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7/28/2009

The Key Points Of Helical Holemaking

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VIDEO. Have you considered milling holes through helical ramping instead of drilling them? This brief animated video covers the high points, including tool diameter selection and the potential for savings.

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This animated presentation from Sandvik Coromant summarizes important points related to helical ramping. Those points include tool diameter selection, speed and power demand relative to drilling, and the potential for savings.

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