GARANT HiPer drill - The first series tool produced by additive manufacturing in the diameter range 9 – 12.99 mm.
Progress by use of state-of-the-art technology:
Using additive manufacturing, tools can - to a large extent - be designed freely. Additive manufacturing refers to a process by which digital 3D design data is used to build up a component in layers by depositing material, which is then fused by a strong laser beam. With the GARANT HiPer drill, additive manufactuing is finding its way into series production.
Better overall structure:
The cooling channels are put towards the outer edge of the drill and can be adapted to the helix angle according to the ⌀. This assures a more stable toolholder core and optimised flutes for improved chip clearance.
The cooling channels in the ⌀ range 9 to 12.99 mm can be manufactured with triangular channels for optimum flow of coolant. Twice the amount of coolant can be delivered due to the larger cross section and the improved flow dynamics.
Optimum torsional properties:
Due to their uniform microstructure, drills manufactured by the additive process have improved tensile strength and a significantly improved yield point, thus giving optimised torsional properties.
All this enables a marked increase in stability, cutting data, chip removal, and tool life – thus increasing your productivity.