March 2019 – Release of Tungaloy 2019 Introductions.
Since 1929, Tungaloy have been pioneers in materials research, coating technology, the development of cemented carbides and innovative cutting tool solutions.
In 2019, with the release of the New Introductions Catalogue, Tungaloy continue to strengthen its extensive portfolio, developing ground-breaking coatings, geometries and products, ensuring the performance of our tools remains the benchmark in the industry.
November 2018 – Tungaloy chooses University Engineering event to host global product launch.
A University of Wolverhampton Skills & Engineering Day was the venue for the global unveiling of a brand new piece of cutting technology developed by Tungaloy. The company, with its UK based on the university’s science park in Wolverhampton, chose the event for the global launch of its Tung-ForceFeed, a small-diameter high feed indexable milling cutter. It was the first time this innovative new product had been seen outside of the companies Research and Development department in Japan. Tungaloy held live machining demonstrations, along with event partners Hurco and AutoDesk, at the all-day event run at the university’s School of Engineering at Telford. The School was also addressing issues such as graduate recruitment, skills improvements, apprenticeships, industrial problem solving and research opportunities. As part of the event, the collaboration between Tungaloy UK, Autodesk and Hurco enabled delegates to learn more about the mutual benefits to be gained by working with the School of Engineering. Attendees were welcomed by Dr Syed Hasan, Head of the School of Engineering, and were able to see live machining demonstrations from University staff. Tungaloy selected the event to launch TungForceFeed to the delegates who were the first people to see the product in action. Rob Werhun, Managing Director of Tungaloy UK, said: “All the attendees agreed the event was a great success and signifies the start of an exciting journey for not just Tungaloy and the School of Engineering but also future industry partners. “The success of this particular event was down to the collaboration with our partners Hurco and Autodesk. “The main objectives of this and future events is to create industry ready students who will have gained hands on experience by choosing Wolverhampton University for their degree studies. “By offering opportunities to use the School of Engineering’s facilities and train on the machinery which industry use then we make Wolverhampton University a great choice for prospective students.”
Tungaloy UK Managing Director Rob Werhun, interviewed by MTDCNC
Impressive live machine demonstration from the University of Wolverhampton Skills & Engineering