OUR PRODUCTS HSS - High Speed Steel
High Speed Steel is the most economical material to use that can be manufactured into any type of tool needed. High Speed Steel works well on all materials and can be coated to provide even better performance.
HSS - High Speed Steel ALL PRODUCTS
High-speed steel (HSS) is a form of tool steel. HSS bits are hard and much more resistant to heat than high-carbon steel. They can be used to drill metal and many other materials at greater cutting speeds than carbon-steel bits and have largely replaced carbon steels.
The center drill family is with high sharpness and outstanding durability. Center drills never stop evolving. In addition to improving run out accuracy, the use of cobalt HSS and an optimized tool shape delivers excellent sharpness and helps to prevent breakages.
A Subland Drill is basically two drills of different diameters combined into one tool, retaining the individual characteristics and proper geometry for each diameter. The independent flutes and margins of a Subland Drill ensure that size and concentricity between diameters is maintained throughout the life of the tool and is not affected by re-sharpening the point or step angles.
The Subland Drill eliminates secondary operations by drilling multi-diameter holes in one production pass. On certain applications particularly holes in steel or cast iron, the Subland Drill provides superior tool life compared to that of a basic step drill. When drill bushings are used "Double Margins" can be supplied for greater stability. The additional margins will give maximum support and guidance to provide more accurate size and hole location.
Subland Drills are not practical when the small diameter is less than 50% of the large diameter. Depth of the hole should not exceed 4 times the small diameter, but greater hole depth can be achieved by withdrawing the tool or "pecking" to clear chips.
Being one of the reputed organizations in the market, we are engaged in manufacturing an exclusive range of HSS Reamers. These reamers are extensively used in cutting, drilling purposes and to create a accurate surface finish. These are coated with approved polishing material that increases the resistivity against oxidation. We are offering these hand reamers at most nominal prices.
We offer the best range of conventional high speed steels in order to guarantee customers the best solutions for their requirements.
The HSS end mills should be used when machines or work piece clamping configuration is not rigid, where cutting speed is low, or for very tough and interrupted cutting conditions.
We manufacture various end mill configurations including finishers, rougher's, ball nose, dovetail, chamfering, T-slot, counter bores, corner rounding tools and woodruff cutter.
With thorough knowledge of the industry, we are engaged in manufacturing woodruff cutters. These cutters are designed and manufactured by the professionals using quality raw material, which we procure from esteemed vendors of the market. Before the final dispatch, a group of quality controllers rigorously inspects the functionality of these cutters on varied industry laid grounds.
A dovetail cutter is an end mill whose form leaves behind a dovetail slot, such as often forms the ways of a machine tool.
As the number of cutting edges increases, your feed rate should increase to prevent burning and premature tool dulling. More flutes reduce chip load and improves surface finish if feed rate remains the same. The most common flute numbers for general milling operations are two (better space for chip ejection) and four (better surface finish).
For machining outside diameters such as studs and recesses in castings.
Threaded shank adapter drills are made from cobalt high speed steel and specifications with 135-degree heavy-duty split points and surface treated for drilling hard, tough, high-tensile-strength materials. When drilling low-tensile-strength materials, the type "D" cobalt aircraft drill will have a significantly greater tool life than the NAS 965 type "B" high-speed steel adapter drill, resulting in a much lower cost per drill
The side-and-face cutter is designed with cutting teeth on its side as well as its circumference. They are made in varying diameters and widths depending on the application. The teeth on the side allow the cutter to make unbalanced cuts (cutting on one side only) without deflecting the cutter as would happen with a slitting saw or slot cutter (no side teeth).
A face mill is a cutter designed for facing as opposed to e.g. creating a pocket (end mills). The cutting edges of face mills are always located along its sides. As such it must always cut in a horizontal direction at a given depth coming from outside the stock. Multiple teeth distribute the chip load, and since the teeth are normally disposable carbide inserts, this combination allows for very large and efficient face milling.