PCT says its IXC series is engineered with a 45° protective corner chamfer and coolant holes to eliminate chipping on the cutting edge and permit efficient chip evacuation. The tool’s design consists of distinctive triple-margin for advanced precision and a smooth finish on the part.
PCT’s NXC series is engineered specifically for nickel-based drilling applications. The tool’s design features a double- margin geometry, coolant holes and a slow helix to provide you with advanced chip evacuation and a stronger cutting edge.
Precision Cutting Tool Inc.'s solid-carbide Hi-Depth Long Drills are for making holes 40 to 50 diameters deep. The through-coolant drills have self-centering capabilities for peck-free machining, according to the company.