Indexable insert drill bit CoroDrill 880
for cast ironfor hardened steelfor stainless steel

indexable insert drill bit
indexable insert drill bit
indexable insert drill bit
indexable insert drill bit
indexable insert drill bit
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indexable insert
Drilled material
for cast iron, for hardened steel, for stainless steel, for steel
Drill bit material
Other characteristics
high-productivity, twist

Max.: 63.5 mm (2.5 in)

Min.: 12 mm (0.47 in)


ndexable insert drills Overview How to use Success stories Assortment Step technology ​Entering the workpiece with an assymetrical drill by default generates an unbalance. Step technology provide a step-by-step entry with lower cutting forces, and therefore enable a higher productivity as well as close hole tolerances. An insert for every application Inserts and geometries, available for all materials and applications, provide high productivity and extended tool life. More than just a drill With CoroDrill 880, you can do more than just drilling a hole. The tool can also be used for helical interpolation, boring, plunging, and turning. View fewer features ​Wiper geometry for best surface finish or higher feed possibilities Optimized chip channels for accelerated chip evacuation Easy identification due to laser marking with drill-, insert- and screw codes on the drill shank Two or four cutting edges depending on drill diameter Optimized geometries assure high performance in most materials Optimized grades assure longer insert tool life Find your tool and buy Adaptive item (26) Insert (178) Tool item (2493) Diameter 12-84 mm (0.500-3.307 inch) Drill depth 2-5xD Drilling Step/chamfer drilling Plunge drilling Helical interpolation Boring Turning Steel Stainless steel Cast iron Non-ferrous metals Heat resistant super alloys Hardened materials



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