Free machining-calculator app

Sept. 22, 2010
Sandvik Coromant has released a free app intended to provide engineers and machinists a handy resource for calculating cutting data. Once downloaded and installed, the app helps users optimize turning, milling, and drilling applications by calculating ...

Sandvik Coromant has released a free app intended to provide engineers and machinists a handy resource for calculating cutting data. Once downloaded and installed, the app helps users optimize turning, milling, and drilling applications by calculating settings based on a job's specific parameters. The Machining Calculator App features a help button that provides additional information on the calculation being executed and the input needed to generate results. The app works with both metric and inch measurements and is available for iPhone and Android phones. For more information

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