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Looking for some tool info Results 1 to 7 of 7. Thread: Anyone have some old valenite catalogs? Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Anyone have some old valenite catalogs? I have some tooling I can't find info on.
I am game to hunt it myself if I knew where to find it, but walter's site kinda sucks, and it turns up no goodies when googling Heck, it probably says in the name, but I am new to the lathe game, and I don't know what any of this stuff means Thanks for any help!
On page of the PDF file is a nice graphic showing what all the alpha-numeric jibberish actually means. Of note is that if your holder does look like the one in the link provided by drewboyer, then the angles stated are correct. I see that exact holder in a hardcopy Valenite catalog I have. That said, I don't see that particular holder in that PDF version Turning catalog, leading me to believe it was discontinued before catalog was printed, or at least they changed the callout to be "MVVWNR 16 3D", as shown on that page Not the normal way of measuring lead If the front angle is critical and you want the front lead be careful here.
The included angle of the insert is distorted by the negative rake. A 35 degree insert tipped negative is not 35 degrees between cutting edges. A small difference but enough to puck you up and piss off the QC guys if you make toolholders.
In most applications you can't use the " degree" side anyways as you will run out of heel clearance quickly. Thanks guys! I haven't found the old turning catalog on.
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