Hi-PerCarb │Series 141K 5XD

Key features designed into the Hi-PerCarb Series 141K Drill allow the product to offer application benefits not only beyond that of standard carbide drills, but also other High-Performance drills. Each feature of the Hi-PerCarb Series 141K Drill was uniquely engineered as a solution towards addressing the issues commonly encountered during high production drilling.

Hi-PerCarb │Series 141K 5XD

Features & Benefits

  • Tri-Margin Design
    • Improved hole stability over two-flute designs
    • Superior surface finish, roundness, and hole cylindricity
    • Unsurpassed hole size control
  • Self Stabilizing Point and Open Flute Structure
    • Pyramid design stabilizes the drill on contact with the workpiece
    • Engineered flute shape efficiently transports chip volume without sacrificing strength
  • Coolant Through Tooling
    • Puts coolant as close to cut as possible for consistent chip flushing, maximum cooling and highest productivity
  • Edge and Corner Protection
    • Corner Chamfers provide strength and reduce breakout when drilling through holes in cast iron
    • Automated edge treatment process extends tool life by eliminating microscopic imperfections in the cutting edges
  • Application Specific Coating and Premium Carbide
    • Ti-Namite M is a state-of-the-art nano-composite surface coating that maximizes wear resistance in abrasive cast irons
    • 141K drills are manufactured from premium certified carbide to further ensure the highest level of quality, performance, and longevity
  • Minimal Margin Design
    • A narrow margin reduces frictional heat generated by excessive contact with the work-piece, and the parallel design helps to maintain a consistent contact width as the margins wear

Product Details

Cutting Diameter 3,0-3/4"
Shank Diameter 6,0-20,0
Overall Length 66,0-153,0
Flute Length 28,0-101,0
Minimum Cleared Length 23,0-77,0
Shank Length 36,0-50,0
Coating Ti-NAMITE-M

Material Applications


Industry Applications

  • Automotive
  • Mold & Die
  • Casting & Foundries
  • General Engineering