2/24/2017

Micro Drill Series Designed for Electronics Connector Applications

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Hassay Savage / GMauvaisUSA introduces three new lines of micro drills designed specifically for the electronics connector industries.

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Hassay Savage / GMauvaisUSA introduces three new lines of micro drills designed specifically for the electronics connector industries. Made with an h5 tolerance, the 3200-series three-flute long reamers, the 3100-series short cross drills and the 1100-series half round gundrills are all made of solid carbide and available in a range of standard micro sizes. The 3200 series is designed for high-performance drilling and reaming in one operation. The 3100 series has a shorter flute length and excels in cross-hole applications, leaving no burrs and making highly accurate cuts, says the company. Finally, the 1100 series uses a single-lip design to excel in softer materials, providing good chip evacuation and coolant flow.

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