Posts Tagged ‘carbide tipped’

 Expansion Reamers: Precision holes require precision tools. When machinists need an exact size hole, they want the best tool available to achieve the desired diameter. That’s a job for a reamer. The appropriate amount of stock removal for carbide tipped reamers is typically 2-3 percent of the finished hole size.  This is so the reamer […]

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    With Election Day behind us, we get to stop hearing all the political ads and commercials that plague our TVs and radio stations with the same dribble that seems to be repeated every time elections come around. Signs for candidates get pulled from our front lawns and candidate supporters stop crowding our street […]

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Two years ago, we began a research project to expand our horizons and to find new ways to reach out to our customers, both new and long standing. Through our brainstorming we looked at and investigated the various ways other businesses were reaching out their customers and found, surprisingly, that in our industry of cutting […]

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I’m a bowler. I’ve been bowling in leagues for about 9 years now, and while, I have yet to bowl a perfect game (although I have come pretty close) or pick up that unforgiving 7-10 split (I have never come close at all), I have had my own custom ball since I’ve started. As with […]

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In most cases, we do not know the purpose that the tools we are making will be used for. But every so often we do learn about the job, and often times out tools help make some really cool stuff.  One that stands out the most, and perhaps the one that I am most proud of, was […]

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The United States was founded by a group of people who were by and large do-it-yourselfers. It comes as no surprise that over the decades the American people have only grown in that same attitude and because of it we have created one of the world’s most powerful economies and one of the best environments […]

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I quote a lot of special milling cutters and slitting saws.  Frequently I receive a HSS print with a note from the customer saying that they would like this quoted in carbide tipped.  So I quote the cutter and reduce the number of teeth.  A carbide tipped cutter with the same diameter and width as a […]

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