The turbocharger is regarded as practically indispensable on many of today's engines. There are hardly any diesel engines today which are still driven without a turbocharger. Gasoline engines too are increasingly equipped with a turbocharger in order to satisfy the demands which are now made in terms of efficiency and environmental compatibility. The practice known as downsizing is also contributing to the spread of turbochargers.
Machining the individual components of a turbocharger is extremely demanding for the machining tools because, for technical reasons, increasingly more highly heat resistant alloys are being used.
We have the right cutting tool materials and tool systems for efficient machining solutions.