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Knurling Tools & WheelsKnurling Tools & WheelsTechnical SupportKnurling Tools Applications Form for Manual & CNC MachinesKnurling Tools TerminologyKnurling Tools Technical DataKnurling Tools Tooth & Pitch CalculationsKnurling Pattern InformationKnurling Tools Proper Print DimensionsKnurling Tools Diametral Knurling InformationKnurling Tools Knurled DiametersKnurling Tools Speeds & FeedsCommon Knurling ProblemsKnurling Tools Forming Operation InstructionsKnurling Tools Cutting Operation InstructionsApplication for Clean, Well-formed Knurl or SerrationsMathematical Conversion FactorsMetric Conversion Formula and TablesSafety Precautions & Product HazardsKnurling Tools For CNC and Manual LathesGraphic IndexKnurling Tools Identification ChartKnurl WheelsKnurling Wheels Identification SystemKnurling Wheels TechnologyKnurling Wheels Series SelectionKnurling Tools Spare PartsSpare PartsH-2Call: 979-282-2861Fax:

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Knurling Tools & WheelsCNC ModularShank for Standard Series ModularKnurling HeadsCNC ModularShank for SMALL Series ModularKnurling HeadsSWFKTSingle Wheel FixedKnurling ToolHDSWFKTHeavy DutySingle WheelFixed Knurling ToolPage H-28Page H-32Page H-40CNC-1-21 - Light Duty 60º Diamond Cutting KnurlingHeadSCNC-1-21-SMALL Light Duty 60º Diamond CuttingKnurling HeadSSWFKTSingle Shoulder Wheel FixedKnurling ToolPage H-28Page H-33Page H-42CNC-2-R2 - Heavy Duty 60º Diamond Cutting KnurlingHeadSCNC-6-26- SMALL ShoulderForming Knurling HeadFKTFixed Knurling ToolKTM109Heavy Duty Style Straddle SquareShank Knurling Tool1.5" & 2.5"Diameter RangePage H-48(See page for Interchangeable Arms)KTW109Shoulder StyleStraddle Square ShankKnurling Tool1.5" & 2.5"Diameter RangePage H-49(See page for Interchangeable Arms)KTO109Heavy Duty StyleStraddle Square ShankKnurling Tool4.0"DiameterPage H-41Page H-28Page H-33CNC-3-M3 - Extra Heavy Duty60º Diamond CuttingKnurling HeadSCNC-7-D7- SMALL StraddleForming Knurling HeadSFKTShoulder Fixed Knurling ToolKTW109-40Shoulder StyleStraddle Square Shank Knurling Tool4.0"Diameter RangePage H-28Page H-33Page H-43Page H-51(See page for Interchangeable Arms)CNC-4-M4- Double WheelFormingKnurling HeadSCNC-8-27- SMALL StraddleForming Knurling HeadSCKNSelf Centering Knurling ToolHDSCKNHeavy DutySelf CenteringKnurling ToolCNC109-MSide MountFlange Square ShankKnurling Tool1.5 & 2.5Diameter RangePage H-29Page H-33Page H-38CNC-5-O5- Single WheelFormingKnurling Head107STStraight CuttingKnurling ToolSSCKShoulderSelf Centering Knurling ToolPage H-29Page H-34Page H-39CNC-6-46- Shoulder FormingKnurling Head107STStraight CuttingShoulderKnurling ToolTIKTTrue InternalKnurling Tool3WKTThree WheelKnurling ToolPage H-29Page H-35Page H-44Page H-57CNC-7-R7- Straddle FormingKnurling Head3SHKTThree Swivel HeadFormingKnurling ToolSIKTShoulder InternalKnurling ToolKnurling WheelsPage H-29Page H-37Page H-45Page H-60CNC-8-27- Straddle FormingKnurling HeadFACEKTSingle Wheel FaceFormingKnurling ToolMMKTMilling MachineKnurling ToolSpare PartsPage H-29Page H-36Page H-46Page H-71H-4Call: 979-282-2861Fax: 888-508-7055Page H-50(See page for Interchangeable Arms)Visit:www.doriantool.comPage H-52(See page for Interchangeable Arms)CNC109-4Side MountShoulder Square ShankKnurling Tool1.5 & 2.5Diameter RangePage H-53(See page for Interchangeable Arms)

Knurling Tools Applications Form for Manual & CNC MachinesIf your knurling application is not in the chart, please supply prints and information.Knurling ApplicationDiamond ShoulderlessDiamond to a ShoulderKnurling Tool RecommendationBESTBETTERGOODKnurling ApplicationStraight ShoulderlessKnurling Tool RecommendationBESTBETTERGOODSCNC- -1-2SCNC- -7-DSCKN- -DW-SCNC- 7-D107ST-CMC- 5-OCNC- -1-2CNC- -7-R3SHKT- -CNC- 7-R107ST-SWKT- -CNC- -2-RKTM109- -MCNC- -4-MKTM109- -MCNC- 4-M CNC- -3-MKTO109- -OKTO109- -OSCKN- -DW-3WKT- -3SHKT- -3WKT- -BESTSCNC- -6-2BETTERKT109- -4CNC- -6-4GOODStraight to a ShoulderBESTBETTERSCCK- -DW-KTW109- -4SCNC- -6-2KTM-109- -M3WKT- -CNC- -6-4GOODFKT- -3WKT- -Diamond BandBESTBETTERGOODSCNC- -7-D-SCKN- -DW-SFKT- -CNC- -7-R3SHKT- -SWKT- -Small Diameter DiamondShoulderlessBEST3WKT- -BETTERGOODSCNC- -7-DSFKT- -CNC- -7-RSWFKT- -KTM109- -MKTO109- -OStraight BandSmall Diameter StraightShoulderlessCNC- -4-M CNC- -5-OSmall Diameter Diamondto a ERGOODSpecialSmall Diameter Straightto a ShoulderDiamond CrestTaper Diamond3WKT- -Taper StraightBESTBETTERGOODSCNC- -7-DSCKN- DW-SFKT- -CNC- -7-R3SHKT- -SWKT- -Internal DiamondBESTTIKT- SIKT- -KTM109- -MCNC- -4-MCNC- -5-OInternal StraightStraight CrestRadio FaceBESTBETTERGOODMilling DiamondSpecialBESTMMKT- -Milling StraightCall: 979-282-2861Fax: oriantool.comH-5

Knurling Tools Applications Form for Manual & CNC MachinesFigure 1 - Full KnurlingKnurl Wheel IdentificationCDEdge Knurl PitchFigure 2 - Band KnurlingTPI Is the number of teeth per inchCDKPCircular Pitch Is the distance between tooth to toothDiametral Pitch Is the number of teeth per inch of diameterDAKDBKREBKL1BKL2FEPα (Metric Pitch and Inch Pitch)WL1.0”TPIFigure 3 - Shoulder KnurlingCD(Teeth per inch)KPKnurling SpecificationDAKDBKREKLx Check Knurling SpecificationSDFEWLSKPStraight KnurlDKPM Diamond Knurl MaleDKPRDiagonal Knurl RightDKPFDKPLDiagonal Knurl LeftDiamond Knurl FemaleFill Knurling DimensionKPKnurl PitchInchFigure 4 - Crest KnurlingMetric P-mmKPD1DAKDBKFEKLWLH-6AP % of Knurl DepthDPCDRETPICall: 979-282-2861DBK Diameter (Blank) Before KnurlingFEFront End DistanceDAK Diameter After KnurlingRERear End DistanceKLCDChuck DistanceBKL1 Band Knurling Length 1SDShoulder DiameterBKL2 Band Knurling Length 2D1Shoulder DiameterWLFax: 888-508-7055Knurling LengthWorkpiece

Knurling Tools Applications Form for Manual & CNC MachinesFigure 5 - ID Internal KnurlingKnurling SpecificationFill Knurling DimensionSKLTIDSIDTIDTrue Internal DiameterSKL Shoulder Knurling LengthSIDShoulder Internal DiameterKPKnurl PatternPIKnurl PitchTKL True Knurling LengthInchTPIDPKPTKLFigure 6 - Face KnurlingMetricP-mmInchTPIMetricP-mmInchTPIKnurling SpecificationFill Knurling DimensionKPIDKP Knurl PatternInside DiameterOD Outside DiameterIDPI Knurl PitchDPODTKLKnurling SpecificationFigure 7 - Taper KnurlingFill Knurling DimensionKPDKP Knurl PatternSmall DiameterD1 Large DiameterDPIKnurl PitchDPD1Figure 8 - Milling KnurlingMetricP-mmInchTPIKnurling SpecificationFill Knurling DimensionKPKWKW Knurling WidthKP Knurl PatternKLPIKnurling LengthKnurl PitchDPMetricP-mmKLKnurling Tool RecommendationKnurling Production Toolholder StyleManualCNCLeftRightCall: 979-282-2861Heat TreatedSwissOtherToolholder SizeFax: 888-508-7055Customer InformationFigureDorian Tool RecommendationDateItemUPCCompanyKnurling ToolContactKnurling HeadE-mailKnurling WheelTelephoneKnurling .comPriceDeliveryH-7

Knurling Pattern InformationKnurling ApplicationKnurl Wheel UsedStraightLeft Hand DiagonalRight Hand DiagonalFemale DiamondStraightPatternRight Hand DiagonalPatternLeft Hand DiagonalPatternMale DiamondPattern (Raised Points)StraightPatternRight Hand DiagonalPatternLeft Hand DiagonalPatternOne WheelIn-feed (Plunge)End-feedIn-feed (Plunge) with(1) wheel fixedknurling tool holderEnd-feed with(1) wheel fixedknurling tool holderKnurling ApplicationKnurl Wheel UsedMale DiamondStraightLeft Hand DiagonalRight Hand DiagonalRight HandLeft HandStraightPatternRight Hand DiagonalPatternLeft Hand DiagonalPatternMale DiamondPattern (Raised Points)Straight PatternRight Hand DiagonalPatternLeft Hand DiagonalPatternMale DiamondPattern (Raised Points)Two WheelsIn-feed (Plunge)In-feed (Plunge) with(2) wheels fixedknurling tool holderIn-feed (Plunge) withAdjustableStraddle Styleknurling tool holderNOTE:In-feed (Plunge): When the knurl wheel is pushed against to the part into radial directionEnd-feed: When the Knurl wheel moves longitudinal to the axis of the work pieceH-8Call: 979-282-2861Fax:

Knurling Pattern InformationKnurling ApplicationKnurl Wheel UsedStraightLeft Hand DiagonalRight Hand DiagonalMale DiamondRight HandLeft HandTwo WheelsEnd-feedStraight PatternRight Hand Diagonal PatternLeft Hand Diagonal PatternMale DiamondPattern (Raised Points)End-feed (2) wheelswith adjustablestraddle knurlingtool holderStraight PatternRight Hand Diagonal PatternLeft Hand Diagonal PatternMale DiamondPattern (Raised Points)End-feed (2) wheelswith adjustable fixedknurling tool holderStraightLeft Hand DiagonalRight Hand DiagonalMale DiamondRight HandLeft HandThree WheelsEnd-feedStraight PatternRight Hand Diagonal PatternMaleFemaleIn-feedIn-feedLeft Hand Diagonal PatternMale DiamondPattern (Raised Points)End-feed (3) wheelswith AdjustableKnurl holdercross slideMale and Female Diamondknurl wheel patternCan be used only In-FeedMax. knurl Diamond pattern on theworkpiece is equal to the width ofthe knurl wheelIn-FeedTool Depth with Standard Circular Pitch KnurlType of KnurlPercentage of Depth of KnurlStraight Tooth35% of Circular Pitch(P)Diagonal35% of Normal Circular Pitch (Pn)Diamond40% of Normal Circular Pitch (Pn)Diamond Female25% of Normal Circular Pitch (Pn)Table 6 See page H-16Call: 979-282-2861Fax: 888-508-7055Circular Pitchinchesmetric1"TPIPitch ntool.comH-9

Knurling Tools ApplicationsForming Knurling Versus Cutting KnurlFor Best Knurling Performance- In Forming Knurl, the knurl wheel's axis is set parallel to the workpiece axis, andforced against workpiece displacing the material to form the knurl patternBefore beginning Knurling process check:- Diameter before knurl- A large amount of pressure is required to displace the material that forms the knurlpattern, and pressure increases with workpiece diameter, pitch size and hardness- Diameter after knurl- Knurl pitch- In a large workpiece diameter, large knurl pitch, and hard material, a multi knurlingpass may be required to achieve the correct knurl pattern- Workpiece to be concentric- Set wheels on center line of workpiece- For best performance and quality in Forming Knurl, when possible, a StraddleKnurling Tool is to be used, the pressure is divided within the knurl wheels over theworkpiece, and pressure against the spindle of the machine is totally neutralized.- Use beveled edge wheels when form knurling- Use full faced wheels when cut knurling- Use beveled edge wheel when knurl forming to protect the edge from chipping andfor smooth knurling surface.- Always use coolant when knurling- The standard knurling depth is 35% of knurl circular pitch.- Use full face Knurled wheel when knurl cutting, the knurl wheels axis are set onnegative angle, the sharp edge will cut the knurl pattern into the workpiece- In cutting knurl, less pressure is required for the operation, higher speed and feedcan be used, (use the same cutting date of High Speed or Cobalt turning tools)Inch Example: Knurling Depth of 20 TPI KnurlCircular Pitch of 20TPI is: 1.000/20 .050”Knurling Depth is: .050” x .035% .0175” per side- Use full faced knurl wheel when knurl cutting.Metric Example: Knurling Depth of 2mm KnurlKnurling Depth is: 2mm x .035% .7mm per side- If the knurl double tracks, the knurl wheel is not deep enough in to workpiece, increaseknurling depth- If the knurl crest rolls over, the knurl wheel is to deep in to the workpiece, decreaseknurling depth- If the knurl is not tracking, the workpiece diameter is not correct for full number of teeth,diameter must adjusted up or down by using a tracking formula.In-Feed Knurling, when the knurl wheel enter into the workpiece radially.Once the knurl wheel has reached the depth, will take from 5 to 20 revolutions to completethe knurling operation. The revolution changes for the same size with the workpiecematerial hardness and knurl pitch.End-Feed Knurling, when the knurl wheel enter into the workpiece axially.The depth of the knurl wheel must be set before the wheel get in contact with theworkpiece, the depth and pressure changes for the same size with the workpiece materialhardness and knurl pitch.Knurling Pitch Tracking FormulaStepUse Cutting Knurl Tool for:- Small to medium workpiece diameter- Medium to large workpiece diameter- To the shoulder knurling- To shoulderless diameter knurling- To centerless workpiece- To hard workpiece materials- To band knurling application- To long knurling application with livecenter- When high surface finish required- For higher productivityKnurling is ordinarily performed at the same speeds used as cutting operations. Usethe same SFM used for high speed and cobalt tool bits to calculate speeds and feeds.However, where spindle speeds can be reduced without loss of production, it is recommended that spindle speeds be lowered as much as possible to increase knurl life.Knurling Pitch Tracking Formula(See page H-12 for formula)CalculationUse Forming Knurl Tool for:InchStepCalculationMetric12345678TPIDiameter of the part after knurlGrowth after Knurl based on pitchDiameter of the blank before knurlKnurl wheel diameter and pattern (Straight)Knurl wheel seriesKnurl wheel tracking valueNumber of teeth on the 63.39312345678Circular pitchDiameter of the part after knurlGrowth after knurl based on pitchDiameter of the blank before knurlKnurl wheel diameter and pattern (Straight)Knurl wheel seriesKnurl wheel tracking value (.033 X 25.4)Number of teeth on the workpiece2.5 mm50.00 mm.97 mm49.03 mm19.00 mmR0,84 mm58.4991011CorrectionSelect the full number of teeth on the work pieceKnurl wheel tracking valueNew starting diameter number of teeth x tracking value640.033”2.112”91011CorrectionSelect the full number of teeth on the work pieceKnurl wheel tracking valueNew starting diameter number of teeth x tracking value580.8382mm48.615mmH-10Call: 979-282-2861Fax:

Knurling Tools TerminologyTwo Ways to Achieve KnurlingApplications of knurlingKnurling has a wide variety of applications in day-to-day use. It is mostcommonly used for decorative purposes and for serrating surfaces wherecomponents are locked or keyed together in unit assemblies.The term "knurling" designates both the process and the knurled portionof the work.(1) FormingKnurl forming is achieved by pushing the knurl wheels against the blank whilerotating. This will cause the material to be displaced in cold form, reproducingthe same wheel pattern on the blank circumference.The blank is increased accordingly to the Knurl Pitch. The force applied throughforming is increased in larger diameters making knurling difficult and slow.Knurling is obtained by displacement of the material when the knurl ispressed against the surface of a rotating work blank. A knurled tooth is"V" shaped.Knurling tools are used for producing STRAIGHT, DIAGONAL or MALEand DIAMOND patterns, having teeth of uniform pitch on cylindrical surFEMALE, TAPER, ROUND and FLAT surface.Use beveled edge wheel when knurl forming to protect the edge from chipping andfor smooth knurl surface.Knurling and Pitch SystemsThe CIRCULAR PITCH SYSTEM knurling is related to the distancebetween the teeth on the circumference of the work blank inch or metricIn inches it usually expressed in terms of the number of teeth per inch(TPI), although sometimes erroneously referred to as Pitch.The DIAMETRAL PITCH SYSTEM (inch system only) knurling is designed to permit work blank diameters of standard fractional stock sizesranging from 3/32" - 1".(2) CuttingKnurl cutting is achieved by using knurl wheels to actually cut instead of formingthe blank. The knurl wheels are set at an angle, making the knurling edges ofthe knurl wheels cut into the blank. Pressure is minimized while speed and feedare increased.In-Feed Knurling (Plunge) (CNC -"X")Straight or diamond knurling can be produced by using either one or twoknurls mounted in a holder in the front or rear of the cross slide whichapplies direct pressure to the work.Diamond knurls require greater pressure than straight or diagonal knurls,sometimes placing prohibitive loads on both machine and work, causingdamage to the machine.Use full face Knurled wheel when knurl cutting, the knurl wheels axis are set onnegative angle, the sharp edge will cut the knurl pattern into the workpieceFor a better knurling, Adjustable Floating Straddle Type Holders with twoknurls are used. The two opposed knurls form the knurling as they arefed onto the blank. Side pressure on the work and the machine spindle isreduced with the straddle type holders, as most of the pressure requiredfor knurling is absorbed in the holder.For Best Knurling Results1. Diameter of part being knurled should be turned to size and concentric toachieve a good knurling quality.2. Knurl wheels must be exactly in center line with the work piece for an evenknurl pattern.End-Feed Knurling (To Chuck) (CNC -"Z")Straight, diagonal, or diamond knurling may be produced with end-feedtype knurling holders mounted on the compound or turret.Knurls used for end-feed knurling should have beveled edges. Onlystraight and diagonal knurls can be used with the end-feeding holders.When producing diagonal and diamond knurling, the straight knurls areswiveled in the holder to obtain the diagonal and diamond knurling as theknurls are fed over the blank.Straight knurling may be produced with end-feeding holders using eitherstraight or diagonal knurls.End-feeding knurling method permits easier starting of the knurls withuniform raise up of material, resulting in high quality knurling.3. Knurl wheels are to run freely and the knurl pin must be secured on the toolholder (the use of a carbide pin is recommended).4. Use heavy flow of coolant to keep the knurl wheels cool and clean.5. There are formulas to calculate depth of cut, tracking pitch and cutting parameter. Because of different material hardness, before starting production follow theinstructions and with trial error the best result will be achieved.When Ordering a Knurling Tool, Specify:1. Knurl pattern6. Qty. of parts being knurled2. Pitch style7. Tool center height3. Type of knurl8. Tool shank size4. Diameter range9. Right hand or Left hand5. Type of materialSpeed and FeedsFor in-feed knurling, the knurl should be fed toward the work gradually untilcontact is made with the blank. This can be completed within 5 to 25 workrevolutions of the working piece.For end-feed knurling, the feeds used with the turret vary considerably andare dependent on the pitch of the knurl, the material, the diameter of thework blank, and the hardness being knurled.Knurling Tools Available:1. Metric System2. Inches SystemExample: FKT20 Metric System 20 mm ShankFKT75 Inches System 3/4 in ShankCall: 979-282-2861Fax: oriantool.comH-11

Knurling Tools Tooth & Pitch CalculationsKnurl PatternsHelix Angle30º60ºHelix Angle30ºDiamond PatternHelix Angle 30ºMale or FemaleSTRAIGHTKNURLINGLEFT-HANDKNURLINGTooth FormA knurled tooth is V-shaped and the depth of the tooth is less than thedepth of a theoretical V-form. The tooth has a rounded root and crest.The relationship between the actual depth of tooth to the theoretical Vvaries with the pitch of the teeth. On finer pitches, the tooth is a smallerproportion of the theoretical V-depth than coarser pitches. Also, femalediamond patterns have shallower tooth depth than male diamond patterns.RIGHT-HANDKNURLINGDIAMONDKNURLStraight KnurlingTraverse TPImeasuredalong edgeof knurlingHelix Angle30º unlessoth

Metric Conversion Formula and Tables Safety Precautions & Product Hazards Knurling Tools For CNC and Manual Lathes Graphic Index Knurling Tools Identification Chart Knurl Wheels Knurling Wheels Identification System Knurling Wheels Technology Knurling Wheels Series Selection Knurling Tools Spare Parts Spare Parts Knurling Tools & Wheels. Call: 979-282-2861 Fax: 888-508-7055 Visit:www .

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