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Product description

The advanced design of the JetStream threading bar offers the ability to use the front coolant port to flush chips out of the way so that they do not get packed or re-cut, by simply installing the supplied coolant nozzle screw. This will help prevent damage to the insert, the tool itself and even the part that is being cut. If this is not necessary in an application just replace the coolant screw with the already supplied solid screw and this will disable the front coolant port and use only the coolant port at the tip of the insert. PVD-TiN, Materials and quality: The body's of the Jet-Stream toolholders are built with chromuim-molybdenum alloy steel. This material features properties of high tensile strength and high yield stress resistance. This material is heat treated to 40-44Rc and electoless nickel coated. Electoless nickel coating will prevent the tools against rust providing a long tool life under severe working conditions. Style S - external DorNotch toolholder for threading and grooving DorNotch inserts. Right hand cut.

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