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7/18/2018

Deep-Hole Drilling Series Targets Die/Mold, Medical Industries

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IMTS 2018: Mollart Engineering’s deep-hole drilling equipment is suitable for a range of applications and industries. 

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Mollart Engineering offers deep-hole drilling equipment for applications including medical parts with micro-holes, biomass pellet dies with multiple holes, and dies and molds with deep cooling holes.

The company offers single and multi-spindle gundrills and BTA drilling centers, multi-station micro-drilling machines, and special purpose in-line and rotary transfer machines. Also available are combination machining centers with integrated gundrilling stations that can reduce lead-time and enable single-cycle production.

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