Pilot Drill

The CrazyDrill Crosspilot pilot drill was developed to cut angles with an inclination of as much as 65 degrees. Thus, it reduces what used to be the required three machining steps (flat milling, centering, drilling) to only two operations (pilot drilling, long drilling) and guarantees a higher precision because of

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The CrazyDrill Crosspilot pilot drill was developed to cut angles with an inclination of as much as 65 degrees. Thus, it reduces what used to be the required three machining steps (flat milling, centering, drilling) to only two operations (pilot drilling, long drilling) and guarantees a higher precision because of precise spot center drilling. The cutting geometry is designed for sustained use. The 170-degree point angle stands for a correct piloting for the subsequent drilling and prevents breakage of the cutting edges. By using a CrazyDrill for the execution of the hole, no post-processing is needed. The product range is matched to the existing CrazyDrill product lines. Diameters from 0.4 mm to 6.0 mm are available from stock in increments of 0.05 mm.