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Drilling and Boring

This fundamental metal-removal process is explained by using actual industrial situations. All of the parts of the drill, as well as their functions, are discussed so that operators can identify problem areas quickly if one portion of the drill breaks. Boring tools such as the turret, gang, numerical control, radial, and horizontal tools are shown along with the various drilling machines. The selection of the correct cutting tool is important in terms of tool life and product quality. All of the different types of available drills such as the twist, low-helix, high-helix, and step drills are outlined and displayed in action. The uses of straight flute drills, central drills, and reamers are shown. The processes of boring, spot facing, and tapping are also illustrated to provide a complete overview of these operations. Length: 25 minutes. Order #163


Drilling & Boring Video
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This tape is part of the Metal-Removal Series.
Order all six tapes in this series and save $110

We've bundled the six metal-removal tapes together into a special package. Metal Removal Series Includes The Lathe (#161), Milling (#162), Drilling and Boring (#163),Abrasive Machining (#164), Broaching and Shaping (#165) and Electric Discharge Machining (#126). Normally $710, buy all six tapes for just $600. You save $110. Order #173.


Metal-Removal Series (6 Tapes; 161,162,163,164,165 & 126)
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