7/3/2020

Big Kaiser Drill Suited for Low Cutting Speeds

Originally titled 'Drill Designed for Unstable Environments'
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Big Kaiser’s Nirox drill from Sphinx suited for low rpms.

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Big Kaiser Precision Tooling’s Nirox high-performance drill from Sphinx is well-suited for use at low cutting speeds in unstable environments. It’s available in diameters from 0.30 to 3.00 mm and has a geometry with a degressive helix angle equal to 30 degrees at the point. According to the company, the drill is designed for accurate and precise hole location up to 9xD. A modern, TiAlSiN-based coating allows for enhanced chip and coolant evacuation in difficult-to-machine and adhesive materials, such as titanium, Inconel, stainless steel, hardened steel and CoCr alloys.

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