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KYOCERA launches new industrial cutting tool: MFH mini is a small-diameter, high-feed endmill

Achieves high efficiency and high feed rate with multi-edge design

Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera announced the launch of the MFH mini, a small-diameter, high-feed endmill* for processing metal parts. The new product achieves highly efficient processing by utilizing the company’s proprietary, newly designed insert and is now available.

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Kyocera Unimerco offers individual solutions for cutting tool production

Custom production of indexable inserts and special tool holders is available with short lead times.

Kyoto/Neuss – Effective immediately, the Kyocera Unimerco Group will offer its customers a special service: Production of custom indexable inserts and tool holders, which offer precise solutions for customers’ individual requirements. Kyocera Unimerco can also individually adapt the cutting edge, giving it a special profile for the respective application, and develop tool holders that are suitable for both custom inserts and standard indexable inserts from Kyocera.

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KYOCERA Unimerco to Acquire Lithuanian Woodworking Tool Manufacturer, Making it a Wholly Owned Subsidiary

Acquisition aimed at strengthening woodworking tool business in Europe

Kyoto/Neuss – The Kyocera Group’s (President: Goro Yamaguchi) subsidiary in charge of manufacturing and sales of industrial cutting tools, Kyocera Unimerco A/S (President: Senri Nagashima; herein “KUA”) announced today that it has acquired all shares of Garsdalo Medienos Technologija UAB (President: Ole Garsdal, headquarters: Vilnius, Republic of Lithuania, herein “GMT”), a manufacturer and distributor of woodworking tools. The share transfer agreement was concluded on April 27, making GMT a wholly owned subsidiary of KUA. Through this acquisition, KUA aims to strengthen its woodworking tool business currently centered in Northern Europe, and nearly double its sales in this business segment by FY2020 (April 2019 to March 2020).

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KYOCERA Develops New Cermet Grades for Cutting Tools Industry

New TN620 and PV720 cermets for steel processing offer 50% better abrasion resistance and fracture resistance than conventional grades

Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera Corporation announced that it has developed a new series of cermet grades offering a 50%* improvement in abrasion resistance and fracture resistance over conventional materials used as industrial cutting-tool inserts.

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KYOCERA Introduces New Industrial Cutting Tools for Cast Iron Machining

Kyocera MFK milling tools reduce costs, improve quality in machining workpieces of complex-shaped cast iron

Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera Corporation today launched its new MFK indexable milling cutter for cast iron, a milling system that will allow machinists to reduce costs and improve their milling operations through the use of double-sided, 10-edge negative inserts.

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Kyocera Unimerco announces joint venture with Turkish company Bilginoglu Endüstri

Partnership which aims to further strengthen market presence to start in Istanbul from April 2015

Kyoto/Sunds/Neuss – After almost 20 years of working together, Kyocera is joining forces with the Turkish industrial enterprise Bilginoglu Endüstri as part of a joint venture. With a sales target for the middle term of approximately EUR 10 million, the joint venture will be established in Istanbul along with a logistics center. A Technical Center will also be established in 2016 to strengthen technical support for Turkish customers.

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KYOCERA INTRODUCES MFH HIGH FEED MILLING CUTTER WITH ANTI-VIBRATION DESIGN

New tool raises cutting productivity, allowing higher feed rates with less vibration

Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera Unimerco Tooling GmbH introduced its new MFH - High Feed Milling Cutter, which features an anti-vibration design for increased productivity in ramping and helical milling at high speeds. The MFH offers a variety of cutting options with three different inserts designed specifically to enhance general milling; to support large depth-of-cut operations (up to 5mm), and to provide a wiper edge for roughing and finishing, even in small machining centers.

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KYOCERA UNIMERCO OPENS REPRESENTATIVE SALES BRANCH IN ISTANBUL

Turkish market offers major growth opportunities in a dynamic economic region

Kyoto/Neuss – The Kyocera Unimerco Group opened a representative office in Istanbul on July 1, 2014. The company’s new office in the Turkish metropolis is a clear indication of its increased commitment in the emerging economic region ‒ not least due to closer relationships with customers at local level.

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KYOCERA'S CUTTING TOOL BUSINESS CONTINUES TO EXPAND: INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS AND A NEW PLANT IN INDIA

Kyocera's new PG chipbreaker for inserts offers excellent chip control and a high level of cutting edge stability. The new product ensures high levels of productivity in the process of medium roughing and roughing steel. Other innovations from the company include the CA510 and CA530 CVD-coated carbide grades for steel machining, which complete the CA5 series. Another new development is the opening of Kyocera's first high-tech production site in India, in the city of Jamshedpur, which represents the latest stage in the company's expansion plans.

Kyoto/Neuss – Inserts from Kyocera provide perfect results under a wide variety of conditions throughout the steel machining process, from precision machining to roughing. The new PG chipbreaker allows for excellent chip control, and also prevents the formation of shavings and the possibility of chip biting.

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KYOCERA PRESENTS NEW CUTTING TOOL SOLUTIONS AT EMO HANNOVER TRADE FAIR

Kyoto/Neuss – At this year’s EMO, the leading trade fair for metalworking in Hannover (Germany), Kyocera presents its latest innovative products in the field of cutting tools: the MRW milling cutter with round insert and the new CVD coated carbide grade CA5 series. The MRW cutter adopts a double-sided round insert with the new grades CA6535 and PR1535 which enable extremely high-efficiency machining. The CA5 series delivers excellent abrasion resistance and fracture resistance — 1.5-times higher than conventional grades.

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