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Mitsubishi also studies “what combination of ele- ments” it uses for coatings to extend tool life, Alex said. “If you’re not doing that daily, you shouldn’t be in the business.”


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Walter AG, has come out with a new premium drill, the DC170, which it bills as the “new ikon of drilling.” (The ikon spelling is in- tended to highlight German engineering.) “There is more carbide directly behind the cutting edge,” said Luke Pollock, product manager at Walter USA. “There is more tool life because of that. It allows you to push the drill a little harder in terms of feed rate.” Also, grooves “allow coolant at the drill point,” he said. “It removes heat and adds lubrication right at the drill point. We’re seeing a reduction of pro- duction costs for the end user.” The DC170 “won’t be the bulk of our sales,” Pollock said. “It’s only applicable to steel and cast iron. We do expect it to be our No. 1 premium drill.” Walter plans to expand the product line, he said, declining to discuss specifi cs. “We’ll probably see things added to that family over the next several product launches,” he said. Walter also is introducing the X-


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Treme Pilot 180, a drill for pilot, or start, holes. According to the company, it has internal cooling, which can be either emulsion or oil and used with coolant pressures as low as 145 psi (1000 ki- lopascals). The company says X-Treme Pilot 180 can be used for cross holes, spot-facing inclined or convex surfaces and for counterboring drilled holes. “We do like to have somewhat of a balance,” Pollock said of Walter’s prod- uct line. “We do like to have specialized drills in our portfolio. Usage of universal drills is a little bit higher.”


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Avoiding Slips, Pull Outs Command Tooling Systems, based in Ramsey, MN, makes products that can bore or ream holes. It makes steep taper toolholders, which hold the cut- ting tool to start a hole.


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