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Guide Highlights Durable Tooling

A Durable Tooling Guide available from Unisig features information on the company’s components and tooling for BTA deep-hole drilling machines.

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A Durable Tooling Guide available from Unisig features information on the company’s components and tooling for BTA deep-hole drilling machines. The brochure provides specifications for the company’s drill tubes and thread adapters, threaded starts and flange connections, driver systems, vibration damping assemblies, rotating pressure head systems, bushing systems, and more, as well as an overview of its deep-hole drilling machine series.

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