The company has successfully cooled its successful D1370 internal cooling, solid carbide drill, and introduced two new dimensions, 25xDc and 30xDc. These dimensions extend the drill string to extend the P, K and H of the ISO material group to a new depth while maintaining the performance of the D1370 line. According to the company, this includes increasing production efficiency, because compared with the traditional hard alloy drill, the service life is increased by 50 percent and the processing parameters are increased by 35 percent.
Land design is a key factor in this performance, thanks to the shallow cooling slots at the ends of the drill. The coolant flow contains the entire drill point, producing the optimal cooling of the drill and workpiece interface, and inhibits the encapsulation of the chip. This is especially important given the high temperatures that occur during drilling. The design of the drill bit is stronger than the traditional design, which improves the service life, stability and reliability of the cutter.
In addition, the ability to control the coolant flow helps improve surface smoothness, helping users avoid reprocessing after drilling. The innovative combination of new land design makes the drilling operation smoother, reduces the minimum vibration and improves the quality of the hole.
The D1370 rig has eight visible cooling slots that can be used for grinding scales. These drills can be adjusted to three times until only two cooling slots remain.
The combined machinery and engineering company says its replacement t-a rig system can significantly reduce downtime compared to solid tools. The t-a drilling system has high performance insertion and application for making engine block, crankshaft, piston and suspension parts. The cost of using the t-a drilling system is 25-50% lower than other options on the market.
It is reported that in the case of t – a drill, every time the operator insert bit, on the ground will have a perfect factory or drill point, without the need to stop, because the reground need to change the tool offset. These alternative techniques are consistent each time, unlike the changes that are often encountered when using different mechanical drills.
The Allies provided the cast iron (-ci) geometry for its t-a drill, which is an ideal choice for automotive applications. With a lower inclination and a harder cutting edge to make it more elastic, (-ci) bit is a good choice for cast iron and head. You can also use training techniques for other specific applications. The Allies developed custom configurations for tools, including at the end of a special shape at the end of the crankshaft.
The innovative coating of the t-a rig provides the Allies with a unique CW200 coating that improves performance and extends the service life of the cutter. The various insertion levels applicable to automotive applications, including carbonated carbonized carbon and carbohydrate carbon and carbohydrate, are good options for aluminum and other nonferrous metals.
The steel application using the GEN32 t-a drill can use the C1 option, which is the same as the original t-a, providing better performance and longer service life for automotive applications.