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How to Machine Inconel “Near Dry”

The customer had been machining this Nickle Alloy dry (No Coolant) because to add coolant to the process would have…
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Machining Aluminium “Near Dry”

This video shows how we manufacture our components, in house using our own MQL (Minimal Quantity Lubrication) equipment and Coolube…
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How do we do it?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elHfTwWfnmE We can eliminate coolant for you too. There are many benefits to be gained by employing the Unist "Near…
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How to machining Bisalloy 400 “Near Dry” and extend tool life by up to 80%

Watch how we maintain the same speeds and feeds as were used when employing flood coolant. See how we eat…
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Milling “Near Dry”

Near dry milling produces dry chips and is the way forward being discovered by many customers. No Mess, eliminates ALL…
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Changing from Alucabond/Composite panel to Solid Aluminium Sheet

Do you find yourself having to Route 3mm solid Aluminium sheet in preference to Alucabond/Composite panel? If you are experiencing any of the following you need to talk to our John Barker (Managing Director) of Unist Australia.

  • Ragged cutting
  • Burning out cutters
  • Breaking router bits
  • Terrible surface finish
  • Just the inability to get the job done

We understand your problem, you need to lubricate the routing cutter with our 3 nozzle Coolubricator.

For help on this matter call John Barker on 02 8850 2022 or email [email protected].

Watch a Routing video: https://unist.com.au/routing