Form Drilling

Form drilling, as an application, is in demand for complex, turned parts. Yet, form drill change-overs, because of wear and tear, still require a lot of time on any machine and incurs high costs because of machine downtimes, the company says. This insertable form tool system is said to eliminate unnecessarily high setup times.

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Form drilling, as an application, is in demand for complex, turned parts. Yet, form drill change-overs, because of wear and tear, still require a lot of time on any machine and incurs high costs because of machine downtimes, the company says.

This insertable form tool system is said to eliminate unnecessarily high setup times. The form drill system consists of a round shank holder with a coolant-through feature and an inversely ground and sharpened carbide insert. All form drill inserts are individually manufactured to customer specifications.

The advantages are cost savings of as much as 60 percent because of reduced setup times and quick tool change-overs because of the insertable form tool.