The new WALTER TITEX DB133 Supreme is a solid-carbide micro drill that reportedly will deliver tight tolerances, high-quality surface finishes, superior process reliability, and longer tool life. According to the developer, the difference for the DB133 Supreme begins with the use of grades WJ30EL and WJ30ER, designed by Walter specifically for micro drills, which provide the drills with superior wear resistance.
ln addition, Walter’s new cutting-edge geometry increases the process reliability of these new drills, and optimized dimensions allow for maximum stability, even with the smallest drills. The exceptionally uniform finish on the drill cutting edge and tight tolerances ensures excellent workpiece surface finishes. With the Walter Titex DB133 Supreme special geometry, chip removal is effective, even without through-coolant. This allows hole depths of up to 8xDc to be easily achieved. Taken together, these design features give the Walter Titex DB133 Supreme 20% higher cutting data than its nearest competitor.
The solid-carbide micro drills, with their 140° point geometry, can be used universally on many different materials in ISO material groups P, K and N. Diameters range from 0.02 to 0.12 in (0.5 to 2.95 mm). This new drill design is ideal for users in general machining, mold and die making, the energy and automotive industries and any other areas where small diameter, deep holes, are required. Learn more at www.walter-tools.com/us