Ability to use machine tools

The abrasion of aluminum, brass, bronze and other non-ferrous materials is the main cause of tool wear, so it can be used effectively to achieve a very good tool life.

A number of factors should be considered when evaluating applications to determine whether a hard alloy faucet is properly used.

Total number of thread holes to be produced

Ability to use machine tools

Materials and fixtures required

If the machine can run at recommended speed and has lead control, this is a good hard alloy tapping application. Advanced multi-layer coating can be used to further extend tool life.

Most of the drilling is done mainly with high – speed steel or cobalt – twist drill. Over the years, with the continuous improvement of particle metal and design characteristics, productivity has been rising.

In the environment, whatever device is used, the basic principles should always be followed to ensure the best results when mining the metal.

Choose a drill with the shortest length and you can fit in the size and position.

The appropriate feeding rate can break the chip more effectively and reduce bit wear.

Too fast speed can lead to premature wear, and slow speed will damage the drill bit.

The separation point bit should be used for the key of alloy material and position.

When drilling harder material, choose the cobalt drill to withstand higher heat.

Black oxide treatment increases toughness and lubricity and extends tool life.

The RL’s large calibre USES energy companies’ productivity

Large-scale power exploration, power generation and transmission equipment must be protected by coarse threaded fasteners. To ensure that these turbines, pumps, valves and other components are kept safe, precise and firm threads are required, and only the large diameter taps of the RL cutting tools can be delivered.

Oil, gas, coal and alternative energy depend on the RL tool, which provides strict tolerances and leakproof bonds for accessories, instruments and instruments.