M-100

  • AITIN (aluminum nitride aluminum)
  • ZrN (zirconium nitride)
  • nano-tek I CR w/Poland (aluminum nitride titanium nanometer)
  • apply both single and dual tools
  • 118 “to 1” Shanks
  • 3 mm to 25 mm Shanks
  • the entire tool is 6 inches long
  • advantages of the overall cutting tool length of 153mm:
  • guaranteed coating procedures
  • guaranteed quality
  • Turn – A – Rounds in A timely manner
  • status of process technology
  • improve the performance and value of the tool
  • customer service consulting and advice

The guarantee test tool option from the m-100 allows you to test our product before you buy it. Our “post-trial purchase” program is usually done through our authorized 100 dealers and our local field sales representatives. We hope that our local field sales representatives to participate in your test, so that he or she can help you with advice, in their performance of “optimal” level run the M – 100 solid carbide tool.

After the test is completed, we provide a simple one-page test form for you to fill in. For micro100, data is essential, and your performance reviews are as important as comments.

Contact your local authorized m-100 super carbide tool dealer to see how you can build a “GHTO” with them or contact our customer service team.

Our knowledgeable customer service team, polite, they will know the answer to your question directly, or they will soon be with our staff, provide solutions for your specific application processing.

Select a drilling tool whose diameter is closest to the minimum diameter required by your application.

The tool cantilever should not exceed 3 (3x) shank diameter.

The stiffness of the center line and the start cutting is the most important. For heavy, interrupted cuts or forgings, the maximum nose radius (possibly) should be used. The stiffness of the center line and the start cutting is the most important. It is recommended that the cutting force can be distributed to the side edge Angle of 15 degrees and 30-45 degrees to improve the life of cutter. For heavy, interrupted cuts or forgings, the maximum nose radius (possibly) should be used.

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