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Iscar's new HCP-IQ SumoCham drlling heads feature a new drilling head geometry that features concave cutting edge which the company says enhances the self-centering capability of the drill.

The new HCP-IQ drilling heads enable using up to 12x D long drills without the need for a pilot hole operation.

The drilling heads are available in 6 to 32.9 mm diameters, in 0.1 mm increments. By eliminating the need for a pilot hole, the new drilling heads shorten machining cycle time and the number of tools required for the drilling operation. This can provide a substantial cost reduction, says the company.

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