GTA Industrial Supply
5253 PALMERO CT.
BUFORD, GA. 30518

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Phone: 678 288-5881
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Cutting Tools

Our high-quality cutting tools can get you through every job.

Cutting Tools for Every Job

Here at GTA Industrial Supply, we offer a wide variety of high-quality cutting tools to cover every job that comes your way. Whether you are looking for more traditional cutting tools, indexable cutting tools, to high-performance tools that can increase productivity and save time, we can get you exactly what you need. We have products from a variety of well-known manufacturers with thousands of different sizes, styles, and uses.

Our Selection of Industrial Cutting Tool Materials

There are many types of cutting tools withing the machining industry. Depending on the material that needs to be cut, can change the type of material your tool needs to be made of.
Each tool is classified by the material that it is made of such as:

Carbon Steel: A inexpensive metal used to make tools with low-speed operation. Carbon steel is resistant to abrasions and can maintain sharpness through most tasks. However, carbon steels hardness begins to fail around 250 degrees Celsius, so it is not preferred for new modern machining tasks. Carbon steel is used to make various types of cutting tools such as, milling, turning, forming, and twist drills, and is mostly used for cutting softer materials like aluminum, magnesium, and brass.

Cemented Carbide: Cemented carbide is made from a few different metals consisting of tantalum, tungsten, and titanium carbide and uses cobalt to bind them all together. Cutting tools made from this material are extremely durable and can function properly under stress and temperatures well above 1000 degrees Celsius.

High-Speed Steel: This material is made with a variety of alloying elements like, tungsten, molybdenum, chromium, and more. Most tools that use high speed steel are made with a coolant to increase the tools lifespan as they begin to fail at 650 degrees Celsius. High Speed Steel is most often used in drills, sing-point lathes, milling cutters, and broaches.

Diamond Cutting Tools: Diamond is the hardest cutting tool money can buy and while it is quite expensive, they provide a ton of benefits such as extremely high thermal conduction, low friction coefficient, extreme abrasion resistance, and incredibly low thermal expansion. They are best suite for accuracy and surface finishing.

Cubic Boron Nitride: A close second to diamonds, cubic boron nitride tools offer a similar durability to diamonds but still falls short due to slightly lower ratings across the board.

Ceramic: Silicon nitride and aluminum oxide are the two most common ceramic materials used in cutting tools. They offer a high compression strength and is rate for up to 1800 degrees Celsius before deterioration. Also boasting low heat conductivity, and low friction tools made with ceramic usually require no coolant and provide a superior surface finish.

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Types of Industrial Cutting Tools

We supply a wide variety of cutting tools such as end mills, taps, drills, and more with multiple variations of each type.

End Mills:

This is the most common type of cutting tools for CNC while manual mills are mostly used on the sides and top of a piece. Within the mill family of tools are a variety of variations to ensure that you have the necessary equipment for every type of job.

Performance Carbide End Mill: This type of mill is specifically designed for machining a certain material such as plastic, steel, and aluminum.

Carbide End Mill: Regular carbide mills are used more generally and for almost any material.

High-Speed Steel End Mill: Like carbide in terms of application, high-speed steel mills are designed for an array of milling needs on almost every material. They are also available in multiple sizes and single or double ended.

Types of Tools

Drills

Mainly used for lathe and mill work to drill holes into a project piece, drill bits come in a large variety of styles and sizes.

Center Drills: These bits are double ended, made from high-speed steel, and mainly used for setting up a live center. They can also be used to cut 60 degree divots on the ends of a project piece.

Carbide Steel Spot and Chamfer Drill mills: Primarily used for spot drilling, countersinking, and edge chamfering.

Jobber Length Drills: Utilized for most drilling needs and can handle most materials.

Screw Machine Drills: Another general-purpose drill that is usable in most situations. Screw machine drills are also available in a bunch of sizes such as wire, fractional, and letter drill systems.

 

Taps

Taps are mostly used for cutting threading pre-existing drill holes. We have a wide variety of styles and performance capabilities for all our taps.

Spiral Flute Taps: Commonly used in blind hole and when threads are need towards the bottom of a hole. We offer a wide variety of helix options depending on the type of material you are working with.

Spiral Pointed Taps: This type of tap propels chips forward and is great for clearing chips that are ahead of the cutting edge in order to push them out the other end of the hole. Pointed taps are very versatile and work on a wide array of materials.

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OUR SERVICE AREA

We provide industrial supplies and vendor-managed inventory to customers all over the Atlanta Metropolitan area in Georgia. This includes Alpharetta, Auburn, Bogart, Braselton, Buford, Commerce, Cumming, Dacula, Hoschton, Jefferson, Monroe, Statham, and Winder. If your looking for industrials supplies from an affordable and reputable company GTA is here for you!

Our goal is to be more than your main industrial supply company. We want to partner with our customers to help increase your business efficiency and production.

Our Location

GTA Industrial Supply
5253 PALMERO CT.
SUITE C
BUFORD, GA. 30518

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Phone: 678 288-5881
Fax: 678 288-5883

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