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The CarbideMax™ 110 Series will broach up to 110mm thickness of metal. With the requirement for ultra large diameter broaching fast increasing, HMT have launched the CarbideMax-XL™ range of Tungsten Carbide Tipped cutters from 65 right up to 100mm diameter with 110mm cutting depth. These high quality TCT cutters have a reinforced 32mm diameter shank to withstand the high levels of torque generated.
CarbideMax TCT Broach cutters by Holemaker Technology are a new generation of broach cutter proven to more than halve the cost of hole broaching compared with traditional HSS cutters.
CarbideMax TCT cutters also offer a life expectancy up to 10x that of standard HSS cutters and cutting speeds up to 64% faster thanks to their individually brazed Tungsten Carbide cutting teeth and elaborate tool geometry.
This specialist construction also results in quieter, easier drilling, with smooth, accurate holes and chatter free performance throughout the cut.
The CarbideMax range - stronger and faster for longer, the ultimate value for money.
|Tungsten Carbide is one of the hardest materials available for use in cutting tools. The HMT CarbideMax range uses Premium Grade Sandvik Tungsten Carbide teeth meaning that cutters are capable of drilling through the toughest steels whilst maintaining their strength & cutting surface for up to 10x longer than traditional HSS cutters. The elaborate geometry of CarbideMax broach cutters means the teeth of the cutter do all the work. This reduces strain on the tool body and means that a strong but thin flexible alloy can be used for its construction. Thinner walls means CarbideMax tools need to remove less material from the work piece resulting in a faster cut and quieter, easier drilling. With lifespans up to 10x greater than standard HSS cutters and speeds up to 64% faster, HMT CarbideMax broach cutters will cut more holes, more quickly, for longer. Over the lifetime of the tool this means incredible value for money, greater job site efficiencies and fewer stops as fewer tools are reordered and replaced.|