Iscar’s Sumocham drilling heads, HCP, feature a geometry with concave cutting edges that the company says enhances self-centering capabilities of the drill.
The expanded drilling head line enables the use of long drills of up to 12 x diameter without first drilling a pilot hole.
The drilling heads are available in diameters from 8 – 25.9 mm, in 0.1 mm increments. By eliminating the need for a pilot hole, the new drilling heads cut machining cycle times and provide substantial cost reduction by reducing the number of tools required when performing drilling operations.
The new HCP drilling heads can be mounted on any Iscar SumoCham drill body that features the appropriate pocket size.
As a single drilling head can now replace two other types and reduce the number of stock items, HCP geometry (patent pending) in a cost effective choice for the efficient machining of steel (ISO-P) and cast iron (ISO-K) material groups, says Iscar.
The high quality HCP drilling heads are made from Iscar’s IC908 TiAlN PVD nano layer coating grade and feature:
• Increased peeling resistance
• Excellent wear resistance
• Stable and predictable wear progression
• Efficiency with MQL coolant
• High surface quality