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New KOMET® KUB DrillmaxTM solid carbide drill for small di-ameters

Besigheim, (PresseBox) - In addition to the comprehensive range of indexable insert drills, the KOMET GROUP is adding the KOMET® KUB DrillmaxTM solid carbide highperformance drill for small diameters to its standard catalogue range.

KOMET® indexable insert drills are used for bore diameters of 12 millimetres or more. Until now, solid carbide drills have been created on request and for smaller bore diameters as a special solution, as part of complete component machining. By adapting cutting geometries, cutting materials and coatings, these tools have met the most diverse, applicationspecific demands. This knowhow has now been incorporated in a standard tool series which is available quickly from stock.

The new KOMET® KUB DrillmaxTM highperformance solid carbide drills meet the highest of demands. In future, the KOMET GROUP will provide these tools for bore diameters of 3 to 16 millimetres and in length/diameter ratios of 5 x D and 8 x D. Adapting the carbide and coating to the drill geometry ensures best machining results. Optimised, special flutes allow excellent chip clearance during a highly productive machining process. KOMET® KUB DrillmaxTM highperformance drills ensure process reliability and extremely high precision in any steel or cast metal machining application.


With its brands KOMET®, DIHART®, and JEL® , the KOMET GROUP® is a leading global manufacturer of precision tools for bore machining, reaming and threading. The group has been at the forefront of innovation in the sector for over 90 years - a tradition that began with the early indexable insert borers and continues today with their mechatronic tool systems. The company currently employs more than 1,600 staff in its 20 subsidiaries and is represented in around 50 countries.

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