1/21/2005

Drill Increases Feed Rates

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The CoroDrill 880 features new Step Technology that provides cutting force balance with a uniquely shaped center insert to facilitate smooth entrance into the workpiece. This enables up to 100 percent increases in feed rates, cutting the cost per drilled hole in half. The inserts impart four cutting edges and wiper geometry, allowing tight tolerances to be held.

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The CoroDrill 880 features new Step Technology that provides cutting force balance with a uniquely shaped center insert to facilitate smooth entrance into the workpiece. This enables up to 100 percent increases in feed rates, cutting the cost per drilled hole in half.

The inserts impart four cutting edges and wiper geometry, allowing tight tolerances to be held. The drill's versatility is designed to include helical interpolation, plunge drilling and boring.

Also on display are CoroCut SL cutting blades, CoroTurn SL adaptors and customized multitask mini turrets.

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