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Hassay Savage Micro-Drills Web Thickness Enables Alignment

PMTS 2019: Hassay Savage's line of coolant-through micro-drills features a web thickness that is said to enable maximum alignment and accuracy.
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Hassay Savage's line of coolant-through micro-drills features a web thickness that is said to enable maximum alignment and accuracy. Made from 10 percent cobalt, micro-grain carbide, the 6230 CT series is designed to a standard h5 tolerance for consistency. The “coolant-through” feature optimizes lubrication, chip removal and cooling during the cut. Especially useful for a variety of challenging application, the drills have a standard 3 mm shank for extra strength, according to the company.

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