Re: Stub length solid carbide thru coolant drills????
- From: D Murphy <spamto154@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 14 May 2006 21:41:50 GMT
"DanL" <dlieskeRE@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
W've been using the Eco-cut for about 8 months drillling flat bottom
holes in 304 and 316. Chip control is excellent (high pressure oil)
and insert life is way beyond what I initially expected as well.
Thanks for the info.
I have an application I'm looking at which is a couple thousand different
aluminum parts. Each is very low volume. I have a 60 tool ATC and there are
so many different I.D. dimensions, most flat bottom, these tools seem
perfect. Between O.D. tools, I.D. grooves, and taps, I'm looking at 25
If they work in S.S. I've got to believe they'd be a slam dunk in Aluminum.
Do you ever drill the hole larger by positioning off center? Or do you
drill and then bore to size?
Quid Aere Perennius
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