Ohio Broach manufactures broach tools with precisionMay 26, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Broaching is a highly precise and efficient machining process. But in order to achieve a proper cut and machine a quality product, it is essential to have the proper tooling. The Ohio Broach & Machine Company can help with its expertise in broach tool design and manufacturing.
Design and manufacturing
Customers can simply provide Ohio Broach with information about what form needs to be broached, and the company will supply a quotation and create the ideal broach tool. The company has experience manufacturing a wide variety of tools, such as broach inserts (ranging from small to large) and serrated tooth form broach inserts. The company has also manufactured a variety of pull broaches, including magazine well pull broaches, spline pull broaches, and bearing cage rectangular pull broaches.
Advantages of a quality broach tool
Broaching is a highly productive precision machining process that uses a special cutting tool called a broach. The broach has a series of uniformly spaced teeth that are each slightly different from the preceding one. This difference between the teeth determines the shape of the cut.
Ohio Broach has an engineering department with CAD capabilities. The company's experienced engineers can precisely design a broach with the best length, pitch, tooth load, face angle and clearance angle for the application. According to the company, its design and manufacturing processes ensure the completed broach tool offers many advantages.
“The result is a tool that offers longer service life, higher speed, more reliability and greater economy,” the company explains.
In addition to tool design and manufacturing, Ohio Broach offers services in all aspects of broaching, from tool sharpening to machine rebuilds. The company can also provide tool coatings designed to extend tool life, such as titanium nitride, titanium carbonitride, and titanium aluminum nitride.
Visit the company website to learn more.