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HOLEMAKING


parts quality,” said Mark Hatch, product director at Emuge. He cited “demanding holemaking and threading challenges” in aerospace, defense, medical, power generation and oil industry machining.


In such industries, “manufacturers require high-perfor- mance tools for threading exotic materials such as nickel alloy and alloyed titanium materials.”


“In an effort to decrease cycle time, customers are running tools at speeds that were unheard of 10–20 years ago.”


Emuge has a line of tools for threading titanium materials and another for nickel alloys. The company is “highlighting new geometries and coating combinations,” he said.


Cycle Time BIG Kaiser Precision Tooling Inc. of Hoffman Estates,


IL, offers its Sphinx line of high-performance tools for drilling holes.


“Customer demands can be described by using two


words—cycle time,” said Cory Cetkovic, applications engi- neer and product manager at Sphinx. “Deep hole drills are not time conducive, especially when a long pecking cycle is required. In an effort to decrease cycle time, customers are running tools at speeds that were unheard of 10–20 years ago,” he said. “In many cases, increase in speed is not necessarily due to new cutting tool capabilities but machine tool capabilities.”


Spindle speeders and high-speed machine tools, he said, “allow customers to decrease cycle time by accurately run- ning drills at higher speeds.” New Sphinx products include the Phoenix-TC2 series of drills for the high-performance market. Compared to earlier Sphinx high-performance products, the Phoenix-TC2 has “improved coatings,” Cetkovic said.


The coatings permit customers “the ability to drill lon- ger with less heat generated on the cutting tool,” he said. “Utilization of advanced coatings and coating techniques is the most effective method of increasing tool life in exotic materials.”


Phoenix-TC2 series “is our highest performing drill, excel- ling in exotics as well as most other materials, including steel and aluminum,” Cetkovic said. “There is no single drill geometry that is superior in all applications.”


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