Allied Machine’s T-A Pro drill allow penetration rates at speeds nearly 30 per cent faster than other high-performance drillsClick image to enlargeAllied Machine and Engineering’s T-A Pro drill combines material-specific insert geometries, a redesigned drill body and a proprietary coolant-through system to allow penetration rates at speeds nearly 30 per cent faster than other high-performance drills.

Coolant outlets direct maximum flow to the cutting edge, providing quick heat extraction where it is most critical.

Material-specific insert geometries produce impeccable chip formation and the drill body incorporates straight flutes redesigned for maximum coolant flow and excellent rigidity.

It’s available in diameters ranging from 0.4370-in. – 1.882-in. (11.1mm – 47.80mm) and is ideal for holes ranging in stub, 3xD, 5xD, 7xD, 10xD, 12xD, and 15xD depths.

Carbide insert geometries offered initially will cater to steel (P) with AM300 coating; cast iron (K), with TiAlN coating, and; Non-ferrous (N) with TiCN coating.

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