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SUMOCHAM,

Regrinding Instructions for ICP Geometry

Regrinding Instructions for ICK Geometry

570

Modular Drill Bodies, Each

Can Carry a Variety of

Exchangeable Drilling Heads

with Different Diameters

MD-BODY-33-36-400-32A

MD-BODY-37-40-400-32A

MD-DFN

MD-DR-DH

LCF

393.3

DCX(2) DCONWS(3)

SET SCREW M6-MODUDRILL BLD T15/S7

Cutting diameter minimum

(3) HEAD connection size

MD-BODY

For tools, see pages: MD-DFN-HEAD (571) • MD-DR-DH-HEAD (572)

MD-DFN-HEAD

Carrying CHAMIQDRILL

Solid Carbide Inserts

MD-DFN 330 HEAD

MD-DFN 340 HEAD

MD-DFN 350 HEAD

MD-DFN 360 HEAD

MD-DFN 370 HEAD

MD-DFN 380 HEAD

MD-DFN 390 HEAD

HFP 330-IQ

HFP 340-IQ

HFP 350-IQ

HFP 360-IQ

HFP 370-IQ

HFP 380-IQ

HFP 390-IQ

K DFN

• For user guide and cutting conditions, see pages 575-578

For inserts, see pages: HFP-IQ (574)

For holders, see pages: MD-BODY (571)

MD-DR-DH-HEAD

Exchangeable Drilling

Heads with Guide Pads,

Carrying Square Inserts

MD-DR-DH 330 070606-06

MD-DR-DH 340 070606-06

MD-DR-DH 350 070606-06

MD-DR-DH 370 070707-06

MD-DR-DH 380 070707-06

MD-DR-DH 390 070707-06

MIID(1)

MIID_2(2)

SOMX 06

SOMX 07

SOMX 07 (3)

• For user guide and cutting conditions, see pages 597-610

(1) Master insert identification

(2) Master insert identification 2

(3) Inner insert

For inserts, see pages: SOMX-DT (595) • SOMX-GF (595) • SOMX-HD (595)

SR 22052/HG-P

DFN A-1.5D-IQ

DFN 330-050-32A-1.5D-IQ

DFN 340-051-32A-1.5D-IQ

DFN 350-053-32A-1.5D-IQ

DFN 360-054-32A-1.5D-IQ

DFN 370-056-32A-1.5D-IQ

DFN 380-057-32A-1.5D-IQ

DFN 390-059-32A-1.5D-IQ

GPS-06-20-120

87.5

103.4

7.33

7.62

8.04

150.2

152.8

158.1

160.8

163.4

DFN A-3D-IQ

DFN 330-099-32A-3D-IQ

DFN 340-102-32A-3D-IQ

DFN 350-105-32A-3D-IQ

DFN 360-108-32A-3D-IQ

DFN 370-111-32A-3D-IQ

DFN 380-114-32A-3D-IQ

DFN 390-117-32A-3D-IQ

141.2

145.3

153.6

205.3

209.5

213.6

217.8

221.9

DFN 330-165-32A-5D-IQ

DFN 340-170-32A-5D-IQ

DFN 350-175-32A-5D-IQ

DFN 360-180-32A-5D-IQ

DFN 370-185-32A-5D-IQ

DFN 380-190-32A-5D-IQ

DFN 390-195-32A-5D-IQ

209.2

215.3

221.5

227.6

233.8

239.9

269.2

275.3

281.5

287.6

293.8

299.9

DFN A-5D-IQ

DFN A-8D-IQ

DFN 330-264-32A-8D-IQ

DFN 340-272-32A-8D-IQ

DFN 350-280-32A-8D-IQ

DFN 360-288-32A-8D-IQ

DFN 370-296-32A-8D-IQ

DFN 380-304-32A-8D-IQ

DFN 390-312-32A-8D-IQ

311.2

320.3

329.5

338.6

347.8

356.9

371.2

380.3

389.5

398.6

407.8

416.9

573

Exchangeable DFN Drill Heads

for Carbon and Alloy Steel

HFP 331-IQ

HFP 332-IQ

HFP 333-IQ

HFP 334-IQ

HFP 335-IQ

HFP 339-IQ

HFP 343-IQ

HFP 345-IQ

HFP 349-IQ

HFP 355-IQ

HFP 362-IQ

HFP 364-IQ

HFP 365-IQ

HFP 375-IQ

HFP 381-IQ

HFP 385-IQ

HFP 392-IQ

HFP 395-IQ

HFP 397-IQ

HFP 400-IQ

HFP-IQ

• Intermediate sizes can be supplied on request

For tools, see pages: DFN A-1.5D-IQ (572) • DFN A-3D-IQ (572) • DFN A-5D-IQ (573) • DFN A-8D-IQ (573)

IFP-IQ

for Stainless Steel (ISO M) and

High temp. alloys (ISO S)

IFP 330-IQ

IFP 332-IQ

IFP 335-IQ

IFP 340-IQ

IFP 345-IQ

IFP 350-IQ

IFP 355-IQ

IFP 360-IQ

IFP 362-IQ

IFP 370-IQ

IFP 375-IQ

IFP 380-IQ

IFP 385-IQ

IFP 390-IQ

IFP 392-IQ

IFP 395-IQ

IFP 400-IQ

574

13.48

13.41

14.53

14.46

14.38

15.33

16.07

16.04

15.92

Insert Clamping Instructions

!

Exiting inclined surface

Entering inclined surface

Up to 7°

Boring

Up to 7°, reduce feed by 50-70% during exiting

Not possible

Cross hole

Maximum cross hole diameter must be ¼ of drill diameter

Stacked plates

Requires a rigid clamping

Chamber

Reduce feed by 50-70%, maximum depth 3XD

Convex

Concave

The radius of the penetration surface must be 4X the CHAMIQDRILL head ØD.

Short pre-hole is needed

Spot facing operation is needed before drilling

575

Cutting Condition Recommendations

Indication of Drill Head Wear

D=33.0-40.0

Flow Rate vs. Pressure and Drill Diameter

Drill Diameter (mm) Pressure (bar)

Flow Rate (liter/min)

38Ø < D nominal - 0.03

D nominal + 0.15 mm 70

20 D nominal

576

CHAMIQDRILL

(2) Worn-out drilling head

Declines

Achievable Hole Tolerances

5xD Drills

Alloy and Carbon Steel and Cast Iron

400 mm Modular Drills Alloy

and Carbon Steel and Cast Iron

Hole Geometrical Feature

What Should You Expect

Ø Diameter tolerance

+0.06 mm

Circularity

Hole axis straightness (/100mm)

0.6-3.2Ra

3. If the drill vibrates, reduce cutting

speed and increase feed rate.

50-70% when entering and exiting.

3. Increase workpiece chucking force.

1. Reduce cutting speed.

2. Increase internal coolant pressure.

Excessive Land Wear

0.03 mm T.I.R. (radial and axial).

3. When drilling rough, hard or sloped surfaces

(up to 7°), reduce the feed rate by 50%70% when entering and exiting.

4. Increase coolant pressure.

sure it is within 0.03 mm T.I.R.

6. Increase workpiece chucking force

stability and rigidity.

577

1. Check the runout and make sure it is within 0.03

4. Worn cutting edge. Replace head.

6. Increase internal coolant pressure.

7. Replace the drilling head

Hole Not Straight

1. Drill a pre-hole for centering (check

2. Increase coolant pressure; improve jet direction

3. Increase the feed.

reduce the feed rate by 50%-70% when entering.

1. Reduce the feed rate by 50%-70% when exiting.

578

Indexable Head Drills with One

D = 7.5 - 21.9

D = 22 - 25.9

DCM 075-022-12A-3D

DCM 080-024-12A-3D

DCM 085-025-12A-3D

DCM 090-027-12A-3D

DCM 095-028-12A-3D

DCM 100-030-16A-3D

DCM 105-031-16A-3D

DCM 110-033-16A-3D

DCM 115-034-16A-3D

DCM 120-036-16A-3D

DCM 125-037-16A-3D

DCM 130-039-16A-3D

DCM 135-040-16A-3D

DCM 140-042-16A-3D

DCM 145-043-16A-3D

DCM 150-045-20A-3D

DCM 160-048-20A-3D

DCM 170-051-20A-3D

DCM 180-054-25A-3D

DCM 190-057-25A-3D

DCM 200-060-25A-3D

DCM 210-063-25A-3D

DCM 220-066-25A-3D

DCM 230-069-25A-3D

DCM 240-072-25A-3D

DCM 250-075-25A-3D

39.1

82.3

90.8

95.1

78.1

96.1

112.8

134.3

146.8

159.6

K DCM- 8

K DCM- 9

K DCM-10

K DCM-11

K DCM-12

K DCM-13

K DCM-14

K DCM-15

K DCM-16

K DCM-17

K DCM-18

K DCM-19

K DCM-20

K DCM-21

K DCM-22

K DCM-23

K DCM-24

K DCM-25

DCM-3D (7.5-25.9 mm)

• Drill tolerance: k7 • For user guide and cutting conditions, see pages 582-587

For inserts, see pages: IDI-SG (581) • IDI-SK (581)

DCM-3.5D (7.5-20.9 mm)

Drilling Depth 3.5xD, Suitable

DCM 075-026-8B-3.5D

DCM 080-028-8B-3.5D

DCM 085-029-9B-3.5D

DCM 090-031-9B-3.5D

DCM 095-033-10B-3.5D

DCM 100-033-10B-3.5D

DCM 105-034-11B-3.5D

DCM 110-036-11B-3.5D

DCM 115-038-12B-3.5D

DCM 120-042-12B-3.5D

DCM 125-042-13B-3.5D

DCM 130-042-13B-3.5D

DCM 135-044-14B-3.5D

DCM 140-048-14B-3.5D

DCM 145-050-15B-3.5D

DCM 150-052-15B-3.5D

DCM 160-052-16B-3.5D

DCM 170-055-17B-3.5D

DCM 180-060-18B-3.5D

DCM 190-062-19B-3.5D

DCM 200-066-20B-3.5D

54.6

56.1

67.1

84.6

76.7

83.3

95.6

104.2

108.1

126.3

135.8

138.6

DCM-5D (7.5-25.9 mm)

DC = 22-25.9

DC = 7.5-21.9

DCM 075-037-12A-5D

DCM 080-040-12A-5D

DCM 085-042-12A-5D

DCM 090-045-12A-5D

DCM 095-047-12A-5D

DCM 100-050-16A-5D

DCM 105-052-16A-5D

DCM 110-055-16A-5D

DCM 115-057-16A-5D

DCM 120-060-16A-5D

DCM 125-062-16A-5D

DCM 130-065-16A-5D

DCM 135-067-16A-5D

DCM 140-070-16A-5D

DCM 145-072-16A-5D

DCM 150-075-20A-5D

DCM 160-080-20A-5D

DCM 170-085-20A-5D

DCM 180-090-25A-5D

DCM 190-095-25A-5D

DCM 200-100-25A-5D

DCM 210-105-25A-5D

DCM 220-110-25A-5D

DCM 230-115-25A-5D

DCM 240-120-25A-5D

DCM 250-125-25A-5D

76.2

85.5

89.2

92.2

107.5

114.3

145.5

151.6

102.1

105.1

118.1

124.2

127.2

130.5

133.5

137.2

145.7

157.5

170.3

176.3

188.8

195.1

201.5

580

Flat Shank, Drilling Depth 8xD

DC= 21-25.9

DC= 10-20.9

DCM 100-080-16A-8D

DCM 110-088-16A-8D

DCM 120-096-16A-8D

DCM 130-104-16A-8D

DCM 140-112-16A-8D

DCM 150-120-20A-8D

DCM 160-128-20A-8D

DCM 170-136-20A-8D

DCM 180-144-25A-8D

DCM 190-152-25A-8D

DCM 200-160-25A-8D

DCM 210-168-25A-8D

DCM 220-176-25A-8D

DCM 230-184-25A-8D

DCM 240-192-25A-8D

DCM 250-200-25A-8D

112.3

121.5

168.3

177.3

187.2

205.2

215.1

233.7

169.5

179.2

190.7

208.5

224.3

233.3

243.2

271.1

280.5

289.7

DCM-8D (10-25.9 mm)

IDI-SG/IDI-SK

SG-for General Use and

SK-for Cast Iron

6.8-21.9

22.0-25.9

IDI-SG...

IDI-SK...

DC (1)

7.5-7.9

10-10.9

11-11.9

12-12.9

13-13.9

14-14.9

15-15.9

16-16.9

17-17.9

18-18.9

19-19.9

20-20.9

21-21.9

22-22.9

23-23.9

24-24.9

25-25.9

The drilling bits are available in increments of 0.1 mm

Ordering example for the IDI 10.0 mm drilling head: IDI 100-SG IC908

For tools, see pages: DCM-3.5D (7.5-20.9 mm) (580) • DCM-3D (7.5-25.9 mm) (579) • DCM-5D (7.5-25.9 mm) (580) • DCM-8D 


(10-25.9 mm) (581) • DCT (M8-M24) (611)

581

Drilling Head Mounting Procedure

CHAMDRILL DCM Drilling Head

OIL

CHAMDRILL Unlocking Change in Torque

Typical Unlocking Torque Range

Torque [N*cm]

No. of Indexes

Dia. 17-25.9 mm

Dia. 11-16 mm

Dia. 7.5-10.5 mm

The number of indexing changes according to

machine/clamping rigidity, machining conditions,

workpiece material, coolant, cooling

pressure and correct usage.

In stationary drill

applications both

internal and external

coolant supply is

recommended.

582

Recommended Coolant Pressure and Flow Rate

8XD

* For special drills more than 8xD, it is recommended to use higher coolant pressure: 15–70 bar.

To guarantee chip evacuation, the coolant must always

flow through the tool. If the machine is not equipped

with coolant through the spindle, we recommend

using a coolant inducer. External coolant supply can

be used if hole depth is less than 1xD and reduced

cutting data is applied. The diagram shows the

coolant flow rates for different drills and pressures.

Coolant Mix

Recommended emulsion mix is 6-8%.

When drilling in stainless and high strength

steels, a mix of 10% is recommended.

Dry Drilling

It is possible to drill without coolant in cast iron.

Oil mist through the drill is then required (for 2xD max).

When using the IDI drilling head, high pressure oil or

7-15% mineral or vegetable based oil emulsion is highly

recommended for drilling stainless steel and

high temperature alloys.

Regrinding of drill head is not recommended;

it may cause drill malfunction.

Power/Force Requirements

Centering Hole Data for DCM 8xD

We strongly recommend the use of DCN 1.5D drill of the

same diameter to drill a centering pre-hole. The use of

the centering pre-hole improves hole location, accuracy,

roundness, straightness and surface finish and reliability.

Use internal coolant with at least 15 bar pressure.

Net Power

kW

Diameter (mm)

Material:SAE 4340

Speed: 100 m/min

Feed:

0.2 mm/rev

Values change for different materials

and drilling conditions.

583

584

Feed vs. Drill Diameter mm/rev

Mat.No.

Cutting Speed Vc m/min

50-130

D=6.8-10.9

D=11-12.9

D=13-14.9

D=15-16.9

D=17-20.9

D=21-25.9

0.3-0.4

0.3-0.45

0.12-0.22

0.2-0.28

0.25-0.33

0.14-0.20

0.16-0.24

0.15-0.28

0.35-0.45

0.2-0.35

0.25-0.4

0.35-0.5

0.05-0.1

0.09-0.15

0.15-0.2

0.15-0.23

40-70

As a starting value, the middle of the recommended machining range should be used.

The data refers to IC908. For IC1008, cutting speed should be increased by 15%.

585

Applications for DCM 3.5D

For better stability

in rough applications

and interrupted cuts

carbide drils without

changing any holding

UNICHAMDRILL,

multi-spindle

applications for close

spacing between

adjacent drills

CHAMDRILL

surfaces (up to 6°), reduce the feed rate by

586

1. Increase cutting speed.

Insufficient Pocket Gripping Torque

1. Check unlocking gripping torque with TK DCM torque

key. If there is no click indication - replace drill head.

3. When drilling rough, hard or sloped surfaces (up to

6°), reduce the feed rate by 30-50% when entering.

1. Reduce the feed rate by 30-50% when exiting.

587

DR-2D-N

Indexable Square Insert Drills with

Coolant Holes, Drilling Depth 2xD

DC= 14-60 mm

CNT DCONMS DF

DC= 12-13.5 mm

DR120-024-16-04-2D-N

DR125-025-16-04-2D-N

DR130-026-16-04-2D-N

DR135-027-16-04-2D-N

DR140-028-20-05-2D-N

DR145-029-20-05-2D-N

DR150-030-20-05-2D-N

DR155-031-20-05-2D-N

DR160-032-20-05-2D-N

DR165-033-20-05-2D-N

DR170-034-20-05-2D-N

DR175-035-20-05-2D-N

DR180-036-25-06-2D-N

DR185-037-25-06-2D-N

DR190-038-25-06-2D-N

DR195-039-25-06-2D-N

DR200-040-25-06-2D-N

DR205-041-25-06-2D-N

DR210-042-25-07-2D-N

DR215-043-25-07-2D-N

DR220-044-25-07-2D-N

DR225-045-25-07-2D-N

DR230-046-25-07-2D-N

DR235-047-25-07-2D-N

DR240-048-25-07-2D-N

DR025-050-32-09-2D-N

DR026-052-32-09-2D-N

DR027-054-32-09-2D-N

DR028-056-32-09-2D-N

DR029-058-32-09-2D-N

DR030-060-32-09-2D-N

DR031-062-32-09-2D-N

DR032-064-32-09-2D-N

DR033-066-32-09-2D-N

DR034-068-32-09-2D-N

DR035-070-32-12-2D-N

DR036-072-32-12-2D-N

DR037-074-32-12-2D-N

DR038-076-32-12-2D-N

DR039-078-32-12-2D-N

DR040-080-40-12-2D-N

DR041-082-40-12-2D-N

DR042-084-40-12-2D-N

DR043-086-40-12-2D-N

DR044-088-40-12-2D-N

DR045-090-40-16-2D-N

DR046-092-40-16-2D-N

DR047-094-40-16-2D-N

DR048-096-40-16-2D-N

DR049-098-40-16-2D-N

DR050-100-40-16-2D-N

DR051-102-40-16-2D-N

DR052-104-40-16-2D-N

DR053-106-40-16-2D-N

DR054-108-40-16-2D-N

DR055-110-40-16-2D-N

DR056-112-40-16-2D-N

DR057-114-40-16-2D-N

DR058-116-40-16-2D-N

DR059-118-40-16-2D-N

DR060-120-40-16-2D-N

CNT

17.1

G1/4"

G3/8"

G1/2"

G1/2-1

G3/4-14

AOMT 04

SOMX 05

SOMT 09

SOMT 12

SOMT 16

• Hole tolerance D+0.15/-0.05 in average conditions. However it can be higher or lower according to machine and tooling 


conditions

• For user guide and cutting conditions, see pages 597-605 • For eccenter sleeves (used with tool diameter range of 


14.00-60.00 only), see page 605

(1) The hole diameter can be enlarged by shifting the drill center along the lathe X-axis, or by using eccentric 


sleeves in drill rotating applications

For inserts, see pages: AOMT (594) • SOGX/T-AL (595) • SOMT-DT (596) • SOMT-GF (596) • SOMT-HD (596) • SOMX-DT (595) • 


SOMX-GF (595) • SOMX-HD (595)

DR-2D-N (continued)

DR(120-135)....-04-2D-N

DR(140-175)....-05-2D-N

DR(180-205)....-06-2D-N

DR(210-240)....-07-2D-N

DR(025-034)....-09-2D-N

DR(035-044)....-12-2D-N

DR(044-060)....-16-2D-N

34-533

34-533/L

34-508/L

14-560

34-506

14-544/S

76-961

589

DR-3D-N

Coolant Holes, Drilling Depth 3xD

DC = 14-38 mm

CNT DCONMS

DC = 12-13.5 mm

DR120-036-16-04-3D-N

DR125-038-16-04-3D-N

DR130-039-16-04-3D-N

DR135-041-16-04-3D-N

DR140-042-20-05-3D-N

DR145-044-20-05-3D-N

DR150-045-20-05-3D-N

DR155-047-20-05-3D-N

DR160-048-20-05-3D-N

DR165-050-20-05-3D-N

DR170-051-20-05-3D-N

DR175-053-20-05-3D-N

DR180-054-25-06-3D-N

DR185-056-25-06-3D-N

DR190-057-25-06-3D-N

DR195-059-25-06-3D-N

DR200-060-25-06-3D-N

DR205-062-25-06-3D-N

DR210-063-25-07-3D-N

DR215-065-25-07-3D-N

DR220-066-25-07-3D-N

DR225-068-25-07-3D-N

DR230-069-25-07-3D-N

DR235-071-25-07-3D-N

DR240-072-25-07-3D-N

DR025-075-32-09-3D-N

DR026-078-32-09-3D-N

DR027-081-32-09-3D-N

DR028-084-32-09-3D-N

DR029-087-32-09-3D-N

DR030-090-32-09-3D-N

DR031-093-32-09-3D-N

DR032-096-32-09-3D-N

DR033-099-32-09-3D-N

DR034-102-32-09-3D-N

DR035-105-32-12-3D-N

DR036-108-32-12-3D-N

DR037-111-32-12-3D-N

DR038-114-32-12-3D-N

103.5

117.5

131.5

134.5

143.5

G1/2-14

• Hole tolerance D+0.25/-0.05 in average conditions. However it can be higher or lower according to machine and tooling 


conditions

• For user guide and cutting conditions, see pages 597-605 • For eccenter sleeves (used with tool diameter range of 


14.00-38.00 only), see page 605

DR(120-135)....-04-3D-N

DR(140-175)....-05-3D-N

DR(180-205)....-06-3D-N

DR(210-240)....-07-3D-N

DR(025-034)....-09-3D-N

DR(035-038)....-12-3D-N

590

DR-4D-N

Indexable Square Insert

Drills with Coolant Holes,

Drilling Depth 4xD

DR120-048-16-04-4D-N

DR125-050-16-04-4D-N

DR130-052-16-04-4D-N

DR135-054-16-04-4D-N

DR140-056-20-05-4D-N

DR145-058-20-05-4D-N

DR150-060-20-05-4D-N

DR155-062-20-05-4D-N

DR160-064-20-05-4D-N

DR165-066-20-05-4D-N

DR170-068-20-05-4D-N

DR175-070-20-05-4D-N

DR180-072-25-06-4D-N

DR185-074-25-06-4D-N

DR190-076-25-06-4D-N

DR195-078-25-06-4D-N

DR200-080-25-06-4D-N

DR205-082-25-06-4D-N

DR210-084-25-07-4D-N

DR215-086-25-07-4D-N

DR220-088-25-07-4D-N

DR225-090-25-07-4D-N

DR230-092-25-07-4D-N

DR235-094-25-07-4D-N

DR240-096-25-07-4D-N

DR025-100-32-09-4D-N

DR026-104-32-09-4D-N

DR027-108-32-09-4D-N

DR028-112-32-09-4D-N

DR029-116-32-09-4D-N

DR030-120-32-09-4D-N

DR031-124-32-09-4D-N

DR032-128-32-09-4D-N

DR033-132-32-09-4D-N

DR034-136-32-09-4D-N

DR035-140-32-12-4D-N

DR036-144-32-12-4D-N

DR037-148-32-12-4D-N

DR038-152-32-12-4D-N

DR039-156-32-12-4D-N

DR040-160-40-12-4D-N

DR041-164-40-12-4D-N

DR042-168-40-12-4D-N

DR043-172-40-12-4D-N

DR044-176-40-12-4D-N

DR045-180-40-16-4D-N

DR046-184-40-16-4D-N

DR047-188-40-16-4D-N

DR048-192-40-16-4D-N

DR049-196-40-16-4D-N

DR050-200-40-16-4D-N

DR051-204-40-16-4D-N

DR052-208-40-16-4D-N

DR053-212-40-16-4D-N

DR054-216-40-16-4D-N

DR055-220-40-16-4D-N

DR056-224-40-16-4D-N

DR057-228-40-16-4D-N

DR058-232-40-16-4D-N

DR059-236-40-16-4D-N

DR060-240-40-16-4D-N

G 1/2"-14

G 3/4"-14

• Hole tolerance D+0.35/-0.05 in average conditions. However it can be higher or lower according to machine and tooling 


conditions

• For eccenter sleeves (used with tool diameter range of 14.00-60.00 only), see page 605

• For user guide and cutting conditions, see pages 597-605

591

DR-4D-N (continued)

DR(120-135)....-04-4D-N

DR(140-175)....-05-4D-N

DR(180-205)....-06-4D-N

DR(210-240)....-07-4D-N

DR(025-034)....-09-4D-N

DR(035-044)....-12-4D-N

DR(045-060)....-16-4D-N

DR-5D-N

Coolant Holes, Drilling Depth 5xD

DR140-070-20-05-5D-N

DR150-075-20-05-5D-N

DR160-080-20-05-5D-N

DR170-085-20-05-5D-N

DR180-090-25-06-5D-N

DR190-095-25-06-5D-N

DR200-100-25-06-5D-N

DR210-105-25-07-5D-N

DR220-110-25-07-5D-N

DR230-115-25-07-5D-N

DR240-120-25-07-5D-N

17.35

17.98

20.98

23.63

24.25

25.00 (2)

• Hole tolerance D+0.35/-0.05 in average conditions. However it can be higher or lower according to machine and tooling 


conditions • For eccenter sleeves, see page 605

(2) One flat shank

For inserts, see pages: SOGX/T-AL (595) • SOMX-DT (595) • SOMX-GF (595) • SOMX-HD (595)

592

Indexable Insert Drills for Non-Rotating

Applications with Coolant Holes and

One Flat Shank, Drilling Depth 4xD

Rear Port

Flange Port Th1

DR140-056-20-05-4D-T

DR160-064-20-05-4D-T

DR180-072-25-06-4D-T

DR210-084-25-07-4D-T

DR250-100-32-09-4D-T

DR280-112-32-09-4D-T

DR310-124-32-09-4D-T

DR320-128-32-09-4D-T

DR350-140-32-12-4D-T

DR400-160-40-12-4D-T

DR450-180-40-16-4D-T

DR520-208-40-16-4D-T

DR560-224-40-16-4D-T

DR580-232-40-16-4D-T

DR590-236-40-16-4D-T

Th1

39.9

NPT 1/4-18

NPT 3/8-18

NPT 1/2-14

NPT 3/4-14

NPT 1/16-27

DR-4D-T

For inserts, see pages: SOGX/T-AL (595) • SOMT-DT (596) • SOMT-GF (596) • SOMT-HD (596) • SOMX-DT (595) • SOMX-GF (595) 


• SOMX-HD (595)

PLG 1/16PTF

PLG 3/4PTF

PLG 1/4PTF Z C

PLG 3/8PTF

PLG 1/2PTF

593

DR-CA

DR Large Diameter Drills

(57-80 mm) with Cartridges

and One Flat Shank

DR057>062-15550-10/11CA

DR063>066-165DR057>062-15550-10/11CA

50-10/11CA

DR063>066-165DR067>073-18350-10/11CA

50-11/12CA

DR067>073-18350-11/12CA

DR074>080-200-

50-12/14CA

DCX(1) Shim Plate

DC LU DCONMS DF LPR LS

Insert Clamping

Key Blade & Handle

On internal cartridge:

On internal cartridge: On internal cartridge:

Ext.-SOMT 100408-DT Ext.&Int.-SR 14-571

Ext.&Int.-BLD T10/S7

Int.-SOMT 100408-DT

On external cartridge: On external cartridge: On external cartridge:

Ext.-SOMT 110408-DT Ext.-SR 14-544/S

Ext.-BLD T15/S7

Insert Clamping Key Blade & Handle

Inserts 100408-DT

Int.-SOMT

Int.-SR

Int.-BLD T10/S7

Screw 14-571

Internal:

57 155

75 201 80

CA63>66-IN-10/10 Ext.-SOMT 100408-DT Ext.&Int.-SR 14-571

63 165

75 215 80

ISP-10-D058

CA57>62-IN-10/10 Ext.-SOMT 100408-DT Ext.&Int.-SR 14-571

58 155

ISP-10-D064

ISP-10-D059

100408-DT

64 165 5050 75 7520121580 80

59 155

67ISP-10-D060

ISP-10-D065

165 5050 75 7520121580 80

External:

On external

cartridge:

Oncartridge:

external cartridge:

6065 155

ISP-10-D066

cartridge:cartridge:

ISP-10-D061

CA63>66-EX-10/11 Int.-SOMT

6166 155

110408-DT

Ext.-SR Ext.-SR

14-544/S14-544/S

Ext.-BLD Ext.-BLD

T15/S7 T15/S7

ISP-10-D062 CA57>62-EX-10/11 Ext.-SOMT

Ext.-SOMT

Int.-SR 14-571 Int.-BLD T10/S7

62 155

Int.-SR 14-571

67 183

75 240 80

On internal

On cartridge:

internal cartridge:

On internalOncartridge:

ISP-11-D068

183 5050 75 7521524080 80

CA67>73-IN-11/11

Ext.-SR

Ext.&Int.-BLD

CA63>66-IN-10/10

Ext.&Int.-SR

14-571

T10/S7 T15/S7

6368 165

ISP-11-D069

110408-DT Int.-SR 14-544/S

6469 165

ISP-11-D070

6570 165

ISP-11-D071

6671 165

CA63>66-EX-10/11

Ext.-BLD Ext.&Int.-BLD

T15/S7

CA67>73-EX-11/12

120408-DT

ISP-11-D072

72 183

Int.-SR 14-544/S

ISP-11-D073

ISP-11-D068 Internal:

6874 183

200 5050 75 7524025080 80

Ext.-SR On

T15/S7 cartridge:

ISP-12-D075

6975 183

CA74>80-IN-12/12

Ext.&Int.-SR 14-544/S Ext.&Int.-BLD T15/S7

75 250 80

ISP-12-D076

7076 183

On external cartridge: On external cartridge:

ISP-12-D077

7177 183

81ISP-11-D072 CA67>73-EX-11/12 Ext.-SOMT 120408-DT Ext.-SR 14-544/S

Ext.&Int.-BLD T15/S7

ISP-12-D078 External:

7278 183

Int.-SOMT 110408-DT Int.-SR 14-544/S

Ext.-BLD T20/S7

ISP-12-D079 CA74>80-EX-12/14 Ext.-SOMT 140512-DT Ext.-SO 50090I

7379 183

ISP-12-D080

On internalInt.-BLD

7480 200

200 5050 75 7525025080 80

CA57>62-IN-10/10

ISP-10-D060

ISP-10-D061 External:

ISP-10-D062 CA57>62-EX-10/11

CA74>80-IN-12/12 Ext.-SOMT 120408-DT Ext.&Int.-SR 14-544/S Ext.&Int.-BLD T15/S7

75 200

• Hole tolerance: D±0.5 in76average

However,

it can be higher

or lower according to machine

and tooling

conditions

200 conditions.

250 80

DR074>080-200• For user guide and cutting

597-604

77 conditions,

50 see pages

75 250

On

external

ISP-12-D078

78 200

79 200 (596)

50 • SOMT-GF

75 250 (596)

80 • SOMT-HD (596)

For inserts, see pages: SOMT-DT

Int.-SOMT 120408-DT Int.-SR 14-544/S

Int.-BLD T15/S7

80 200

Side Coolant Hole Plug: PLUG R1/4 SPC (Key: HW6.0)

Cartridge Clamping Screw and Washer

For DR061-066 Screw: SR M5x16 DIN912

Side Key:

Hole Plug:

R1/4 SPC

(Key:

HW4.0

Washer:

M5HW6.0)

DIN125A

For DR067-080 Screw: SR M6x20 DIN912 Key:

HW5.0

FLAT M6 DIN125B

Clamping

and Washer

Drill Assembly

Key: HW4.0 Washer: WASHER FLAT M5 DIN125A

For DR067-080

Screw:

SR M6x20

DIN912(Key:

Key:T-10/51)

Shim Plate

SR M3x5.5

HW5.0 Washer: WASHER FLAT M6 DIN125B

Internal Cartridge

External Cartridge

Shim Plate Screw SR M3x5.5 (Key: T-10/51)

AOMT

Inserts for DR Drills

178°

• Used on 12-13.5 mm DR drills

(1) For low carbon steel and soft materials.

594

AOGT 040204-90AL

AOMT 040204-90DT

AOMT 040204-90HD (1)

Inserts for DR Drills with a DT

General Use Chipformer

IC9080

SOMX 050204-DT

SOMX 060304-DT

SOMX 070305-DT

SOMX 160512-DT

SOMX-DT

• DT - a general use chipformer for medium to high feed rates

SOMX-GF

Inserts with a GF Chipformer for

Soft Materials Used on DR Drills

SOMX 050204-GF

SOMX 060304-GF

SOMX 070305-GF

• GF - a narrow chipformer for use on soft materials at low to medium feed rates

SOMX-HD

Inserts for DR Drills for Carbon

Steel and Soft Materials

SOMX 050204-HD

SOMX 060304-HD

SOMX 070305-HD

SOGX/T-AL

Inserts for DR Drills for Aluminum

SOGX 050204-AL

SOGX 060304-AL

SOGX 070305-AL

SOGT 09T306-AL

SOGT 120408-AL

• Sharp cutting edge with polished rake for aluminum

595

Inserts for DR Drills for Soft Materials

at Low-to-Medium Feeds

SOMT 09T306-GF

SOMT 120408-GF

SOMT 160512-GF

SOMT-GF

SOMT-HD

SOMT 09T306-HD

SOMT 100408-HD

SOMT 110408-HD

SOMT 120408-HD

SOMT 160512-HD

SOMT-DT

Inserts for DR Drills for

General Applications at

Medium-to-High Feeds

596

SOMT 060204-DT

SOMT 09T306-DT

SOMT 100408-DT

SOMT 110408-DT

SOMT 120408-DT

SOMT 140512-DT

SOMT 160512-DT

Insert Positioning

Machining Conditions

Cooling Methods

Directing the coolant through the tool is essential

for reliable machining. This method prevents

chip pile up, insert damage or breakage, and

damage to the workpiece surface.

Rotating Drills

Internal Coolant

External Coolant

Apply standard cutting data.

Drilling depth is limited to 1.5xD.

For larger depths, a pecking

cycle is recommended.

For best results:

How to Select Cutting Parameters

Step 1 - Prior to Drilling

1. Check adapter rigidity.

2. Minimize drill runout in relation

to spindle center line.

3. Use recommended cutting conditions.

Step 2 - Initial Test Hole Drilling

• Use charts on pages 600-601 to select feed

and speed according to workpiece material.

• Evaluate chip evacuation. If not satisfactory, adjust

feed and speed, using example photos below.

• For the first grade choice. In general we

recommend selecting IC808.

• If chip evacuation is still a problem, i.e. chips are too

long, change the chipbreaker to GF as shown below.

SOMT/SOMX

Optimizing Chip Shape

Chip control is one of the

most important factors for

tool performance in order

to facilitate chip evacuation

and avoid tool damage.

Cutting conditions must

be adjusted to achieve

optimal chip shape.

Too Tight

may cause insert damage

Optimal Shape

Too Long

may cause tool damage

How To Achieve Optimal Chip Shape

Increase speed within

recommended limits.

If not satisfactory,

decrease feed.

If machining at high speed,

first reduce speed.

If unsatisfactory, increase

feed, but do not

exceed upper limit.

597

Setup of Non-Rotating Drills

Drill Positioning on Turret Lathe

*

The peripheral insert cutting edge

should be parallel to the machine X-axis.

Ya

xis

Xa

Diameter Change by Center Shift

DR-12

DR-06

D Max. on

Lathe

DR-09

Two Correct

Options

The drill can be mounted on the X

axis or on a 180º rotation

For better chip evacuation it is recommended

to apply option A peripheral insert position.

D Max. on Lathe

Applicable only when using SOMT inserts

Y axis

X axis

Optimizing Chip Shape for DR Drills

SOMT...DT

Change hole diameter

by shifting drill’s center

along lathe x-axis

SOMT...GF

A narrow chipformer

for use on soft

materials, at low to

medium feed rates.

A general-use chipformer

for medium to high feed rates.

Chip Formation Examples

Cutting Conditions:

Material: SAE 1060

f=0.14 mm/rev

598

Shifting

Direction

Make sure the center line of the drill is aligned with

the spindle center line. It is recommended to verify the setup

according to the instructions shown below.

D-0

.3 (

)

D+

1 (m

m)

Under regular conditions it is possible to adjust

the center line of the drill (X axis of the machine),

in order to change hole diameter size.

CO

1. Drill a hole 6 mm deep with the drill center

line aligned with the spindle center line.

2. Check the existing core. If there is no core, check the

alignment of the Y-axis of the drill and spindle. Correct

by checking the adapter or adjusting the Y-axis.

3. Check that the hole diameter equals the drill

diameter +0.0- +0.2 mm. If not, adjust the X-axis.

4. Note: In some operations, part of the

core may break. If this occurs, use finger

contact to verify if any core remains.

Warning: As the drill goes all the way

through a workpiece, it ejects a disc. For

worker safety, guards should be used.

Drilling Insert Grades

Main

Steel Ferritic Austenitic & Duplex

& martensitic (Ferritic-Austenitic)

15-20

21-28

31-37

38-41

Temp

IC808(908) IC808(908) IC808(908)

DRILLING

(¹) Use for an outer insert on DR drills

IC8080(1)(9080) IC808(908) IC808(908) IC808(908)

Default recommendation

599

Machining Data for DR Drills

Grades: first choice IC808, IC8080

This table refers to 2/3xD drill ratio usage. For 4xD ratio decrease cutting data by 15%

Chipformer should be selected based on our geometry range recommendations

When using external coolant supply only, reduce cutting speed by 10%

Use internal coolant supply when machining austenitic stainless steel

Cutting Speed (1)

IC808/908

IC8080/9080

200-300

260-390

DR-05

DR-04

DT/HD

190-260

190-290

DR-07

DR-09/10

DR-11/12

DR-14/16

GF/DT/

AL/HD

HD

0.12-0.16

0.14-0.17

0.14-0.22

0.16-0.26

0.14-0.16

0.15-0.24

120-190

160-250

210-310

160-240

190-320

0.08-0.16

0.20-0.34

190-390

0.08-0.24

0.12-0.25

0.28-0.45

30-60

0.05-0.09

0.06-0.09

Central insert should always be IC808/IC908

• This table refers to 2/3xD drill lengths. For 4xD and 5XD drills, decrease cutting data by 15%

• When using only external coolant supply, reduce cutting speed by 10%

601

602

Machining Conditions for Large Diameter DR-TWIST Drills

60-66 dia.

67-73 dia.

74-80 dia.

(<0.3% C)

0.09-0.14

Carbon Steel

(>0.3% C)

0.14-0.21

(<HB300)

0.12-0.21

(>HB300)

0.09-0.17

Ductile

0.12-0.23

330-380

0.17-0.29

Ti Alloy

(Ti 6AI)

0.14-0.18

Feed (mm/rev)

Machine Power and Feed Force Requirements

Power required, in relation to drill diameter

Required Machine Power

Material: SAE 4140

Cutting speed: 100 m/min

For different cutting speeds,

use factor as follows:

Power Pe (kW)

Machine Power P=


η=Machine efficiency

f=0.25 f=0.18 f=0.1

Feed force (thrust force) required,

in relation to drill diameter

Required Feed Force

Feed Force (kN)

Internal Coolant Pressure

Selecting Coolant Pressure and Flow Rate

7-13 X D

4.5 X D

2XD

Harder,

Wear

Resistant

* For special drills more than 4xD, it is recommended to use high coolant pressure 15–70 bar

603

Irregular Conditions for DR Drills

If surface slope exceeds 5º, reduce feed

by 50% during penetration or exit.

It is preferred to pre-face the

surface to eliminate slope.

1. Drilling into a pre-hole reduces feed to

eliminate deflection(1) of the drill body.

2. Drilling an interrupted cut reduces feed during

crossing to eliminate deflection(1) of the drill body.

3. Insufficient stability of workpiece requires

additional support. Reduce feed.

Regular Conditions for DR Drills

Deflection may be observed by a mark on the drill body.

Note: For irregular applications, , use DR drills with XOMT

inserts as a first priority.

Drilling operation is not recommended, but may be

done by specially designed drills in 16-60 mm range.

Note: For irregular applications, use DR drills

with XOMT inserts as a first priority.

Indexable Insert Drills - Troubleshooting DR Chips

Chip Jamming due to Long Chips

Solutions

1. Increase feed. If drilling a

very soft material, reduce

feed and increase speed.

2. Choose a geometry with a tighter

chipbreaker for lower feeds (GF).

3. Long chips that rotate around

the drill are problematic. If

chip formation can not be

improved by changing the machining

conditions, use a pecking cycle.

1. Increase coolant

pressure/volume.

Chipping Along Cutting Edge

Chipping of Center Insert

1. Check mounting of drill.

2. Check mounting of workpiece.

3. Reduce entrance feed.

4. Reduce cutting speed.

5. Check drill runout (should

be 0.05 mm maximum).

2. Increase coolant

3. Choose a better wear

resistant grade.

Machine Troubleshooting

Vibrations

Insufficient Torque

Insufficient Power

3. Increase feed. If drilling a very soft material,

reduce feed and increase speed.*

* Use GF chipformer

1. Reduce entrance feed.

2. Choose a tougher grade.

3. Choose a geometry with open chip breaking

for higher feeds. (SOMT, WOLH)

4. Reduce feed.*

5. Reduce cutting speed.

6. Increase coolant pressure.

604

Chip Jamming despite Short Chips

1. Reduce feed.*

2. Choose a geometry with

a looser chipformer.

2. Reduce feed.*

3. Choose a geometry with

3 typ.x2 (1)

Drilling Eccenter Sleeves

Bushings for Enlarging

or Reducing DR Nominal

Drilling Diameters by Shifting

the Drill Off-Center

ECCENTER SLEEVE 20X25

ECCENTER SLEEVE 25X32

ECCENTER SLEEVE 32X40

ECCENTER SLEEVE 40X50

• (1) Holes for inserting a pin, used to facilitate radial adjustment of the sleeve (pin not supplied)

For tools, see pages: DR-2D-N (588) • DR-3D-N (590) • DR-4D-N (591) • DR-4D-T (593) • DR-5D-N (592)

Eccenter Sleeve Operating Instructions

Operation on a Lathe

Tool’s axis

-4 8

-0.2 M

Eccenter

Sleeve

Turret axis

DCnom+0.2

DCnom

Tool and turret axes coincide

+0 0

DR-Drill

X.001”

On a lathe the eccenter sleeve can shift the drill’s

axis to coincide with the spindle axis.

The eccentric sleeve enables alignment of the drill’s axis with the spindle

axis within a 0.2 mm range (turn the sleeve counterclockwise to raise it).

Radial adjustment

pin (not supplied)

On a milling machine the drill’s nominal

diameter can be changed by shifting

the drill’s axis out of the tool spindle.

D + 0.4mm

MILL

-0.2

L M

Operation on a Milling Machine

0.2m

To enlarge the diameter, turn the sleeve clockwise.

D-

D-0.2

D+0.4

Recommended Feed When Using Eccenter Sleeves

Hole Diameter 29.8 mm

Feed Rate

90%

Drill Diameter = 30 mm

Hole Diameter 30 mm

60%

50%

40%

80%

70%

Length to

Dia. Ratio

Hole Diameter 30.4 mm

The adjustment markings should be located

perpendicular to the flat circumference of the DR flange.

To facilitate the rotation of the sleeve, a metal

rod or a screw key may be inserted into a

hole on the eccentric sleeve flange. Unlock

adapter screw before adjusting sleeve.

605

DR-DH Deep Drills for Milling Centers and Lathe Machines

DR-DH are drills for a drilling depth-to-diameter ratio of

7XD and up, to be used on standard horizontal milling

centers, turning, and multi-task machines.

Use of supplementary machine and setup can

be avoided. These drills can be used with the

existing adaptations, not requiring any special

coolant pressure or extra pump capacity.

DR-DH drills are available as semi-standard items

in the diameter range of 25.4 to 69.5 mm.

• High feed drilling: up to 0.35 mm/rev for

high productivity

• Excellent surface quality: Ra = 0.6 – 2.0 [µm]

• Good hole cylindricity: 50-80 [µm]

• Hole tolerance: IT10

• Large drilling depth: L=7xD and higher – up to 800 mm

• Carries standard SOMX/SOMT indexable inserts

• No dedicated machine or extra setup needed

• Standard coolant pressure as used in general drilling

• Standard indexable, double-ended guide pads

• Used for steel (ISO P) and cast iron (ISO K) materials

ISCAR offers two drill versions:

Single Flute

DR-DH-31.65-0350NC-2FS

• Very rigid tool

• Designed for easily to cut materials such

as cast iron and low alloyed steel

• Patented chip gullet design

Double Flute

DR-DH-31.65-0350NC-2FD

• Double chip gullet for improved chip flow

• Designed for drilling gummy materials such as

non-alloyed steel and high temperature alloys

Metric

DR-DH-31.65-0350NC-2 F D

Family

Drilling depth (mm)

Dia. (mm)

Shank Type

F=Cartridge

R= No cartridge

No. of Pads

D=Double flute

S=Single flute

D R - D H - 1.500-12.00NC - 2 F D

The DR-DH drills will be supplied upon request.

For a quotation, please contact ISCAR headquarters,

providing all necessary hole and drill details

(See following requested information form).

Requested Information Form for

Deep Hole Drill Design

Company name _______________________________

Telephone no. _____________________________

_______________________________

Address

_____________________________

Date

Contact person _______________________________

Customer no. _____________________________

Product name___________________________________________________________ Hole diameter

Hole depth_____________________________________ No. of holes _______________________ Tolerance (of hole)

Surface finish (Rz, Ra...) __________________________ Straightness (mm/100)______________________________

Material (DIN, AISI, JIS...)

Hardness (HB, HS, HRC...)

 Annealed

 Quenched

 Tempered

 Cast

 Other

MACHINE

Machine supplier name

Machine type/model

 NC lathe

Machining center

 Horizontal

Rigidity

 Good

 Normal

 Poor

 Vertical

__________________

Spindle power (kW)

Tool and/or workpiece

rotation (TR/WR)

Tool and

Rotating

workpiece (WR)

tool (TR)

TYPE OF COOLANT

Water based

Oil based

 Soluble

 Coolant

Pressure (bar)

 Emulsio

_______________

_________________%

Coolant Volume

(L/min)

____________________

Hole Data

Need a pre-hole drill quotation 

Pre-drilled hole size

(mm/inch)

607

Bore Type

Please sketch your drilling application

GENERAL PRODUCTION INFORMATION

Quantity of parts per year__________________________________________________________________________________

Grade, tool life, etc _______________________________________________________________________________________

Perfomance expectation

Vc=________m/min

N=________RPM

F=_______mm/min

f=________mm/rev

Description of present system in use ________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

____________________________________________

Please fill in and return to your ISCAR representative.

608

1. A short pre-hole 20 mm long (minimum) with H8 hole

tolerance should be prepared to guide the long drill

(a standard DR drill or an endmill can be used).

Option No.1

1.1- Penetration with an endmill

2.1- Enlargement with the endmill

Hole Tolerance H8

Option No.2

1.2- Penetration by drilling

2.2- DRG-MF boring

3- Deep hole drilling with DR-DH

DR-DH

2. The DR-DH drill should enter into the pre-hole at

slow rotation speed and with coolant supply.

DR-DH Insert Mounting Configuration vs. Drill Diameter

ø##.#[mm]

25.4-28.5

28.6-30.0

30.1-33.0

33.1-37.5

37.6-40.5

40.6-42.9

43.0-47.5

47.6-51.0

51.1-54.0

54.1-57.4

57.5-61.0

61.1-63.0

63.1-69.5

Central

Intermediate

Peripheral

Guiding

Pad

SOMX 050204…

SOMX 060304…

SOMX 070305…

SOMT 09T306…

SOMT 100408…

SOMT 110408…

SOMT 120408…

GPS-06-20-075

GPS-07-20-120

GPS-08-25-155

GPS-10-30-200

GPS-14-40-250

SOMX 050204... SR 34-533/L

SOMX 060304... SR 34-508/L

SOMX 070305... SR 14-560

T-8/51

SOMT 09T306... SR 34-506

SOMT 100408... SR 14-571

SOMT 110408... SR 14-544/S

SOMT 120408... SR 14-544/S

GPS-06-20-085

GPS-06-20-100

SR 11201753-1

SR 11201752-2

SR 11201753-4

SR 11201753-6

T-7

T-15

T-9

609

• DR-DH drills can be used with any type of adaptation.

However, concentric adapters such as hydraulic chucks

are advantageous for better runout. When machining

high temperature alloys or applying very high machining

loads, it is advisable to use strong gripping adapters

such as: side lock adapters, power / hydraulic chucks

• In case of chip formation or chip evacuation problems,

the following sequence is recommended:

1. Reduce cutting speed by 10%

2. Increase internal coolant pressure

3. Apply a pecking cycle

4. Interrupted cut will have a direct influence on

hole accuracy, quality and drill life. (Sometimes

even tool breakage can occur).

Double-ended Pad

Worn support pads provide poor surface finish in

a drilled hole. In this case, pads should be rotated

or replaced.

Rotate when wear shows on the back side of the pad

DR-DH Machining Recommendations

Tensile Strength

Rm [N/mm2]

0.1 - 0.25 %C

0.25 - 0.25 %C

Non-alloy steel,

cast steel, free

0.55 - 0.80 %C

610

alloying elements)

High alloy steel, cast

steel and tool steel

and cast steel

(less than 5%

0.18-0.35

180-300

DCN(2) PHD(3) DCX(4) DC_2 DCONMS SDL LU

45.1

LPR OAL

72.8

88.14

93.05

98.86

108.18

110.55

116.18

128.82

PL SSC(5) Th(6) SD_2

25.74

30.55

33.76

39.08

43.55

46.98

54.32

Chamfering Inserts Mainly

for Pre-Thread Holes

DCT 068-021-14B-M8 (1)

DCT 085-026-14B-M10

DCT 102-030-14B-M12

DCT 120-035-16B-M14

DCT 140-039-18B-M16

DCT 175-042-20B-M20

DCT 210-048-25B-M24

DCT (M8-M24)

• Hole tolerance: D+0.05 in average conditions. However, it can be higher or lower according to machine and tooling 


conditions.

• For user guide and cutting conditions, see page 612

(1) Reduce recommended feed for DCT 6.8 mm drills by 10%

(3) Pre-thread hole diameter

(5) Seat size code

(6) Used for standard thread size

For inserts, see pages: AOMT-Chamfering (611) • IDI-SG (581) • IDI-SK (581)

AOMT 060204-45DT

AOMT 030204-N-..DT

Chamfering Inserts

S±0.025

5.66

AOMT 060204-45HD (1)

AOMT 030204-N-45DT (2)

AOMT 030204-N-30DT (2)

IC508

AOMT-Chamfering

• The cutting speed is dependent on the drilling insert being used

(1) For low carbon steel

(2) Used for specially tailored tools

Pre-Thread DCT Drills

There are two main applications

for pre-thread hole drilling:

Drilling pre-thread blind and through holes:

Drilling with a 45° chamfer

Drilling and counter boring

6 mm max

Pre-Thread DCT Metric Threads

Recommended Diameters

Drill Designation

DCT 068-021-14B-M8

6.80-7.49

8.30-8.99

10.0-10.99

12.0-12.99

14.0-14.99

17.3-17.99

21.0-21.99

Helicoil

Head

TR12X2

TR14X4

TR14X2

TR16X4

TR18X4

14.99

TR22X5

MF

TR10X1.5

10.99

12.99

TR10X3

MF8X0.75

MF8X1

MF10X1

MF10X1.25

MF11X1

MF12X1

MF12X1.25

MF12X1.5

MF13X1

MF14X1

MF14X1.25

MF14X1.5

MF16X1

MF16X1.5

MF20X2

MF22X1

17.99

Inch Threads

Thread Dia.

8.30-8.99 UNF3/8-24 8.5

UNC1/2-13 10.8

UNC9/16-12 12.3

14.0-14.99 UNF5/8-18 14.5

17.3-17.99 UNF3/4-16 17.5

UNC5/16-18

Head BSW Head

Dia. Thread Dia.

BSF

BSW1/2-12 10.5

BSF1/2-16 10.99

BSF9/16-16 12.50

612

NPT

8.30-8.99 NPT1/8-27

14.0-14.99 NPT3/8-18

17.3-17.99 NPT1/2-14

Head BSP Head

G1/8-28

UNEF3/8-32

UNJF3/8-24

UNEF5/8-24

UNEF3/4-20

UNJF5/8-18

DCNT 068-021-12A-M8

DCNT 085-026-12A-M10

DCNT 102-030-16A-M12

DCNT 120-035-16A-M14

DCNT 140-039-16A-M16

DCNT 175-042-20A-M20

DCNT 210-048-25A-M24

LTA

Dnominal(1)

Th(2)

DCN(3)

SSC(5)

66.9

69.3

DCNT (M8-M24)

• Hole tolerance: D+0.05 in average conditions. However, it can be higher or lower according to machine and tooling 


conditions • Do not mount smaller drilling heads other than

the specified range of the drill body. • For cutting conditions, see pages 561-563

(1) Pre-thread hole diameter

(2) Used for standard thread size

(3) Cutting diameter minimum

(5) Pocket size

For inserts, see pages: AOMT-Chamfering (611) • FCP (546) • HCP-IQ (542) • ICG (547) • ICK (543) • ICK-2M (545) • ICM 


(543) • ICN (549) • ICP-2M (545) • QCP-2M (544)

1. Drilling pre-thread blind holes:

2. Drilling pre-thread through holes:

Pre-Thread Recommended Hole Diameters with DCNT Drills

Dia. Range

Head Dia.

6.5-6.99

8.5-8.99

MF Head

TR Thread

BSW

17.0-17.99

UNF3/8-24

UNC1/2-13

UNC9/16-12

BSW1/2-12

M Helicoil

BSF1/2-16

BSF9/16-16

UNF5/8-18

UNF3/4-16

NPT Thread

BSP Thread

UNEF Thread

UNJF Helicoil

NPT1/8-27

NPT3/8-18

NPT1/2-14

613

RING DCM

Chamfering Ring Mounted on the

CHAMDRILL Drills for Drilling and

Chamfering in One Operation

RING DCM 100

RING DCM 105

RING DCM 110

RING DCM 115

RING DCM 120

RING DCM 125

RING DCM 130

RING DCM 135

RING DCM 140

RING DCM 145

RING DCM 150

RING DCM 160

RING DCM 170

RING DCM 180

RING DCM 200

SS(1)

BD(4)

DCM 100

DCM 105

DCM 110

DCM 115

DCM 120

DCM 125

DCM 130

DCM 135

DCM 140

DCM 145

DCM 150

DCM 160

DCM 170

DCM 180

DCM 200

• RING DCM can be mounted only on DCM 3XD and DCM 5XD drills • For mounting instructions, see page 615

(1) Drill size

(2) Cutting diameter minimum

(4) BD=D ring

For inserts, see pages: XOGX-DT (614)

SR M5X15 TORX 25(b)

SR M6X20 DIN912(a)

HEX BIT

HW5

Maximum tightening torque 10(Nm), [88(lb.inch)]

Maximum tightening torque 7(Nm), [62(lb.inch)]

XOGX-DT

Inserts Used on Chamfering Rings

XOGX 090700-45DT

614

Chamfer Ring

Mounting Instructions

1 Insert the chamfer ring on the drill body and slide

to the desired position(1).

2 Rotate the ring clockwise until the stopper engages

the flute edge.

3 Tighten the ring screw according to the maximum

tightening torque indicated on page 614.

4 Mount the chamfer insert.

5 Mount the CHAMDRILL head.

SETUP

TIME!

Min. 1 mm

Chamfer Ring Position Range

Drill

Drill Body 3xD

L (min-max)

Drill Body 5xD

8月18日

8月19日

8月21日

8月22日

8月24日

8月27日

9月29日

9月30日

9-31

9-33

11-35

11-38

11-42

11-45

15-36

17-39

18-41

20-44

21-46

23-49

24-51

26-54

28-57

29-60

32-65

34-69

34-74

41-80

44-85

Maximum

Recommendations for better stability:

1. Use 3xD drill instead of 5xD, if possible.

2. Mount the chamfer ring as close as possible

to the drill shank.

3. For better chamfering insert life, apply a

coolant to the chamfering insert, in addition

to the internal and/or external coolant.

4. A wider gap “X” between the drill and the head

size is preferred (i.e. for head 14.6 mm,

use body of 14 mm rather than of 14.5 mm).

A slightly larger “X” dimension can dramatically

increase the chamfering insert life.

(1) The “L” dimension shown is relative to the

common 1 mm chamfer.

For other sizes, adjust “L” accordingly.

1mm(1)

X

(maximize)

615

CHAMRING

Drill Holders for Drilling and

STA

DCNS 3D DCM 3.5D DCNS 5D

DCN DCX min max min max min max DCONWS DF

CHAMRING 080-WN20-06

CHAMRING 090-WN20-06

CHAMRING 100-WN32-09

CHAMRING 110-WN32-09

CHAMRING 120-WN32-09

CHAMRING 130-WN32-09

CHAMRING 140-WN32-09

CHAMRING 150-WN32-09

160-WN32-09

170-WN32-09

180-WN32-09

190-WN32-09

200-WN32-09

210-WN40-09

220-WN40-09

230-WN40-09

240-WN40-09

250-WN40-09

Whistle notch shank

DCN/DCX

*L max

DC...

26.2

37.3

40.7

44.2

31.4

58.3

61.1

86.7

64.1

96.3

116.1

DC_2 LPR LS DCONMS

XCGT 06...

XCGT 09...

32.4

34.4

XCGT

• It is recommended to apply external coolant on the chamfering inserts • Reduce the recommended feed and speed by 50% 


when machining maximum chamfer size •

Lmin & Lmax dimensions are based on the 45° chamfering insert • Chamfering angle (STA) depends on the chamfering 


insert being used

For inserts, see pages: XCGT-DT (617)

For UNICHAMDRILLS, see pages: DCM-3.5D (7.5-20.9 mm 3.5xD) (580) , DCNS-3D (533), DCNS-5D (534)

Assembly Instructions

• Insert the UNICHAMDRILL into the CHAMRING prior to clamping the chamfering inserts

• Adjust the UNICHAMDRILL protrusion by using the rear screw, then correct adjustment using the side clamping screw

• Attach the chamfering inserts

Adjustment of UNICHAMDRILL Protrusion

Loosen the chamfering inserts clamping screws

Loosen the side clamping screw

Adjust the UNICHAMDRILL protrusion by using the rear screw, then correct adjustment using the side clamping screw

Re-tighten the chamfering inserts

CHAMRING 8-9

CHAMRING 10-20

CHAMRING 21-25

616

SR M6X6DIN916

SR M10X10DIN916

SR M16X16 DIN1835-B

HW 8.0

SR M6X1S

SR M10X1.5S

SR M12X1.75S

09...

Inserts used on Chamfering

Drill Holders for Chamfering

and Drilling in One Operation

PNA

XCGT 060300-30DT

XCGT 060300-45DT

XCGT 060300-60DT

XCGT 090300-30DT

XCGT 090300-45DT

XCGT 090300-60DT

DC_2 m7

SCDT

Pre-Thread Solid Carbide

Drills with Coolant Holes

XCGT-DT

SCDT 025-009-060-M3

SCDT 033-011-060-M4

SCDT 042-014-060-M5

SCDT 050-017-080-M6

SCDT 068-021-100-M8

SCDT 085-026-120-M10

Th(1)

• For user guide and cutting conditions, see pages 651-667

(1) Used for standard thread size

617

DRG-MF

Multifunction Drilling, Boring,

Facing, External Turning and

Internal Grooving Tools

±0.05

WF

DR-MF-08R/L-2.25D-12A-04

DRG-MF-10R/L-2.25D-12A-05

DRG-MF-12R/L-2.25D-16A-06

DRG-MF-14R/L-2.25D-16A-07

DRG-MF-16R/L-2.25D-20A-08

DRG-MF-20R/L-2.25D-25A-10

DRG-MF-25R/L-2.25D-32A-13

DRG-MF-32R/L-2.25D-40A-17

XCMT 04...

XCMT 05...

XCMT 06...

XCMT 07...

XCMT 08...

XCMT 10...

XCMT 13...

XCMT 17...

SR 18034/HG-P

SR 20038/HG-P

SR 25064/HG-P

SR 30070/HG-P

SR 35088I/HG-P

SR 45A100I/HG

IP-6/5

IP-7/5

IP-8/5

IP-10/151

IP-20/51

• In non-rotating applications hole diameter can be adjusted within the specified range by shifting drill's center line 


along machine's X-axis

• The tools feature internal coolant holes

For inserts, see pages: XCMT-MF (619) • XCMT-MG (620)

Typical Applications

Internal

Inserts for DR-MF Multifunction

Tools with Two Cutting

Edges for Hard Materials

and Interrupted Cut

XCMT 040104R-MF

XCMT-MF

AN

XCMT 040104R/L-MF

XCMT 050204-MF

XCMT 060204-MF

XCMT 070304-MF

XCMT 080304-MF

XCMT 10T304-MF

XCMT 10T308-MF

XCMT 130404-MF

XCMT 130408-MF

XCMT 170508-MF

For tools, see pages: DRG-MF (619)

619

XCMT 05R-15718015MG

XCMT 05R-201802-MG

XCMT 06R-17820018MG

XCMT 06R-202002-MG

XCMT 07R-19620015MG

XCMT 07R-252002-MG

XCMT 08R-22125015MG

XCMT 08R-252502-MG

XCMT 10R-23930015MG

XCMT 10R-303003-MG

XCMT 13R-31835020MG

XCMT 13R-353503-MG

XCMT 17R-404004-MG

CWTOL(2)

IC808G

Two Cutting Edged Internal

Grooving Inserts for DR-MF

XCMT-MG

Cutting width tolerance (+/-)

620

f turn

0.15-0.21

0.07-0.14

User guide for DRG-MF

Optimization of Chip Shape

Coolant Pressure

• Apply above 6 Bar in 2.25xD tools (optimal pressure

is above 10 Bar).

Radial Adjustment (off-center drilling)

• Radial adjustment is depending on drill diameter

• Apply high speed machining on low carbon steel

• Produce thin chips, as most problems

are caused by thick chips

• Regulate chips produced by machining

medium to high carbon steel

• If too tight, either increase speed and reduce

feed, or reduce speed and increase feed

• If too long, reduce speed and increase feed

DRG-MF-10

DRG-MF-12

DRG-MF-14

DRG-MF-16

DRG-MF-20

DRG-MF-25

DRG-MF-32

Problem

Drill Dia.

Dmax

Solution

Chipping caused by built-up edge

Increase cutting speed. Reduce feed. Check tool and workpiece rigidity. Reduce tool and workpiece overhang.

Reduce cutting speed. Use a harder grade (special). Increase coolant flow. Check cutting edge height.

Edge deformation

Reduce cutting speed. Use a harder grade (special). Increase coolant flow. Reduce feed.

Poor surface quality

Reduce feed. Increase coolant flow. Check tool and workpiece rigidity.Increase cutting speed.

Long chips

Increase feed. Reduce cutting speed. Increase coolant flow.

Tight chips

Reduce feed.

Check tool and workpiece rigidity. Reduce tool and workpiece overhang. Reduce cutting speed. Increase

feed. Check cutting edge height. Reduce feed and increase cutting speed on very soft materials.

User Guide for Turn-Mill Machines

For drilling, cutting edge should be

positioned in the center of tool body.

Cutting edge for drilling

Core Ø

Correct

Wrong

edge for

Ø/2

Check formation of core and its size after

drilling 3 mm to 6 mm depth.

The diameter of the core should be within 0.15-0.45 mm.

Adjust Y-axis of the tool body by using the new adjustable

clamping unit (if it is available) or rotate the tool body

180° and secure it into a turret. Check the core again.

Important: If a core does not appear,

this can cause breakage of insert and

vibration when drilling or turning.

If the size of the core is over the recommended size,

it will cause overload and vibration.

Angular error

Warning: As the drill goes

all the way through a

workpiece, it ejects a disc.

For worker safety, guards

should be used.

621

Recommended Cutting Conditions for XCMT-MF Inserts

Cutting speed (Vc)

Cutting speed: Vc (m/min) for IC908

Material No.

Hardness (BHN)

Turning & Boring

Recommended Cutting Conditions

XCMT 040104

XCMT 050204

XCMT 060204

XCMT 070304

XCMT 0803..

XCMT 10T304

XCMT 10T308

XCMT 130404

XCMT 130408

XCMT 170508

Machining Type

External Turning

Face Turning

XCMT 080304

XCMT 100304

XCMT 130304

XCMT 170304

623

Multifunction Solid Carbide

Tools for Drilling, Facing, Int.

and Ext. Turning on Swiss

and Small CNC Machines

RE+0.05

PICCO R-MF 6-3 L06

PICCO R/L-MF 6-4 L08

PICCO R/L-MF 6-4 L12

PICCO R/L-MF 6-5 L10

PICCO R/L-MF 6-5 L15

PICCO R/L-MF 6-6 L12

PICCO R/L-MF 6-6 L18

PICCO R/L-MF 8-7 L14

PICCO R/L-MF 8-7 L21

PICCO R/L-MF 8-8 L16

PICCO R/L-MF 8-8 L24

PICCO-MF

• Dmin can be 0.1 mm smaller by shifting tool center • Applications: Drilling; face turning; internal chamfering; 


internal turning/ boring; internal profiling; external chamfering;

624

PICCO-MFT

Solid Carbide Tools for Drilling,

Facing, Int. and Ext. Turning

and Threading on Swiss and

Small CNC Machines

THL

PDY

PICCO R/L-MFT60 6-4 L08

PICCO R-MFT60 6-4 L12

PICCO R/L-MFT60 6-5 L15 (1)

PICCO R/L-MFT60 6-5 L10

PICCO R-MFT60 6-6 L12

PICCO R/L-MFT60 6-6 L18

PICCO R/L-MFT60 8-7 L14

PICCO R-MFT60 8-7 L21

PICCO R/L-MFT60 8-8 L16

PICCO R/L-MFT60 8-8 L24

Identification System

SCD

SCCD (1)

Solid

Effective Drilling

G

3 Flute

If not specified - external coolant

Cutting Geometry

Cutting geometry for steel

Cutting geometry for aluminum

Cutting geometry for general use

L/D

Cutting Edge Configurations

628

ACG

ACP

SCCD

SCD... AH

DIN 6537 Solid Carbide

Drills Without Coolant

Holes, Drilling Depth 4xD

SCD 008-003-030 AP4

SCD 009-003-030 AP4

SCD 010-004-030 AP4

SCD 011-004-030 AP4

SCD 012-004-030 AP4

SCD 013-005-030 AP4

SCD 014-005-030 AP4

SCD 015-006-030 AP4

SCD 016-006-030 AP4

SCD 017-006-030 AP4

SCD 018-007-030 AP4

SCD 019-007-030 AP4

SCD 020-008-030 AP4

SCD 021-008-030 AP4

SCD 022-008-030 AP4

SCD 023-009-030 AP4

SCD 024-009-030 AP4

SCD 025-010-030 AP4

SCD 026-010-030 AP4

SCD 027-010-030 AP4

SCD 028-011-030 AP4

SCD 029-011-030 AP4

SCD-AP4 (4xD)

• For user guide and cutting conditions, see pages 651-667 • For regrinding instructions, see pages 662-666

SCD-AP6 (6xD)

Holes, Drilling Depth 6xD

SCD 008-004-030 AP6

SCD 009-005-030 AP6

SCD 010-006-030 AP6

SCD 011-006-030 AP6

SCD 012-007-030 AP6

SCD 013-007-030 AP6

SCD 014-008-030 AP6

SCD 015-009-030 AP6

SCD 016-009-030 AP6

SCD 017-010-030 AP6

SCD 018-010-030 AP6

SCD 019-011-030 AP6

SCD 020-012-030 AP6

SCD 021-012-030 AP6

SCD 022-013-030 AP6

SCD 023-013-030 AP6

SCD 024-014-030 AP6

SCD 025-015-030 AP6

SCD 026-015-030 AP6

SCD 027-016-030 AP6

SCD 028-016-030 AP6

SCD 029-017-030 AP6

Holes, Drilling Depth 3xD

SCD 030-014-060 AP3N

SCD 031-014-060 AP3N

SCD 032-014-060 AP3N

SCD 033-014-060 AP3N

SCD 034-014-060 AP3N

SCD 035-014-060 AP3N

SCD 036-014-060 AP3N

SCD 037-014-060 AP3N

SCD 038-017-060 AP3N

SCD 039-017-060 AP3N

SCD 040-017-060 AP3N

SCD 041-017-060 AP3N

SCD 042-017-060 AP3N

SCD 043-017-060 AP3N

SCD 044-017-060 AP3N

SCD 045-017-060 AP3N

SCD 046-017-060 AP3N

SCD 047-017-060 AP3N

SCD 048-020-060 AP3N

SCD 049-020-060 AP3N

SCD 050-020-060 AP3N

SCD 051-020-060 AP3N

SCD 052-020-060 AP3N

SCD 053-020-060 AP3N

SCD 054-020-060 AP3N

SCD 055-020-060 AP3N

SCD 056-020-060 AP3N

SCD 057-020-060 AP3N

SCD 058-020-060 AP3N

SCD 059-020-060 AP3N

SCD 060-020-060 AP3N

SCD 061-024-080 AP3N

SCD 062-024-080 AP3N

SCD 063-024-080 AP3N

SCD 064-024-080 AP3N

SCD 065-024-080 AP3N

SCD 066-024-080 AP3N

SCD 067-024-080 AP3N

SCD 068-024-080 AP3N

SCD 069-024-080 AP3N

SCD 070-024-080 AP3N

SCD 071-029-080 AP3N

SCD 072-029-080 AP3N

SCD 073-029-080 AP3N

SCD 074-029-080 AP3N

SCD 075-029-080 AP3N

SCD 076-029-080 AP3N

SCD 077-029-080 AP3N

SCD 078-029-080 AP3N

SCD 079-029-080 AP3N

SCD 080-029-080 AP3N

SCD 081-035-100 AP3N

SCD 082-035-100 AP3N

SCD 083-035-100 AP3N

SCD 084-035-100 AP3N

SCD 085-035-100 AP3N

SCD 086-035-100 AP3N

SCD 087-035-100 AP3N

SCD 088-035-100 AP3N

SCD 089-035-100 AP3N

SCD 090-035-100 AP3N

(1) Used for standard thread size.

SCD-AP3N (3xD)

SCD 091-035-100 AP3N

SCD 092-035-100 AP3N

SCD 093-035-100 AP3N

SCD 094-035-100 AP3N

SCD 095-035-100 AP3N

SCD 096-035-100 AP3N

SCD 097-035-100 AP3N

SCD 098-035-100 AP3N

SCD 099-035-100 AP3N

SCD 100-035-100 AP3N

SCD 101-040-120 AP3N

SCD 102-040-120 AP3N

SCD 103-040-120 AP3N

SCD 104-040-120 AP3N

SCD 105-040-120 AP3N

SCD 106-040-120 AP3N

SCD 107-040-120 AP3N

SCD 108-040-120 AP3N

SCD 109-040-120 AP3N

SCD 110-040-120 AP3N

SCD 111-040-120 AP3N

SCD 112-040-120 AP3N

SCD 113-040-120 AP3N

SCD 114-040-120 AP3N

SCD 115-040-120 AP3N

SCD 116-040-120 AP3N

SCD 117-040-120 AP3N

SCD 118-040-120 AP3N

SCD 119-040-120 AP3N

SCD 120-040-120 AP3N

M11

631

140˚

SCD 121-043-140 AP3

SCD 122-043-140 AP3

SCD 123-043-140 AP3

SCD 124-043-140 AP3

SCD 125-043-140 AP3

SCD 126-043-140 AP3

SCD 127-043-140 AP3

SCD 128-043-140 AP3

SCD 129-043-140 AP3

SCD 130-043-140 AP3

SCD 131-043-140 AP3

SCD 132-043-140 AP3

SCD 133-043-140 AP3

SCD 135-043-140 AP3

SCD 136-043-140 AP3

SCD 137-043-140 AP3

SCD 138-043-140 AP3

SCD 139-043-140 AP3

SCD 140-043-140 AP3

SCD 141-045-160 AP3

SCD 142-045-160 AP3

SCD 143-045-160 AP3

SCD 144-045-160 AP3

SCD 145-045-160 AP3

SCD 146-045-160 AP3

SCD 147-045-160 AP3

SCD 148-045-160 AP3

SCD 149-045-160 AP3

SCD 150-045-160 AP3

SCD 151-045-160 AP3

SCD 152-045-160 AP3

SCD 153-045-160 AP3

SCD 154-045-160 AP3

SCD 155-045-160 AP3

SCD 156-045-160 AP3

SCD 157-045-160 AP3

SCD 158-045-160 AP3

SCD 159-045-160 AP3

SCD 160-045-160 AP3

SCD 161-051-180 AP3

SCD 162-051-180 AP3

SCD 164-051-180 AP3

SCD 165-051-180 AP3

SCD 166-051-180 AP3

SCD 167-051-180 AP3

SCD 168-051-180 AP3

SCD 170-051-180 AP3

SCD 171-051-180 AP3

SCD 172-051-180 AP3

SCD 173-051-180 AP3

SCD 174-051-180 AP3

SCD 175-051-180 AP3

SCD 176-051-180 AP3

SCD 177-051-180 AP3

SCD 178-051-180 AP3

SCD 179-051-180 AP3

SCD 180-051-180 AP3

SCD 181-055-200 AP3

SCD 182-055-200 AP3

M18

2.51

2.57

2.66

2.78

3.22

3.29

632

SCD-AP3 (3xD)

SCD 183-055-200 AP3

SCD 184-055-200 AP3

SCD 185-055-200 AP3

SCD 187-055-200 AP3

SCD 188-055-200 AP3

SCD 189-055-200 AP3

SCD 190-055-200 AP3

SCD 191-055-200 AP3

SCD 192-055-200 AP3

SCD 193-055-200 AP3

SCD 194-055-200 AP3

SCD 195-055-200 AP3

SCD 197-055-200 AP3

SCD 198-055-200 AP3

SCD 199-055-200 AP3

SCD 200-055-200 AP3

3.33

3.42

3.49

3.59

3.62

633

DIN 6537 Solid Carbide Drills with

140° DCm7

SCD-ACP3N (3XD)

SCD 030-014-060 ACP3N

SCD 031-014-060 ACP3N

SCD 032-014-060 ACP3N

SCD 033-014-060 ACP3N

SCD 034-014-060 ACP3N

SCD 035-014-060 ACP3N

SCD 036-014-060 ACP3N

SCD 037-014-060 ACP3N

SCD 038-017-060 ACP3N

SCD 039-017-060 ACP3N

SCD 040-017-060 ACP3N

SCD 041-017-060 ACP3N

SCD 042-017-060 ACP3N

SCD 043-017-060 ACP3N

SCD 044-017-060 ACP3N

SCD 045-017-060 ACP3N

SCD 046-017-060 ACP3N

SCD 047-017-060 ACP3N

SCD 048-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 049-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 050-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 051-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 052-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 053-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 054-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 055-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 056-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 057-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 058-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 059-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 060-020-060 ACP3N

SCD 061-024-080 ACP3N

SCD 062-024-080 ACP3N

SCD 063-024-080 ACP3N

SCD 064-024-080 ACP3N

SCD 065-024-080 ACP3N

SCD 066-024-080 ACP3N

SCD 067-024-080 ACP3N

SCD 068-024-080 ACP3N

SCD 069-024-080 ACP3N

SCD 070-024-080 ACP3N

SCD 071-029-080 ACP3N

SCD 072-029-080 ACP3N

SCD 073-029-080 ACP3N

SCD 074-029-080 ACP3N

SCD 075-029-080 ACP3N

SCD 076-029-080 ACP3N

SCD 077-029-080 ACP3N

SCD 078-029-080 ACP3N

SCD 079-029-080 ACP3N

SCD 080-029-080 ACP3N

SCD 081-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 082-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 083-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 084-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 085-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 086-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 087-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 088-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 089-035-100 ACP3N

634

SCD 090-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 091-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 092-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 093-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 094-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 095-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 096-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 097-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 098-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 099-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 100-035-100 ACP3N

SCD 101-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 102-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 103-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 104-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 105-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 106-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 107-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 108-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 109-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 110-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 111-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 112-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 113-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 114-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 115-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 116-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 117-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 118-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 119-040-120 ACP3N

SCD 120-040-120 ACP3N

Holes, Drilling Depth 5xD

SCD 030-023-060 AP5N

SCD 031-023-060 AP5N

SCD 032-023-060 AP5N

SCD 033-023-060 AP5N

SCD 034-023-060 AP5N

SCD 035-023-060 AP5N

SCD 036-023-060 AP5N

SCD 037-023-060 AP5N

SCD 038-029-060 AP5N

SCD 039-029-060 AP5N

SCD 040-029-060 AP5N

SCD 041-029-060 AP5N

SCD 042-029-060 AP5N

SCD 043-029-060 AP5N

SCD 044-029-060 AP5N

SCD 045-029-060 AP5N

SCD 046-029-060 AP5N

SCD 047-029-060 AP5N

SCD 048-035-060 AP5N

SCD 049-035-060 AP5N

SCD 050-035-060 AP5N

SCD 051-035-060 AP5N

SCD 052-035-060 AP5N

SCD 053-035-060 AP5N

SCD 054-035-060 AP5N

SCD 055-035-060 AP5N

SCD 056-035-060 AP5N

SCD 057-035-060 AP5N

SCD 058-035-060 AP5N

SCD 059-035-060 AP5N

SCD 060-035-060 AP5N

SCD 061-043-080 AP5N

SCD 062-043-080 AP5N

SCD 063-043-080 AP5N

SCD 064-043-080 AP5N

SCD 065-043-080 AP5N

SCD 066-043-080 AP5N

SCD 067-043-080 AP5N

SCD 068-043-080 AP5N

SCD 069-043-080 AP5N

SCD 070-043-080 AP5N

SCD 071-043-080 AP5N

SCD 072-043-080 AP5N

SCD 073-043-080 AP5N

SCD 074-043-080 AP5N

SCD 075-043-080 AP5N

SCD 076-043-080 AP5N

SCD 077-043-080 AP5N

SCD 078-043-080 AP5N

SCD 079-043-080 AP5N

SCD 080-043-080 AP5N

SCD 081-049-100 AP5N

SCD 082-049-100 AP5N

SCD 083-049-100 AP5N

SCD 084-049-100 AP5N

SCD 085-049-100 AP5N

SCD 086-049-100 AP5N

SCD 087-049-100 AP5N

SCD 088-049-100 AP5N

SCD 089-049-100 AP5N

636

SCD-AP5N (5xD)

SCD 090-049-100 AP5N

SCD 091-049-100 AP5N

SCD 092-049-100 AP5N

SCD 093-049-100 AP5N

SCD 094-049-100 AP5N

SCD 095-049-100 AP5N

SCD 096-049-100 AP5N

SCD 097-049-100 AP5N

SCD 098-049-100 AP5N

SCD 099-049-100 AP5N

SCD 100-049-100 AP5N

SCD 101-056-120 AP5N

SCD 102-056-120 AP5N

SCD 103-056-120 AP5N

SCD 104-056-120 AP5N

SCD 105-056-120 AP5N

SCD 106-056-120 AP5N

SCD 107-056-120 AP5N

SCD 108-056-120 AP5N

SCD 109-056-120 AP5N

SCD 110-056-120 AP5N

SCD 111-056-120 AP5N

SCD 112-056-120 AP5N

SCD 113-056-120 AP5N

SCD 114-056-120 AP5N

SCD 115-056-120 AP5N

SCD 116-056-120 AP5N

SCD 117-056-120 AP5N

SCD 118-056-120 AP5N

SCD 119-056-120 AP5N

SCD 120-056-120 AP5N

637

Solid Carbide Drills Without

SCD 121-060-140 AP5

SCD 122-060-140 AP5

SCD 123-060-140 AP5

SCD 124-060-140 AP5

SCD 125-060-140 AP5

SCD 126-060-140 AP5

SCD 127-060-140 AP5

SCD 128-060-140 AP5

SCD 129-060-140 AP5

SCD 130-060-140 AP5

SCD 131-060-140 AP5

SCD 132-060-140 AP5

SCD 133-060-140 AP5

SCD 134-060-140 AP5

SCD 135-060-140 AP5

SCD 136-060-140 AP5

SCD 137-060-140 AP5

SCD 138-060-140 AP5

SCD 139-060-140 AP5

SCD 140-060-140 AP5

SCD 141-063-160 AP5

SCD 142-063-160 AP5

SCD 143-063-160 AP5

SCD 145-063-160 AP5

SCD 146-063-160 AP5

SCD 147-063-160 AP5

SCD 148-063-160 AP5

SCD 150-063-160 AP5

SCD 151-063-160 AP5

SCD 153-063-160 AP5

SCD 155-063-160 AP5

SCD 156-063-160 AP5

SCD 157-063-160 AP5

SCD 158-063-160 AP5

SCD 159-063-160 AP5

SCD 160-063-160 AP5

SCD 161-071-180 AP5

SCD 163-071-180 AP5

SCD 164-071-180 AP5

SCD 165-071-180 AP5

SCD 166-071-180 AP5

SCD 167-071-180 AP5

SCD 168-071-180 AP5

SCD 169-071-180 AP5

SCD 170-071-180 AP5

SCD 171-071-180 AP5

SCD 172-071-180 AP5

SCD 173-071-180 AP5

SCD 174-071-180 AP5

SCD 175-071-180 AP5

SCD 176-071-180 AP5

SCD 177-071-180 AP5

SCD 178-071-180 AP5

SCD 179-071-180 AP5

SCD 180-071-180 AP5

SCD 182-077-200 AP5

SCD 183-077-200 AP5

SCD 184-077-200 AP5

SCD 185-077-200 AP5

2.97

638

SCD-AP5 (5xD)

SCD 186-077-200 AP5

SCD 187-077-200 AP5

SCD 188-077-200 AP5

SCD 189-077-200 AP5

SCD 190-077-200 AP5

SCD 191-077-200 AP5

SCD 192-077-200 AP5

SCD 193-077-200 AP5

SCD 194-077-200 AP5

SCD 195-077-200 AP5

SCD 196-077-200 AP5

SCD 197-077-200 AP5

SCD 198-077-200 AP5

SCD 199-077-200 AP5

SCD 200-077-200 AP5

639

SCD-ACP5N (5xD)

SCD 030-023-060 ACP5N

SCD 031-023-060 ACP5N

SCD 032-023-060 ACP5N

SCD 033-023-060 ACP5N

SCD 034-023-060 ACP5N

SCD 035-023-060 ACP5N

SCD 036-023-060 ACP5N

SCD 037-023-060 ACP5N

SCD 038-029-060 ACP5N

SCD 039-029-060 ACP5N

SCD 040-029-060 ACP5N

SCD 041-029-060 ACP5N

SCD 042-029-060 ACP5N

SCD 043-029-060 ACP5N

SCD 044-029-060 ACP5N

SCD 045-029-060 ACP5N

SCD 046-029-060 ACP5N

SCD 047-029-060 ACP5N

SCD 048-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 049-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 050-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 051-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 052-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 053-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 054-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 055-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 056-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 057-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 058-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 059-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 060-035-060 ACP5N

SCD 061-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 062-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 063-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 064-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 065-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 066-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 067-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 068-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 069-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 070-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 071-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 072-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 073-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 074-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 075-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 076-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 077-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 078-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 079-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 080-043-080 ACP5N

SCD 081-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 082-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 083-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 084-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 085-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 086-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 087-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 088-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 089-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 090-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 091-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 092-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 093-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 094-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 095-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 096-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 097-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 098-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 099-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 100-049-100 ACP5N

SCD 101-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 102-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 103-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 104-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 105-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 106-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 107-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 108-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 109-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 110-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 111-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 112-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 113-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 114-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 115-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 116-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 117-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 118-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 119-056-120 ACP5N

SCD 120-056-120 ACP5N

641

Solid Carbide Drills with Coolant

SCD 121-060-140 ACP5

SCD 122-060-140 ACP5

SCD 123-060-140 ACP5

SCD 124-060-140 ACP5

SCD 125-060-140 ACP5

SCD 126-060-140 ACP5

SCD 127-060-140 ACP5

SCD 128-060-140 ACP5

SCD 129-060-140 ACP5

SCD 130-060-140 ACP5

SCD 131-060-140 ACP5

SCD 132-060-140 ACP5

SCD 133-060-140 ACP5

SCD 135-060-140 ACP5

SCD 136-060-140 ACP5

SCD 137-060-140 ACP5

SCD 138-060-140 ACP5

SCD 139-060-140 ACP5

SCD 140-060-140 ACP5

SCD 141-063-160 ACP5

SCD 142-063-160 ACP5

SCD 143-063-160 ACP5

SCD 144-063-160 ACP5

SCD 145-063-160 ACP5

SCD 146-063-160 ACP5

SCD 147-063-160 ACP5

SCD 148-063-160 ACP5

SCD 149-063-160 ACP5

SCD 150-063-160 ACP5

SCD 151-063-160 ACP5

SCD 152-063-160 ACP5

SCD 153-063-160 ACP5

SCD 155-063-160 ACP5

SCD 156-063-160 ACP5

SCD 157-063-160 ACP5

SCD 158-063-160 ACP5

SCD 159-063-160 ACP5

SCD 160-063-160 ACP5

SCD 161-071-180 ACP5

SCD 162-071-180 ACP5

SCD 163-071-180 ACP5

SCD 164-071-180 ACP5

SCD 165-071-180 ACP5

SCD 167-071-180 ACP5

SCD 168-071-180 ACP5

SCD 169-071-180 ACP5

SCD 170-071-180 ACP5

SCD 171-071-180 ACP5

SCD 172-071-180 ACP5

SCD 174-071-180 ACP5

SCD 175-071-180 ACP5

SCD 176-071-180 ACP5

SCD 177-071-180 ACP5

SCD 178-071-180 ACP5

SCD 179-071-180 ACP5

SCD 180-071-180 ACP5

SCD 181-077-200 ACP5

SCD 182-077-200 ACP5

642

SCD-ACP5 (5xD)

SCD 183-077-200 ACP5

SCD 184-077-200 ACP5

SCD 185-077-200 ACP5

SCD 186-077-200 ACP5

SCD 187-077-200 ACP5

SCD 188-077-200 ACP5

SCD 189-077-200 ACP5

SCD 191-077-200 ACP5

SCD 192-077-200 ACP5

SCD 193-077-200 ACP5

SCD 194-077-200 ACP5

SCD 195-077-200 ACP5

SCD 196-077-200 ACP5

SCD 197-077-200 ACP5

SCD 198-077-200 ACP5

SCD 199-077-200 ACP5

SCD 200-077-200 ACP5

643

DIN 6537 Three Flute Solid

Carbide Drills Without Coolant

150º

SCCD 030-023-060 AP5

SCCD 031-023-060 AP5

SCCD 032-023-060 AP5

SCCD 033-023-060 AP5

SCCD 037-023-060 AP5

SCCD 038-029-060 AP5

SCCD 040-029-060 AP5

SCCD 041-029-060 AP5

SCCD 042-029-060 AP5

SCCD 043-029-060 AP5

SCCD 045-029-060 AP5

SCCD 046-029-060 AP5

SCCD 047-029-060 AP5

SCCD 050-035-060 AP5

SCCD 051-035-060 AP5

SCCD 052-035-060 AP5

SCCD 055-035-060 AP5

SCCD 056-035-060 AP5

SCCD 057-035-060 AP5

SCCD 058-035-060 AP5

SCCD 059-035-060 AP5

SCCD 060-035-060 AP5

SCCD 061-043-080 AP5

SCCD 063-043-080 AP5

SCCD 064-043-080 AP5

SCCD 065-043-080 AP5

SCCD 066-043-080 AP5

SCCD 067-043-080 AP5

SCCD 068-043-080 AP5

SCCD 069-043-080 AP5

SCCD 070-043-080 AP5

SCCD 071-043-080 AP5

SCCD 074-043-080 AP5

SCCD 075-043-080 AP5

SCCD 076-043-080 AP5

SCCD 078-043-080 AP5

SCCD 079-043-080 AP5

SCCD 080-043-080 AP5

SCCD 081-049-100 AP5

SCCD 082-049-100 AP5

SCCD 083-049-100 AP5

SCCD 084-049-100 AP5

SCCD 085-049-100 AP5

SCCD 086-049-100 AP5

SCCD 087-049-100 AP5

SCCD 088-049-100 AP5

SCCD 090-049-100 AP5

SCCD 091-049-100 AP5

SCCD 093-049-100 AP5

SCCD 095-049-100 AP5

SCCD 096-049-100 AP5

SCCD 097-049-100 AP5

SCCD 098-049-100 AP5

SCCD 100-049-100 AP5

SCCD 101-056-120 AP5

SCCD 102-056-120 AP5

SCCD 103-056-120 AP5

SCCD 105-056-120 AP5

SCCD 107-056-120 AP5

SCCD 108-056-120 AP5

SCCD 110-056-120 AP5

644

SCCD-AP5

SCCD 111-056-120 AP5

SCCD 112-056-120 AP5

SCCD 115-056-120 AP5

SCCD 117-056-120 AP5

SCCD 118-056-120 AP5

SCCD 120-056-120 AP5

SCCD 121-060-140 AP5

SCCD 125-060-140 AP5

SCCD 127-060-140 AP5

SCCD 128-060-140 AP5

SCCD 130-060-140 AP5

SCCD 131-060-140 AP5

SCCD 135-060-140 AP5

SCCD 138-060-140 AP5

SCCD 140-060-140 AP5

SCCD 142-063-160 AP5

SCCD 145-063-160 AP5

SCCD 150-063-160 AP5

SCCD 151-063-160 AP5

SCCD 155-063-160 AP5

SCCD 158-063-160 AP5

SCCD 160-063-160 AP5

SCCD 165-071-180 AP5

SCCD 169-071-180 AP5

SCCD 170-071-180 AP5

SCCD 175-071-180 AP5

SCCD 177-071-180 AP5

SCCD 180-071-180 AP5

SCCD 185-077-200 AP5

SCCD 190-077-200 AP5

SCCD 195-077-200 AP5

SCCD 200-077-200 AP5

1.74

2.28

SCCD-AP5 (continued)

645

Solid Carbide Drills for Hard

Materials, Drilling Depth 5xD

SCD-AH5 (5xD)

SCD 030-015-060 AH5

SCD 033-017-060 AH5

SCD 040-020-060 AH5

SCD 042-021-060 AH5

SCD 044-022-060 AH5

SCD 045-023-060 AH5

SCD 050-025-060 AH5

SCD 053-027-060 AH5

SCD 055-028-060 AH5

SCD 060-030-060 AH5

SCD 068-034-080 AH5

SCD 070-035-080 AH5

SCD 075-038-080 AH5

SCD 078-039-080 AH5

SCD 080-040-080 AH5

SCD 085-043-100 AH5

SCD 088-044-100 AH5

SCD 090-045-100 AH5

SCD 095-048-100 AH5

SCD 100-050-100 AH5

SCD 105-053-120 AH5

SCD 110-055-120 AH5

SCD 115-058-120 AH5

Recommended Machining Conditions for SCD...AH5 Solid Drills

56-60 HRc

61-70 HRc

Materials over 50 HRc must be used with external cooling while machining.

Use of semi-synthetic or emulsion with more than 6% oil concentration is highly

recommended to extend tool life and hole quality.

646

10月15日

Feed vs. Drill Diameter (mm/rev)

Ø3-5

Ø5.1-8

Ø8.1-12

Coolant Holes, Drilling Depth 8xD

SCD 084-080-100 ACG8

SCD 089-080-100 ACG8

SCD 092-080-100 ACG8

SCD 096-080-100 ACG8

SCD-ACG8 (8xD)

647

Holes, Drilling Depth 8xD

SCD 049-048-060 ACP8

SCD 051-048-060 ACP8

SCD 054-048-060 ACP8

SCD 056-048-060 ACP8

SCD 057-048-060 ACP8

SCD 059-048-060 ACP8

SCD 062-064-080 ACP8

SCD 063-064-080 ACP8

SCD 064-064-080 ACP8

SCD 065-064-080 ACP8

SCD 066-064-080 ACP8

SCD 067-064-080 ACP8

SCD 069-064-080 ACP8

SCD 072-064-080 ACP8

SCD 073-064-080 ACP8

SCD 074-064-080 ACP8

SCD 075-064-080 ACP8

SCD 076-064-080 ACP8

SCD 077-064-080 ACP8

SCD 079-064-080 ACP8

SCD 082-080-100 ACP8

SCD 083-080-100 ACP8

SCD 084-080-100 ACP8

SCD 086-080-100 ACP8

SCD 087-080-100 ACP8

SCD 092-080-100 ACP8

SCD 093-080-100 ACP8

SCD 094-080-100 ACP8

SCD 096-080-100 ACP8

SCD 097-080-100 ACP8

SCD 098-080-100 ACP8

SCD 099-080-100 ACP8

1.69

648

SCD-ACP8 (8xD)

SCD 030-029-060 ACP8N

SCD 031-029-060 ACP8N

SCD 032-029-060 ACP8N

SCD 033-029-060 ACP8N

SCD 034-029-060 ACP8N

SCD 035-029-060 ACP8N

SCD 036-029-060 ACP8N

SCD 037-029-060 ACP8N

SCD 038-036-060 ACP8N

SCD 039-036-060 ACP8N

SCD 040-036-060 ACP8N

SCD 041-036-060 ACP8N

SCD 042-036-060 ACP8N

SCD 043-036-060 ACP8N

SCD 044-036-060 ACP8N

SCD 045-036-060 ACP8N

SCD 046-036-060 ACP8N

SCD 047-036-060 ACP8N

SCD 048-048-060 ACP8N

SCD 050-048-060 ACP8N

SCD 052-048-060 ACP8N

SCD 053-048-060 ACP8N

SCD 055-048-060 ACP8N

SCD 058-048-060 ACP8N

SCD 060-048-060 ACP8N

SCD 061-064-080 ACP8N

SCD 062-064-080 ACP8N

SCD 070-064-080 ACP8N

SCD 071-064-080 ACP8N

SCD 080-064-080 ACP8N

SCD 081-080-100 ACP8N

SCD 085-080-100 ACP8N

SCD 088-080-100 ACP8N

SCD 090-080-100 ACP8N

SCD 095-080-100 ACP8N

SCD 100-080-100 ACP8N

SCD-ACP8N (8xD)

649

Holes, Drilling Depth 20xD

MQL

SCD 050-100-050ACP20

SCD 060-120-060ACP20

SCD 070-140-070ACP20

SCD 080-160-080ACP20

SCD 090-180-090ACP20

SCD 100-200-100ACP20

L5(1)

SCD-ACP20 (20xD)

(1) 50% of the four margin leading portion may be used for regrinding

SCD-ACP-CS (20xD)

Solid Carbide Drills with

Coolant Holes for Automotive

Crankshaft Applications,

Drilling Depth 20-22xD

SCD 050-103-060ACP-CS

SCD 060-120-060ACP-CS

(1) Up to 50% of this length may be used to regrind

Recommended Drilling Procedure for Deep Hole Drilling (20XD)

1. Drill a pilot hole 1-2xD deep with a short drill. The pilot

drill should be 0.03-0.05 mm larger than the long drill

and its point angle should also be larger (over 140°).

2. Enter the pre-hole using low speed and feed until it

engages the material.

3. Increase cutting speed and feed to recommended

conditions – no pecking is required!

4. After having reached the required depth, reduce speed

by more than 50% while retracting from the hole.

Recommended Drilling Conditions for Solid Carbide 20xD Drills

9月10日

(30 HRc)

V(m/min)

f(mm/rev)

0.14-0.25

0.16-0.30

(45 HRc)

0.08-0.115

0.1-0.20

(GG45)

• It is mostly recommended to use an external coolant jet at

a minimum pressure of 10 to15 bar during drilling

for prolonged tool life and to facilitate chip evacuation.

• When machining alloy and stainless steel, it is mostly

recommended to use ER JET 2 collet to prolong tool life

and prevent built-up edge.

• Semi-synthetic or emulsion lubricants should

be used to extend tool life.

• Drilling stainless steel or high temperature alloys requires

high oil pressure and 7-15% mineral or vegetable based

oil emulsion for prolonged tool life. Dry machining may

badly affect hole quality and drill tool life.

• In case of chip evacuation problems or when poor

surface finish is obtained, it is most recommended

to use pecking cycle.

• For optimal performance, it is recommended to use the

3 flute, 5xD solid carbide drills in rotating or stationary

applications with a maximum of 0.02 mm runout.

Larger runout will reduce drill performance and badly

affect hole quality.

• The solid drills can be clamped into any of ISCAR’s

tooling systems such as:

1. Collet chucks

2. Thermal shrink chucks

3. ISCAR MAXIN power chucks

• It is recommended to use the solid drills in SHORTIN

adapters with AA super precision collets to obtain a

high level of hole quality and prolonged drill tool life.

Balanceable adapters should be used for applications

above 10,000 RPM in order to minimize vibrations and

gain a reliable and prolonged cutting edge life.

• Interrupted cut applications reduce hole accuracy,

quality and drill life.

Advantages

The drills provide higher hole cylindricity, roundness,

straightness, concentricity and surface finish when

compared to 2 flute solid carbide drills.

The 3 flute solid carbide drills with a 150˚ point

head can serve as centering drills for CHAMDRILL/

SUMOCHAM or CHAMGUN if necessary.

• See pages 660-661 for troubleshooting guide

for common problems.

• Solid carbide drills can be used on a wide range of

materials and different cutting conditions with high

reliability and performance repeatability.

This can reduce tool inventory and logistic costs.

3 Flute Solid Carbide Drills

Three flute drills are used extensively on nonferrous metals

because of their excellent performance on these materials.

These solid carbide drills were designed with a special

cutting edge geometry that can be used on a broad

spectrum of materials including steel, stainless steel, high

temperature alloys, cast iron and nonferrous materials.

Their dimensions are according to DIN 6537 standard. The

SCCD drills are manufactured in m7 diameter tolerance, with

cylindrical shanks according to DIN 6535 HA standard, 30°

spiral flute helix, 150° head point angle and a reinforced web

taper.

The drills can be used on surface applications of up to

20° sloped entry/exit. (In this case, the drill should be held

in a thermal shrink collet or a MAXIN power chuck). The

3 flute solid carbide drills cannot be used on radial drill

adjustment diameter devices such as our FITBORE adapter.

20º max

3 Flute Centering Drill

Followed by a CHAMDRILL

SUMOCHAM/CHAMGUN

651

1 3 flute drill, drilling a pre-hole

(drill diameter +0.02 mm)

2 x D min

• The solid carbide drills can be re-sharpened and re-coated

at least 10 times (see re-grinding instructions on page

665).

• The 3 flute drills feature high dynamic stability and reduced

vibrations, which enable high speed drilling on nonferrous

materials. (It is recommended to use balanceable adapters

when exceeding 10,000 RPM).

• 3 flute, solid carbide drills can be used with minimal

quantity lubrication or emulsion spray (MMS or MQL

systems) or even dry machining for nonferrous materials.

• The 3 flute solid carbide drill has a unique

Primary

Clearance

Secondary

Cutting Lip

652

Gundrill penetration

through the pre-hole

Wiper

Gash

cutting edge and gash geometry, producing an

optimal chip on all kinds of materials, providing

excellent chip evacuation.

Excellent performance on low carbon steel or other

gummy materials, when compared to any other 3 flute

solid carbide drills which are usually not recommended

to be used on such materials.

Higher cutting edge life, when compared to 2 flute solid

carbide drills without internal coolant holes.

(The load is divided among three cutting edges,

versus two).

When compared to 2 flute solid carbide drills:

Prolonged cutting edge life increases productivity, due to

decrease in drill change and setup time.

Less torque per cutting edge, therefore, can be used at

higher feed rates or used to reduce torque on machines

with limited torque

The 3 flute solid carbide drills can be used on any CNC

machining center, lathe machine, or drilling machine

(which usually provides better and more stable conditions).

Required Coolant Pressure

Optimum pressure

Good pressure

Minimum pressure

Coolant Volume V[l/min]

Coolant Pressure p[bar]

Coolant Pressure and Volume Recommendations

Required Coolant Volume

Optimum volume

Good volume

Minimum volume

Required coolant pressure and volume for SCD

drills with internal coolant spiral nozzles.

Tool Diameter d(mm)

Force and Power Characteristics

Feed Force

Net Power Consumption

(kW)

(kN)

Drill Diameter

D (mm)

f=0.30 mm/rev

f=0.25 mm/rev

f=0.20 mm/rev

Material:

Speed:

SAE 4340

100 m/min

Values may change for different materials and

drilling conditions.

Tool Life

Stability

The stability of the application volume is important in order

to obtain the very best tool life and hole accuracy. Check

the condition of the machine spindle, fixture and fixturing

of the component to secure maximum stability and rigidity.

Unstable conditions can cause tool breakage.

Drills should not be used with flank

wear exceeding 0.2-0.3 mm.

0.2-0.3 mm

Stationary Drill

Rotating Drill

Correct Direction

Incorrect Direction

653

Machining Data for Solid Carbide Drills D=0.8-2.9 mm

• For drill with lengh to diameter ratio larger than 6xD, reduce feed by 20%

• If the RPM exceeds 10,000, a dynamic balance should be done to the system

• Maximal radial and axial runout should not exceed 0.01 mm

654

Feed (mm/rev) vs. Drill Diameter

Ø0.8-1.4

Ø1.5-1.9

Ø2-2.4

Ø2.5-2.9

0.07-0.17

40-100

40-85

40-75

20-35

40-95

50-95

50-150

0.09-0.18

0.07-0.18

0.09-0.22

Then, (according to wear results), conditions can be changed in order to optimize performance.

655

Machining Data for Solid Carbide Drills - IC908 D=3.0-20.0 mm

656

Ø12.1-16

Ø16.1-20

0.2-0.30

0.20-0.38

0.25-0.42

0.18-0.32

25-75

85-105

0.35-0.55

0.30-0.45

70-300

15-35

70-200

657

Cutting Recommendations for 3 Flute Solid Carbide Drills

658

5.1-8

8.1-12

12.1-16

16.1-20

0.18-0.3

0.24-0.38

0.2-0.34

0.16-0.28

0.2-0.32

0.15-0.31

0.1-0.16

0.11-0.2

0.13-0.24

0.15-0.26

25-80

0.065-0.16

60-110

0.14-0.24

0.22-0.38

0.26-0.4

90-115

0.12-0.24

0.2-0.36

0.24-0.45

0.28-0.48

0.3-0.5

0.24-0.42

0.26-0.5

100-300

15-40

15-25(1)

659

Cause

• Poor clamping

of the chuck

• Unsuitable cutting

• Chisel runout

• Check the clamping. Use hydraulic clamping chuck,

MAXIN power chuck or a shrink system.

• Check or replace the clamping adaptation.

• Workpiece movement

• Increase workpiece chucking force.

• Decrease feed, increase coolant pressure.

Chipping on the chisel edge

Chipping on the cutting edges /

• Insufficient coolant

• Check cooling lubricant. Increase coolant

pressure. In the case of external coolant supply,

• Rough application

• Reduce feed rate by 30-50% during entry and exiting.

Excessive wear on the cutting

corners

• Increase cutting speed, reduce feed rate.

improve jet direction and add coolant jets.

• Check if the runout is within 0.02 mm T.I.R. (radial & axial)

• Large runout

• Reduce feed rate by 30-50% during entry and exit.

• Check drill type, drilling depth, cooling

system and workpiece material.

• Wrong drill

• Reduce cutting speed, increase feed.

• Increase feed. When spot drilling, reduce feed.

Chipping on the lands

Hole diameter out of tolerance

660

• Worn out center

point (chisel)

• Insufficient chip

evacuation

• Workpiece rigidity

• Worn out drill center

• If hole size is too large, increase cutting

speed or reduce feed. If hole size is too small,

reduce cutting speed or increase feed.

• Make sure that the drill’s runout is

within 0.02 mm (radial & axial).

• Regrind cutting edge or replace the drill.

• Use pecking cycle.

• Regrind cutting edge.

• Check the clamping. Use hydraulic clamping

chuck, maxin power chuck or a shrink system.

• Check drill type and drilling depth, cooling

• Reduce feed.

Drill breakage

Chipping on the cutting corners

• Check the clamping and adaptation. Use hydraulic

clamping chuck, maxin power chuck or a shrink system.

• Check drill type and drilling depth, cooling system

and workpiece material. Possibly use longer drill.

• Check cutting parameters, and possibly reduce feed.

• Worn out or broken

cutting corner

• Replace drill or regrind cutting edge.

• Reduce feed by 30-50% during exit.

• Worn out drill

• Replace drill.

• Adjust feed to improve chip flow.

• Chip jamming

• Apply pecking procedure.

Rough surface finish

• Poor stability

Deviation of hole position

• Reduce cutting speed.

• Increase coolant pressure.

• Make sure that the drill runout is within

0.02 mm (radial & axial).

• Check and improve drill and workpiece clamping rigidity.

• When drilling hard materials or sloped surfaces,

reduce feed by 30-50% during entrance.

• Use a short pilot drill with 140° point angle.

661

Regrinding Instructions for AP and ACP Geometries

For each grinding operation, rotate the drill

180° and repeat the grinding procedure.

0.8-6.0

>6.1

3.0-4.8

4.9-10

10.1-20

6.1-18.0

18.1>UP

Grinding Wheel Recommended Specifications:

1. Diameter grinding wheel: GA2

2. Grinding wheel bond: synthetic resin

662

3. Grit size: 325/400 mesh (45/38µ)

4. Diamond concentration: C-75 (3.3 carat/cm3)

5. Cutting fluid emulsion 3%

Regrinding Instructions for AG and ACG Geometries

663

Regrinding Instructions for AH Geometry

664

Regrinding Instructions for 3 Flute SCCD Drills

120° and repeat the grinding procedure.

 0.02 Shank

3-5.3

5.4-7

7.1-12

ØDx0.1

3.0-6.0

18.1-20.0

Diameter grinding wheel: GA2

Grinding wheel bond: synthetic resin

Grit size: 325/400 mesh (45/38µ)

Diamond concentration: C-75 (3.3 carat/cm3)

Cutting fluid emulsion 3%

665

Regrinding Instructions for SCDT Pre-Thread Solid Drills

7°ÊspiralÊrelief

666

General - Calculations

Spindle Speed (min-1)

Power Requirement (kW)

vc •1000

π•D

• kc • sin k

60.000 • η

Pc=

Torque (Nm)

π•D•n

Mc=

Table Feed (mm/min)

f • kc D2

• sin k•km

1000 •8

Feed Force (approx.) (N)

Ff = 0.63 • D •f•kc•sin k•kf

vf = f • n

Material Removal Rate (cm3/min) Machining Time (min/piece)

vf • π • D2

Tc =

L+h

Machining Cost ($/piece)

CMh

60 •Tc

Cc=

kc Values

Drill DR 220-044-25-07-2D-N (Ø22 mm) k=90º; sin k=1

Material No. 4

kc=2200 N/mm2

CMh=50 $/h

vc=200 m/min

f=0.15 mm/rev

km=1 kf=1

η=0.75

L=25 mm h=10 mm

n= vc • 1000 = 200 •1000 =2894 min-1

π • 22

vf = f • n=0.15 • 2894=434 mm/min

vf • π • D2 = 434 • 3.14 • (22)2 =165 cm3/min

• kc • sin k=

Mc= f • kc • D • sin k=

Ff=0.63 •

60.000 • 0.75

• 2200 • 1 =8.06 kW

0.15 • 2200

• 8 • 1• 1=20 Nm

• f • kc • sin k= 0.63 •

Tc = L+h =

cutting force

N/mm2

point to workpiece mm

before feeding

CMh = Cost/machine hour $/h

= 90º }180° bottom drills

sin k = 1

DR...

= 70º }140° point angle drills

sin k = 0.94

SCD.., DCM.., DCN..

Drill Geometry Coeficient

DCM

km

kf1

•0.15 • 2200 •1• 1=2286 N

25+10 = 0.08 min/piece

CMh •Tc = 50 • 0.08 = 0.067 $/piece

kc Value

2100

2150

2200

2500

3250

2300

2600

1300

1800

900

1700

3000

3100

3300

3200

4600

4700

4500

For material groups, see pages 1114-1149

GYRO Auxiliary Devices for Lathe Machines

Designed to Correct Misalignment on Stationary Operation

T.I.R. max. 0.02

• Drills can be used on sloped surfaces up to 6°. When drilling

sloped surfaces of more than 6°, reduce feed by 30-50%

during penetration of up to 5 mm depth; or use a spot or

pre-hole drill to avoid drill deviation or poor drill performance.

Angular Adj. 1°

Radial Adj. D2.0

667

Diameter Range

DSD-E0

8.00-14.79

DSD-E1

12.60-20.00

DSD-E2/E3

12.60-65.00

Finish

Fixture

672

2µm

Brazed Tips

SINGLE TUBE SYSTEM - EXTERNAL THREAD

673

IT9

DSD-EC

38.00-232.99

DSD-EF-FT

16.00-28.00

DSD-EF-FB

25.00-65.00

Counterbore

DSC-E1

By special

request only

674

3µm

675

18.91-65.00

IT7

DST-E1

Indexable Inserts

1µm

676

DSC-EA

25.00-39.99

IT8

DSC-EC

40.00-99.99

677

669

SINGLE TUBE SYSTEM - INTERNAL THREAD

DSD-I1

14.51-65.00

DSD-IF-FT

DSD-IC

38.00-245.99

DSC-I1

DST-I1

678

679

DSD-IF-FB

681

682

DSC-IA

683

DSC-IC

40.00-110.99

DOUBLE TUBE SYSTEM

DDD-E3

18.41-65.00

DDD-EF-FT

18.41-28.00

684

685

DDD-EF-FB

DDD-EC

38.00-168.99

DDC-E1

670

686

687

DDT-E1

688

DEEP HOLE DRILLING Index

Single Tube System

Single Tube System (STS) –

Double Tube System (DTS) -

Cooling fluid is induced through the gap between

the drill and the hole. Conveying the chips through

the tube requires the use of dedicated machines.

Cooling fluid is induced between the coaxial

tubes, conveying the chips through the inner tube

and can be applied on standard machines.

Deep Drilling Heads Identification System

XXX.XX

XX

Hole Diameter

Adjustable Insert

Fast Feed

Brazed, 1 tip,

1 thread start

1 - Brazed, 1 tip

2 - Brazed, 2 tips

3 - Brazed, 3 tips

E - External Thread

I - Internal Thread

D - Drill

C - Counterbore with Through Hole

T - Counterbore without Through Hole

Chipbreaker

(letters)

(for boring)

(numbers)

Only for Brazed Heads

S - Single Tube

P - Steel

D - Double Tube

M - Stainless

K - Cast Iron

N - Aluminum

D - Deep Drilling/Counterbore

I - Inch - Deep Drilling/Counterbore

S - Special - Deep Drilling/Counterbore

0 - Uncoated

1 - TiAlN Coating

Z - TiCrAlN Coating

671

Deep Single Tube Drills

with External Single Thread

Connection and a Brazed

Single Tip (8-14.8 dia.)

NOM 0 refers to non-coated drill head, NOM 2 refers to coated drill head

DSD-E0 8.00-8.99 NOM 0

DSD-E0 8.00-8.99 NOM 2

DSD-E0 9.00-9.99 NOM 0

DSD-E0 9.00-9.99 NOM 2

DSD-E0 10.00-10.99 NOM 0

DSD-E0 10.00-10.99 NOM 2

DSD-E0 11.00-11.99 NOM 0

DSD-E0 11.00-11.99 NOM 2

DSD-E0 12.00-13.49 NOM 0

DSD-E0 12.00-13.49 NOM 2

DSD-E0 13.50-14.79 NOM 0

DSD-E0 13.50-14.79 NOM 2

Ts(3)

9.99

11.99

13.49

14.79

TS001

TS002

TS003

TS004

TS005

TS006

• The drill tip is supplied in a grade that is suitable to machine the material group indicated in the drill head 


designation: P-Steel, M-Stainless Steel, K-Cast Iron.

• For user guide and quotation form, see pages 702-719 • Ordering example: DSD-E0 11.30 DT-PO

(3) Tube designation

For holders, see pages: TS*** (697)

Deep Single Tube Drills with

External 2 and 4 Start Thread and

a Single Brazed Tip (12.6-20 dia.)

NOM 0 refers to non-coated drill head, NOM 2 refers to coated drill head.

DSD-E1 12.60-13.60 NOM 0

DSD-E1 12.60-13.60 NOM 2

DSD-E1 13.61-14.60 NOM 0

DSD-E1 13.61-14.60 NOM 2

DSD-E1 14.61-15.59 NOM 0

DSD-E1 14.61-15.59 NOM 2

DSD-E1 15.60-16.70 NOM 0

DSD-E1 15.60-16.70 NOM 2

DSD-E1 16.71-17.70 NOM 0

DSD-E1 16.71-17.70 NOM 2

DSD-E1 17.71-18.90 NOM 0

DSD-E1 17.71-18.90 NOM 2

DSD-E1 18.91-20.00 NOM 0

DSD-E1 18.91-20.00 NOM 2

Threads(3)

Ts(4)

13.61

14.61

16.71

17.71

18.91

15.59

TS-I01

TS-I02

TS-I03

TS-I0

TS-I1

TS-I2

TS-I3

• For user guide and quotation form, see pages 702-719 • Ordering example: DSD-E1 14.50 DT-PO

(3) No. of thread starts

(4) Tube designation

For holders, see pages: TS-I** (698)

2 or 3 Brazed Tips (12.6-65 dia.)

DSD-E2 12.60-13.10 NOM 0

DSD-E2 12.60-13.10 NOM 2

DSD-E2 13.11-13.60 NOM 0

DSD-E2 13.11-13.60 NOM 2

DSD-E2 13.61-14.10 NOM 0

DSD-E2 13.61-14.10 NOM 2

DSD-E2 14.11-14.60 NOM 2

DSD-E2 14.11-14.60 NOM 0

DSD-E2 14.61-15.10 NOM 0

DSD-E2 14.61-15.10 NOM 2

DSD-E2 15.11-15.59 NOM 0

DSD-E2 15.11-15.59 NOM 2

DSD-E3 15.60-16.20 NOM 0

DSD-E3 15.60-16.20 NOM 2

DSD-E3 16.21-16.70 NOM 0

DSD-E3 16.21-16.70 NOM 2

DSD-E3 16.71-17.20 NOM 0

DSD-E3 16.71-17.20 NOM 2

DSD-E3 17.21-17.70 NOM 0

DSD-E3 17.21-17.70 NOM 2

DSD-E3 17.71-18.40 NOM 0

DSD-E3 17.71-18.40 NOM 2

DSD-E3 18.41-18.90 NOM 0

DSD-E3 18.41-18.90 NOM 2

DSD-E3 18.91-20.00 NOM 0

DSD-E3 18.91-20.00 NOM 2

DSD-E3 20.01-21.80 NOM 0

DSD-E3 20.01-21.80 NOM 2

DSD-E3 21.81-24.10 NOM 0

DSD-E3 21.81-24.10 NOM 2

DSD-E3 24.11-26.40 NOM 0

DSD-E3 24.11-26.40 NOM 2

DSD-E3 26.41-28.70 NOM 0

DSD-E3 26.41-28.70 NOM 2

DSD-E3 28.71-31.00 NOM 0

DSD-E3 28.71-31.00 NOM 2

DSD-E3 31.01-33.30 NOM 0

DSD-E3 31.01-33.30 NOM 2

DSD-E3 33.31-36.20 NOM 0

DSD-E3 33.31-36.20 NOM 2

DSD-E3 36.21-39.60 NOM 0

DSD-E3 36.21-39.60 NOM 2

DSD-E3 39.61-43.00 NOM 0

DSD-E3 39.61-43.00 NOM 2

DSD-E3 43.01-47.00 NOM 0

DSD-E3 43.01-47.00 NOM 2

DSD-E3 47.01-51.70 NOM 0

DSD-E3 47.01-51.70 NOM 2

DSD-E3 51.71-56.20 NOM 0

DSD-E3 51.71-56.20 NOM 2

DSD-E3 56.21-60.60 NOM 0

DSD-E3 56.21-60.60 NOM 2

DSD-E3 60.61-65.00 NOM 0

DSD-E3 60.61-65.00 NOM 2

13.11

15.11

16.21

17.21

18.41

20.01

21.81

24.11

26.41

28.71

31.01

33.31

36.21

39.61

43.01

47.01

51.71

56.21

60.61

28.7

TS-I4

TS-I5

TS-I6

TS-I7

TS-I8

TS-I9

TS-I10

TS-I11

TS-I12

TS-I13

TS-I14

TS-I15

TS-I16

TS-I17

• The drill tip is supplied in a grade that is suitable to machine the material group indicated in the drill head 


designation: ISO P, K, M, N materials

• For user guide and quotation form, see pages 702-719 • Ordering example: DSD-E343.30 DT-PO

(3) Number of thread starts

38.00 - 106.99

External 4 Start Thread and

Cartridges (29-233 dia.)

107 -168.99

169 - 232.99

DSD-EC 38.00-39.60

DSD-EC 39.61-43.00

DSD-EC 43.01-47.00

DSD-EC 47.01-51.70

DSD-EC 51.71-56.20

DSD-EC 56.21-60.60

DSD-EC 60.61-64.99

DSD-EC 65.00-66.99

DSD-EC 67.00-72.99

DSD-EC 73.00-79.99

DSD-EC 80.00-86.99

DSD-EC 87.00-99.99

DSD-EC 100.00-106.99

DSD-EC 107.00-111.99

DSD-EC 112.00-123.99

DSD-EC 124.00-135.99

DSD-EC 136.00-147.99

DSD-EC 148.00-159.99

DSD-EC 160.00-168.99

DSD-EC 169.00-171.99

DSD-EC 172.00-183.99

DSD-EC 184.00-195.99

DSD-EC 196.00-207.99

DSD-EC 208.00-219.99

DSD-EC 220.00-231.99

DSD-EC 232.00-232.99

64.99

66.99

72.99

79.99

86.99

99.99

106.99

111.99

123.99

135.99

147.99

159.99

168.99

171.99

183.99

195.99

207.99

219.99

231.99

232.99

TS-I18

TS-I19

TS-I20

TS-I21

TS-I22

TS-I23

TS-I24

TS-I25

TS-I26

TS-I27

TS-I28

TS-I29

TS-I30

TS-I31

TS-I32

TS-I33

TS-I34

• Important: The specified drilling range using the original outer cartridge and pad may be enlarged by using optional 


outer cartridges and pads as specified on page 691

• For quotation form and user guide, see pages 702-719 • For spare parts, see page 691 • Ordering example: DSD-EC 


067.30

For inserts, see pages: NPMX 0803 RB/RG (692) • TPMX (692)

T (Wrench Size)

External 4 Start Thread

Connection Carrying Triangular

Inserts (16-28 dia.)

DSD-EF 16.00-16.70-FT

DSD-EF 16.71-17.70-FT

DSD-EF 17.71-18.90-FT

DSD-EF 18.91-20.00-FT

DSD-EF 20.01-21.80-FT

DSD-EF 21.81-21.99-FT

DSD-EF 22.00-24.10-FT

DSD-EF 24.11-25.00-FT

DSD-EF 25.01-26.40-FT

DSD-EF 26.41-28.00-FT

THOD(3)

25.01

21.99

68.9

71.1

• Note: Each item in the attached catalog page represents a diameter range • For spare parts, insert information and 


user guide, see pages 689, 702-719

• Inserts and guide pads should be ordered separately • Ordering example: DSD-EF 016.50-FT

For inserts, see pages: TOGT (722)

Wrench size

External 4 Start Thread for

High Feed (25-65 dia.)

DSD-EF 25.00-26.40-FB

DSD-EF 26.41-28.70-FB

DSD-EF 28.71-31.00-FB

DSD-EF 31.01-33.30-FB

DSD-EF 33.31-36.20-FB

DSD-EF 36.21-39.60-FB

DSD-EF 39.61-43.00-FB

DSD-EF 43.01-47.00-FB

DSD-EF 47.01-51.70-FB

DSD-EF 51.71-56.20-FB

DSD-EF 56.21-60.60-FB

DSD-EF 60.61-65.00-FB

• For spare parts and insert information, see page 689 • For user guide and quotation form, see pages 702-719 • Inserts 


and guide pads should be ordered separately

• Ordering example: DSD-EF 043.10-FB

For inserts, see pages: NPHT-RG (694) • NPMT-L2/R2 (693)

Deep Single Tube Counterborer

with Through Hole, External

4 Start Thread and a Brazed

Tip (18.9-65 dia.)

DSC-E1 18.91-20.00 NOM 0

DSC-E1 18.91-20.00 NOM 2

DSC-E1 20.01-21.80 NOM 0

DSC-E1 20.01-21.80 NOM 2

DSC-E1 21.81-24.10 NOM 0

DSC-E1 21.81-24.10 NOM 2

DSC-E1 24.11-26.40 NOM 0

DSC-E1 24.11-26.40 NOM 2

DSC-E1 26.41-28.70 NOM 0

DSC-E1 26.41-28.70 NOM 2

DSC-E1 28.71-31.00 NOM 0

DSC-E1 28.71-31.00 NOM 2

DSC-E1 31.01-33.30 NOM 0

DSC-E1 31.01-33.30 NOM 2

DSC-E1 33.31-36.20 NOM 0

DSC-E1 33.31-36.20 NOM 2

DSC-E1 36.21-39.60 NOM 0

DSC-E1 36.21-39.60 NOM 2

DSC-E1 39.61-43.00 NOM 0

DSC-E1 39.61-43.00 NOM 2

DSC-E1 43.01-47.00 NOM 0

DSC-E1 43.01-47.00 NOM 2

DSC-E1 47.01-51.70 NOM 0

DSC-E1 47.01-51.70 NOM 2

DSC-E1 51.71-56.20 NOM 0

DSC-E1 51.71-56.20 NOM 2

DSC-E1 56.21-60.60 NOM 0

DSC-E1 56.21-60.60 NOM 2

DSC-E1 60.61-65.00 NOM 0

DSC-E1 60.61-65.00 NOM 2

20/45

• The drill tip is supplied in a grade that is suitable to machine the material group which is indicated in the drill 


head designation: P-Steel, M-Stainless Steel, K-Cast Iron • For

quotation form and user guide, see pages 702-719 • Ordering example: DSC-E1 42.20 45-P0

DST-E1 18.91-20.00 NOM 0

DST-E1 18.91-20.00 NOM 2

DST-E1 20.01-21.80 NOM 0

DST-E1 20.01-21.80 NOM 2

DST-E1 21.81-24.10 NOM 0

DST-E1 21.81-24.10 NOM 2

DST-E1 24.11-26.40 NOM 0

DST-E1 24.11-26.40 NOM 2

DST-E1 26.41-28.70 NOM 0

DST-E1 26.41-28.70 NOM 2

DST-E1 28.71-31.00 NOM 0

DST-E1 28.71-31.00 NOM 2

DST-E1 31.01-33.30 NOM 0

DST-E1 31.01-33.30 NOM 2

DST-E1 33.31-36.20 NOM 0

DST-E1 33.31-36.20 NOM 2

DST-E1 36.21-39.60 NOM 0

DST-E1 36.21-39.60 NOM 2

DST-E1 39.61-43.00 NOM 0

DST-E1 39.61-43.00 NOM 2

DST-E1 43.01-47.00 NOM 0

DST-E1 43.01-47.00 NOM 2

DST-E1 47.01-51.70 NOM 0

DST-E1 47.01-51.70 NOM 2

DST-E1 51.71-56.20 NOM 0

DST-E1 51.71-56.20 NOM 2

DST-E1 56.21-60.60 NOM 0

DST-E1 56.21-60.60 NOM 2

DST-E1 60.61-65.00 NOM 0

DST-E1 60.61-65.00 NOM 2

• The drill tip is supplied in a grade that is suitable to machine the material group which is indicated in the drill 


head designation: P-Steel, M-Stainless Steel, K-Cast Iron

• For quotation form and user guide, see pages 702-719 • Ordering example: DST-E1 42.20 45-P0

with Through Hole, External 4

Start Thread and Adjustable

Diameter (25-40 dia.)

DSC-EA 25.00-26.40

DSC-EA 26.41-28.70

DSC-EA 28.71-31.00

DSC-EA 31.01-33.30

DSC-EA 33.31-36.20

DSC-EA 36.21-39.60

DSC-EA 39.61-39.99

39.99

• For spare parts and insert information, see pages 690 • For user guide and quotation form, see pages 702-719 • 


Ordering example: DSC-EA 033.20

(3) Tube designationm

For inserts, see pages: XPMT-45 (693)

4 Start Thread and a

Cartridge (40-100 dia.)

DSC-EC 40.00-43.00

DSC-EC 43.01-47.00

DSC-EC 47.01-51.70

DSC-EC 51.71-56.20

DSC-EC 56.21-60.60

DSC-EC 60.61-65.00

DSC-EC 65.00-66.99

DSC-EC 67.00-72.99

DSC-EC 73.00-79.99

DSC-EC 80.00-86.99

DSC-EC 87.00-99.99

CAOD

CAORC CHW_2

CHW_2

• CAOD - Rough boring cartridge (for large D.O.C.), supplied with the cartridge, unless ordered differently

information, see page 690 • For quotation form and user guide, see pages 702-719

For inserts, see pages: TPMX (692) • XPMT-45 (693)

• CAORC - Precision boring cartridge • For spare parts and insert

Internal Single Start Thread and

a Brazed Tip (14.5-65 dia.)

DSD-I1 14.51-15.00 NOM 0

DSD-I1 14.51-15.00 NOM 2

DSD-I1 15.01-15.50 NOM 0

DSD-I1 15.01-15.50 NOM 2

DSD-I1 15.51-16.00 NOM 0

DSD-I1 15.51-16.00 NOM 2

DSD-I1 16.01-16.50 NOM 0

DSD-I1 16.01-16.50 NOM 2

DSD-I1 16.51-17.25 NOM 0

DSD-I1 16.51-17.25 NOM 2

DSD-I1 17.26-18.00 NOM 0

DSD-I1 17.26-18.00 NOM 2

DSD-I1 18.01-19.00 NOM 0

DSD-I1 18.01-19.00 NOM 2

DSD-I1 19.01-19.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 19.01-19.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 20.00-21.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 20.00-21.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 22.00-24.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 22.00-24.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 25.00-26.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 25.00-26.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 27.00-29.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 27.00-29.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 30.00-31.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 30.00-31.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 32.00-33.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 32.00-33.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 34.00-36.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 34.00-36.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 37.00-39.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 37.00-39.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 40.00-43.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 40.00-43.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 44.00-46.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 44.00-46.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 47.00-51.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 47.00-51.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 52.00-56.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 52.00-56.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 57.00-60.99 NOM 0

DSD-I1 57.00-60.99 NOM 2

DSD-I1 61.00-65.00 NOM 0

DSD-I1 61.00-65.00 NOM 2

14.51

15.01

15.51

16.01

16.51

17.26

18.01

19.01

17.25

19.99

24.99

26.99

29.99

31.99

33.99

36.99

43.99

46.99

51.99

56.99

60.99

62.4

85.6

86.6

97.7

TS-O0

TS-O1

TS-O2

TS-O3

TS-O4

TS-O5

TS-O6

TS-O7

TS-O8

TS-O9

TS-O10

TS-O11

TS-O12

TS-O13

TS-O14

TS-O15

TS-O16

TS-O17

TS-O18

TS-O19

TS-O20

TS-O21

• The drill tip is supplied in a grade that is suitable to machine the material group indicated in the drill head 


designation: P-Steel, M-Stainless Steel, K-Cast Iron

• For quotation form and user guide, see pages 702-719 • Ordering example: DSD-I1 38.20 DT-P0

For holders, see pages: TS-O** (699)

with Internal Single Start

Thread Carrying Triangular

DSD-IF 16.01-16.50-FT

DSD-IF 16.51-17.25-FT

DSD-IF 17.26-18.00-FT

DSD-IF 18.01-19.00-FT

DSD-IF 19.01-19.99-FT

DSD-IF 20.00-21.99-FT

DSD-IF 22.00-24.99-FT

DSD-IF 25.00-26.99-FT

DSD-IF 27.00-28.00-FT

THID(3)

TS-03

TS-04

TS-05

TS-06

TS-07

TS-08

TS-09

TS-10

TS-11

• Inserts and guide pads should be ordered separately • Ordering example: DSD-IF 018.50-FT

Thread (25-65 dia.)

DSD-IF 25.00-26.99-FB

DSD-IF 27.00-29.00-FB

DSD-IF 29.01-29.99-FB

DSD-IF 30.00-31.99-FB

DSD-IF 32.00-33.99-FB

DSD-IF 34.00-36.99-FB

DSD-IF 37.00-39.99-FB

DSD-IF 40.00-43.99-FB

DSD-IF 44.00-46.99-FB

DSD-IF 47.00-51.99-FB

DSD-IF 52.00-56.99-FB

DSD-IF 57.00-60.99-FB

DSD-IF 61.00-65.00-FB

29.01

TS-010

TS-011

TS-012

TS-013

TS-014

TS-015

TS-016

TS-017

TS-018

TS-019

TS-020

TS-021

• Ordering example: DSD-IF 043.10-FB

Diameter Dc (mm)

25.00 -26.40

26.41 -28.70

28.71 -31.00

31.01 -33.30

33.31 -36.20

36.21 -39.60

39.61 -43.00

43.01 -47.00

47.01 -51.70

51.71 -56.20

56.21 -60.60

60.61-65.00

Wrench size T (mm)

38.00-106.99

Internal Single Start Thread

and Cartridges (29-246 dia.)

107-168.99

169-245.99

DSD-IC 38.00-39.99

DSD-IC 40.00-43.99

DSD-IC 44.00-46.99

DSD-IC 47.00-51.99

DSD-IC 52.00-56.99

DSD-IC 57.00-60.99

DSD-IC 61.00-67.99

DSD-IC 68.00-74.99

DSD-IC 75.00-80.99

DSD-IC 81.00-90.99

DSD-IC 91.00-98.99

DSD-IC 99.00-106.99

DSD-IC 107.00-110.99

DSD-IC 111.00-122.99

DSD-IC 123.00-134.99

DSD-IC 135.00-148.99

DSD-IC 149.00-161.99

DSD-IC 162.00-168.99

DSD-IC 169.00-173.99

DSD-IC 174.00-185.99

DSD-IC 186.00-197.99

DSD-IC 198.00-209.99

DSD-IC 210.00-221.99

DSD-IC 222.00-233.99

DSD-IC 234.00-245.99

TS-O22

TS-O23

TS-O24

TS-O25

TS-O26

TS-O27

TS-O28

TS-O29

TS-O30

TS-O31

TS-O32

TS-O33

TS-O34

TS-O35

TS-O36

TS-O37

• For spare parts and insert information, see page 691 • For user guide and quotation form, see pages 702-719

with Through Hole, Internal

Single Start Thread and a

Brazed Tip (14.5-65 dia.)

DC KCH

DSC-I1 14.51-15.00 NOM 0

DSC-I1 14.51-15.00 NOM 2

DSC-I1 15.01-15.50 NOM 0

DSC-I1 15.01-15.50 NOM 2

DSC-I1 15.51-16.00 NOM 0

DSC-I1 15.51-16.00 NOM 2

DSC-I1 16.01-16.50 NOM 0

DSC-I1 16.01-16.50 NOM 2

DSC-I1 16.51-17.25 NOM 0

DSC-I1 16.51-17.25 NOM 2

DSC-I1 17.26-18.00 NOM 0

DSC-I1 17.26-18.00 NOM 2

DSC-I1 18.01-19.00 NOM 0