“Arcceed” diamond cutting tool
This is a single-crystal diamond radius cutting tool with a cutting edge waviness of 50 nm or less. It realizes high-precision machining, thus reducing mold production processing requirements. Due to its fine rake and clearance surface, it can elicit better performance of a 3-axis machining device and improve the copying performance of molds. It also realizes high-precision machining by a 2-axis machining device.
“Arcceed” diamond end mill
This high quality single-crystal diamond ball end mill can be used at speeds up to 100,000 revolutions per minute (RPM). It has a fine cutting edge and a low axis deviation. W.A.90 products will be available.
Diamond forming cutting tool
This is a single-crystal diamond forming cutting tool manufactured using our forming and polishing technology. It realizes forming mirror machining for high-precision production of complex shapes consisting of plastics or soft metals.
“Miracle” diamond cutting tools
These are single-crystal diamond cutting tools for producing smooth mirror surfaces. They are used for photoconductive drums (for cylinder), polygon mirrors (for end face), etc.
“Hi-PAX” PCD/PCBN cutting tools
These cutting tools are used for precision machining of mass production parts. The PCD (polycrystalline diamond) tool is used for machining ceramics, plastics, and non-ferrous metals while the PCBN (polycrystalline CBN) tool is used for high-hardness alloy tool metals and difficult-to-cut nickel alloys. These tools possess finer cutting
surfaces than other carbide tools and can last up to ten times longer.
“Hi-PAX” PCD end mills/reamers
These tools are widely used for the precision machining of plastics, aluminum alloys, carbon materials, and ceramics. They can also be used as wood router bits. The tools produce fine finished surfaces that carbide tools cannot match, offer high abrasion resistance, and can last up to ten times longer than carbide tools.
“Hi-PAX” PCD/PCBN inserts
These inserts can be attached to cutting tools much like carbide inserts. However, compared to carbide inserts, these inserts produce finer finished surfaces and can last up to ten times longer. They can also be made in various shapes and the most appropriate chip material for target work materials can be available.