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6/27/2018

Drill Series Enables Accurate High-Speed Machining

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IMTS 2018: Kyocera Precision Tools’ DRV Magic Drill series of indexable drills is designed for holemaking in the machine tool business.

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Kyocera Precision Tools’ DRV Magic Drill series of indexable drills is designed for holemaking in the automotive, aerospace and medical device industries. The series combines a CVD-coated insert on the outside cutting edge and a PVD-coated insert on the inside cutting edge. This enables high-speed machining and drilling precision.

The insert chipbreakers improve chip evacuation, and the holder’s thick center core provides rigidity. The series can reach depths from 2×D to 6×D. The series includes diameters ranging from 0.625" to 1.000" and from 14 to 32 mm. Four chipbreaker designs cover a range of machining applications.

The inserts are designed with four usable cutting edges to reduce machining costs. The outside insert cutting edge has a U-shaped design that provides smooth chip evacuation and compact chips that reduce chip clogging. The inside cutting edge has a spoon-shaped design to reduce cutting forces for smoother chip evacuation even at 6×D drilling depth. The holder body’s flutes provide a large web thickness. A high-rigidity holder body with low cutting resistance provides stable indexable drilling.

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