New drill technology could revolutionize deep hole drilling – Part I

Deep hole drilling is one of the more challenging drilling applications.  A couple of problems that can occur (particularly when drilling crankshaft and other treated materials) is when your drill comes upon a cross hole or some kind of interruption there can be a slight “push off” and/or extraordinary wear on the cutting edges.   We step into Greene Tool’s research and development area where Tom is testing out new drilling technology that will not only allow you to drill much faster and accurately even when encountering cross-holes or interruptions during drilling.  Furthermore, this new technology will extend the life of the tools  – allowing you to improve cycle times and save tool life.  This is part I of a II part series.

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