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4/6/2006

Boring Tools Can Ease Cutting

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Comprised of coated and uncoated models, Micro 100 Tool Corporation’s line of Solid Carbide Boring tools features both a sharp edge and a radius-style design. According to the company, the radius on the edge is intended to allow for favorable finishes, with the added benefit of requiring less hp to achieve good results.

 

These tools yield a mirror finish on the face to ease cutting and provide chip control.

 

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