Crankshaft Drill Minimizes Cross-Hole Interruption in Deep-Hole Applications

Greene Tool Systems has developed a 6-mm crankshaft drill to be introduced at PMTS.  This new technology combines the X point with a high-performance deep hole drill, enabling operators to minimize cross-hole interruption, push-off, breakage, or excess wear and tear when using long drills for deep-hole applications.  This technology, when combined with advanced coatings such as the company’s Monroe Edge, enables manufacturers using MQL methods to drill at high speeds with minimal load, maximizing production cycle time, improving accuracy and increasing the tool life, the company says.

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Greene Tool Systems has developed a 6-mm crankshaft drill to be introduced at PMTS.  This new technology combines the X point with a high-performance deep hole drill, enabling operators to minimize cross-hole interruption, push-off, breakage, or excess wear and tear when using long drills for deep-hole applications. 

This technology, when combined with advanced coatings such as the company’s Monroe Edge, enables manufacturers using MQL methods to drill at high speeds with minimal load, maximizing production cycle time, improving accuracy and increasing the tool life, the company says. This new drilling technology can be applied to multiple deep-hole drilling applications.

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