Adding to the existing threadmill line, Allied Machine and Engineering now are offering a complete range of coolant, that are ‘ideal for blind hole applications’. Allied Machine and Engineering, a leading manufacturer of holemaking and finishing tooling systems produce coolant through threadmill solutions and are said to significantly improve chip evacuation when threading blind holes.
They reduce tool deflection and provide straighter and more precise thread forms. End users will also achieve longer tool life and experience less tool breakage due to chip build-up.
Offered in both inch-shank and metric-shank options, inventory is available for all carried items. Currently there are over 100 different items available including a variety of threadforms, diameters, and lengths, with new coolant through threadmill options being added regularly.
Allied’s coolant through threadmill solutions, suitable for numerous applications in the mold and die, oil and gas, aerospace, and automotive industries, are a far more versatile solution for producing screw threads than other options, including high performance taps. They are well suited for materials that generate heat, especially high temperature alloys, high strength alloys, and stainless steel used in aerospace and oil and gas applications.
The Allied design features a thick core geometry, which maximises the coolant hole size through the center. The increased core diameter strengthens the tool and allows more coolant flow-through, resulting in faster flushing and better cutting edge cooling.