11/4/2016

Drill Program for Maintenance and Repair Offers Economic Reliability

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The product range covers most ferrous applications with drills suitable for use in portable drilling, drill presses and other operations.

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Dormer Pramet’s PrecisionLight program includes the screw machine, jobber, mechanics lengths and reduced shank drills. This program of HSS drills has been developed to provide versatility and performance in a variety of materials and includes general-purpose drills with conventional 118-degree point geometries as well as “tougher” styles with 135-degree point self-centering split points for more challenging applications. The product range covers most ferrous applications with drills suitable for use in portable drilling, drill presses and other operations.

The focus products of the PrecisionLight program are the WorkLight range of drills. It includes a flute geometry that improves chip evacuation, provides better coolant flow to the point and reduces the effort required to push the drill through the workpiece. The WorkLight drill design is offered in five series: 332HD, 333HD, 312SM. 342SDT and 344RS.

The complete program also includes drill sets that include a range of sizes available in most styles.

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