Ceratizit to showcase range of additively manufactured cutting tools at IMTEX 2019

December 18, 2018

Ceratizit to showcase range of additively manufactured cutting tools at IMTEX 2019

Additively manufactured cutting edge holder with PCD cutting edges from Komet


Ceratizit Group, Mamer, Luxembourg, will showcase a range of its products and areas of expertise at IMTEX/Tooltech 2019, Bengalaru, India, January 24-30, 2019. The event, organised by the Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association, offers a key opportunity for international brands in the metal cutting industry to display their newest technologies in machine tools, cutting tools, metrology and more.

During the show, Ceratizit Group will present its four competence brands: Cutting Solutions by Ceratizit, Komet, WNT and Klenk. Among those products on display will be the company’s additively manufactured PCD milling cutters, as well as its high-performance solid carbide tools.

Additively manufactured tools allow increased productivity alongside greater design freedom that conventional methods are restricted by. The tools can feature optimised cooling channel design for improved chip evacuation and more effective cooling.

Also featured will be specialised aerospace solutions for composite, aluminium & HRSA materials; turnkey project solutions – end-to-end solutions for complete machining; industry solutions such as bar peeling and tube scarfing; customised preforms, blanks for hob and high-precision solid carbide rods; industry 4.0 solutions and more.



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