutting edge for increased positional accuracy and feature a Nanocomposite super-nitride AlTiN coating technology for difficult-to-cut materials.


ORION Drills

High Performance Drilling of Difficult-to-cut Material
The ORION high performance drill features a 3 point design for increased positional accuracy and less heat build-up when drilling difficult-to-cut materials at 3xD or 5xD depths.



























Monday, 24 July 2017 00:00

HP Tap Promo

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Use Energy Efficient Compressors to Attain LEED Certification

According a U.S. Energy Information Administration report released in October, manufacturing energy consumption increased between 2010 and 2014 for the first time in almost a decade. Prior to 2014, energy consumption in manufacturing industries had been steadily decreasing since 2002.

But companies still have incentive to become energy efficient. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) certification helps buildings keep their net environmental impact low in all phases of development, from construction to operation. Installing an Atlas Copco energy efficient compressor is just one way manufacturers can work toward achieving this status.

What is LEED?

LEED outlines strict criteria for total environmental impact and energy consumption in various categories including building design and construction; interior design and construction; building operations and maintenance; neighborhood development; and homes. Earning this certification demonstrates a company’s commitment to sustainable, environmentally-friendly practices.

How do facilities achieve LEED certification?

LEED certification is achieved based on a point system. The more resource-efficient a building is, the more points it earns. The U.S. Green Building Council explains that depending on the number of points achieved, buildings receive “one of four LEED rating levels: Certified, Silver, Gold and Platinum.”

The point scale for LEED is out of 110 possible points and is as follows:

  • Certified: 40–49 points
  • Silver: 50–59 points
  • Gold: 60–79 points
  • Platinum: 80 points and above

Why do manufacturers benefit from LEED certification?

Everyone benefits from LEED certification. According to the U.S. Green Building Council, “from 2015-2018, LEED-certified buildings are estimated to generate as much as $1.2 billion in energy savings, $149.5 million in water savings, $715.3 million in maintenance savings, and $54.2 million in waste savings.”

Besides the obvious environmental boon, LEED certification can significantly reduce manufacturer’s long-term costs associated with energy use. In addition to lower overall operating costs, buildings that comply with LEED standards may be eligible for tax credits, grants, expedited building permits, and reductions or waivers in fees.

Atlas Copco compressors help facilities achieve LEED certification

Installing an Atlas Copco compressor in your facility is a great start to achieving LEED certification (v. 3.0). Atlas Copco compressors can provide 12 or more credits in EA 1 – Optimize Energy Performance and one credit in ID 1 – Exemplary Performance.

Optimize Energy Performance – Using Atlas Copco compressors can help facilities use up to 35% less energy than with other compressed air systems. This saves money and lowers carbon footprint.

Exemplary Performance – Heat recovery is an effective way to reclaim a large portion of energy used during the compression process. Installing a heat recovery module in conjunction with a compressed air system can lower energy consumption by reusing heat for other facility applications, such as producing hot water.

Go green, save green

Installing energy-efficient machines is just one step on the road to reducing your facility’s carbon footprint. Going green can also impact your bottom line. While it may take extra thought and time to earn certification, your wallet — and the planet— will thank you.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016 19:43

VDC vs. VSD Technology for Air Compressor Power

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