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Indexable Inserts

Order indexable inserts for a variety of cutting tools and machines from Grainger. Because they are removable, you can rotate or flip your inserts without disturbing the geometry of the tool you're using. With more than 8,500 in stock, you're sure to find the inserts you need for the task at hand. Shop here for turning inserts, grooving inserts and many more. Order milling inserts for your milling machines and operations. Threading inserts can work effectively with iron and steel. Using an indexable countersink drill? Don't forget to order inserts for those too. Make Grainger your go-to supplier for indexable inserts and all of your indexable tool needs.

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Turning inserts can be used dry in some instances, and generally for very small cuts or limited length of time. Since the coolant removes some of the heat generated during cutting, prolonged cutting without coolant can shorten the life of the insert and affect the properties of the metal. You may want to talk to the manufacturer of the insert and see if there are adjustments you can make to speed and feed that will work better in a dry cut application.
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