6/2/2014

GenSwiss Adds Micro Drills for Swiss-Type Lathes

Originally titled 'Micro Drills for Swiss-Type Lathes'
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GenSwiss now offers a line of cobalt and carbide micro drills in 0.1-mm through 3-mm diameter sizes in 0.01-mm increments to suit a range of micro drilling and spot drilling operations.

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GenSwiss now offers a line of cobalt and carbide micro drills in 0.1-mm through 3-mm diameter sizes in 0.01-mm increments to suit a range of micro drilling and spot drilling operations. With superior edge quality, precision ground and finished on shank diameters, enables holding the micro drills in standardized ER collet holders, thereby eliminating the need for expensive specialized micro collets. In addition, the new micro drills, when paired with the GenSwiss Advanced Precision micro drill holder, adds an extra performance measure for machining tight tolerance micro parts production. GenSwiss Micro Drills are available in 10pc packs from stock. 

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