Posts Tagged ‘carbide tipped’

Drilling With Coolant

Posted: 28th February 2012 by brednane1981 in Super Tool
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Drilling with Coolant There are many benefits to drilling with coolant. Directing the coolant through the tool to the cutting edge improves lubricity and reduces the temperature at the point of contact. Reduced heat build-up and improved lubricity lead to lower wear and tear on the drill that improves the tool life and reduces the […]

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Drilling Speeds and Feeds Last week we talked about speeds and feeds in general.  Today we are going to focus specifically on drills.  Drills are one of the hardest working cutting tools. They remove more material relative to their size then any other cutting tool.  A reamer typically removes 2%-3% of its diameter; a core […]

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Super Tool is a manufacturer of carbide tipped, solid carbide, and high speed steel cutting tools.  Visit us on the web at www.supertoolinc.com.  Please feel free to post any questions you have regarding cutting tool applications.Click here to download the latest catalog: Super Tool Catalog 2011.

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