Application and Characteristics of solid carbide drill
The solid carbide drill can be divided into four basic types: integral solid carbide drill, cemented carbide indexable bit, welded solid carbide drill and replaceable solid carbide drill. Each bit has the benefit of being suitable for a particular processing prerequisite. Solid carbide drill break rocks by impact loads generated by drilling pressure and self-rotation. In rock drilling, the bit is subjected to high frequency impact load, torsion, bending, tension, compression and other complex stresses, and is subjected to wear and corrosion of working media such as rock, rock powder and mineral water under high speed rotary impact environment.
Use and characteristics of solid carbide drill:
1. It can be suitable for drilling holes with complex materials and can choose higher cutting speed.
2. High-performance alloy blades for selected alloy drills can effectively reduce tool collapse and maintain good wear resistance.
3. Multi-layer geometric cutting edge can improve the discharge performance and maintain smaller cutting resistance.
4. In addition to the commonly used right-angled shank, there are many shank types, suitable for a variety of drilling rigs, drilling machine matching.