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  • FE110

    HSS twist drills DIN338 roll forged. 1.0-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm. Packed in display wallet

    FE100R

    HSS twist drills DIN338 roll forged. 10.5-20.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm. Reduced shank

    FE109

    HSS twist drills DIN338 fully ground. 1.0-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm. Packed in display wallet

    FE105R

    HSS twist drills DIN338 fully ground. 10.5-25.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm. Reduced shank

    FE105H

    HSS twist drills DIN338 fully ground. 3.0-10.0 mm. ¼” Hex shank

    FE111

    HSS twist drills DIN338 fully ground. 1.0-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm. Titanium coated

    FE112

    HSS-E twist drills DIN338 fully ground. 1.0-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm. Packed in display wallet

    FE106R

    HSS-E twist drills DIN338 fully ground. 11.0-20.0 mm ascending by 1.0 mm. Reduced shank

    FE113

    HSS short twist drills DIN1897 fully ground. 1.0-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm.

    FE114

    HSS-E short twist drills DIN1897 fully ground. 2.0-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm.

    FE115

    HSS long twist drills DIN340 roll forged. 1.0-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm.

    FE116

    HSS long short twist drills DIN340 fully ground. 1.0-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm.

    FE117

    HSS extra-long short twist drills DIN1869 fully ground. 2.0-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm.

    FE118    

    HSS extra-long twist drills DIN1869 fully ground. 3.0-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm.

    FE119

    HSS extra-long twist drills DIN338 fully ground. 3.5-13.0 mm ascending by 0.5 mm.

  • Chipbreaker drill in action

    Standard drill in action
    This outstanding development increases drill-cutting efficiency by
    means of greatly improved chip control. A chipbreaker rib is positioned
    along the length of the flutes. It curls and breaks long, chip-forming
    material into small, manageable chips for easier evacuation. This
    prevents chips from clogging the flutes, as the smaller chips flow
    freely along the flutes. The Chipbreaker drill thus cuts more freely than
    standard drills.

  • Chipbreaker Drills

    Chipbreaker Coolant-Fed Drills
    The benefits of providing coolant internally, directly to the drill-cutting
    edge, include higher cutting speeds (reduced cutting times by up to
    75%), higher feed rates, longer tool life (3 to 10 times), and less frequent
    resharpening. In addition, these drills provide a superior finish. The
    coolant assists in clearing chips from the drill point and its pressure
    forces the swarf along the flutes of the drill, facilitating drilling to
    greater depths without repeated withdrawal to clear swarf.
    Coolant tubes or holes are located away from the drill web, and they do
    not affect web strength. Both variants connect to all coolant systems.

  • Oilfeed twist drills Chipbreaker

    M2 material (HSS)
    Fe Chipbreaker drills are manufactured from M2 standard High Speed
    Steel material. M2 products have a black oxide steam-tempered finish.
    The conventional Chipbreaker drill point angle is 118°, which is suitable
    for the majority of high-performance applications. Upon request we can
    regrind the points to 170°. Coolant can be transported axially or radially.