Polygon turning is not often seen on a lathe, as the process and function are not well understood. The challenge is the synchronisation of the axes.
From April 2023, the Horn Group will have a wholly-owned subsidiary in Thailand.
Horn has revised the clamping of the S224 type indexable insert for use in Swiss-type lathes.
With the DR reaming system, HORN offers its own product portfolio for the economical finishing of bores.
HORN is adding further variants to the modular system especially for use on Schütte machines.
Groove milling, cut-off milling or gear milling: these are just three milling processes that the circular interpolation milling system from HORN carries out productively.
The entrepreneur Lothar Horn died on 5th February 2023 at the age of 66 after a long, serious illness. Lothar Horn was the managing director of Paul Horn GmbH in Tübingen.
Shorter machining times, high surface quality and the saving of grinding operations. These are just three of the advantages that hard machining with a geometrically defined cutting edge can bring to the user.
High milling performance, long tool life and continuous optimisation of the tool systems used: HORN demonstrates its know-how in tool technology for ball race milling for constant-velocity joints.
HORN has developed suitable solutions with the μ-Finish system for micromachining as well as with other tool systems and manufacturing processes for Swiss-type lathes.
The technical world and our everyday lives would be unthinkable without them. The production of precise gears can be a challenge for the manufacturer.
For producing gears with a deep profile, HORN has further developed the WSR gear skiving system.