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Drilling with Spot Drills and Carbide Bits

When it comes to using a milling machine, producing accurate holes can be a real challenge. Drill bits are not the most stable tools, which can lead to your bits "walking" off their mark and potentially ruining your workpiece. If you have experienced these issues with your milling machine, then spot drills and carbide bits might be the solution to your drilling problems.Drill bits are moderately unstable tools compared…See More
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A Look at Online Carbide Chamfer Mills

When it comes to milling tools, chamfer mills are incredibly useful little cutters that often get overlooked. While they are not the tool that you reach for when starting a new project, they are still an important tool in the milling industry. Today we'll be taking a look at the American made Chamfer cutters available from Online Carbide and how they can be utilized in your shop.Online Carbide is an American tool…See More
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Why You Should Be Using Solid Carbide Thread Mills

When it comes to creating threaded surfaces quickly and precisely, it is hard to beat thread milling. The speed and accuracy of computer numerical control milling machines, combined with the right cutting tools, can take the threading process from taking minutes to only a few seconds. For machinists who want the best possible results with regards to thread milling, solid carbide thread mills are the clear option.Before we get into the differences between carbide and steel tools, it is important…See More
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Finding The Best End Mills for Sale

The process of milling is a fast, efficient, and accurate way to produce custom components. Computer numerical control milling machines need quality cutters in order to get the job done right without damaging your workpiece or your machine. When you are trying to find the best end mills for sale, it is important to consider a few things.End mills are fast spinning tools that have to deal with a lot of different sources of the strain.…See More
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Are You Taking Full Advantage of Your Chamfer End Mills?

In terms of milling tools, chamfer end mills are often overlooked. It is not that surprising when you take a look at a chamfer cutter. They are usually small tools with a simple point that are only good for chamfering, or so you would think. Today we will be taking a closer look at these often overlooked cutting tools and discuss the many different milling operations they can perform.Chamfer End Mills There are many…See More
Mar 27
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When to Use Single Pitch Thread Mills

If you are familiar with thread milling then you know that it is a fast and efficient way to add threaded surfaces to your components using a milling machine. Thread mills are extremely versatile tools that can cut threaded surfaces in seconds. They are less prone to jamming and other common tap and die issues and a full form thread mill has rows of cutting teeth that can cut an entire threaded surface in a single 360 degree pass. In addition to these full form cutting tools, there are also…See More
Mar 25
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A Quick Look at Spot Drills

Spot drills are compact tools that are easy to overlook, but they serve an important purpose in any machine shop. These little cutting tools are important for drilling holes with extreme accuracy, a task that can be difficult when milling.What makes drilling such a risky procedure when it comes to milling is the potential for drill bits to deflect off of hard surfaces. Drill bits are relatively long compared to other…See More
Mar 22
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The Value of TiAlN Coated End Mills

End mills, like all cutting tools, have edges that will eventually wear down. No tool can keep its edge forever, but there are several methods used to extend the life of your tools. One of the most basic ways to get the most out of your milling machine’s cutting tools is to purchase end mills and drill bits constructed from solid carbide. Carbide is a stable and heat resistant tool making material that combines the strength of metals and the heat resistance and edge retention of ceramics. In…See More
Mar 18
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What Can Drill Mills Do?

When it comes to milling tools, most cutters are only designed for a singular purpose. That is one thing that makes drill mills shine. These versatile cutting tools are designed to perform a wide range of tasks, making them a must have for any machining shop. These specialized cutting tools are designed with the cutting flutes of an end mill and the pointed tip of a drill bit, giving them some of the strengths of both of…See More
Mar 17
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Online Carbide: A Reliable Solid Carbide End Mills Manufacturer

When it comes to milling tools, there are a lot of options available on the market. This includes both domestic and international tool solid carbide end mills manufacturers. If you are interested in finding some high quality tools then it is important to work with manufacturers that pay attention to details in order to make sure that your tools can handle the strain of high speed machining.The Importance of Carbide End mills are hard…See More
Mar 16
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Why Spot Drills Are so Important

While drilling holes is a common carpentry task that can often be achieved quickly and easily, things become a little more complicated when it comes to milling harder materials like cast iron and steel. When used for these tougher jobs, drill bits have a tendency to deflect off of hard materials and miss their marks. This is what makes the use of spot drills so important, especially when you are drilling into hard…See More
Mar 3
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Tool Chatter? Try a Variable End Mill

End mills have to undergo a lot of stressful forces, especially when working at high speeds. Like all rotating tools, end mills have a tendency to wobble at high speeds. While this effect might not be visible to the naked eye, it can have a big impact on the performance of your tools. One of the most noticeable side effects of high speed milling is tool chatter. Variable end mills have made big steps in alleviating this…See More
Mar 2
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Why You Should Be Using Carbide Cutting Tools

When it comes to hard working tools like end mills and drill bits, there are a lot of different options available on the market. If you are looking for the best options when purchasing tools for your shop, then carbide cutting tools are the clearly superior choice. If you have been wondering about the functionality of carbide tools vs steel tools, today we will be looking at both of these materials and their differences.What is…See More
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Drilling with Spot Drills and Carbide Bits

Posted on April 12, 2021 at 3:02am 0 Comments

When it comes to using a milling machine, producing accurate holes can be a real challenge. Drill bits are not the most stable tools, which can lead to your bits "walking" off their mark and potentially ruining your workpiece. If you have experienced these issues with your milling machine, then spot drills and carbide bits might be the solution to your drilling…

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A Look at Online Carbide Chamfer Mills

Posted on April 10, 2021 at 7:09am 0 Comments

When it comes to milling tools, chamfer mills are incredibly useful little cutters that often get overlooked. While they are not the tool that you reach for when starting a new project, they are still an important tool in the milling industry. Today we'll be taking a look at the American made Chamfer cutters available from Online Carbide and how they can be utilized in…

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Why You Should Be Using Solid Carbide Thread Mills

Posted on April 8, 2021 at 8:23am 0 Comments

When it comes to creating threaded surfaces quickly and precisely, it is hard to beat thread milling. The speed and accuracy of computer numerical control milling machines, combined with the right cutting tools, can take the threading process from taking minutes to only a few seconds. For machinists who want the best possible results with regards to thread milling, solid carbide thread mills are the clear option.…

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What Makes TiAlN Coated End Mills Superior?

Posted on April 6, 2021 at 9:11am 0 Comments

End mills are hard working tools that have to deal with extreme friction and the heat that resolves from the friction. In order to protect tools from these forces, specialized material coatings are used to alter the surface properties of these cutting tools. TiAlN coated end mills are a common upgrade over regular uncoated tools and the addition of this material offers…

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