Cutting Tool Description

 

  • Ball Nose Cutters – typically used for milling operations
  • Boring Bars – used to open up holes that have been drilled
  • Brush Cutters – used to trim abrasive brushes
  • Counterbore Tools – used to machine a flat bottom hole
  • Countersink Tools – used to machine a conical hole
  • Custom Tools – designed for specific applications
  • Dressing Tools – used for dressing abrasive wheels
  • Drills – used to machine holes in the axial direction
  • Endmills – used for milling operations
  • Form Tools – used to machine forms
  • Grooving Tools – used to machine external, internal, face grooves, parting lines and profiles
  • Inserts – replaceable tools for turning, milling, threading and grooving
  • Hole Saws – ring shaped cutter for machining holes without destroying the core material
  • Reamers – rotary tool used to enlarge holes
  • Root Tools – used to cut root form in gears
  • Routers – used in milling operations
  • SERF Tools – used to simultaneously machine roughing and finishing passes
  • Stationary Blades – used to machine abrasive materials
  • Threading Tools – used to machine thread forms
  • Trepanning Tools – used to machine hole when machine power is inadequate for drilling