Modern Spartan Systems TVT Machine Cutting Oil
MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH in metal machining technology
Increase your Productivity & Profitability – Our game changing,
proprietary formula restores, protects, and enhances the performance of
cutting tools by enhancing the surface structure on metal. Our machine
cutting oil penetrates the pores and gaps, chemically bonding on a
microscopic level to rework the surface, smooth out the points of
contact and reduce friction by up to 90%. The decreased friction &
heat, superior cutting performance, and improved finish quality of cuts
is noticeable immediately. Seasoned machinist will be able to see, feel
and even hear the difference. Our experience shows tool life to increase
2-10X and have seen improvements as much as 33X.
- Longer tool life
- Reduced downtime
- Increase speed and feeds
- Less damaged/wasted material
- Smoother/Harder surface finish
- Decreased heat build-up
- Reduced operator frustration
User Friendly – Safety:
- Non-hazardous – non reportable
- Components are bio-degradable & inert
- This formula may be used straight
for ridiculously hard surfaces or can be diluted to a 50/50 or lower
blend with standard cutting oils for easier projects.
Notes – Our formula does not contain ethers, graphite, Teflon,
zinc, fluoropolymers, EPA targeted chains, solids or moly’s. Not a
HAZMAT reportable product. OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200 – lists no ingredient
of this product hazardous. Not DOT regulated as dangerous goods.
In 10 minutes, you can confirm results on your own!
Watch these videos and TAKE THE TVT GREEN Machine Cutting Oil “you-try-it” CHALLENGE and find out what it can do for you!
Frank – Senior Operations Mechanic
I have worked on aircrafts for 10 years and used other products like
BoeLube but nothing has ever kept a drill bit sharper longer than the
TVT Machine Cutting Oil. I was using TVT Oil while drilling through a
stack up of metal that was .100 thick aluminum with .090 thick steel
behind the first layer. Using a cobalt #30 drill bit I was able to drill
20 holes before the drill bit was done. Now with the TVT Oil, I am able
to drill around 50+ holes, with just a few drops on the end of the
drill bit. Also, when drilling through .5” Titanium, I was able to use
one #10 Cobalt bit and one .248 Carbide Core drill bit for 48 holes and
the bit was still good after. In the past we had to use anywhere from
four to six of each different drill bit for the same result. It saved me
time and saved my company money.
Stacy – Operations Mechanic 3
I have 8 holes that must be drilled using a tooling fixture and an
automatic power fed drill motor. The holes get drilled through .250’’ of
titanium and 6 inches of aircraft aluminum. The drill bit I use is a
Guhring .375 Coolant fed bit that lets oil get pushed through the drill
bit out to the cutting tip. It cost our company over $300. I can use the
same bit on 32 holes before the hole quality is no longer acceptable. I
mixed TVT machine oil with my normal coolant at about a 1 to 10 ratio. I
was able to drill twice the normal amount with the same drill bit. This
stuff really works!
Patrick “Skypilot” Genseal – Skypilot Gunsmithing, LLC
I just wanted to report on 2 things: (1) I used the accuracy oil on a
broken off screw. Tried every drill bit I had. Put a drop of the
accuracy oil on it and my bit cut into it like I was drilling butter!!!!
Wow!!! (2) put some accuracy oil on the ram rod of my reloading press
and it was so smooth it almost deprimed the cases with just the weight
of the lever!!!!!!!
Outstanding products. I cannot wait until I can find time to try it at the range!
Jeremy Beasley- Owner, Legend Armory
The machining side consisted of a few fundamental tests – drilling,
lathe work and other various operations. I will share with you the test
result that sold me on using Modern Spartan Systems formulas in the
shop. As a manufacturer of AR style guns, we make a lot of parts and one
of those parts is the carrier. This test consisted of us turning some
8620-steel hardened to 62rc. This operation normally will wear out one
(1) carbide insert per one (1) part being turned. When testing we placed
one drop of Accuracy Oil on the cutting face before we began the feed.
The part came out beautiful! My biggest question was how did the cutting
edge hold up? It was still sharp! We began to run more pieces in the
same manner and evaluate the cutting edge at the end of each pass. To my
astonishment that same edge lasted for thirty-three (33) pieces before
we had to change it! That is huge in the cost savings, that oil, in one
day saved me $136+ or reduced my cost by 89% for that one tool. This
does not even take into account the hourly savings. That was one job,
how much better if I place the oil in all my machines?