ISMS™ is an Authorized Distributor for LMT USA / LMT TOOLS, including
LMT Fette, LMT Belin, LMT Bilz, LMT Kieninger, LMT Onsrud, & LMT
Boehlerit. LMT Group Products include Fette Thread Rolling Die Heads &
Thread Rolls, Thread Rolling Systems, Thread Rolling Attachments,
Threading Tools, Gear Cutting Tools, Milling Cutters, Chamfering Tools, &
Other High Performance Tooling for the Precision Metalworking Industry.
Workholding, Tool Holders & Accessories for Automatic Screw Machines
& CNC Turning & Milling; Davenport® Parts, Attachments, Machines
LMT USA, Inc. products are recognized
as market leaders for increasing productivity, tool life and overall tool
performance. In North America, LMT specializes in applications where the
strengths of all six companies offer customers unrivaled solutions. These
specialties include Automotive Components, Mold & Die Solutions, Threaded
Products, Steel & Tube Processing, Gear Cutting, & Cutting Tool
LMT USA: First known as
Saarberg Intertool in 1982, the company originally focused on hobs, end
mills, crankshaft milling tools, and thread rolling tools. Saarberg
Intertool came to be known as Fette Tool Systems in 1998 and product lines
were expanded to include indexable carbide milling cutters. In 1996, Wilhelm
Fette GmbH, the parent company of Fette Tool Systems, joined with two
industry leaders, Boehlerit and Kieninger to form the Leitz Metalworking
Technologies Group. Fette Tool Systems evolved into LMT-Fette Inc, and most
recently LMT USA.
Contact ISMS, "The Tooling Specialists",
for LMT Fette, Belin, Bilz, Kieninger,
Onsrud, & Boehlerit products from LMT USA / LMT TOOLS.
- LMT FETTE
- LMT KIENINGER
- LMT BOEHLERIT
- LMT BELIN
- LMT BILZ
- LMT ONSRUD
LMT GROUP Companies
FETTE (Germany) is the
world's leading manufacturer of precision cutting tools, gear
hobs, thread rolling systems and tap drills.
Fette: Fette was
founded in 1908 by toolmaker Wilhelm Fette, and about 1100 people
now work at its main base at Schwarzenbek near Hamburg, Germany.
Fette made the first gear hob as early as 1916, and the company is
still today the world's leader in this field. Together with other
tool manufacturers, Wilhem Fette founded the German Precision Tool
Association (Deutscher Präzisionswerkzeugverband) in 1917. Setting
up the first high-speed steel tempering shops in the middle of the
1930s laid the foundations for the development of a comprehensive
range of extremely high-performance tools. In the 1950s, Fette
presented a new generation of patented thread rolling heads for
the first time, with which threads could be manufactured without
cutting. Since then, the company has driven the development of
metal machining forwards through large numbers of innovative
tools, cutting materials and coating systems. Fette's range of
products now comprises a wide spectrum of precision tools for both
cutting and chipless metal machining. Fette is a founding member
of LMT, which was created in 1993, and serves within the group as
the competence center for the tooth cutting and rolling fields, as
well as for milling.
(Germany) has established itself globally as a specialist in
special tools for demanding cutting jobs. The company is a
technical leader in tool systems for complex drilling tasks,
special cutting systems and the precision machining for die and
mold making and for model construction.
About LMT Kieninger:
Kieninger was founded in Germany in 1960 by Walter Kieninger, and its
patented inserted-tooth milling cutter systems are among the
developments that have shown the way forward for the entire
metal-processing industry. First introduced in 1979, they provide
the foundation for an entire system family, whose continuous
further development nowadays stands for the maximum quality in
surface milling. As the competence center for die and mold making
and for component machining, the company, whose headquarters are
in Lahr, places particular emphasis on the automobile and
automobile supplier industries.
is among the world's leading manufacturers of
carbide cutting materials for metal, wood and plastic machining
tools, and is a pioneer in carbide development.
About LMT Boehlerit:
The name of this Austrian company originates with the metallurgists at the Böhler factory in Düsseldorf, who gave the name Boehlerit to the
carbide they first developed in 1932.
The trade name was kept as production was moved from Düsseldorf
to Kapfenberg in Austria at the beginning of the 1950s. As
specialists in the development and manufacture of cutting
materials and carbides, Boehlerit has remained a leader in the
entire tool sector ever since.
BELIN (France) specializes in precision
tools for machining plastics, light metals and composite
About LMT Belin:
Based in Lavancia, France, the company
was founded by Yvon Belin in 1962. Belin first developed tools
for machining spectacle frames and components. In response to the
growing demand from the French automobile industry for tools with
which aluminum could be machined, Belin began to develop PCD
Today the company's range of products includes solid carbide and
PCD shanked mills, form milling cutters and special cutters,
high-performance reamers, engraving tools and sheet-cutting
knives, as well as special tools for the aerospace industry.
Belin has been part of LMT since 2001. Belin and Onsrud together
form the group's competence center for the machining of composite
BILZ (Germany) is one of the world's leading suppliers of tool chucking
systems and equipment for tool set-up.
In addition to clamping chucks and shrink chucks for thermal
clamping (ThermoGrip), quick-change chucks and high-performance
equipment for thread cutting are included in the product range.
About LMT Bilz:
The story of the company, which is based at Ostfildern near
Stuttgart, began in 1919. Together with his father, the company's
founder, Otto Bilz made machine parts and other equipment for both
Daimler Benz and Robert Bosch in his cellar. As early as 1924,
Bilz was using reversing gear technology to tap threads – a
principle on which modern thread tapping equipment is still based.
There was another breakthrough in 1950: Otto Bilz invented the
world's first quick-change chuck for multi-spindle machines and
transfer lines. In 1999, the company first introduced a system for
clamping tools of every kind: ThermoGrip, a thermal shrink
chucking system that makes it possible to change tools within a
few seconds, and which has now become established as a standard.
ONSRUD (USA) specializes in tools for high-speed machining of
aluminum, plastics and composite materials.
About LMT Onsrud:
The company was founded in 1912 in Chicago by Oscar Onsrud. At the
suggestion of a friend, in 1915 Onsrud and his son developed a
manually controlled cutter driven by compressed air.
Onsrud cutters have met rapid success, and are valued in the
aircraft industry and elsewhere. Today the range of products
includes a wide spectrum of milling and cutting tools. The company
is one of the world's technically most advanced suppliers of tool
solutions for machining difficult composite materials.
Together with Belin, Onsrud forms the competence center within LMT
for the machining of composite materials.
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