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Exchangeable tip drills

Exchangeable tip drills are an extremely productive, accurate and economical option for drilling. A single tool body can hold a variety of tips with varying geometries and sizes allowing greater flexibility for optimum performance across multiple materials and applications.

How to get the best machining results

Video: Minimizing tool run-out in rotating applications

Minimizing tool run-out is one of the most important criteria for successful hole making. This video explains how to reduce tool run-out in solid carbide and exchangeable tip drills.

Drilling troubleshooting

Oversized holes? The solution can be as simple as increasing the coolant flow and cleaning the filter. Check out our solutions to the most common problems.

Tips for drilling formulas and definitions

Wondering how to calculate your approximate tool life? Find some useful drilling formulas and definitions here.

What to consider before drilling

The type of hole you want to drill, and the required precision, will determine which tool you choose. Drilling can also be affected by irregular or angled entry/exit surfaces and by cross holes. Find out how to plan for the perfect hole here.

App: Drilling & tapping calculator

Calculate the optimal cut settings based on your job parameters. You can also use the app for hole size calculations for tapping and ISO tolerances for bore and shaft.

Knowledge through e-learning

Want to know how to improve productivity and use your tools properly? Learn the fundamentals of metal cutting by using our e-learning programme.

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