Machining tool

Machining tool

 
Twist drill with straight shank
Twist drill with straight shank
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Shank finishing cutter, long
Shank finishing cutter, long
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Solid carbide twist drill
Solid carbide twist drill
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Shank slot cutter, long 2 Z
Shank slot cutter, long 2 Z
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Shank slot cutter, short 2 Z
Shank slot cutter, short 2 Z
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Solid carbide shank slot cutter, short 2 Z
Solid carbide shank slot cutter, short 2 Z
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End radial milling cutter
End radial milling cutter
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Twist drill short with straight shank
Twist drill short with straight shank
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Solid carbide burr, cylindrical shape
Solid carbide burr, cylindrical shape
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Twist drill with Morse taper
Twist drill with Morse taper
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Solid carbide shank slot cutter, short 3 Z
Solid carbide shank slot cutter, short 3 Z
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Long slot end mill 3 Z
Long slot end mill 3 Z
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shaft roughing\finishing cutter short
shaft roughing\finishing cutter short
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Twist drill overlong M with straight shank
Twist drill overlong M with straight shank
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Solid carbide shank finishing cutter, short 3 Z
Solid carbide shank finishing cutter, short 3 Z
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End mills
End mills
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Twist drill overlong L with Morse taper
Twist drill overlong L with Morse taper
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Shell end finishing cutter
Shell end finishing cutter
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Shank finishing cutter, short
Shank finishing cutter, short
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Shank roughing cutter, short
Shank roughing cutter, short
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Twist drill overlong XL with straight shank
Twist drill overlong XL with straight shank
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Disc milling cutter fine-toothed
Disc milling cutter fine-toothed
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Solid carbide shank roughing cutter short
Solid carbide shank roughing cutter short
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Shank finishing cutter extra short
Shank finishing cutter extra short
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Shank angle end mill inside
Shank angle end mill inside
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Solid carbide shank slot cutter, long 4 Z
Solid carbide shank slot cutter, long 4 Z
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Twist drill overlong L with straight shank
Twist drill overlong L with straight shank
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Shank T-slot milling cutter
Shank T-slot milling cutter
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Twist drill, long with straight shank
Twist drill, long with straight shank
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Solid carbide burr cylindrical shape
Solid carbide burr cylindrical shape
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Twist drill overlong M with Morse taper
Twist drill overlong M with Morse taper
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Twist drill overlong XL with Morse taper
Twist drill overlong XL with Morse taper
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Solid carbide burr, round arch shape
Solid carbide burr, round arch shape
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Thread turning set for professionals
Thread turning set for professionals
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Shank angle milling cutter outside
Shank angle milling cutter outside
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shaft roughing\finishing cutter long
shaft roughing\finishing cutter long
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Carbide inserts
Carbide inserts
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Shank roughing cutter, long
Shank roughing cutter, long
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Shell end roughing mill
Shell end roughing mill
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Shank roughing cutter, extra short
Shank roughing cutter, extra short
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Short shank slot cutter 3 Z
Short shank slot cutter 3 Z
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Shank slitting cutter
Shank slitting cutter
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Shank die cutter, short
Shank die cutter, short
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Solid carbide burr, ogival shape
Solid carbide burr, ogival shape
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Turning tool sets, insert sets and carbide inserts
Turning tool sets, insert sets and carbide inserts
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Solid carbide shank finishing mill, short 2 Z
Solid carbide shank finishing mill, short 2 Z
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NC tapping drill
NC tapping drill
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The ELMAG machining tool enables perfect processing of your surface


Machining tools are mainly used in industry. ELMAG professional tools are highly valued both for work in larger companies and private use. Machining is a process in which various tools such as drills, milling cutters, twist drills etc. are used to give workpieces a specific shape. In our online shop you will find a large selection of machining tools for cutting, milling and drilling various materials. Components are processed with machining tools to structure the surface and shape surfaces and corners.


You can process the following materials with ELMAG machining tools:



  • various types of steel

  • non-ferrous metal

  • Aluminium

  • cast iron

  • Plastic


Order professional accessories in the ELMAG online shop


Here you will find more products and helpful tools for working on your workpieces.


Twist drills at a glance


Drill type


The type specification helps to select twist drills. It is listed on the product pages.




















Type N

Type Ti

Powerful all-round normal twist drill type High-performance titanium twist drill type

Features:



  • for materials up to 900 N/mm2 strength

  • for steel, light metal, plastic



Features:



  • for materials up to 1200 N/mm2 strength

  • for high-strength alloy steel and cast steel, stainless and acid-resistant steel and titanium alloys

  • high resistance to breakage due to reinforced drill core



Drill material


The most important criterion for high performance and long life of the twist drill.

















High-speed steel

High-speed steel with 5% cobalt

High-speed steel with 8% cobalt


Features:



  • for standard applications, medium power

  • for single drilling and small series

  • most used



Features:



  • for trades and commercial use

  • for small and medium series

  • average life (number of holes)

  • used very often



Features:



  • for commercial and industrial use

  • for medium to large series

  • long life (number of holes)

  • for materials that are difficult to process

  • used very often



Twist angle


The twist angle (rake angle) plays an important part, especially in chip removal

















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Features:



  • for hard, tough, brittle, short-chipping materials

  • high resistance of the cutting edge

  • higher cutting force required

  • ideal for small bore diameters



Features:



  • standard twist angle for normal-chipping materials

  • average resistance of the cutting edge

  • average cutting force required

  • most used



Features:



  • for soft, tough, long-chipping materials

  • reduced resistance of the cutting edge

  • lower cutting force required



Point angle


The right point angle helps to break away chips.
















Standard point angle 118°

Point angle 128°

Point angle 140°


Features:



  • For normal-strength materials

  • for steel and cast steel up to 900 N/mm2 strength, cast iron, malleable cast iron, brass, nickel

  • most used



Features:



  • for hard, tough, brittle, short-chipping materials

  • for steel and cast steel over 900 N/mm2 strength

  • good guidance in deep hole drilling



Features:



  • for carbide drills for very hard and tough materials

  • for hardened steel, stainless steel, manganese steel, chilled cast iron



Point ground to DIN 1412


The correct grinding shape of the drill bit improves centring and chip separation.

















Point angle normal

Pointed cross-cutting edge A

Cross-angle C


Features:



  • for steel, light metal, plastic

  • Long cross-cutting edge, high feed force

  • Shock-resistant



Features:



  • Drill with reinforced core

  • for all standard drilling jobs

  • good centring when drilling

  • Drilling into solid material

  • Short cross-cutting edge, low feed force



Features:



  • Drill with a strong core

  • for hard materials, castings, forged parts

  • for deep hole drilling

  • good centring

  • Drilling into solid material

  • short cross-cutting edges, low feed force

  • Chip separation, good chip removal

  • Shock-resistant



Cutting speed - it's worth it


Extra costs for high-performance drills are quickly offset by their high drilling performance. On automatic machine tools, PVD-coated carbide drills have largely taken over from normal high-speed steel drills because of cutting speeds that are three to five times higher.



Thomas Kubinger
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Thomas Kubinger