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Custom Manufactured Hollow Mill Drill Assembly for the Machining Industry

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Custom Manufactured Hollow Mill Drill Assembly for the Machining Industry

Our experienced staff and state-of-the-art equipment provide precision custom cutting tools that deliver all the required precision and consistency that the industry requires.

We provided the CAD drawings for a custom trepan tool that would be used to cut brass. This type of hollow mill drill assembly can efficiently form diameters. Because it can be multi-diameter, it allows the end user to form several features in a single pass. We used 6150 and TC carbide tips to provide cost and quality efficiencies. We also ensured a superior 8 RMS finish.

Our dimension inspection confirmed the part met the customer's specifications. We also supplied the client with a custom holder, insert and mill shell.

The detailed dimensions are available below. We look forward to discussing your requirements with you.

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Highlights of this Custom Manufactured Hollow Mill Drill Assembly

Product Description This custom trepan tool is used to cut brass. We manufactured a custom holder, insert and mill shell.
Precision Custom Cutting Tool Capabilities & Applied/Processes Primary:
CAD drawings
Barbed Carbide Tip
CNC Grinding
Overall Part Dimensions
Holder:
Length: 2.94"
O.D.: Ø.750"
Insert:
Length:2.63"
O.D.: Ø.441"
Tip Angle: 120
Hollow Milling Shell:
Length: 2.635"
I.D.: Ø1.000"
Tightest Tolerances +.0000"/-.0003"
Total Runout of .0002"
True Position of .005"
Material Used 6150 and TC Tips
Max Material Finish 8 RMS
In process testing/inspection performed Dimensional Inspection
Volume No Limit
Industry for Use Machining
Product Name Custom Shell-Mill Assembly

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