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Solid Carbide Universal Drill Handles Array of Materials and Applications

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The DC160 X∙treme Evo Advance solid carbide universal drill from Walter features positioning accuracy with its thinner web at the point, rapid guidance in the hole due to the advanced positioning of the margins and high productivity in many different applications.

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The DC160 X∙treme Evo Advance solid carbide universal drill from Walter features positioning accuracy with its thinner web at the point, rapid guidance in the hole due to the advanced positioning of the margins and high productivity in many different applications.

         The drill achieves improved point geometry by using a deeper and larger chip gash at the point, requiring less torque and feed force, improving tool life. This also moves the second margin forward, enabling quicker engagement and improving true position of the hole and boosts hole quality. The DC160 is a four-margin drill which provides improved stability in uneven entrance and exits, as well as cross holes or interruptions. It has a TiSiAlCrN/AlTiN multi-layer coating and is available in 3,5, 8 and 12 × Dc. The drill can be used with or without internal coolant, depending on size. The whole range covers diameters 3–20 mm, for 3,8 and 12 × Dc, along with 3–25 mm, for 5 × Dc (all diameters 1/8-3/4-inch nominal range).

         The drill can be used with all ISO material groups and in a wide variety of applications, such as inclined entries and exits, drilling holes close to the edge of the workpiece, or convex and concave surfaces. It can be used with all major machine tool types, including both horizontal and vertical machining centers and in lathes.

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