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Coolant-Fed Drills Enable Deep Drillling

Cobra Carbide’s Blackmamba series of coolant-fed drills are designed to enable drilling to a depth of eight times the tool diameter.

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Cobra Carbide’s Blackmamba series of coolant-fed drills features a flute design and cutting edge geometry that enables drilling to a depth of eight times the tool diameter. The drills are said to feature enhanced self-centering characteristics, optimized chip flow, high cutting rates and high productivity. They also eliminate the pecking cycle, reducing drilling time compared to conventional drilling, the compan says.

 

 

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