LACH DIAMANT invites you to the JEC Europe Composites Show Paris, March 10 to March 12, 2015 – Hall 7.3 Stand M 78

02.02.2015

LACH DIAMANT invites you to the JEC Europe Composites Show
Paris, March 10 to March 12, 2015 – Hall 7.3 Stand M 78

At the JEC Europe in Paris LACH DIAMANT will present
50 years of know-how in the manufacturing and application
of superior diamond tools for composite machining

GRP, CFRP – Composites – are just like aluminium the prevailing materials for the present-day manufacturing in the aircraft and wind power industries, wood and wood- like material, the furniture and printed circuit board industries. These materials are finding applications in sports equipment and medical technology and are gaining more and more scope in the automobile and accessory industry.

LACH DIAMANT as the pioneer in the development of diamond tools, since the Sixties has been a leading supplier in other words for for more than 50 years.

At the beginning, the natural diamond alone was considered the indispensable material for the manufacturing of these diamond tools with monocrystalline natural diamond cutting edges for turning and milling; for the grinding/cutting long time trained and skilled workers, the natural diamond cutters, had to be employed.

1973 – after the first availability of the stable synthetic polycrystalline diamonds PCD at LACH DIAMANT, a development thrust was put into motion which has revolutionized up to now complete industries.

Further pioneering achievements by LACH DIAMANT were accompanied by the discovery of spark erosion for PCD, which enabled for the first time an efficient processing/forming of polycrystalline electric conducting cutting materials.

The foundation for the manufacturing of rotating PCD tools, such as routers, drills, countersinks and reaming tools was established.

The result was, for example, compact monoblock diamond tools (without expensive changes of cutting edges) which passed practical tests with flying colours in the woodworking industry for cutting laminated particle boards. This was the basic principle for the further present success of the several patented monoblock diamond cutters and drills for the processing/machining of GRP and CFRP materials in the plastic and aircraft industries as well as for aluminium machining in the automobile and accessory industries. Many patents, the most recent one, cryogenic cutting, namely »Cool Injection« are evidence of this.

At the JEC, LACH DIAMANT will showcase a representative programme of PCD tools as well as electro-plated diamond tools for the complete processing of composites. Professional consultation is guaranteed at our stand M 78 in hall 7.3.

For further information go to www.lach-diamant.de or Tel. +49 6181 103 822 and visit us as well at the Composite Europe in Stuttgart and at the Productronica in Munich.