Mitsubishi Materials at EMO 2023 : New Products & Mixed Reality Brand Experience!


Mitsubishi Materials will have a strong presence at this year’s EMO exhibition with a large booth in Hall 5 at stand C18.

Visitors will, as always, find the latest generation high tech tooling. Mitsubishi’s friendly local and international experienced sales and technical engineering team will be on hand to answer any questions surrounding solutions to metal cutting problems.

A dedicated section of the stand will be showing the latest mixed reality technology. Here visitors will be able to virtually interact with the DIAEGDE brand tooling and see how they can provide solutions and the most up to date processes that optimise production.

On display on the stand will be cutting tools and bodies highlighting next generation technology in carbide substrates, advanced geometries and state-of-the-art coatings. The automotive sector displays will feature the new MC5100 series of inserts for high efficiency turning of cast iron. An explanation of the benefits of the new coating for this innovative grade, featuring SUB-Grip coating technology that prevents peeling during high feed machining will be shown.

Also in the automotive sector, other coated grades and CBN inserts for steel machining can be viewed alongside actual components that have been machined using Mitsubishi tools. Other industrial sectors, Aerospace and Medical will also have a strong emphasis on up to date cutting tools and actual machined components. This theme will demonstrate real examples that visitors can relate to in their industry.

Featured in the Aerospace area will be the new screw-in type AXD400 as an addition to the AXD series for high metal removal rates when machining aluminium alloys.

This new tool for aluminium is complemented by tools dedicated to machining the completely opposite material spectrum of titanium alloys and other heat resistant super alloys that are commonly used in aero engines. Amongst these are the VQ Smart Miracle solid carbide end mills that are specifically designed for long tool life when cutting tough heat resistant super alloys. Other interesting tools for general machining will also be on display and an area for communication and refreshment will be available for visitors to stick around and discuss their tooling requirements with the experts on the Mitsubishi team.

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