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American Carbide Tool Carbide Tipped Threading Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5  
🛠️ Brazed Tools, 🔪 Cutting Tools

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Description of American Carbide Tool Carbide Tipped Threading

E-style tool shape has a sharp tip with a 60-degree angle for fine threading. C5 grade uncoated carbide tip for roughing and heavy machining of steel and steel alloys. Neutral cutting direction for right-to-left or left-to-right feed. Positive rake angle provides a sharp edge for making continuous cuts. Square steel shank fits square toolholders.


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Revainrating 4 out of 5

Impressive Threading Tool

This threaded tool from the Cutting Tools category is an impressive addition to the Brazed Tools collection. After I put it to the test, it proved to be efficient and durable, making it a great investment for industrial and scientific purposes. The carbide tip is long-lasting and precise, and it easily cut through even the toughest materials. However, it is a bit heavy and might require extra support during use. Overall, this threading tool is a reliable choice for any professional cutting…

  • Sharp and efficient at cutting threads quickly
  • Requires careful handling due to the sharpness of the carbide tips

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Solid Cutter, Great Price

I use this stone to bevel gun barrels. Something was needed that could come in and out at an angle and leave a clean bevel for polishing. Loved it so much I bought 2 more just in case.

  • Cutting Tools
  • Vanishing

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Cut some pretty honest threads with it.

For cutting 1-3/8 x 24 threads in T6061 aluminum when machining two freewheel adapters for my homemade tricycle. It seems to cut well and the threads work perfectly. I used an aluminum type thread lubricant which cuts threads better than dry thread. This was the first time I actually used my 1949 South Bend Model C for threading. I ordered this because I didn't have threading tools and didn't want to spend a fortune on something I wouldn't use often. But it should be good to use for quite a…

  • Brazed tools
  • Non-automatic