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Metal-Cutting Tools Solid-carbide spiral drill optimized for machining ISO M materials

Redakteur: Kathrin Schäfer

The X·treme Inox spiral drill made from solid carbide by Walter for machining ISO M materials features cutting-edge geometry tailored specifically for the demands of high-alloyed materials.

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The new X·treme Inox spiral drill with TTP head coating and interior cooling is available from Walter in diameters of 3 to 20 mm and standard lengths up to five times diameter.
The new X·treme Inox spiral drill with TTP head coating and interior cooling is available from Walter in diameters of 3 to 20 mm and standard lengths up to five times diameter.
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The design of these drills’ main cutting edges minimises the cutting forces generated and helps to prevent the formation of burrs, a problem frequently encountered with other tools.

In addition, high process reliability is ensured by the stability of the tools’ cutting heads. In order to maximise operational lifetime, Walter has given the drills a multilayer TiAlN head coating known as the TTP coating. A built-in margin prevents friction in the drill hole. On an appropriately equipped machine, internal coolant supply, with which users of the universal drills in the same Titex range will be familiar, maintains an ideal operating temperature.

Walter offers the new X·treme drill in diameters of 3 to 20 mm and in standard lengths up to five times diameter (5 x D). Additional lengths up to 12 x D, as well as and step tools, can be supplied as special models. The tool is particularly well suited for companies, such as medical device manufacturers, that demand process reliability in cutting ISO M materials for the production of cost-intensive components or large part quantities. It is also good for processing titanium materials.

For further information:

Walter Deutschland GmbH

Tübingen, Germany

www.walter-tools.com

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