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4/9/2018

MT Drill Multitasks in a Single Operation

Originally titled 'Drill Multitasks in a Single Operation'
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Carmex’s MT Drill is designed to drill, chamfer, and thread mill a hole in a single operation, reducing cycle times by combining operations and eliminating tool changes.

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Carmex’s MT Drill is designed to drill, chamfer, and thread mill a hole in a single operation. Constructed of solid carbide, the two-fluted drill/thread milling cutter, with 45-degree chamfering, reduces cycle times by combining operations and eliminating tool changes.

The drill can be used for mass production operations, features both right- and left-hand internal threads, and the same tool can be used for blind or through-hole drilling. The carbide grade can be used for aluminum and cast-iron and produces a high-quality thread surface. Featuring internal coolant, the tool is constructed for long life over multiple applications and is available in a variety of configurations and sizes. 

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