Sphinx product manager, Cory Cetkovic, once again took to the pages of Fabricating & Metalworking magazine to share some useful knowledge about micro machining practices, a challenging yet profitable and growing sector of metalworking.
Reporting on Sphinx product manager, Cory Cetkovic’s presentation at our annual Breakfast & Learn event earlier this year, Production Machining recently published a column called “Tools and Technologies for Deep Hole Drilling.”
Opportunities abound for shops to cash in on the ever-growing micro machining market, but the differences between different types of micro tools vary from those found in standard tooling. Here are some insights into the extra care and know-how needed to achieve success and build a successful reputation as a reliable supplier of micro machined parts.
In a move to expand BIG KAISER’s existing carbide cutting tool lineup of pilot/spotting drills, high-performance drills, deep-hole drills, drill reamers and micro end mills, BIG KAISER looked to one of its global partners to introduce new micro engraving cutters.
Sure, there are 15 new geometries—including flat-tip and radius micro engraving mills, TC2 high-performance drills from 3xD to 30xD and pilot/step drills—but, Volume 2 of the Sphinx High Precision Cutting Tools catalog is much more than product listings.