For more than 25 years, Sumitomo Electric Carbide, Inc. has made it their mission to design and produce exceptionally innovative and advanced cutting tool solutions. Aggressive R&D and design ingenuity give customers more choices in turning systems, drilling systems, milling systems and inserts, including PCBN and PCD coated versions. Every Sumitomo solution is painstakingly developed to meet the ever-increasing need for higher productivity in manufacturing.
JIS is an official Authorized Distributor of Sumitomo products. We partner with Sumitomo Electric Carbide, Inc. in its commitment to solving customers' ever-increasing demands for greater productivity, quality and cost-effectiveness. JIS staff participates in regular technical training with Sumitomo in order to help customers find the best Sumitomo application solutions available.
Sumitomo is constantly upgrading and offering new products as machine tool equipment and industry demands are constantly evolving. Speed and precision levels have reached all-time highs. With this in mind, Sumitomo engineers are dedicated to developing and producing products and grades that set new standards, and maximize the performance of customers’ machines.
Sumitomo offers a full catalog of turning inserts for general purpose and finish turning applications. Inserts come in a wide range of materials including Carbide, Cermet, Ceramic, PCD and CBN.
Sumitomo’s milling inserts come in a range of materials that are ideal for machining most steels and hard-to-cut materials such as Inconel®, stainless steels, titanium alloys and tool and die steels. The patented Super ZX and Super FF coatings are featured on the new ACK and ACP series grades.
Sumitomo is a leader in the supply of indexable mills for the metal cutting industry. Products offered cover the full range of materials and milling applications.
Sumitomo’s drilling inserts are manufactured from materials that are ideal for a wide range of holemaking applications.
The Sumitomo WDS Wave Drill Series indexable drill brings together the wear resistance of carbide inserts and the toughness of a steel drill body. This combination lets the customer use higher feed rates to increase productivity.