From solid carbide milling cutters or indexable inserts to face milling, ramping, corner and slot milling or plunging: With innovative solutions such as Walter BLAXX or Tiger·tec® Gold, you can stay ahead of the competition.
Walter adaptors are instrumental in ensuring efficiency, precision and repeat accuracy.
Other noncircumcising ethnic communities include the Turkana, Teso, and segments among the Luhya and Pokot ethnic groups.
When you choose Walter turning tools, you choose quality and cost-effectiveness.
Whether your applications involve external grooving, facing, inner turning, parting off or grooving: Innovations such as Walter precision cooling or the new indexable insert geometries make our turning tools a benchmark in the industry.
Soldiers of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) stand in front of the black flag of the Al Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab painted on the wall of Kismayo Airport.
On 02 October 2012, Kenyan AMISOM troops supporting forces of the Somali National Army and the pro-government Ras Kimboni Brigade moved into and through Kismayo, the hitherto last major urban stronghold of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab, on their way to the city’s airport without a shot being fired following a month long operation to liberate towns and villages across southern Somalia from Afmadow and Kismayo itself. October 16th 2011, Kenya Defence Forces moved into Southern Somalia to pursue insurgents group Al Shabaab after a series of kidnappings of tourists along the border.
With Walter Capto TM adaptors as an interface between the tool and the machine, you benefit from exceptionally short tool changeover times and maximum process reliability.
With Walter GPS, you can find the optimum machining solution for your component in just a few steps, both online and offline – whether your work involves turning, drilling, threading or milling.The highest HIV prevalence rates among uncircumcised males aged 15–64 years are in Nyanza (17.3%), Rift Valley (7.0%), Nairobi (20.2%), and Western (6.8%) provinces (6).These areas were selected as priority regions for implementation of VMMC to achieve 80% coverage (860,000 circumcisions) by July 2013 to reduce HIV transmission in Kenya (7).Major General Francis Nthenge from Kenya is AMISOM’s Deputy Force Commander Support and Sector 2 commanded by Brig. In 2007, the national prevalence of HIV in Kenya was 7.1% among persons aged 15–64 years, with provincial prevalence rates ranging from 0.8% in North Eastern Province to 14.9% in Nyanza Province (1).The easy-to-use catalogue menu guides you to the right machining tool quickly and easily.