Widia Turning Grooving & Parting

Grooving and parting operations generally make use of the whole length of the cutting edge, known as the width. Width and depth of operation are determined by the geometry of the insert and the method by which the insert is held. V-shaped insert locating surfaces and/or pin-type holding methods guarantee reliable positioning, even under one-sided loads.

Chip control and removal have been given special attention with specially designed chipbreaker geometries that rule out problems with chip clogging or uncontrollable ribbon chips in grooving and cut-off operations.

The extensive program includes inserts for grooving, cut-off, profiling, and undercutting.