hard alloy drill-metal cutting tool,polycrystalline diamond (PCD) drill

A new generation of hard alloy and unique point geometric structure of the new HDPS hard alloy drill has an excellent metal cutting speed and tool life, making it an ideal tool for making aluminum.

Maintaining critical production schedules and controlling costs is extremely difficult when producing high-precision aluminum holes. The ultra-hard polycrystalline diamond (PCD) drill is currently in use in the transportation industry. 80% of the applications are used for cylinder block, cylinder head, gearbox, suspension parts and many other key components.

The downside is that higher prices for high-end PCD solutions make it hard for suppliers and other manufacturers to control costs and maintain strict production schedules.

The hard alloy grade of the company is specially designed for aluminum processing. It has a highly polished surface, which can reduce the friction of flute, edge, and edge. This results in more advanced chip evacuations, even in the minimum amount of lubrication (MQL) process. Bit design features include a dedicated high-performance drill point of 135 degrees, used in the center of excellence ability and improve the feed, and sharp cutting edges, can reduce the cutting force and prolong the service life of cutting tools. An expanded spiral groove design further accelerates the evacuation of chips, reducing the power of cutting.

The diameter ranges from 3.0 to 20.0 mm (0.118 to 0.787) with a length of 3XD and 5XD (through coolant). You can also use inches, metric, fraction, and light tapping.

The new stack drill from KM is used in the aviation synthesis/titanium heap, which can be operated by coolant or without the need for more advanced chip evacuation. KM is introducing a new type of b355dal drill, which is used to drill holes in holes 3/16 to 58 inches in diameter (4.763 mm to 15.875 mm). The drill can be used in combinations of various combinations: CFRP-ti, CFRP-ti, CFRP-al, and straight or Al. These drills can be operated by coolant, MQL, or even dry.

New materials require new solutions. In order to maximize the strength and reduce weight, the aerospace industry continues to study a pile of composite fiber reinforced polymers (CFRP) sandwiched between titanium and other materials. This provides the necessary performance for the weight loss of wings, fuselage, cockpit, and many other components. Since the mechanical properties of carbon fiber and metal are very different, the drill holes can be used to challenge the cutter effectively by requiring high wear resistance and the best geometrical shape of the tool. Maintaining high quality and hairless holes is crucial.

New b355dal bit double angular point design, provides the ability and the sharp edges to the center of excellence at the top of a layer of clean-cut CFRPs, and clean out of titanium or aluminum alloy profile without burr. Even if an MQL or dry operation is adopted, it can be highly polished on high-quality wafers.

For all manufacturing operations, even the use of robots or automatic drilling devices, a wide range of diameters and lengths can be used. In addition, new stack RIGS can be returned to the original process specification, making these new tools more cost-effective.