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8/22/2008

Hole Making: Combination Tools

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This video demonstrates hole making. Hole making often involves sequential operations such as drill-then-tap. Combination tools that perform these operations simultaneously can eliminate tool changes, saving cycle time. Many combination tools call for helical interpolation. The video shows the same series of hole

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Video shows the same series of holes machined first through drilling then tapping, then though drilling and tapping using a combination tool. Footage courtesy Mazak.



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This video demonstrates hole making. Hole making often involves sequential operations such as drill-then-tap. Combination tools that perform these operations simultaneously can eliminate tool changes, saving cycle time. Many combination tools call for helical interpolation.

The video shows the same series of holes machined first through drilling then tapping, then though drilling and tapping using a combination tool. Footage courtesy of Mazak.

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