Production Machining

SEP 2018

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IMTS PRODUC TS 64 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: SEPTEMBER 2018 Insert Drill's Redesign Improves Chip Control Seco Tools LLC | West Building and Annex | Level 3 | Booth 431564 Seco Tools LLC spotlights its redesigned Perfomax indexable insert drill. Designed for more aggressive drilling parameters as well as improved chip control and evacuation, the drill's flutes have updated helix angles and smoother chip flute exits. An engineered wave pattern reduces contact between chips and flute surfaces. The fronts of the Perfo- max's flutes have been hardened with a laser to prolong tool life. A hardness of HRC 60 enables the drill to withstand chip erosion for long periods of time. Perfomax drill bodies are available in diameters ranging from 0.594" to 2.375" (15 to 59 mm), in length-to-diameter ratios of 2×D, 3×D, 4×D and 5×D, and in most spindle interfaces. Insertable Form Drill System Reduces Setup Times Schwanog LLC | West Building and Annex | Level 3 | Booth 432386 Schwanog's PWP and PWP-D insertable form drill system reduces setup times with an insert holder that stays in the machine during insert change-over. This design keeps the center height unchanged. The insertable carbide tool is ground individually per customer specifications, it can hold a minimum tolerance of ±0.02 mm and the repeatability is 0.02 mm. The systems are available in several carbide grades. The insertable form drill systems have a maximum bore diameter of 28 mm and a maxi- mum depth of 16 mm. The company also offers solid carbide drills to complement for larger bore sizes and deeper holes. The solid carbide drills are ground individually per customer specifications, and accommodate a mini- mum tolerance of ±0.02 mm.

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