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PRODUCTS

The employment of the best methods in the industry leads to the manufacturing of tools of the highest quality. We at MSTM have been equipped to deliver the best.

Drills

In addition to a wide variety of standard drill types, we manufacture special high-performance drills based on customer’s nature of application.

Step Drills

  • Multiple diameters in a single hole can be machined using a single tool.
  • Centrality of the hole is maintained in addition to reducing tooling cost.

Subland Drills

  • This is a special type of step drill that is used when the smaller diameter is less than 50% of the larger diameters.
  • Each diameter has their separate flute and land and hence maintains a consistent geometry which increases the number of possible regrinds.

Ball Drills

  • Continuously varying point angle geometry of this special-type drill generates less heat while drilling.
  • Used in machining of abrasive work materials and provides burr-free breakthrough operation.

Double & Triple Margin Drills

  • In deep-hole drilling applications, hole centrality and concentricity is an issue. Double and triple margin drills provide the extra support required to mitigate this issue.
  • Drill buckling instability while machining at entrance of the hole is prevented.

Planar Rake Face (PRF) Drill

  • While machining soft materials it is important to prevent digging or drill grabbing, especially at the end of the hole and hence a specialized rake face on the cutting edge is manufactured.
  • This type of drill finds use in machining of unannealed steel, cast iron, copper, brass, bronze, plastics, etc.

Milling Cutters

In addition to a wide variety of standard drill types, we manufacture special high-performance drills based on customer’s nature of application.

Step Drills

  • Multiple diameters in a single hole can be machined using a single tool.
  • Centrality of the hole is maintained in addition to reducing tooling cost.

Subland Drills

  • This is a special type of step drill that is used when the smaller diameter is less than 50% of the larger diameters.
  • Each diameter has their separate flute and land and hence maintains a consistent geometry which increases the number of possible regrinds.

Ball Drills

  • Continuously varying point angle geometry of this special-type drill generates less heat while drilling.
  • Used in machining of abrasive work materials and provides burr-free breakthrough operation.

Double & Triple Margin Drills

  • In deep-hole drilling applications, hole centrality and concentricity is an issue. Double and triple margin drills provide the extra support required to mitigate this issue.
  • Drill buckling instability while machining at entrance of the hole is prevented.

Planar Rake Face (PRF) Drill

  • While machining soft materials it is important to prevent digging or drill grabbing, especially at the end of the hole and hence a specialized rake face on the cutting edge is manufactured.
  • This type of drill finds use in machining of unannealed steel, cast iron, copper, brass, bronze, plastics, etc.

Profile Tools

In addition to a wide variety of standard drill types, we manufacture special high-performance drills based on customer’s nature of application.

Step Drills

  • Multiple diameters in a single hole can be machined using a single tool.
  • Centrality of the hole is maintained in addition to reducing tooling cost.

Subland Drills

  • This is a special type of step drill that is used when the smaller diameter is less than 50% of the larger diameters.
  • Each diameter has their separate flute and land and hence maintains a consistent geometry which increases the number of possible regrinds.

Ball Drills

  • Continuously varying point angle geometry of this special-type drill generates less heat while drilling.
  • Used in machining of abrasive work materials and provides burr-free breakthrough operation.

Double & Triple Margin Drills

  • In deep-hole drilling applications, hole centrality and concentricity is an issue. Double and triple margin drills provide the extra support required to mitigate this issue.
  • Drill buckling instability while machining at entrance of the hole is prevented.

Planar Rake Face (PRF) Drill

  • While machining soft materials it is important to prevent digging or drill grabbing, especially at the end of the hole and hence a specialized rake face on the cutting edge is manufactured.
  • This type of drill finds use in machining of unannealed steel, cast iron, copper, brass, bronze, plastics, etc.

Reamers

In addition to a wide variety of standard drill types, we manufacture special high-performance drills based on customer’s nature of application.

Step Drills

  • Multiple diameters in a single hole can be machined using a single tool.
  • Centrality of the hole is maintained in addition to reducing tooling cost.

Subland Drills

  • This is a special type of step drill that is used when the smaller diameter is less than 50% of the larger diameters.
  • Each diameter has their separate flute and land and hence maintains a consistent geometry which increases the number of possible regrinds.

Ball Drills

  • Continuously varying point angle geometry of this special-type drill generates less heat while drilling.
  • Used in machining of abrasive work materials and provides burr-free breakthrough operation.

Double & Triple Margin Drills

  • In deep-hole drilling applications, hole centrality and concentricity is an issue. Double and triple margin drills provide the extra support required to mitigate this issue.
  • Drill buckling instability while machining at entrance of the hole is prevented.

Planar Rake Face (PRF) Drill

  • While machining soft materials it is important to prevent digging or drill grabbing, especially at the end of the hole and hence a specialized rake face on the cutting edge is manufactured.
  • This type of drill finds use in machining of unannealed steel, cast iron, copper, brass, bronze, plastics, etc.