6/14/2006

Carbide-Inserted Spot Drill

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DatumPoint Tool, Inc. introduces the Radstar spot drill, a tool requiring only one insert with two cutting edges. Five different inserts are currently available, including 90-degree, 118-degree, 120-degree, 135-degree and 140-degree drill points.

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DatumPoint Tool, Inc. introduces the Radstar spot drill, a tool requiring only one insert with two cutting edges. Five different inserts are currently available, including 90-degree, 118-degree, 120-degree, 135-degree and 140-degree drill points. All fit the same holder. The 1" wide insert fits into a 1" diameter holder, allowing the user to spot a hole up to and including this size. A 30-inch chamfer insert for milling is also available and fits in the same holder.

The company also carries the Radstar cutting tool line with inserted tools for corner rounding, countersinking and 45-degree chamfering.

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