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TDX-type TAC Drill Manual

TAC DRILL Manual

DJ chipbreaker

DS chipbreaker

DW chipbreaker
CONTENTS
What is TDX Drill ? ··········································· 1
• Nomenclature for TAC Drill ········································· 1
• Cutting mechanism of TAC Drill ································· 1
Features of TDX Drill ········································· 2
Components of TDX Drill series ···························· 3
• Body ··········································································· 3
• Inserts ········································································· 3
• Optional components ················································· 3
Features of drill body ········································ 4
Features of chipbreakers ··································· 5
• DJ chipbreaker ··························································· 5
• DS chipbreaker ··························································· 5
• DW chipbreaker ·························································· 5
Application area of each chipbreaker type ·············· 6
Features and applications of insert grades ·············· 6
Insert selection guide ······································· 7
Recommended cutting conditions ························· 7
• Points to consider ······················································ 7
Chip shapes ···················································· 8
• Chip shapes produced by central edge ····················· 8
• Chip shapes produced by peripheral edge ················ 9
Medium to high carbon steels, alloy steels, etc.
Stainless steels, low carbon steels, low alloy steels, etc.
• Chip control for snarled chips ·································· 10
• Chip control for low carbon steels at low cutting speeds ·········· 11
• Chip control for aluminum alloys ······························ 12
Chip shapes (DW chipbreaker)····························· 13
• Comparison of chip shapes at high feeds ················ 13
• Chip shapes at normal conditions ···························· 13
• Chip shapes of stainless steels, alloy steels,
and low carbon steels ·············································· 13
Cutting performance of long body types ················· 14
Selection of L/D in drill specifications ··················· 15
Machining data ·············································· 16
• Tool life comparison in drilling alloy steel ················· 16
• Tool life comparison in drilling stainless steel ·········· 16
• Improvement in drilling of stainless steel ················· 16
• Machining of hardened steel with small diameter (ø 13 mm) drill ····· 17
• Machining example of hardened steel ····················· 17
• Improvement in drilling of hard cast iron ·················· 17
• Deep hole drilling of low carbon steel
with large-diameter (ø 50 mm) drill ··························· 18
• MQL deep-hole drilling of carbon steel with
small diameter (ø 12.5 mm) drill ······························· 18
• High-efficiency drilling with DW insert (GH730) ······· 19
Finished hole diameters ···································· 20
Determination of tool life ·································· 21
• Tool life determination for insert ······························· 21
• Tool life determination for drill body ························· 22
CONTENTS
Cutting forces ················································ 22
Surface finish ················································ 23
Shapes of hole bottom ······································ 24
Use of TDX drill on machining centers ··················· 24
• Selecting toolholders ················································ 24
• Adjusting drilling diameter ········································ 24
Use of TDX drill on lathes ·································· 25
• Mounting of drill body on turret (tool post) ··············· 25
• Checking of cutting edge height ······························ 25
• Checking of setting conditions by try machining ····· 26
• Adjusting of cutting edge height ······························ 26
Offset machining on lathes ································ 27
• Offset machining ······················································ 27
Cautions when using on lathes ···························· 28
• Through-hole drilling ················································ 28
• When a disc-like uncut piece is left on the exit side ········ 28
• When machining a large-diameter hole
in excess of the maximum drilling diameter ············· 28
• When using TDX drill on lathe
without internal coolant supply ································ 28
Special machining ··········································· 29
• Surface conditions to be machined ························· 29
• Drilling of interrupted hole ········································ 29
• Drilling of stacked plates ·········································· 30
• Enlarging of drilled hole ············································ 30
MQL machining ·············································· 31
• What is “MQL” machining ? ····································· 31
• Cautious points in selecting drilling conditions ········ 31
Cautious points in use ······································ 32
• Cutting fluids ···························································· 32
• Maximum drilling depth ············································ 32
• Machining of through hole ········································ 32
• Drilling through-hole on work-rotating condition ······ 32
Troubleshooting ·········································· 33,34
Specifications of TDX drills ································ 35
• L/D=2 (metric) ··························································· 35
• L/D=2 (inch) ······························································ 36
• L/D=3 (metric) ··························································· 37
• L/D=3 (inch) ······························································ 38
• L/D=4 (metric) ··························································· 39
• L/D=5 (metric) ··························································· 40
Test report format ··········································· 41
Specifications of inserts for TDX drills ·················· 42
EZ-sleeves specially designed for TDX drills ··········· 42
• Use EZ sleeves for the following purposes ·············· 42
• Setting of EZ sleeve ·················································· 43
• Specifications ··························································· 43
What is TDX Drill ?
• A drill which has dual indexable-inserts configured on the front end of a steel holder.
• Both inserts share the cutting zone.
• Insert grades and geometries can be selected to suit the machining situation.

Nomenclature for TAC Drill

Flange diameter Shank


Overall length
Peripheral insert Maximum drilling depth Shank length
Drill diameter

Shank diameter
Central insert Flute Flange Taper pipe thread ( PT screw )

Cutting mechanism of TAC Drill

Central insert Peripheral insert


Central insert

Cutting zone of
Cutting zone of central edge peripheral edge

Peripheral insert

Drill diameter øD

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Features of TDX Drill
Outstanding economy Exceptional chip control

Four cutting edges per insert can be The newly designed 3-dimensional
economically utilized by indexing it as chipbreakers provide exceptional chip control
shown below. over a wide range of work materials.
Specially designed chip pocket helps to
effectively remove chips from the cutting zone.

Peripheral insert

Indexing
Insert
changing

Central insert

Stable drilling and low vibration Exceptional reliability

Can enter the cut smoothly with less The thicker insert design increases impact
vibration and allows stable machining. resistance and extends tool life.

Good surface quality

The stable cutting balance allows excellent


chip evacuation and good surface finish.

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Components of TDX Drill series
Body
Only Tungaloy offers a full lineup of drill diameters (ø12.5 to ø54.0)
and L/D ratios (2, 3, 4 and 5) !
L/D=2 L/D=3 L/D=4 L/D=5 Unavailable

TDX
φ12.5 φ54
Competitive indexable insert drills

12 20 30 40 50 60
Drill diameter

Inserts
Three types of chipbreaker geometries and four insert grades are
available. Inserts are selectable from the eight combinations of grades
and chipbreaker types.

Chipbreaker types
Grades DJ DS DW
DS
AH740 ● ●
DJ
AH120 ● ●
GH730 ● ● ●
T1015 ● DW

Optional components
Eccentric sleeves specifically designed for the TDX drills extend
the application range.

Eccentric ring for TDX drills

EZ sleeve

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Features of drill body
New drills specially designed for deep holes have realized stable
drilling of deep holes up to 5 times the drill diameters !!

Ideally balanced design


The design of the insert configuration al-
lows stable deep hole drilling up to 5
times the drill diameter.
Higher reliability

Existing 4-corner inserts can be eco-


nomically used for these new drills. Excellent chip control
New oil-hole design and increased cross-
sectional area of the flute have vastly im-
proved chip evacuation ability.

Highly rigid tool design


By optimizing the flute design, the de-
flection of the drill body could be sup-
pressed to a minimum.

Example of stable drilling with small diameter drill


Amount of oversize (mm)
Amount of oversize (mm)

1.0 1.0

0.8 0.8
Spindle power consumption (A)

e
siz

0.6 0.6
er

15
ov

15
Competitor “A” (ø13)

of

0.4 0.4
nt
ou
Am

Amount of oversize 0.2 0.2


10 0 10 0
Machine : Vertical machining
Spindle power Spindle power
consumption center (BT50)
5 consumption
5 Work material : High carbon steel
(JIS S55C)
Drilling depth : 52 mm
0 0
(L/D=4, Blind hole)
Entrance Bottom Entrance Bottom
Cutting speed : Vc=150 m/min
TDX(L/D=4) Competitor “A” (ø13)
Feed : f =0.1 mm/rev
TDX130L052W20-4(φ13)
XPMT040104R-DJ(AH740)

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Features of chipbreakers
Three types of chipbreakers are available for various applications

General purpose chipbreaker usable for almost all ap- Chipbreaker for
DJ plications. Features low cutting forces and allows
peripheral edge

Chipbreaker stable drilling. Deeply formed chip groove per-


forms exceptionally free cutting ac-
tion and effective chipbreaking.
Low cutting forces
and long tool life

Bumps and grooves formed on Chipbreaker for


the rake face reduce the con- central edge
tact area with chips resulting in
reduction of cutting forces and Relatively shallow chip groove pre-
longer tool life. vents chips from packing.

Performs excellent chip control for gummy materi-


DS als such as stainless steels and low carbon steels. Entirely new rake
face design
Chipbreaker
Can effectively form gummy material
chips into short sections.

Sharp cutting edges


Strengthened corner
Exceptionally free cutting ac-
tion improves chip control. Strengthened corner geometry mini-
mizes insert breakage even in drilling
stainless steels

In comparison with conventional inserts, this chipbreaker


DW allows higher feeds and produces superior surface finish.
Wiper design
Chipbreaker
Can improve surface roughness
at normal feeds and minimizes
surface degradation at high
feeds.
Strong chipbreaker for
high feeds
Extraordinarily
Can forcibly curl thick strengthened corner
chips produced in high
feeds and causes them to Increased land width plus a two
break into short sections. step relief angle strengthens the
Also it allows for large vol- corner section .
ume chip removal.

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Application area of each chipbreaker type

DJ

DW
DJ
DW

DS
0.05 0.1 0.15 0.2
Feed f(mm/rev) Stainless steels

Steels

DS Cast irons

Features and applications of insert grades

General purpose grade For cast irons


By combining ultra fine grain cemented carbide with “Flash-coat”, By combining specially designed hard carbide substrate with
AH740 this grade provides both wear resistance and impact resistance. T1015 newly developed multilayer compound coatings, this grade
Can be used for a wide range of applications. provides excellent wear resistance in machining cast irons.
High-feed grade For stainless steels
By combining ultra fine grain cemented carbide with “Premium-coat”, By combining highly reliable carbide substrate with “Flash-coat”,
GH730 the impact resistance is improved without sacrificing wear resistance. AH120 this grade provides superior impact resistance and wear resistance
Combined with DW-chipbreaker, this grade can be used for high-feed in high-speed machining. Best suitable for drilling stainless steels.
machining of steels.

T1015 T1015

AH740 GH730 AH740 GH730

AH120
AH120
0.05 0.1 0.15 0.2 100 150 200 250 300
Feed f(mm/rev) Cutting speed Vc(m/min)

:Stainless steels :Steels :Cast irons

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Insert selection guide
Select the appropriate insert by following this guide.

First High-feed High-speed Troubleshooting


Work materials choice machining machining Surface
Breakage Wear finish
Low carbon steels (C < 0.3) DS DS DW
JIS SS400, SM490, S25C, etc. AH120 GH730 AH120
Carbon steels (C > 0.3) DJ DW DS DW DJ DW
JIS S45C, S55C, etc. AH740 GH730 AH120 GH730 T1015 AH740 DJ DS DW
Low alloy steels DS DS DW
JIS SCM415, etc. AH120 GH730 AH120
Alloy steels DJ DW DS DW DJ DW
JIS SCM440, SCr420, etc. AH740 GH730 AH120 GH730 T1015 AH740
Stainless steels (Austenitic) DS DS DW ● For high-feed machining, apply a feed
JIS SUS304, SUS316. etc. AH120 GH730 AH120
rate that is approximately 1.5 times the
Stainless steels(Martensitic and ferritic) DS DS DW
JIS SUS430, SUS416, etc. AH120 GH730 AH120 standard feed conditions.
Stainless steels(Precipitation hardening) DS DS DW ● High-speed machining means cutting
JIS SUS 630, etc. AH120 GH730 AH120
Gray cast irons DJ DJ DJ DW speeds over 150 m/min.
JIS FC250, etc. T1015 GH730 GH730 AH740
● When using DW insert for troubleshoot-
Ductile cast irons DJ DJ DJ DW
JIS FCD700, etc. T1015 GH730 GH730 AH740 ing, use it within the range of standard
Aluminum alloys DW cutting conditions.
JIS A2017. ADC12, etc. GH730

Recommended cutting conditions


Points to consider
Initially use this guide to select and
adjust cutting conditions to
• Selecting the cutting conditions is an important point for proper machining. achieve appropriate chip control.

Therefore, when selecting cutting conditions, place the priority on chip con-
trol.
Check the cutting condition range
• The cutting condition range which allows proper chip control depends on the which is appropriate to the spindle
power and rigidity of the machine
types of chipbreaker and the material to be machined. to be used.
• The chart at right shows the basic flow to select cutting conditions.
Check the cutting condition range
Cutting Feed f (mm/rev) in which abnormal tool failure such
as chipping and breakage does
Work materials speed Series φ12.5 φ15.0 φ17.5 φ27.0 φ33.0 not occur.
Vc (m/min) (L/D) ∼φ14.5 ∼φ17.0 ∼φ26.0 ∼φ32.0 ∼φ54.0
Low carbon steels 2D, 3D 0.02-0.04-0.06 0.02-0.04-0.06 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.07-0.10
(C < 0.3) 160-240-320
JIS SS400, SM490, S25C, etc. 4D, 5D 0.02-0.04-0.06 0.02-0.04-0.06 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.07-0.10

Carbon steels (C > 0.3) 2D, 3D 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.08-0.12 0.06-0.10-0.13 0.06-0.11-0.15 0.08-0.13-0.18
JIS S45C, S55C, etc. 80-140-250 Select the cutting condi-
4D, 5D 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.06-0.08-0.10 0.06-0.09-0.12 0.08-0.11-0.14
tions appropriate to the
Low alloy steels 2D, 3D 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.06-0.09-0.12 0.06-0.09-0.12 0.06-0.10-0.14 scheduled tool life and
JIS SCM415, etc. 160-210-250
4D, 5D 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.06-0.09-0.12 0.06-0.09-0.12 0.06-0.10-0.14 machining time.
Alloy steels 2D, 3D 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.08-0.12 0.06-0.10-0.13 0.06-0.11-0.15 0.08-0.13-0.18
JIS SCM440, SCr420, etc. 80-140-200
4D, 5D 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.06-0.08-0.10 0.06-0.09-0.12 0.08-0.11-0.14
Stainless steels 2D, 3D 0.02-0.05-0.08 0.02-0.05-0.08 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.08-0.12 0.04-0.08-0.12 ● When the hardness of the work
(Austenitic) 100-150-200
JIS SUS304, SUS316. etc. 4D, 5D 0.02-0.05-0.08 0.02-0.05-0.08 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.08-0.12 0.04-0.08-0.12 material is higher than 40 HRC,
Stainless steels 2D, 3D 0.02-0.05-0.08 0.02-0.05-0.08 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.08-0.12 0.04-0.08-0.12 the feed should be reduced to
(Martensitic and ferritic) 100-160-220
JIS SUS430, SUS416, etc. 4D, 5D 0.02-0.05-0.08 0.02-0.05-0.08 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.08-0.12 0.04-0.08-0.12 within 1/2 of the values shown in
Stainless steels 2D, 3D 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.06-0.08-0.10 the table.
(Precipitation hardening) 80-100-120
JIS SUS 630, etc. 4D, 5D 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.04-0.06-0.08 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.06-0.08-0.10
● When machining difficult-to-cut
Gray cast irons 2D, 3D 0.06-0.09-0.12 0.06-0.09-0.12 0.06-0.11-0.15 0.06-0.12-0.18 0.08-0.14-0.20
JIS FC250, etc. 80-170-250 materials such as heat-resisting
4D, 5D 0.06-0.08-0.10 0.06-0.08-0.10 0.06-0.09-0.12 0.06-0.10-0.14 0.08-0.12-0.16
alloys which develop heat exces-
Ductile cast irons 2D, 3D 0.04-0.08-0.12 0.04-0.08-0.12 0.06-0.11-0.15 0.06-0.12-0.18 0.08-0.14-0.20
80-140-200 sively during machining, reduce
JIS FCD700, etc. 4D, 5D 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.04-0.07-0.10 0.06-0.09-0.12 0.06-0.10-0.14 0.08-0.12-0.16
the cutting speed to within 1/2 of
Aluminum alloys 2D, 3D 0.10-0.11-0.12 0.10-0.12-0.15 0.15-0.18-0.20 0.15-0.18-0.20 0.15-0.20-0.25
JIS A2017. ADC12, etc.
200-300-400 the values for carbon steels.
4D, 5D 0.08-0.10-0.12 0.08-0.10-0.12 0.12-0.14-0.16 0.12-0.14-0.16 0.12-0.16-0.20

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Chip shapes
In TAC drills, because the central insert and the peripheral insert cut entirely different zones, two types
of chips are produced. The following are the features of each shape.

Chip shape produced with central insert


• A conical coil shape whose apex point coincides with the rotating cen-
ter of the drill is the basic shape. The chips are broken into small sec-
tions with increases in feed. But, excessively high feed causes the chip
to increase in thickness and develops vibration which disturbs stable
machining.
• In TDX drills, marked chips shown below are the most preferable
shapes. This type of chip is broken into adequate length by centrifugal
forces when used in tool-rotating condition. On the other hand, when
used in work-rotating condition such as on a lathe, a continuously long
chip is often produced without entangling.

Relation between chip shapes and feeds (In the case of central insert)

Carbon steels, alloy steels, etc. Low carbon steels, stainless steels, etc.

× ×
Higher


×

Feed


Lower

Example of chip shape in work-rotating applications (In the case of central insert)
(ø26, S45C, Vc= 100m/min, f= 0.1mm/rev)

100mm

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Comparison of chip shapes produced Comparison of surface finish influ
with central inserts enced by variations of chip shapes
(ø22 drills, vertical machining center) (ø22, SUS316L, NC lathe,Vc=100m/min, f=0.08mm/rev)
Alloy steel Stainless steel Mild steel
(JIS SCM440) (JIS SUS304) (JIS SS400)
(Vc=100m/min, f =0.1mm/rev)
(Vc=150m/min, f =0.12mm/rev)
(Vc=200m/min, f =0.06mm/rev) Surface finish is affected by chip shapes
produced with the central insert.
TDX drill

DJ chipbreaker DS chipbreaker DS chipbreaker


Competitive

× ×
drill A
Competitive

× ×
drill B

× TDX DS Competitor “C”


Competitive
drill C

×
× × × ×

Chip shape produced with peripheral insert


• Chip problems such as entangling are mainly caused by chips pro-
duced with the peripheral insert. These problems are dependent on
the types of work material and the cutting conditions.
• As shown below, when the feed is extremely low, the chips jump
over the chipbreaker groove and the continuously long chips may
wrap around the drill body.
• When the feed is too high, the chips increase the thickness and can
not be curled.
• Therefore, it is important to select proper cutting conditions to suit
the machining so that well controlled chips will be formed.

Relation between feeds and chip control

Chips likely to wrap around drill body. Likely to cause chip packing

  × ○ ×
Feed is too low.  
Adequate feed Feed is too high.

• Just after start of cutting, a continuously long, Chip shape in early stage of cut
coil-shaped chip is formed, but when the drilling
depth reaches to 0.5 D to 1 D, the chip tends to
shorten the length.
• The chip shape in the early stage of cut , as both
the cutting speed and feed are increased, tends Start of cut
to shorten the length.

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Chip shapes formed with the peripheral insert are roughly classified, depending on the types of work
materials, into two different types, general steels (JIS S45C, SCM440, etc.) and long-chip steels (JIS
SS400, SUS316, S10C, SCM415, etc.). These features are described below.

Medium to high carbon steels, alloy steels, etc.

As shown below, several turns of coil are an ideal shape.


As the feed increases, the curl radius and the number of turns tend to decrease.
Typical chip shapes of general steels Variation of chip shapes relating to feeds

f = 0.07mm/rev f = 0.1mm/rev f = 0.13mm/rev

Stainless steels, low-carbon steels, low-alloy steels, etc.

• When machining long-chip materials such as stainless steels and mild steels, a wrong selection of cutting
conditions results in chip entangling and tool breakage at worst. Therefore, cutting conditions should be care-
fully selected.
• “C” shaped, continuous coils of several to ten turns having adequately divided length are ideal shape.
Ideal chip shapes
Stainless steel (JIS SUS 304) Mild steel (JIS SS400)
(φ22, Vc=100m/min, f =0.1mm/rev) (φ22, Vc=160m/min, f =0.08mm/rev) For machining stainless steels or low carbon steels,
DS chipbreaker is recommended.
chipbreaker

When using a TDX drill in tool-rotating condition, DS


DS

chipbreaker produces compact chips and allows more


stable machining than DJ chipbreaker. Especially
chipbreaker

when using it in work-rotating condition, DS


DJ

chipbreaker provides outstanding affect on chip con-


trol.

Chips shapes which tend to entangle and remedies against them


① Apple-peel-like chips ②Short-lead chips ③Very long chips
These chips are often produced in These chips are often produced in Often produced in machining mild
machining mild steels or low-carbon machining stainless steels at low- steels or low-carbon steels under
steels at low-speeds and low-feeds. feeds and tend to entangle to the tool improper cutting conditions.
in spite of short length.

Remedies Remedies Remedies


Increase the cutting speed in stages Increase the feed by about 10 %. If Increase the cutting speed in stages by
by 20% within the range of standard there is no effect, increase the cutting 20% within the range of standard cut-
cutting conditions. If there is no ef- speed in stages by 10% within the ting conditions. If there is no effect, de-
fect, increase the feed by about 10 % range of standard cutting conditions. crease the feed by about 10 % as the
as the cutting speed is raised by 20%. cutting speed is raised by 20%.

P
× × ×

Apple-peel-like chips (Without curling) Continuously curled“C”shape chips with short lead (P). Continuously coiled long chips

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Chip control for low-carbon steels at low cutting speeds

In the cases shown below, the demonstrated cutting speed is less than 60 m/min.
As shown below, the use of DS chipbreaker allows effective chip control.
• When the cutting speed can not be raised to the standard cutting conditions because of machine limitation.
(Especially when using a small diameter drill)
• Safety problems could result from violently scattering chips.

Low carbon steel ( JIS S25C ) , NC lathe, ø13, Vc = 60m/min

Feed DS chipbreaker DJ chipbreaker Competitor“A” Competitor“B”

r= ∞ r= ∞ Remarkable vibration
f =0.08mm/rev

r= ∞ r= ∞ r= ∞
f =0.06mm/rev

r= ∞ r= ∞ r= ∞
f =0.04mm/rev

Mild steel ( JIS SS400 ) , Machining center , ø13, Vc = 60m/min

Feed DS chipbreaker DJ chipbreaker Competitor“A” Competitor“B”

r= ∞ Remarkable vibration
f =0.08mm/rev

r= ∞ r= ∞ r= ∞
f =0.06mm/rev

r= ∞ r= ∞ r= ∞
f =0.04mm/rev

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Comparison of chip shapes ( ø22 drill, vertical machining center )
Alloy steel (JIS SCM440) Stainless steel (JIS SUS304) Mild steel (JIS SS400)
( Vc=100m/min, f =0.1mm/rev) (Vc=150m/min, f =0.12mm/rev) ( Vc=200m/min, f =0.06mm/rev)
Competitor "C" Competitor "B" Competitor "A" DS chipbreaker DJ chipbreaker

× × When machining a gummy material, as the cutting


speed increases, chips are likely to be broken into
× shorter sections. But, in tool-rotating applications
such as on a machining center, chips are likely to
× ×
be violently scattered because of the increased
× centrifugal forces as the cutting speed increases.
In such cases, a safety protection to cover the cut-
× × ting zone is essential.

Aluminum alloys
Applicable
Al-Cu based aluminum alloy
Chip control for aluminum alloys listed
(JIS A2017)
below is relatively easy and can be carried d=25 mm (blind hole)
out by using standard inserts. Vertical machining center,
wet cutting
• Aluminum alloys for casting (JIS AC4B, etc.)
Toolholder : TDX180L054W25 (ø18)
• Aluminum alloys for die casting (JIS ADC12, etc.) Insert : XPMT06X308R-DW (GH730)
• Al-Cu based aluminum alloys (JIS A2017, etc.) Vc=200 m/min
• Al-Zn-Mg based aluminum alloys (JIS A7075, etc.) f=0.1 mm/rev
• Heat-treated aluminum alloys ( -T6, etc.)

Difficult to apply
Selection guide for chipbreaker types and cutting conditions
in machining Al-Mg based aluminum alloys
The following aluminum alloys are highly adhering and
tend to be thick chips. Therefore, referring to the chart 0.2
at right, select an appropriate chipbreaker and cutting
Feed mm/rev

conditions for the machining purpose. In addition, 0.15 DW


D W
as the peripheral edge especially tends to produce DJ
DJ
long and uncontrolled chips, step-feed drilling should
0.1
be carried out depending on the circumstance. DS
DS
• Al-Mg based aluminum alloy (JIS A5052)
Without With step feed 100   200   300   400
step feed every 0.5 mm Cutting speed m/min

Al-Mg based aluminum alloy (JIS A5052)


d=25 mm (blind hole)
Machine: Vertical machining center, wet cutting
Toolholder : TDX190L057W25 (ø19)
Insert : XPMT06X308R-DW (GH730)
Note: When chips heavily adhere to the chipgroove, con- Vc=300 m/min f=0.15 mm/rev
tinuous machining is difficult in some instances.

Not applicable

For the following aluminum alloys, because of remarkable chip adhering and packing on the
chip groove, TDX drills can not be used.
• Pure aluminum alloys (JIS A1000, etc.)

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Chip shapes (DW chipbreaker)
DW chipbreaker is designed to forcibly break thick chips. The use of DW chipbreaker allows highly
efficient machining in higher feed rate.

Comparison of chip shapes at high feeds


• When using a conventional chipbreaker at high feeds, the central edge produces short chips. But, as the chip
thickness increases, the occurrence of vibration makes the machining unstable. Additionally, the chips pro-
duced with the peripheral edge are too thick and can not be curled.
• DW chipbreaker is designed to have a special section shape suitable for high feeds and to break thick chips
into short length by forcibly curling them.

Comparison of chip shapes (JIS S55C,ø22, Vc=100 m/min, f=0.2mm/rev, Vertical machining center)
Chips produced with central edge Chips produced with peripheral edge
chipbreaker chipbreaker
DW

For high-feed machining, the guideline to select the


△ △ feed is about 1.5 times the standard cutting condi-
DJ

tions. High-feed machining will cause a heavy-load


on the machine. Therefore, it should be carried out
Competitive

only when the machine has sufficient power and ri-


“A”


gidity.
Cutting fluid should be supplied in adequate vol-
Competitive

ume through the tool. Fluid pressure of a minimum


△ ×
“B”

△ 1.5 MPa and volume of a minimum 10 l/min are rec-


ommended.

Chip shapes in normal conditions


DW chipbreaker can control chips even in Chip shapes
normal conditions. But, because the cutting (Mild steel (JIS SCM400), ø22, Vc=150 m/min,
forces are higher than those of DJ chipbreaker, f=0.1 mm/rev, Vertical machining center)
the first choice chipbreaker in normal conditions Chips produced with central edge Chips produced with peripheral edge
chipbreaker chipbreaker

is the DJ chipbreaker. DW chipbreaker should


DW

be used where increased insert strength and


improved surface finish are required.
DJ

Chip shapes in machining stainless steel, alloy steels, low carbon steels
Although DW chipbreaker can be used for Chip shapes
relatively gummy materials, DS chipbreaker has (Mild steel (JIS SS400), ø22, Vc=300 m/min,
an advantage over DW in compactness of the f=0.08 mm/rev, Vertical machining center)
Chips produced with central edge Chips produced with peripheral edge
chips produced with the peripheral insert and
chipbreaker chipbreaker

the stability in machining.


DW

DW chipbreaker is not recommended for high-


feed machining of stainless steels.
DJ

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Cutting performance of long body types
Allows stable machining for almost all work materials !

TDX 25

Spindle power (A)


Toolholder : TDX130L052W20-4 (ø13) 20
Insert : XPMT040104R-DJ (AH740)
15
0.1 f=0.07
10

Alloy steel 5

(JIS SCM440) 00 5 10 15
(230HB) Machining time (s) 150 m/min

d=52 mm (L/D=4, blind hole)


Vertical machining center
25
wet cutting Chip packing
Vc =150 m/min
Spindle power (A)

20

15

10

Competitor 00

“A”
5 10 15
Machining time (s) 150 m/min
(ø13)

TDX 25
Spindle power (A)

20
Toolholder : TDX130L052W20-4 (ø13)
Insert : XPMT040104R-DS(AH120)
15
0.08 0.06
10 f=0.04
Mild steel 5

(JIS SS400) 00 5 10 15 20
(130HB) Machining time (s) 200 m/min

d=52 mm (L/D=4, blind hole)


Vertical machining center 25
wet cutting Chip packing
Spindle power (A)

Vc =200 m/min 20

15

10

00
Competitor 5 10 15 20

(ø13) “B” Machining time (s) 200 m/min

TDX 25
Spindle power (A)

20
Toolholder : TDX130L052W20-4 (ø13)
Insert : XPMT040104R-DS(AH120)
15

10
0.08 0.06
f=0.04
Stainless steel 5

(JIS SUS304) 00 5 10 15 20 25

(170HB) Machining time (s) 140 m/min

d=52 mm (L/D=4, blind hole)


Vertical machining center 25
wet cutting Unstable power consumption
Spindle power (A)

Vc =140 m/min 20

15

10

00
Competitor 5 10 15 20 25

(ø13) “C” Machining time (s) 140 m/min

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Selecting of L/D specification
For the best performance, select the most appropriate tool for the
machining depth.
Comparison of L/D ratios and performance
Followings are test results comparing the performance of L/D=2 and L/D=5 drills used for the same machining.
The L/D=2 drill shows less tool failure and longer tool life.

L/D=2 L/D=5
Tool failure

Flank wear widthVB : 0.107mm Flank wear widthVB : 0.132mm

Stainless steel (JIS SUS304),


Shape of hole bottom

170 HB
d=24 mm (blind hole)
After machining 171 holes
(4.1 m in length)
Vertical machining center
wet cutting
ø12.5 DS (AH120)
Vc=150 m/min
f=0.05 mm/rev

L/D=2
12.8
Machining diameter mm

12.7

12.6

12.5

12.4

12.3
L/D=5
12.2
0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160

Number of holes machined

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Machining data
Recognize the high performance of TDX drills !

Tool life comparison in drilling alloy steel


Competitor "B-1 " Competitor "A" Competitor "B-2 "

The chart at right shows a comparison of tool


0.5
life curves of several drills in machining alloy
steel. DJ insert (AH740) showed stable wear
Broken central edge
without any irregular failure.

Corner-wear width of peripheral insert VC mm


0.4

Alloy steel (JIS SCM440), 240HB 0.3


d=30 mm (blind hole)
Vertical machining center ø18,
Wet cutting Occurrence Competitor
0.2 of chip
"C "
Vc= 100 m/min f= 0.08 mm/rev entangling

0.1

0
0 1 2 3 4 5 DJ (AH740)
Machining length m

Tool life comparison in drilling stainless steel


The following chart shows a comparison of tool life curves of several drills in machining stainless steel. DS insert (AH120)
showed stable wear and superior wear resistance even in high-speed conditions.

Cutting speed : Vc =150 m/min Cutting speed : Vc =220 m/min

0.3 0.3
Proven economy
Corner wear width of peripheral edge(mm)

Corner wear width of peripheral edge(mm)

Competitor
“B” Competitor Under the condition of Vc=150 m/min,
“C”
machining costs per 1 m were calculated
Competitor
“B” from the machining length before the
0.2 0.2
Competitor Competitor corner wear width reaches to Vc=0.1 mm.
“C” “A”
Competitor
The results are shown in the table to the
“A” DS(AH120) right. The cost of TDX drill was 1/2 to 1/3
0.1 0.1 times those of competitive drills.

DS(AH120)
Competitor Competitor Competitor
TDX “A” “B” “C”
No. of corners
0 0 per insert 4 2 4 4
0 2 4 6 8 10 0 2 4 6 8 10
VC=0.1mm
Machining length(m) Machining length(m) Tool life criterion 10 6 3 4
Index of running
costs 1)
30 100 100 75
Stainless steel (JIS SUS304), 120 HB
1) Competitor “A” was placed to 100.
d=25 mm (blind hole) , Vertical machining center ø19 mm,
wet cutting, f=0.08 mm/rev

Improvement in drilling stainless steel


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In this example, compared to a competitive drill, great Stainless steel (JIS SUS304),
improvement (600 pcs./corner, two times) in the tool 120HB
Drilling length: d=23 mm (Blind hole)
life and cutting conditions was achieved. Machine : CNC lathe (Wet cutting)
Drill body : TDX180L054W25
Insert : XPMT06X308R-DS (AH120)
Vc=120 m/min
φ18

f=0.06 mm/rev

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Machining of hardened steel with small diameter (ø13 mm) drill
In the machining of hardened steel with small diameter drills, reliability to insert breakage was evaluated.
Almost all inserts were broken in the competitive drills. However, the TDX drill showed normal wear
and could continue further machining.
0.4
Corner wear width of peripheral edge Vc mm

Competitor “D”
(Both central and peripheral inserts were broken)
0.3

Competitor “B”
(Both central and peripheral inserts were broken)
0.2
Die steel (JIS SKD61), 50HRC
Competitor “A” Drilling depth : d=25 mm (Blind hole)
(Central insert was broken)
Machine : Vertical machining center
0.1 Drill dia. : ø13 mm
DJ (AH740) inserts (Normal wear)
Cutting fluid : Used
Vc=100 m/min
f=0.02 mm/rev
0
12 24 36 48
0
Number of holes machined (Holes)

Machining example of hardened steel

After machining 1.5 m in length, the


insert showed little tool-wear and could
continue further machining. The
machining was also stable.

Forging die steel (50HRC)


Drilling depth: d=45 mm (Blind hole)
Machine : Horizontal machining center
Cutting fluid : Used
Drill body : TDX220L066W25
Insert : XPMT07H308R-DJ (AH740)
Vc=80 m/min
f=0.04 mm/rev Central edge Peripheral edge
(VN=0.08 mm) (VBmax=0.03 mm, VC=0.08 mm)

Improvement in machining hard material

Previously used brazed carbide drills frequently chipped. After switching to TDX drills, they developed
only small insert wear and improved surface finish. In addition, machining time was reduced to 1/10.

60
High-chromium cast iron
(52HRC)
Drilling depth : d=60 mm (Blind hole)
Machine : CNC lathe
Cutting fluid : Used
ø23

Drill body : TDX220L066W25


Insert : XPMT07H308R-DJ (AH740)
Vc=40 m/min
f=0.02 mm/rev

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Deep-hole drilling of low-carbon steel with large diameter (ø50 mm) drill
This example shows test results in which low-carbon steel was machined with a large diameter (ø50 mm) TDX drill.
In combination with DS chipbreaker, the drill achieved good chip control and stable machining without vibration.
Power consumption

Vc =200 m/min, f=0.07 mm/rev, Drilling depth =250 mm

Machining time →

ø50

Mild steel (JIS SS400), 130HB


Drilling depth : d=250 mm
(L/D=5, Blind hole)
Machine : Vertical machining center
250

Cutting fluid : Used


Drill body : TDX500L250W40-5
Insert : XPMT150512-DS(AH120)
Cutting speed : Vc=200 m/min
Feed : =0.07, 0.1 mm/rev

MQL deep-hole drilling of carbon steel with small diameter (ø12.5 mm) TDX drill
This example shows test results of MQL deep hole drilling of carbon steel with a small diameter (ø12.5
mm) TDX drill.
In spite of MQL machining, the drill achieved low-noise machining, good chip-removal, and excellent
hole-diameter stability.
Hole diameter (mm)

13

12.5

12
1 30 60

Drilling depth (mm)

Carbon steel (JIS S55C), 220HB


ø12.5 Drilling depth : d=63 mm (L/D=5, Blind hole)
Machine : Vertical machining center
Cutting fluid : Semi-dry
(Through tool supply, 2 cc/hour)
Drill body : TDX125L063W20-5
Insert : XPMT040104R-DJ (AH740)
Cutting speed : Vc=180 m/min
Feed : f=0.06 mm/rev

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High efficiency machining with DW insert (GH730)

Highly efficient, extra-low cost drilling has been realized !

Vf = 318mm/min

Photographs below show tool wear on corners after drilling 5.2 m in length at cutting
speed of 100 m/min and feed of 0.22 mm/rev.
DW insert showed a small amount of initial wear.
Carbon steel (JIS S55C), 220HB
Drilled length : 5.2 m
Machine : Vertical machining center
Cutting fluid : Used
Drill body : TDX220L044W25-2
Insert : XPMT07H308R-DW (GH730)
Cutting speed : Vc=100 m/min
Feed : f=0.22 mm/rev

DW(GH730) Competitor “A” Competitor “B”

Vf = 579mm/min

Photographs below show tool wear on corners after drilling 5.2 m in length at cutting
speed of 200 m/min and feed of 0.2 mm/rev.
A combination of L/D=2-designed drill body and DW (GH730) insert has realized higher
table-feed comparable to those of solid drills.
Carbon steel (JIS S55C), 220HB
Machine : Vertical machining center
Cutting fluid : Used
Drill body :TDX220L044W25-2
Insert : XPMT07H308R-DW (GH730)
Cutting speed : Vc=200 m/min
Feed : f=0.2 mm/rev

DW(GH730) Competitor “A” Competitor “B”

Furthermore, the wiper effect of the insert produced a superior surface finish. Be-
cause of less tool-wear, deterioration of the surface roughness was not recognized.

5
Surface roughness Ra  m

After drilling
4 first hole After drilling 5.2 m

0
DW Competitor “A” Competitor
 “B”
(GH730)

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Finished hole diameters
• TDX drills are not suitable for the drilling of holes requiring high accuracy. Differing from solid carbide drills, the
finished hole diameter depends on three factors , 1. the accuracy of the insert , 2. the accuracy of the drill body
, and 3. the oversize of the drilled hole.
Therefore, a guideline for the hole tolerance is IT 12 or more.
But, when using in a work-rotating condition, the finished diameter can be adjusted by offset machining. Even
in tool-rotating applications, use of the eccentric sleeve (“EZ sleeve”) allows adjusting.
• In some cases, the finished hole diameter machined with TDX drills is smaller than the drill diameter depending
on the work material and cutting conditions.
• When a severe tolerance to the finished diameter is required, a selection of drill diameter in consideration for
the stock removal and finishing such as boring are required.
• The charts below show the finishing diameters of TDX drills and competitive drills. In competitive drills, some
variations in finishing diameters resulting from measuring points and cutting conditions can be seen. TDX drill
showed stable finishing diameters.

Accuracy of insert Accuracy of drill body Oversize of hole diameter to the real drill diameter

Finishing diameter = Nominal drill diameter -0.1~+0.3

Comparison of finishing diameters (ø34)


TDX drill Competitor “A” Competitor “B” Competitor “C”
ø34, Vc=100m/min, Depth:3D

34.3 34.3 34.3 34.3


Carbon steel (JIS S55C)

34.2 34.2 34.2 34.2

34.1 34.1 34.1 34.1

34.0 34.0 34.0 34.0

33.9 33.9 33.9 33.9

33.8 33.8 33.8 33.8

33.7 33.7 33.7 33.7


Entrance Center Exit Entrance Center Exit Entrance Center Exit Entrance Center Exit
Hole-diameter measuring points Hole-diameter measuring points Hole-diameter measuring points Hole-diameter measuring points
ø34, Vc=150m/min, Depth:2.5D ø34, Vc=180m/min, Depth:2.5D

34.3 34.3 34.3 34.3

34.2
Mild steel (JIS SS400)

34.2 34.2 34.2

34.1 34.1 34.1 34.1

34.0 34.0 34.0 34.0

33.9 33.9 33.9 33.9

33.8 33.8 33.8 33.8

33.7 33.7 33.7 33.7


Entrance Center Exit Entrance Center Exit Entrance Center Exit Entrance Center Exit
Hole-diameter measuring points Hole-diameter measuring points Hole-diameter measuring points Hole-diameter measuring points

34.3 34.3 34.3 34.3


Stainless steel ( JIS SUS 304)

34.2 34.2 34.2 34.2

34.1 34.1 34.1 34.1

34.0 34.0 34.0 34.0

33.9 33.9 33.9 33.9

33.8 33.8 33.8 33.8

33.7 33.7 33.7 33.7


Entrance Center Exit Entrance Center Exit Entrance Center Exit Entrance Center Exit
Hole-diameter measuring points Hole-diameter measuring points Hole-diameter measuring points Hole-diameter measuring points

▲ f =0.08 mm/rev ● f =0.1 mm/rev ■ f =0.12 mm/rev

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Determination of tool life
Change the tool a little earlier !

Tool life determination for insert


As the insert failure develops, several phenomenons such as deterioration in chip controllability,
increased cutting noise and increased cutting forces are observed.
If the machining is continued as the failure is enlarged, it may cause breakage of the drill body. When
the following phenomenons are recognized, index or change the tool a little earlier.

• When excessive chipping or fracture is seen on the cutting edges.


• When at least one of notch wear (VN), flank wear width (VB), and corner wear width of peripheral edge (VC)
reaches 0.3 mm.
• When the cutting noise excessively increases.
• When chip controllability remarkably deteriorates.
• When the net power consumption is increased by about 30 % compared to the beginning of cutting.

Tool failure types of inserts

For central inserts For peripheral inserts

Rake face wear Crater wear Rake face wear


Flaking
Chipping ・ fracture

Corner wear width

Average flank wear width


Flank wear
Notch wear

Insert failure and its effect on machining

Chipping, Fracture, Rake face wear, Flank wear, Corner


Flaking Crater wear wear , Notch wear

• Variation in finishing diameters • Deteriorated chip control • Increased power consumption


• Deteriorated chip control • Occurrence of chatter
• Deteriorated surface finish • Variation in cutting noise
• Deteriorated surface finish

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Tool life determination for drill body

As same as in inserts, the drill body also fails by rubbing of chips. Excessively damaged drill body
can not achieve the original performance. Therefore, when the following phenomenons are recognized,
change the drill body to new one a little earlier.
• When deformation, flaws, burrs, chip adherence are occurred on the insert pocket.
• When the insert pocket is damaged with the insert breakage.
• When the chip pocket is excessively damaged with the rubbing of chips.
• When the excessive rubbing on the peripheral part of drill body is observed.
• When the other phenomenons differing from the beginning of use are observed.

Examples of damaged drill bodies


Example 1: Example 2:
The chip pocket is scooped Damaged insert pocket accompanying
by rubbing of chips. with insert fracturing
Effects Effects
• A change in chip control. • Bad influence on insert seating and clamping.
• Likely to occur chip packing. • Likely to occur insert fracturing.
• The oil hole is exposed in some cases.

Damaged chip pocket


resulting from rubbing Damaged insert pocket
of chips.

Cutting forces
The charts below show a guideline for cutting forces. Use TDX drills on a machine with ample power
and sufficient rigidity.

Guidelines for cutting forces

16 5 5
Net power consumption (kW)

14 LOAD %
4 4
12
Thrust force (kN)

Torque (N・m)

10 3 3
8

6 2 2

4 0.13mm/rev 0.13mm/rev 0.13mm/rev


0.10mm/rev 1 0.10mm/rev 1 0.10mm/rev
2 0.07mm/rev 0.07mm/rev 0.07mm/rev
0 0 0
10 20 30 40 50 60 10 20 30 40 50 60 10 20 30 40 50 60
Drill diameter (mm) Drill diameter (mm) Drill diameter (mm)

Cutting speed: Vc=100 m/min


Work material: Alloy steel (JIS SCM440),
240HB
Cutting fluid: Used

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Surface finish
Superior surface finish !
• A guideline for surface finish is about 25µm in maximum depth. It depends on the work material and cutting
conditions.
• When a better surface finish is required, a finishing operation is needed.
• But, as shown in the Figure below, the use of DW insert achieves better surface finishes.
• Surface finishes are improved as the cutting speed is increased and the feed is decreased.
• When machining stainless steels and low carbon steels, the chip control is important. The surface finish
obtained with DS insert is superior to those obtained with competitive inserts.

Work material: Carbon steel (JIS S55C)


9
Competitor “A” 200HB
8 Drill diameter: ø22 mm
Finished surface roughness Raμm

Cutting speed: Vc=100 m/min


7

6
Competitor “D”

4 Competitor “B”

3
TDX
2
+
DW
1

0
0.1 0.14 0.18 0.22

Feed f (mm/rev)

(μm) TDX+DS Ra=1.96, Ry=11.65, Rz=9.72


50
40
30
20
10
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-20 -15 -10 -5 0
Bottom ← Axial measuring points → Entrance

(μm) Cmpetitor “B” Ra=5.30, Ry=39.91, Rz=30.9


50
40
30
20
10
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-20 -15 -10 -5 0
Bottom ← Axial measuring points → Entrance
Work material: Stainless steel
(JIS SUS304)180HB
Drill diameter: ø18 mm
Cutting speed: Vc=150 m/min
Feed: f=0.06 mm/rev

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Shapes of hole bottom
Unevenness of the hole-bottom face machined with TDX drill is smaller than competitors !
The shape of the hole bottom machined with TDX drill is closer to
flat compared with those machined with HSS drills. Even

Maximum unevenness Hmax


Drill diameter øD
compared with competitive indexable drills, the TDX drill excels
in flatness.

TDX drill
Compare Drill ø12.5 ø15 ø17.5 ø22 ø27 ø33 ø42
the diameter ∼14.5 ∼ 17 ∼21.5 ∼ 26 ∼ 32 ∼ 41 ∼ 52 Hole bottom shape obtained with TDX drill
difference !
Hmax 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.1 1.3 1.9 2.3
Competitive indexable drills, brazed drills, and HSS drills
Drill diameter ø13 ø15 ø20 ø25 ø30 ø35 ø50
Competitors 0.8 0.8 1.6 1.8 1.9 2.1 2.8
Hmax

Brazed drills 2.4 2.7 3.6 4.5 5.5 6.6 9.1


HSS drills 3.9 4.5 6.0 7.5 9.0 10.5 15.0 Competitive indexable-insert drill

140°
Example of hole-bottom finishing

In addition to the maximum unevenness (Hmax) Brazed carbide drill


at the outer portion, the Hmax formed in the mid-
section is also smaller than those formed by com- Height of unevenness 118°

petitive drills. Therefore, when finishing the hole


bottom face, the toolholder of the finishing tool is
less likely to interfere with the hole bottom. HSS drill

Use of TDX drill on machining centers


Check the specifications of the toolholder

Selecting toolholders Adjusting drilling diameter


• Side-lock type toolholders for drills or milling-chuck holders • By using commercially available eccentric
commercially available from toolholder manufacturers are rec- toolholders or “EZ sleeves” (eccentric
ommended. sleeves specially designed for TDX drills),
• Side-lock type toolholders for endmills are also usable, but the drilling diameters are adjustable.
tool may be secured with only one screw. • As for the use of “EZ sleeves”, see page
• When using some of speed-accelerator type spindles and oil- 43.
hole holders, the drill shank must be shortened to prevent in- • When using “EZ sleeves”, use commercially
terference with their hole bottom. available side-lock type toolholder for drills.
Examples of side-lock type toolholder for
drills.
• BIG: Sidelock drill holder
Example of type:BT50-TSL32-105
• KURODA: DA type sidelock holder
Example of type:BT50-SLDA32-120
• NIKKEN: Sidelock holder (for drills)
Example of type:BT50-SL32C-105 “EZ sleeves”
(eccentric sleeves specially designed for TDX drills)

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Use of TDX drill on lathes
Setting of drill body is a key factor

Mounting the drill on turret (tool post)


• Mount the drill body so that the cutting edges will be parallel to the X-axis of the machine.
• In normal circumstance, the drill body is mounted so that the peripheral insert can be seen from the operator. In
some machines, mounting of 180° opposite direction is also possible without problems.
• As the driving flat of the drill shank is machined to be parallel to the cutting edges, by tightening the flat with the
fixing screw, the cutting edges are to be parallel to the X-axis of the machine.

Turret
Direction of screwing of
Cutting edges are to be parallel
X-a to the X-axis of the machine mounting screw.
xis
of m
ach
ine
X-a
xis
of m
ach
ine
Ce
ntr
al
ed
ge

Peri
phe
ral e
dge

In normal circumstance, the drill body is mounted so that


the peripheral insert can be seen from the operator.

Checking of cutting edge height


• The cutting edge height is an important factor to carry out proper machining.
• The center axis of the tool should be below the rotating axis of the machine by 0 to 0.2 mm.
• Prior checking of the center height of the machine by using a reference bar is recommended.
• In this case, the checking of the center height should be carried out at the same position as the overhang length
of the drill.
• When the reference bar is not available, the ground part of a boring bar can be used as a substitute.
byr
mm te
.2 en
t0 ec

Turret
ou th
ab low

Dial gage
Be

Ce
n tra
X- le
ma axis o dge
chi f
ne
Per
iphe
ral e Overhanga length of drill
dge
Reference bar

Main
spindle
The condition of cutting edge height is not appro-
Same as the overhang length of drill
priate, adjusting of the turret is basically needed.
But, an easy adjusting method is described on the
next page.
A substitution by using a boring bar

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Checking of setting conditions by trial cutting

• After mounting the drill body, check the condition of be-


low-center by trial cutting before the real machining. Core in center portion

• If the drill body is properly set, a core of about ø0.5 mm in

About 0.5 mm in diameter


diameter is left in the bottom of the hole.
• If core is not left at all, it means “above- center”. If the core
diameter is larger than ø1 mm, it means “excessive below-
center”. In such cases, again check the cutting edge height.
• For the conditions of the trial cutting, low feeds of less than
0.1 mm/rev and drilling depth up to 10 mm are recom-
mended as a guideline.
Drilling depth: Up to 10 mm

Adjusting of cutting-edge height


When the condition of the cutting-edge height is improper, the following method is used for the adjusting.

q In the case of “above-center”


If machining is carried out in such condition, the center cutting edge is likely to be chipped.
Rotate the mounting direction by 180°. If the mounting direction can not be changed, rotate the drill
body by 180°. But in this case, additional machining of driving flat which is parallel to the cutting
edge is required.
Mounting direction

C P
cu entra cu eriph
ttin l ttin era
ge ge l
dg dg
e e
X-axis of machine Rotating by X-
180° ax
C is
P cu entra
of
cu eriph Center of drill ttin l ma
ttin era ge ch
ge l dg ine
dg e
e

Mounting
direction

w In the case of e In the case of


“a little (about 0.05 mm) above-center” “excessive (over 0.2 mm) below-center”
In this case, in addition to the method q, shifting If the drill body is mounted in such condition, the
of the mounting position to another turret core diameter is increased. If machining is carried
position may improve the condition. out as the core diameter is larger than 1 mm, it will
result in an unstable machining condition such as
heavy vibration.
In such cases, adjust the cutting edge height by
using “EZ-sleeve” (the eccentric sleeve designed
specially for TDX drills) or adjust the accuracy of
the turret itself.
For the use of
“EZ sleeve”, refer
to page 43.

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Offset machining on lathe
A larger hole than the drill diameter can be machined !

Offset machining
• When the drill is used in a work-rotating mode such as in lathes, offsetting of the drill in the X-axis of the
machine allows fine adjustment of the drilled hole diameter.
• When the offset machining is carried out, the drill body should be mounted so that the cutting edge will be
parallel to the X-axis of the machine. Mount the tool referring to the aforesaid setting method.

X
the -axis
ma of
chi
ne

Ce
ntr
al e
Ce
ntr Decreased dge
al e
dg drilling Increased
e
diameters P
drilling
Interference Pe
edgeriph
e era diameters
l
edg riphe
e ral

Displacement must not


Offsetting to the direction of exceed -0.1 mm.

decreased drilling diameters.

Drilled diameters obtained by offsetting are roughly


calculated as following.
Drilled diameter = Drill diameter + Displacement X 2 Ce
ntr
al e
dge

Example: P
edgeriph
e era l
Drill diameter: ø20 mm
Displacement: 0.2 mm
Drilled diameter=20 + 0.2 X 2 = ø20.4 mm Offsetting to the direction of
Displacement (+) increased drilling diameters.

Maximum allowable displacement and maximum drilling diameters


Direction of increased drilling diameter (+)
Max. displacement

Max. displacement

Max. displacement

Max. displacement

Max. displacement

Max. displacement

Max. displacement
Drill diameter

Drill diameter

Drill diameter

Drill diameter

Drill diameter

Drill diameter

Drill diameter
Max. drilling

Max. drilling

Max. drilling

Max. drilling

Max. drilling

Max. drilling

Max. drilling
diameter

diameter

diameter

diameter

diameter

diameter

diameter

12.5 +0.8 14.1 15.0 +0.9 16.8 17.5 +1.2 19.9 22.0 +1.2 24.4 27.0 +1.5 30.0 33.0 +2.3 37.6 42.0 +3.1 48.2
13.0 +0.7 14.4 15.5 +0.8 17.1 18.0 +1.1 20.2 22.5 +1.1 24.7 28.0 +1.2 30.4 34.0 +2.1 38.2 43.0 +2.9 48.8
13.5 +0.5 14.5 16.0 +0.6 17.2 18.5 +0.9 20.3 23.0 +0.9 24.8 29.0 +1.0 31.0 35.0 +1.8 38.6 44.0 +2.6 49.2
14.0 +0.4 14.8 16.5 +0.5 17.5 19.0 +0.8 20.6 23.5 +0.8 25.1 30.0 +0.7 31.4 36.0 +1.5 39.0 45.0 +2.3 49.6
14.5 +0.3 15.1 17.0 +0.4 17.8 19.5 +0.7 20.9 24.0 +0.7 25.4 31.0 +0.4 31.8 37.0 +1.3 39.6 46.0 +2.1 50.2
20.0 +0.5 21.0 24.5 +0.5 25.5 32.0 +0.2 32.4 38.0 +1.0 40.0 47.0 +1.8 50.6
20.5 +0.4 21.3 25.0 +0.4 25.8 39.0 +0.7 40.4 48.0 +1.5 51.0
21.0 +0.3 21.6 25.5 +0.3 26.1 40.0 +0.5 41.0 48.0 +1.3 51.6
21.5 +0.2 21.9 26.0 +0.2 26.4 41.0 +0.2 41.4 50.0 +1.0 52.0
51.0 +0.7 52.4
52.0 +0.5 53.0

• The allowable displacement has a dependence on the drill diameters. Offsetting must not exceed the maximum
displacement shown in the table.
• When causing insert breakage or vibration, reduce the feed.
• To prevent the drill-body from interfering with workpiece, the displacement to the direction of decreased diameters
should be within 0.1 mm. Even when setting within 0.1 mm, there is a possibility of interfering depending on the
condition of the cutting-edge height and the hole straightness. Please check these carefully.

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Cautions when using on lathes
Through-hole drilling

Cover
When the drill penetrates the hole, uncut
disc-like piece may fly-out from between
the chuck jaws.
This piece has sharp edges and is very
dangerous. A guard to cover the chuck is
required.
Disc-like uncut piece

When a disc-like uncut piece is left on the exit side

Exit side
In machining gummy materials or high-feed machining,
a disc-like uncut piece may be left on the exit side of
the hole. By reducing the feed from the position of about
3 mm toward the exit, the occurrence of the piece can
be mostly prevented.

When machining a large diameter hole in excess of the maximum drilling diameter

When machining of a large diameter hole in excess of the


maximum drilling diameter is required, there is a method in
which the hole once machined by solid drilling is enlarged
by boring in several steps as shown in the Figure at right.
But, in the boring operation, the chip control is more difficult
than that in the solid drilling. Therefore, use of a purpose-
made boring tool is recommended for the operation.

When using on a lathe without internal coolant supply

When the drill is used on a lathe without internal


Taper screw for pipe
coolant supply, remove the taper screw from the
flange of the drill body and connect a coolant
supply hose to the position. By this, coolant can
be supplied through the tool. ( This method is
applied only to the drills of L/D=2 and 3.)
In this case, the rear end of the drill shank should
be plugged with the removed taper screw.

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Special machining
Special caution must be taken to the following machining !
Specially difficult machining types are described in this page. This machining should be avoided where
possible by carrying out some prior machining. When having no choice but to do these types of
machining, care should be taken to the following.
(Stack drilling is excluded.)

Surface conditions to be machined

(1) Drilling into angled face


When the engaging surface or exit-side surface is
angled, set the feed to within 0.05 mm/rev. When
using the drill of 4D or 5D design, prior flattening of
the engaging surface by using an end mill is recom-
mended.

(2) Drilling into arc face


When the engaging surface is arc, the feed at en- R

gagement should be set to within 0.05 mm/rev. The


radius of the arc should be greater than the five times
the tool diameter.

Drilling of interrupted hole

The feed during the penetrating and engagement in an interrupted portion should be within 1/2 of the
standard condition. Before engaging in the interrupted portion, a disc-like chip produced in penetrat-
ing must be completely removed.

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Drilling of stacked plates

In drilling of stacked plates, a disc-like chip is produced between the plates. This
may increase a possibility of causing the insert and drill body to be damaged.
Therefore, TDX drills are not recommended for this operation.

Disc-like chip

Clearance between
plates

Enlarging of pre-drilled hole

• When enlarging a pre-drilled hole, the hole diameter should be within 1/4 of the diameter of TDX drill. If
chips are not well controlled, peck-drilling or dwelling (about 0.1 sec.) is recommended.
• As shown in Figure below, the bottom face of the hole machined with TDX drill is slightly convex. In the
next process, if drilling is carried out to the face, the risk of drill breakage or poor hole straightness may
be increased. After pre-drilling with another drill, TDX drill should be used.

× ○

• For counterboring of a hole, TCB-type counterboring cutters are recommended. The TCB-type cutter
provided with two effective cutting edges allows more efficient machining than TDX drill. In addition,
the insert with dimple-type chipbreaker performs better chip control.

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About the MQL (Minimum Quantity Lubrication) machining
What is MQL machining ?
“MQL machining” is a new machining method where a minimum quantity (about 10 cc/hour)
of lubricant mixed with air is supplied to the cutting point.
This method features:
q The temperature of the cutting edge is lower than that of in “Absolute dry-machining”.
Therefore, existing tools can be applied to the machining.
w Compared with “Cooled-air machining”, the required apparatus is simple and low cost.
Nevertheless, pronounced effect on tool life can be obtained.
The following are key points in carrying out “MQL machining”.

Tips in selecting cutting conditions


In MQL machining, compared with wet machining, chip shape varies remarkably depending on the feed rate. Refer-
ring to the following, select the proper conditions allowing stable chip removal. When selecting, find the conditions in
which the chips produced with the central cutting edge are continuous coil-shape.

Cutting conditions for reference Cutting speed : Vc=80 ~180 m/min Feed : f =0.03 ~ 0.08 mm/rev

Preferable chip shapes in MQL machining


Stably continuous coil-shape chips produced with central cutting edge

Carbon steel (JIS S45C), 230HB Alloy steel (JIS SCM440), 230HB Mild steel (JIS SS400), 150HB
Cutting speed : Vc=150 m/min Cutting speed : Vc=150 m/min Cutting speed : Vc=150 m/min
Feed : f =0.05 mm/rev Feed : f =0.05 mm/rev Feed : f =0.05 mm/rev
TDX180L054W25 (ø18) TDX180L054W25 (ø18) TDX180L054W25 (ø18)
XPMT06X308R-DJ (AH740) XPMT06X308R-DJ (AH740) XPMT06X308R-DJ (AH740)

Unfavorable chip shapes in MQL machining

When the chips produced with the cen-


tral cutting edge are crushed or elon-
gated without curling, reduce the feed.
Crushed chips produced with
central cutting edge

Elongated chips produced with


central cutting edge

• Through-the -tool coolant supply is a must in MQL machining.


• MQL machining is not suitable for some materials, which generate high-temperature during machining, such as stainless
steels and heat-resistant steels.

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Cautionary points in use
Cutting fluids
• Water-soluble cutting fluids (such as JIS W1-2) should
be used. Water insoluble cutting fluids are not recom-
mended because their fumes may catch fire.
• Fluid pressure of 1 MPa or greater and fluid quantity of
7 lit/min or more are essential.
• For 4D and 5D types, 1.5 MPa or greater and 10 lit/min
or more are recommended.

Within 1.5D
• Cutting fluid should be supplied through the oil hole of
the tool. When there is no choice other than external
supply, reduce the cutting speed by 20 % of the stan-
7
dard condition and limit the drilling depth to within 1.5
times the drill diameter. External supply should be
avoided for machining stainless steel and heat-resis-
tant steels.

Maximum drilling depth

The flute length of TDX drills is a little larger than Flute length
Maximum drilling depth
the maximum drilling depth. This is needed for
chip removal when drilling to the maximum drill-
Drill diameter

ing depth.
Drilling in excess of the maximum drilling length
should be avoided.

Additional length for penetrating

When drilling to the maximum drilling depth, the Additional length for
penetrating ≤ 0.1 X øD
additional length for penetrating should be within
10 % of the drill diameter.

Use in work-rotating condition

See “Cautions when using on lathes” on page 28.

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Troubleshooting
Trouble and countermeasures
Type and place of troublePt(N9)
Bサイズ Cause
Max.S=ap×P Countermeasures
Central • Increase cutting speed.
Relief
cutting
surface Inappropriate cutting conditions
edge • Reduce feed.
• Decrease cutting speed.
Peripheral Relief
cutting surface Inappropriate cutting conditions • Decrease cutting speed where feed is too low. Increase cutting
edge
speed where feed is too high.
• Check that coolant flow is 5 lit./min or more.
• Increase concentration of cutting fluid.
Coolant types and supply method
Abnormal wear of insert

• Use cutting fluid provided with sufficient lubricity.


• Change to internal coolant supply if used in external supply.
Relief
surface • Change to more rigid machine.
Vibration during machining • Change to more rigid work clamping method.
• Change tool mounting conditions.
Improper insert grade • Change to T1015. (Refer to page 7)
Common Looseness of insert clamping • Secure insert clamping screw.
• Change to internal coolant supply if used in external supply.
• Increase coolant supply volume.
Excessive heat occurrence
• Reduce feed.
Crater
• Decrease cutting speed.
• Reduce feed.
Remarkable chip rubbing
• Increase coolant supply pressure.
• Change cutting conditions.
Chipbreaker Improper chip control • chip packing
• Increase coolant supply pressure.
• Displacement of drill center from machine center should be 0 to
Misalignment in work rotating
0.2 mm. ( in direction to below-center)
Machining in large offset • Use in range of allowable offsetting value.
Central
cutting Rotating center • Flatten entry surface in pre-machining.
edge of drill Drilling into non flat surface
• Set feed within 0.05 mm/rev in non-flat portion.
Too high a feed rate • Reduce feed to about 0.1 mm/rev.
Reuse of chipped corner • Check corner-failure in changing and indexing of insert.
• Index or change insert when corner wear width of peripheral
Use of insert in excess of tool life
insert reaches to 0.3 mm.
Chipping and fracture of insert

• Flatten entry surface in pre-machining.


Peripheral Drilling into non flat surface
cutting Peripheral corner • Set feed within 0.05 mm/rev in non-flat portion.
edge area
Presence of interrupted portion on
• Set feed to within 0.05 mm in interrupted portion.
the way of machining
Reuse of chipped corner • Check corner-failure in changing and indexing of insert.
• Change cutting conditions.
Improper chip control • chip packing
Unused • Increase coolant supply pressure.
corner and
cutting edge Chip recutting • Decrease feed
Mechanical impact • If used in peck-feeding, change to continuous feeding.
• Index or change insert when notch wear width (VN) reaches to
Use of insert in excess of tool life
0.3 mm.
Contact boundary • Change to more rigid machine.
Common
Vibration during machining • Change to more rigid work clamping method.
• Change tool mounting conditions.
Work hardness is too high • Reduce feed.
Flaking • Change to internal coolant supply if used in external supply.
Thermal impact
• Decrease cutting speed.
Improper insert grade • Change insert grade to GH730 (See page 7)
Common
looseness in insert clamping • Fasten insert clamping screw securely.

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Type and place of troublePt(N9)
Bサイズ Cause
Max.S=ap×P Countermeasures
• Displacement of drill center from machine center should be 0
Misalignment in work-rotating
Rubbing scratch on drill body

to 0.2 mm. ( in direction to below-center)


Offset-machining in excess of allowable value • Use in range of allowable offsetting value.
Offsetting toward decreasing diameter • Change direction of offsetting.
Periphery of drill • Flatten entry surface in pre-machining.
Drilling into or through non flat surface
body • Set feed within 0.05 mm/rev in non-flat portion.
Fracturing of peripheral insert • Change insert.
Workpiece deflection • Change to more rigid work clamping method.
• Change cutting conditions.
Chip packing
• Increase coolant pressure
• Displacement of drill center from machine center should be 0
Misalignment in work-rotating
to 0.2 mm. ( in direction to below-center)
Improper offsetting. • Adjust offsetting value
Hole diameter
• Flatten entry surface in pre-machining.
Drilling into or through non flat surface
Inferior hole accuracy

• Set feed within 0.05 mm/rev in non-flat portion.


Workpiece deflection • Change to more rigid work clamping method.
• Increase concentration of cutting fluid.
Coolant types and supply method • Use cutting fluid provided with sufficient lubricity.
Surface finish • Change to internal coolant supply if used in external supply.
• Increase cutting speed.
Improper cutting conditions
• Decrease feed.
Insert failure • Change insert.
Common • Change cutting speed.
Chip packing
• Increase coolant pressure.
Looseness of insert clamping screw • Fasten insert clamping screw securely.
• Use in range of standard cutting condition.
Improper cutting conditions • Increase cutting speed.
• Decrease feed.
Insert failure • Change insert.
• Change to internal coolant supply.
Entangling
External coolant supplying • Use peck-drilling method.
Chip control

• Insert 0.1-second dwelling before chip entangling.


• Shift to higher cutting speed and feed conditions to shorten chip
Chips produced by central edge length.(Primarily, chips produced with central cutting edge are likely
to lengthen especially in work-rotating machining.)
• Change to internal coolant supply.
Improper coolant supply
• Increase coolant pressure.
Chip packing
• Reduce feed
Improper cutting conditions
• Increase cutting speed
Use of excessively damaged drill body • Change drill holder to new one .
Common
Looseness of insert clamping screw • Fasten insert clamping screw securely.
• Decrease cutting speed.
Improper cutting conditions
• Increase feed
Excessively worn insert • Change insert.
Chatter • Change to more rigid machine.
Vibration during machining • Change to more rigid work clamping method.
Other trouble

• Change tool mounting conditions.


Looseness of insert clamping screw • Fasten insert clamping screw securely.
Insufficient machine power and torque • Decrease cutting speed and feed.
• Change insert before insert is heavily damaged.
Machine stop • Check that taper plug screw has not come off from drill body.
Galling
• Check condition of coolant delivery.
• Decrease cutting speed and feed.
Insert failure • Change or index insert.
Large burr
Improper cutting conditions • Decrease feed.

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Specifications of TDX drills
L/D=2 (metric) L
R1
Max. drilling depth R2

φD1h6
φD2
φD
Unit: mm
Drill dia. Dimensions Max. Insert clamping screw Torx driver Hex. wrench Oil-hole plug screw
Cat. No. Stock Applicable inserts
φD φD1 φD2 R1 R2 L offset
12.5 TDX125L025W20-2 ● 25 89.5 0.8
13.0 TDX130L026W20-2 ● 26 91 0.7 XPMT040104R-DJ
13.5 TDX135L027W20-2 ● 27 92.5 0.5 XPMT040104R-DS CSTB-2
14.0 TDX140L028W20-2 ● 28 94 0.4 XPMT040104R-DW
14.5 TDX145L029W20-2 ● 29 95.5 0.3
20 32 40 T-6D
15.0 TDX150L030W20-2 ● 30 97 0.9
15.5 TDX155L031W20-2 ● 31 98.5 0.8 XPMT050204R-DJ
16.0 TDX160L032W20-2 ● 32 100 0.6 XPMT050204R-DS CSTB-2L040
16.5 TDX165L033W20-2 ● 33 101.5 0.5 XPMT050204R-DW
17.0 TDX170L034W20-2 ● 34 103 0.4
17.5 TDX175L035W25-2 ● 35 117.5 1.2
18.0 TDX180L036W25-2 ● 36 119 1.1
18.5 TDX185L037W25-2 ● 37 120.5 0.9
19.0 TDX190L038W25-2 ● 38 122 0.8 XPMT06X308R-DJ
19.5 TDX195L039W25-2 ● 39 123.5 0.7 XPMT06X308R-DS CSTB-2.2R T-7D
20.0 TDX200L040W25-2 ● 40 125 0.5 XPMT06X308R-DW
20.5 TDX205L041W25-2 ● 41 126.5 0.4
P-5 1/8-28
21.0 TDX210L042W25-2 ● 42 128 0.3
21.5 TDX215L043W25-2 ● 43 129.5 0.2
25 37 50
22.0 TDX220L044W25-2 ● 44 131 1.2
22.5 TDX225L045W25-2 ● 45 132.5 1.1
23.0 TDX230L046W25-2 ● 46 134 0.9
23.5 TDX235L047W25-2 ● 47 135.5 0.8 XPMT07H308R-DJ
24.0 TDX240L048W25-2 ● 48 137 0.7 XPMT07H308R-DS CSTB-2.5 T-8D
24.5 TDX245L049W25-2 ● 49 138.5 0.5 XPMT07H308R-DW
25.0 TDX250L050W25-2 ● 50 140 0.4
25.5 TDX255L051W25-2 ● 51 141.5 0.3
26.0 TDX260L052W25-2 ● 52 143 0.2
27.0 TDX270L054W32-2 ● 54 151 1.5
28.0 TDX280L056W32-2 ● 56 154 1.2
XPMT08T308R-DJ
29.0 TDX290L058W32-2 ● 58 157 1.0
32 40 55 XPMT08T308R-DS CSTB-3 T-9D
30.0 TDX300L060W32-2 ● 60 160 0.7
XPMT08T308R-DW
31.0 TDX310L062W32-2 ● 62 163 0.4
32.0 TDX320L064W32-2 ● 64 166 0.2
33.0 TDX330L066W40-2 ● 66 182 2.3
34.0 TDX340L068W40-2 ● 68 185 2.1
35.0 TDX350L070W40-2 ● 70 188 1.8
36.0 TDX360L072W40-2 ● 72 191 1.5 XPMT110412R-DJ
37.0 TDX370L074W40-2 ● 50 74 194 1.3 XPMT110412R-DS CSTB-4 T-15D
38.0 TDX380L076W40-2 ● 76 197 1.0 XPMT110412R-DW
39.0 TDX390L078W40-2 ● 78 200 0.7
40.0 TDX400L080W40-2 ● 80 203 0.5
41.0 TDX410L082W40-2 ● 82 206 0.2
42.0 TDX420L084W40-2 ● 84 209 3.1
43.0 TDX430L086W40-2 ● 86 212 2.9
40 65 P-6 PT1/4GN
44.0 TDX440L088W40-2 ● 88 215 2.6
45.0 TDX450L090W40-2 ● 90 218 2.3
46.0 TDX460L092W40-2 ● 92 221 2.1
47.0 TDX470L094W40-2 ● 94 224 1.8 XPMT150512R-DJ
48.0 TDX480L096W40-2 ● 55 96 227 1.5 XPMT150512R-DS CSTB-5 T-20D
49.0 TDX490L098W40-2 ● 98 230 1.3 XPMT150512R-DW
50.0 TDX500L100W40-2 ● 100 233 1.0
51.0 TDX510L102W40-2 ● 102 236 0.7
52.0 TDX520L104W40-2 ● 104 239 0.5
53.0 TDX530L106W40-2 ● 106 242 -
54.0 TDX540L108W40-2 ● 108 245 -

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L/D=2 (inch) L
R1
Max. drilling depth R2

φD1h6
φD2
φD
Unit: inch
Drill dia. Dimensions Insert clamping screw Torx driver Hex. wrench Oil-hole plug screw
Cat. No. Stock Applicable inserts
φD φD1 φD2 R1 R2 L
0.5000 TDXU0500L2 1.000 3.972
XPMT040104R-DJ
0.5310 TDXU0531L2 1.062 4.066 XPMT040104R-DS CSTB-2
XPMT040104R-DW
0.5625 TDXU0562L2 0.750 1.250 1.125 1.60 4.160 T-6D
XPMT050204R-DJ
0.6250 TDXU0625L2 1.250 4.347 XPMT050204R-DS CSTB-2L040
XPMT050204R-DW

0.6875 TDXU0687L2 1.375 4.934


XPMT06X308R-DJ
0.7500 TDXU0750L2 1.500 5.122 XPMT06X308R-DS CSTB-2.2R T-7D
XPMT06X308R-DW
0.8125 TDXU0812L2 1.625 5.309 P-5 1/8-28
1.000 1.457 2.28
0.8750 TDXU0875L2 1.750 5.497
XPMT07H308R-DJ
0.9375 TDXU0937L2 1.875 5.684 XPMT07H308R-DS CSTB-2.5 T-8D
XPMT07H308R-DW
1.0000 TDXU1000L2 2.000 5.872

1.0625 TDXU1062L2 2.125 6.058

1.1250 TDXU1125L2 2.250 6.246 XPMT08T308R-DJ


1.250 1.575 2.28 XPMT08T308R-DS CSTB-3 T-9D
1.1875 TDXU1187L2 2.375 6.433 XPMT08T308R-DW
1.2500 TDXU1250L2 2.500 6.621

1.3120 TDXU1312L2 2.624 7.334

1.3750 TDXU1375L2 2.750 7.521


XPMT110412R-DJ
1.4370 TDXU1437L2 1.969 2.874 7.709 XPMT110412R-DS CSTB-4 T-15D
XPMT110412R-DW
1.5000 TDXU1500L2 3.000 7.896

1.5620 TDXU1562L2 3.124 8.084

1.6250 TDXU1625L2 3.250 8.271


1.500 2.69 P-6 PT1/4GN
1.6870 TDXU1687L2 3.374 8.459

1.7500 TDXU1750L2 3.500 8.646


XPMT150512R-DJ
1.8120 TDXU1812L2 2.165 3.624 8.834 XPMT150512R-DS CSTB-5 T-20D
XPMT150512R-DW
1.8750 TDXU1875L2 3.750 9.021

1.9370 TDXU1937L2 3.874 9.209

2.0000 TDXU2000L2 4.000 9.396

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L/D=3 (metric) L
R1 R2
Max. drilling depth

φD1h6
φD2
φD
Unit: mm
Drill dia. Dimensions Max. Insert clamping screw Torx driver Hex. wrench Oil-hole plug screw
Cat. No. Stock Applicable inserts
φD φD1 φD2 R1 R2 L offset
12.5 TDX125L038W20 ● 37.5 102 0.8
13.0 TDX130L039W20 ● 39.0 104 0.7 XPMT040104R-DJ
13.5 TDX135L041W20 ● 40.5 106 0.5 XPMT040104R-DS CSTB-2
14.0 TDX140L042W20 ● 42.0 108 0.4 XPMT040104R-DW
14.5 TDX145L044W20 ● 43.5 110 0.3
20 32 40 T-6D
15.0 TDX150L045W20 ● 45.0 112 0.9
15.5 TDX155L047W20 ● 46.5 114 0.8 XPMT050204R-DJ
16.0 TDX160L048W20 ● 48.0 116 0.6 XPMT050204R-DS CSTB-2L040
16.5 TDX165L050W20 ● 49.5 118 0.5 XPMT050204R-DW
17.0 TDX170L051W20 ● 51.0 120 0.4
17.5 TDX175L053W25 ● 52.5 135 1.2
18.0 TDX180L054W25 ● 54.0 137 1.1
18.5 TDX185L056W25 ● 55.5 139 0.9
19.0 TDX190L057W25 ● 57.0 141 0.8 XPMT06X308R-DJ
19.5 TDX195L059W25 ● 58.5 143 0.7 XPMT06X308R-DS CSTB-2.2R T-7D
20.0 TDX200L060W25 ● 60.0 145 0.5 XPMT06X308R-DW
20.5 TDX205L062W25 ● 61.5 147 0.4
P-5 1/8-28
21.0 TDX210L063W25 ● 63.0 149 0.3
21.5 TDX215L065W25 ● 64.5 151 0.2
25 37 50
22.0 TDX220L066W25 ● 66.0 153 1.2
22.5 TDX225L068W25 ● 67.5 155 1.1
23.0 TDX230L069W25 ● 69.0 157 0.9
23.5 TDX235L071W25 ● 70.5 159 0.8 XPMT07H308R-DJ
24.0 TDX240L072W25 ● 72.0 161 0.7 XPMT07H308R-DS CSTB-2.5 T-8D
24.5 TDX245L074W25 ● 73.5 163 0.5 XPMT07H308R-DW
25.0 TDX250L075W25 ● 75.0 165 0.4
25.5 TDX255L077W25 ● 76.5 167 0.3
26.0 TDX260L078W25 ● 78.0 169 0.2
27.0 TDX270L081W32 ● 81.0 178 1.5
28.0 TDX280L084W32 ● 84.0 182 1.2
XPMT08T308R-DJ
29.0 TDX290L087W32 ● 87.0 186 1.0
32 40 55 XPMT08T308R-DS CSTB-3 T-9D
30.0 TDX300L090W32 ● 90.0 190 0.7
XPMT08T308R-DW
31.0 TDX310L093W32 ● 93.0 194 0.4
32.0 TDX320L096W32 ● 96.0 198 0.2
33.0 TDX330L099W40 ● 99.0 215 2.3
34.0 TDX340L102W40 ● 102 219 2.1
35.0 TDX350L105W40 ● 105 223 1.8
36.0 TDX360L108W40 ● 108 227 1.5 XPMT110412R-DJ
37.0 TDX370L111W40 ● 50 111 231 1.3 XPMT110412R-DS CSTB-4 T-15D
38.0 TDX380L114W40 ● 114 235 1.0 XPMT110412R-DW
39.0 TDX390L117W40 ● 117 239 0.7
40.0 TDX400L120W40 ● 120 243 0.5
41.0 TDX410L123W40 ● 123 247 0.2
42.0 TDX420L126W40 ● 126 251 3.1
43.0 TDX430L129W40 ● 129 255 2.9
40 65 P-6 PT1/4GN
44.0 TDX440L132W40 ● 132 259 2.6
45.0 TDX450L135W40 ● 135 263 2.3
46.0 TDX460L138W40 ● 138 267 2.1
47.0 TDX470L141W40 ● 141 271 1.8 XPMT150512R-DJ
48.0 TDX480L144W40 ● 55 144 275 1.5 XPMT150512R-DS CSTB-5 T-20D
49.0 TDX490L147W40 ● 147 279 1.3 XPMT150512R-DW
50.0 TDX500L150W40 ● 150 283 1.0
51.0 TDX510L153W40 ● 153 287 0.7
52.0 TDX520L156W40 ● 156 291 0.5
53.0 TDX530L159W40 ● 159 295 -
54.0 TDX540L162W40 ● 162 299 -

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L/D=3 (inch) L
R1 R2
Max. drilling depth

φD1h6
φD2
φD
Unit: inch
Drill dia. Dimensions Insert clamping screw Torx driver Hex. wrench Oil-hole plug screw
Cat. No. Stock Applicable inserts
φD φD1 φD2 R1 R2 L
0.5000 TDXU0500 1.500 4.472
XPMT040104R-DJ
0.5310 TDXU0531 1.593 4.598 XPMT040104R-DS CSTB-2
XPMT040104R-DW
0.5625 TDXU0562 0.750 1.250 1.687 1.60 4.723 T-6D
XPMT050204R-DJ
0.6250 TDXU0625 1.875 4.972 XPMT050204R-DS CSTB-2L040
XPMT050204R-DW

0.6875 TDXU0687 2.062 5.622


XPMT06X308R-DJ
0.7500 TDXU0750 2.250 5.872 XPMT06X308R-DS CSTB-2.2R T-7D
XPMT06X308R-DW
0.8125 TDXU0812 2.437 6.122 P-5 1/8-28
1.000 1.457 2.28
0.8750 TDXU0875 2.625 6.372
XPMT07H308R-DJ
0.9375 TDXU0937 2.812 6.622 XPMT07H308R-DS CSTB-2.5 T-8D
XPMT07H308R-DW
1.0000 TDXU1000 3.000 6.872

1.0625 TDXU1062 3.187 7.121

1.1250 TDXU1125 3.375 7.371 XPMT08T308R-DJ


1.250 1.575 2.28 XPMT08T308R-DS CSTB-3 T-9D
1.1875 TDXU1187 3.562 7.621 XPMT08T308R-DW
1.2500 TDXU1250 3.750 7.871

1.3120 TDXU1312 3.936 8.646

1.3750 TDXU1375 4.125 8.896


XPMT110412R-DJ
1.4370 TDXU1437 1.969 4.311 9.146 XPMT110412R-DS CSTB-4 T-15D
XPMT110412R-DW
1.5000 TDXU1500 4.500 9.396

1.5620 TDXU1562 4.686 9.646

1.6250 TDXU1625 4.875 9.896


1.500 2.69 P-6 PT1/4GN
1.6870 TDXU1687 5.061 10.146

1.7500 TDXU1750 5.250 10.396


XPMT150512R-DJ
1.8120 TDXU1812 2.165 5.436 10.646 XPMT150512R-DS CSTB-5 T-20D
XPMT150512R-DW
1.8750 TDXU1875 5.625 10.896

1.9370 TDXU1937 5.811 11.146

2.0000 TDXU2000 6.000 11.396

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L/D=4 (metric) L
R1 R2
Max. drilling depth

φD1h6
φD2
φD
Unit: mm
Drill dia. Dimensions Max. Insert clamping screw Torx driver Hex. wrench Oil-hole plug screw
Cat. No. Stock Applicable inserts
φD φD1 φD2 R1 R2 L offset
12.5 TDX125L050W20-4 ● 50 113 0.8
13.0 TDX130L052W20-4 ● 52 115 0.7 XPMT040104R-DJ
13.5 TDX135L054W20-4 ● 54 118 0.5 XPMT040104R-DS CSTB-2
14.0 TDX140L056W20-4 ● 56 120 0.4 XPMT040104R-DW
14.5 TDX145L058W20-4 ● 58 122 0.3
20 32 40 T-6D
15.0 TDX150L060W20-4 ● 60 125 0.9
15.5 TDX155L062W20-4 ● 62 127 0.8 XPMT050204R-DJ
16.0 TDX160L064W20-4 ● 64 129 0.6 XPMT050204R-DS CSTB-2L040
16.5 TDX165L066W20-4 ● 66 132 0.5 XPMT050204R-DW
17.0 TDX170L068W20-4 ● 68 134 0.4
17.5 TDX175L070W25-4 ● 70 148 1.2
18.0 TDX180L072W25-4 ● 72 150 1.1
18.5 TDX185L074W25-4 ● 74 152 0.9
19.0 TDX190L076W25-4 ● 76 154 0.8 XPMT06X308R-DJ
19.5 TDX195L078W25-4 ● 78 157 0.7 XPMT06X308R-DS CSTB-2.2R T-7D
20.0 TDX200L080W25-4 ● 80 160 0.5 XPMT06X308R-DW
20.5 TDX205L082W25-4 ● 82 162 0.4
21.0 TDX210L084W25-4 ● 84 164 0.3
21.5 TDX215L086W25-4 ● 86 166 0.2
25 37 50
22.0 TDX220L088W25-4 ● 88 169 1.2
22.5 TDX225L090W25-4 ● 90 171 1.1
23.0 TDX230L092W25-4 ● 92 173 0.9
23.5 TDX235L094W25-4 ● 94 175 0.8 XPMT07H308R-DJ
24.0 TDX240L096W25-4 ● 96 178 0.7 XPMT07H308R-DS CSTB-2.5 T-8D
24.5 TDX245L098W25-4 ● 98 181 0.5 XPMT07H308R-DW
25.0 TDX250L100W25-4 ● 100 183 0.4
25.5 TDX255L102W25-4 ● 102 185 0.3
26.0 TDX260L104W25-4 ● 104 187 0.2
ー ー
27.0 TDX270L108W32-4 ● 108 198 1.5
28.0 TDX280L112W32-4 ● 112 203 1.2
XPMT08T308R-DJ
29.0 TDX290L116W32-4 ● 116 208 1.0
32 40 55 XPMT08T308R-DS CSTB-3 T-9D
30.0 TDX300L120W32-4 ● 120 213 0.7
XPMT08T308R-DW
31.0 TDX310L124W32-4 ● 124 217 0.4
32.0 TDX320L128W32-4 ● 128 222 0.2
33.0 TDX330L132W40-4 ● 132 238 2.3
34.0 TDX340L136W40-4 ● 136 243 2.1
35.0 TDX350L140W40-4 ● 140 248 1.8
36.0 TDX360L144W40-4 ● 144 252 1.5 XPMT110412R-DJ
37.0 TDX370L148W40-4 ● 50 148 258 1.3 XPMT110412R-DS CSTB-4 T-15D
38.0 TDX380L152W40-4 ● 152 262 1.0 XPMT110412R-DW
39.0 TDX390L156W40-4 ● 156 267 0.7
40.0 TDX400L160W40-4 ● 160 272 0.5
41.0 TDX410L164W40-4 ● 164 277 0.2
42.0 TDX420L168W40-4 ● 168 282 3.1
43.0 TDX430L172W40-4 ● 172 287 2.9
40 65
44.0 TDX440L176W40-4 ● 176 292 2.6
45.0 TDX450L180W40-4 ● 180 296 2.3
46.0 TDX460L184W40-4 ● 184 302 2.1
47.0 TDX470L188W40-4 ● 188 306 1.8 XPMT150512R-DJ
48.0 TDX480L192W40-4 ● 55 192 311 1.5 XPMT150512R-DS CSTB-5 T-20D
49.0 TDX490L196W40-4 ● 196 316 1.3 XPMT150512R-DW
50.0 TDX500L200W40-4 ● 200 320 1.0
51.0 TDX510L204W40-4 ● 204 325 0.7
52.0 TDX520L208W40-4 ● 208 330 0.5
53.0 TDX530L212W40-4 ● 212 335 -
54.0 TDX540L216W40-4 ● 216 339 -

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L/D=5 (metric) L
R1 R2
Max. drilling depth

φD1h6
φD2
φD
Unit: mm
Drill dia. Dimensions Max. Insert clamping screw Torx driver Hex. wrench Oil-hole plug screw
Cat. No. Stock Applicable inserts
φD φD1 φD2 R1 R2 L offset
12.5 TDX125L063W20-5 ● 62.5 125 0.8
13.0 TDX130L065W20-5 ● 65.0 128 0.7 XPMT040104R-DJ
13.5 TDX135L068W20-5 ● 67.5 131 0.5 XPMT040104R-DS CSTB-2
14.0 TDX140L070W20-5 ● 70.0 134 0.4 XPMT040104R-DW
14.5 TDX145L073W20-5 ● 72.5 137 0.3
20 32 40 T-6D
15.0 TDX150L075W20-5 ● 75.0 140 0.9
15.5 TDX155L078W20-5 ● 77.5 143 0.8 XPMT050204R-DJ
16.0 TDX160L080W20-5 ● 80.0 145 0.6 XPMT050204R-DS CSTB-2L040
16.5 TDX165L083W20-5 ● 82.5 149 0.5 XPMT050204R-DW
17.0 TDX170L085W20-5 ● 85.0 151 0.4
17.5 TDX175L088W25-5 ● 87.5 165 1.2
18.0 TDX180L090W25-5 ● 90.0 168 1.1
18.5 TDX185L093W25-5 ● 92.5 171 0.9
19.0 TDX190L095W25-5 ● 95.0 173 0.8 XPMT06X308R-DJ
19.5 TDX195L098W25-5 ● 97.5 176 0.7 XPMT06X308R-DS CSTB-2.2R T-7D
20.0 TDX200L100W25-5 ● 100 180 0.5 XPMT06X308R-DW
20.5 TDX205L103W25-5 ● 102.5 182 0.4
21.0 TDX210L105W25-5 ● 105.0 185 0.3
21.5 TDX215L108W25-5 ● 107.5 188 0.2
25 37 50
22.0 TDX220L110W25-5 ● 110.0 191 1.2
22.5 TDX225L113W25-5 ● 112.5 193 1.1
23.0 TDX230L115W25-5 ● 115.0 196 0.9
23.5 TDX235L118W25-5 ● 117.5 199 0.8 XPMT07H308R-DJ
24.0 TDX240L120W25-5 ● 120.0 202 0.7 XPMT07H308R-DS CSTB-2.5 T-8D
24.5 TDX245L123W25-5 ● 122.5 205 0.5 XPMT07H308R-DW
25.0 TDX250L125W25-5 ● 125.0 208 0.4
25.5 TDX255L128W25-5 ● 127.5 211 0.3
26.0 TDX260L130W25-5 ● 130.0 213 0.2
ー ー
27.0 TDX270L135W32-5 ● 135.0 225 1.5
28.0 TDX280L140W32-5 ● 140.0 231 1.2
XPMT08T308R-DJ
29.0 TDX290L145W32-5 ● 145.0 237 1.0
32 40 55 XPMT08T308R-DS CSTB-3 T-9D
30.0 TDX300L150W32-5 ● 150.0 243 0.7
XPMT08T308R-DW
31.0 TDX310L155W32-5 ● 155.0 248 0.4
32.0 TDX320L160W32-5 ● 160.0 254 0.2
33.0 TDX330L165W40-5 ● 165.0 271 2.3
34.0 TDX340L170W40-5 ● 170.0 277 2.1
35.0 TDX350L175W40-5 ● 175.0 283 1.8
36.0 TDX360L180W40-5 ● 180.0 288 1.5 XPMT110412R-DJ
37.0 TDX370L185W40-5 ● 50 185.0 295 1.3 XPMT110412R-DS CSTB-4 T-15D
38.0 TDX380L190W40-5 ● 190.0 300 1.0 XPMT110412R-DW
39.0 TDX390L195W40-5 ● 195.0 306 0.7
40.0 TDX400L200W40-5 ● 200.0 312 0.5
41.0 TDX410L205W40-5 ● 205.0 318 0.2
42.0 TDX420L210W40-5 ● 210.0 324 3.1
43.0 TDX430L215W40-5 ● 215.0 330 2.9
40 65
44.0 TDX440L220W40-5 ● 220.0 336 2.6
45.0 TDX450L225W40-5 ● 225.0 341 2.3
46.0 TDX460L230W40-5 ● 230.0 348 2.1
47.0 TDX470L235W40-5 ● 235.0 353 1.8 XPMT150512R-DJ
48.0 TDX480L240W40-5 ● 55 240.0 359 1.5 XPMT150512R-DS CSTB-5 T-20D
49.0 TDX490L245W40-5 ● 245.0 365 1.3 XPMT150512R-DW
50.0 TDX500L250W40-5 ● 250.0 370 1.0
51.0 TDX510L255W40-5 ● 255.0 376 0.7
52.0 TDX520L260W40-5 ● 260.0 382 0.5
53.0 TDX530L265W40-5 ● 265.0 388 -
54.0 TDX540L270W40-5 ● 270.0 393 -

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Test report format

Tungaloy Corporation REPORT#: DATE

SALES ENGINEER
CUSTOMER
PART DESCRIPTION
TEL/FAX WORK MATERIAL
CONTACT MATERIAL HARDNESS

TYPE OF MACHINING OPERATION (SKETCH)

OPERATION
MACHINE
TOOL & TYPE
RIGIDITY HIGH MED LOW

TYPE OF WATER SOLUBLE OIL


COOLANT AIR DRY

COOLANT
PRESSURE
COOLANT
METHOD

TEST DATA CURRENT 1 2 3 4


REQUIRED

TOOL DESCRIPTION
TOOLING

HOLDER/BODY TYPE
INSERT
INSERT GRADE

WORKPIECE/TOOL DIA. ( )
PARAMETERS

CUTTING SPEED ( )
CUTTING

FEED RATE ( )
DEPTH OF CUT ( )
H.P. REQUIRED ( )

CUTTING TIME/LENGTH PER PIECE


PIECES PER EDGE
PERFORMANCE

TOOL LIFE (MINS/INCHES PER EDGE)


TOOL

EDGES USED PER INSERT


PIECES PER INSERT
SURFACE FINISH ( )
REASON FOR INDEXING

INSERT COST
EVALUATION

INSERT COST PER PIECE


COST

HOURLY MACHINE DEPT. COST


MACHINING COST PER PIECE
TOTAL COST PER MACHINED EDGE

COMMENTS:

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Specifications of inserts
Stocked grades Dimensions (mm)
DJ chipbreaker Insert Cat. No. Applicable drill
AH740 GH730 T1015 T313W A B T ød R diameters
R XPMT040104R-DJ ● ● ● 4.3 4.5 1.59 2.3 φ 12.5 ∼φ 14.5
11° 0.4
XPMT050204R-DJ ● ● ● 5.2 5.4 2.38 2.3 φ 15.0 ∼φ 17.0
φd XPMT06X308R-DJ ● ● ● ● 6.0 7.0 3.00 2.5 φ 17.5 ∼φ 21.5
B

XPMT07H308R-DJ ● ● ● ● 7.0 8.2 3.60 2.8 0.8 φ 22.0 ∼φ 26.0


XPMT08T308R-DJ ● ● ● ● 8.5 9.9 3.97 3.4 φ 26.5 ∼φ 32.0
A T
XPMT110412R-DJ ● ● ● 11.2 12.5 4.76 4.4 φ 33.0 ∼φ 41.0
1.2
XPMT150512R-DJ ● ● ● 15.0 16.1 5.56 5.5 φ 42.0 ∼φ 54.0

Stocked grades Dimensions (mm)


DS chipbreaker Insert Cat. No. Applicable drill
AH120 GH730 A B T ød R diameters
R XPMT040104R-DS ● ● 4.3 4.5 1.59 2.3 φ 12.5 ∼φ 14.5
11°
0.4
XPMT050204R-DS ● ● 5.2 5.4 2.38 2.3 φ 15.0 ∼φ 17.0
φd XPMT06X308R-DS ● ● 6.0 7.0 3.00 2.5 φ 17.5 ∼φ 21.5
B

XPMT07H308R-DS ● ● 7.0 8.2 3.60 2.8 0.8 φ 22.0 ∼φ 26.0


XPMT08T308R-DS ● ● 8.5 9.9 3.97 3.4 φ 26.5 ∼φ 32.0
A T
XPMT110412R-DS ● ● 11.2 12.5 4.76 4.4 φ 33.0 ∼φ 41.0
1.2
XPMT150512R-DS ● ● 15.0 16.1 5.56 5.5 φ 42.0 ∼φ 54.0

Stocked grades Dimensions (mm)


DW chipbreaker Insert Cat. No. Applicable drill
AH120 AH740 GH730 A B T ød R diameters
R
XPMT040104R-DW ● ● ● 4.3 4.5 1.59 2.3 φ 12.5 ∼φ 14.5
11° 0.4
XPMT050204R-DW ● ● ● 5.2 5.4 2.38 2.3 φ 15.0 ∼φ 17.0
φd XPMT06X308R-DW ● ● ● 6.0 7.0 3.00 2.5 φ 17.5 ∼φ 21.5
B

XPMT07H308R-DW ● ● ● 7.0 8.2 3.60 2.8 0.8 φ 22.0 ∼φ 26.0


XPMT08T308R-DW ● ● ● 8.5 9.9 3.97 3.4 φ 26.5 ∼φ 32.0
A T
XPMT110412R-DW ● ● ● 11.2 12.5 4.76 4.4 φ 33.0 ∼φ 41.0
1.2
XPMT150512R-DW ● ● ● 15.0 16.1 5.56 5.5 φ 42.0 ∼φ 54.0

“EZ sleeve” for TDX-type TAC drills


Use EZ sleeves for the following purposes

Adjusting finishing diameter in Adjusting cutting edge height


milling on lathe

Adjusting of the finishing diameter in tool-rotating Adjusting of the cutting edge height in work-rotat-
applications such as on machining centers and mill- ing applications such as on lathes.
ing machines.

By using EZ sleeve, the finishing diameter can be By using EZ sleeve, the cutting edge
adjusted in the range from +0.6 mm to -0.2 mm. height can be adjusted in the range
from +0.3 mm to -0.2 mm. It results in
eliminating troubles caused by im-
proper cutting-edge height.

Scale for adjusting finishing diameter Scale for adjusting cutting edge height in
in milling (Periphery of sleeve) turning (Front face of sleeve)

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Setting of EZ sleeve

Adjusting finishing diameter Adjusting cutting edge


in milling height on lathe

As shown in the Figure below, set the EZ sleeve be- As shown in the Figure below, set the EZ sleeve be-
tween the drill shank and the toolholder. tween the drill shank and the toolblock.

Flat
Fixing bolt “A”
Flat
Fixing bolt “B”

EZ sleeve
Flange EZ sleeve
Flange
Align the scale graduated on the periphery of the EZ Align the scale graduated on the front face of the EZ
sleeve with the center of the flat of the drill flange. sleeve with the center of the flat of the drill flange.
In the Figure shown below, the sleeve is set so that In the Figure shown below, the sleeve is set so that
the finishing diameter will be increases by 0.4 mm. the center of the drill will shift by 0.1 mm to the plus
(+) direction.

X - ac
Fixing bolt “A” (+)

m
a x hin
is e
of
+0.4 +0.2

Fixing bolt “B” (−)

When aligning the scales, insert the attached wrench into the hole on the periphery of the sleeve and rotate the sleeve.
After aligning the scales, secure the fixing bolt “A” positioned closer to the drill. Then, lightly secure the fixing bolt “B”
to prevent the sleeve from rotating.

Specifications

Sleeve Adjusting range of Adjusting range of


φD1 φD2 φD3 L1 L3 L4 finishing diameter cutting edgeh
L1 Cat. No. eight
L3
L4
EZ2025L43 20 25 46 43 30 4 +0.4 ∼− 0.2 +0.2 ∼− 0.15

EZ2532L48 25 32 51 48 40 4 +0.4 ∼− 0.2 +0.2 ∼− 0.15


φD1
φD2
φD3

EZ3240L53 32 40 54 53 45 4 +0.4 ∼− 0.2 +0.2 ∼− 0.15


L2

EZ4050L63 40 50 69 63 55 4 +0.6 ∼− 0.2 +0.3 ∼− 0.2

Note: Select the sleeve so that the D1 of the sleeve will be same as the diameter of the drill shank.

Cautious points
• The scale should be used only as a guide. Measuring and checking of the real finishing diameter is essential. Especially
when using for adjusting the cutting edge height on a lathe, the finishing diameter also varies with the adjusting. Check the
diameter by try cutting.
• When using the sleeve in milling, use a side-lock-type toolholder. Collet type toolholders and milling chucks should not be
used for this purpose.
• When heavy vibration develops during machining such as in combining with a long drill exceeding L/D=4 or requiring large
amount of adjusting, reduce the feed rate.
• If the finishing hole diameter is excessively adjusted to the minus (—) direction, the drill body may interfere with the hole to
be drilled. Adjusting to the minus direction should be carried out, only when the finishing diameter is larger than the nominal
drill diameter, as a means of fine adjustment.

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Subsidiaries & Affiliates
Head Office
Solid Square 580 Horikawa-Cho, Saiwai-Ku, Kawasaki, 212-8503 Japan
Phone: +81-44-548-9500 Facsimile: +81-44-548-9540
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Kokusai Shin-Kawasaki Bldg., 2-1-5 Kitakase, Saiwai-Ku,
Kawasaki, 212-0057 Japan
Phone: +81-44-587-2562 Facsimile: +81-44-587-2580
Tungaloy America, Inc.
1226A Michael Drive, Suite A, Wood Dale, IL 60191, U.S.A.
Phone: +1-630-227-3700 Facsimile: +1-630-227-0690
Sales of machining tools
Tungaloy Europe GmbH
Elisabeth-Selbert-Strasse 3, 40764 Langenfeld, Germany
Phone: +49-2173-90420-0 Facsimile: +49-2173-90420-18
Sales of machining tools
Tungaloy France S.a.r.l.
6 Avenue des Andes, 91952 Courtaboeuf Cedex, France
Phone: +33-1-64864300 Facsimile: +33-1-69077817
Sales of machining tools
Tungaloy Italia S.p.A
Via E. Andolfato 10, 20126 Milano, Italy
Phone: +39-02-252012-1 Facsimile: +39-02-252012-65
Sales of machining tools
Tungaloy Cutting Tool (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
United Plaza 1505, 1468 Nan Jing Road West, Shanghai 200040, China
Phone: +86-21-6247-0512 Facsimile: +86-21-6289-1302
Sales of machining tools
Thai Tungaloy Cutting Tool Co., Ltd.
11th Floor, Sorachai Bldg. 23/7, Soi Sukhumvit 63,
Klongtonnue, Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Phone: +66-2-714-3130 Facsimile: +66-2-714-3134
Sales of machining tools
Tungaloy Singapore(Pte.), Ltd
50 Kallang Avenue #06-03, Noel Corporate Building, Singapore 339505
Phone: +65-6391-1833 Facsimile: +65-6299-4557
Sales of machining tools
Tungaloy Australia Pty. Ltd.
Suite 3, Compark Circuit, Mulgrave Vic. 3170, Melbourne, Australia
Phone: +61-3-9560-5088 Facsimile: +61-3-9560-5077
Sales of machining tools

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