Solid Carbide Drills, Cutters Handle Composites

Seco Tools offers a variety of milling and drilling tools designed to prevent uncut fibers and delamination in demanding composite applications.

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Seco Tools offers a variety of milling and drilling tools designed to prevent uncut fibers and delamination in demanding composite applications.

Feedmax solid carbide drills are designed to tackle a variety of holemaking operations in composite materials. This range of tools with various geometries consists of the C1 and C2 diamond-coated drills with diameters ranging from 0.1260" to 0.5", as well as the three-flute CX1 and flat-geometry CX2 PCD-tipped drills with a mix of dimensions for holes between 0.125" and 0.375".

Offering low surface roughness and high substrate adhesion, the company’s Jabro JC800 series of diamond-coated solid carbide cutters and PCD end mills are designed to efficiently and accurately machine workpieces from carbon fiber-reinforced polymers. This series consists of the JC840 and JC845 helix cutters, JC850 ballnose cutter, JC860 honeycomb sandwich router cutter, JC870 and JC871 multi-flute routers, and JC880 and JC885 low-helix four-flute end mills.

For fast, precise machining in abrasive materials, Niagara DiamondPlus cutters feature a diamond crystal coating for hardness approaching 10,000 Vickers. The coating’s matrix of micro- and nano-crystalline diamond provides a smooth, tough surface that is resistant to chipping and cracking, allowing for long tool life. This tool series includes more 200 different products, including two- and four-flute square and ball end mills in different geometries and lengths; compression cutters in fine and course pitches; drills; reamers; and fiber router burrs.