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ADO-TRS

3-Flute Carbide Drill with Oil Hole

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The ADO-TRS’ unique R gash geometry enables high thrust resistance and exceptional chip control, which are common challenges of 3-flute drills. With its low cutting resistance capability comparable to 2-flute drills, it is able to create short and compact chips stably.

Benefits of 3-Flute Geometry

Benefits of 3-Flute Geometry

Features

3-Flute Carbide Drill with Oil Hole Features
1 R gash geometry enables low cutting resistance comparable to 2-flute drills and breaks chips into small manageable pieces
2 Wide chip pocket configuration enables smooth chip evacuation
3 High durability EgiAs coating
  • Enables stable and high efficiency machining in a wide range of materials

Applications

Mild Steel・Low Carbon Steel・Medium Carbon Steel・High Carbon Steel・Alloy Steel・Hardened Steel・Quenched and Tempered Steel(45~50HRC)・Stainless Steel・Cast Iron・Ductile Cast Iron・Titanium Alloy

Lineup

ADO-TRS-3D φ3~φ20

ADO-TRS-5D φ3~φ20

Data

Outstanding cutting chip breakage and consistent chip form

Outstanding cutting chip breakage and consistent chip form
Outstanding cutting chip breakage and consistent chip form
Outstanding cutting chip breakage and consistent chip form

■Chips from the competitor 3-flute and 2-flute drills are elongated and are the common cause of chip evaluation troubles Outstanding cutting chip breakage and consistent chip form

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