cutoff tool

cutoff tool

[′kət‚ȯf ‚tül]
(mechanical engineering)
A tool used on bar-type lathes to separate the finished piece from the bar stock.
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If you don't have either a helper or a rotary cutoff tool and you've tried but can't loosen the locknut yourself, there's still another option to try.
Use only a high-speed rotary cutoff tool, or take the arrows to a pro shop to be cut.
Use a reciprocating saw with a hacksaw blade or, better yet, a cutoff tool. (You can get a cutoff tool for as little as $30 at any home center or hardware store.) Then take the leftovers to the store to match them up with new ones.
This I cut from a piece of bronze shaft using a cutoff tool. But before cutting the piece, I drilled a hole in it to fit an 8-32 screw.
When I run into those situations, I break out my cutoff tool, slice through the rusted part and install new parts.
The new model 42-9LSS 4-axis CNC 1 5/8" bar machining with sub-spindle that utilizes three-sided tool platen featuring 9 live tools (3 on each side), 6 stationary drill holders, 8 turning holders plus a separate cutoff tool holder for complete parts production at one location.
DO-GRIP - A two-cutting edge cutoff tool. A unique twist in the insert geometry doubles the number of cutting edges for deep cutoff tools.
* The cycle starts with the cutoff tool in its furthest advanced position: directly in front of the guide bushing, with the cutting edge just past the center line of the barstock.
Do-Grip--A two-cutting edge cutoff tool. A unique twist in the insert geometry doubles the number of cutting edges for deep-depth cutoff tools.
Four tools are used to produce it: a grooving tool, cutoff tool, a 1/4" dog bone, and an insert turning tool.