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  • Drilling

  • Milling

  • Reaming

  • Special Toolling

  • Reconditioning

Through Coolant/ Non Through Coolant Drills & StepDrills-Single to Multiple  (Upto 3- Steps)       
Single margin/Double margin Drills.  

Center Drills       
Drills making hole tolerance IT8 class (Burnishing Drills)    



  •  Flat / Ball Nose / Corner Radius End mill.Single & Multi step endmills       
  • End mills for machining material upto 60HRc  hardness       
  • Hole mills – RH & LH Helix.    

RH/LH Cutting Reamers.       
Combination Reamers.    




  • Profile Tools with different combinations of radius,  chamfers etc.
  • Brazed carbide tools
  • As per customer application


  • Regrinding of Tools
  • Coating      

Coating provides you with high-performance tools that are always ready to meet the increasing demands of modern manufacturing.

Cost savings
Coated tools can be set up to take significantly higher cutting speeds and feeds, reducing the time and cost for machining. The longer service life reduces the tool-changing costs

HSC and dry machining
High-speed cutting (HSC) and dry machining involve extremely high temperatures. Thanks to the outstanding thermal stability, hot hardness and oxidation resistance of the coating, the heat is carried away by the chips without adversely affecting the cutting edge.

Hard machining
Hard and wear resistant coatings enable hardened materials up to 63 HRC to be machined. Tools with defined cutting edges can be used for the final machining of hard workpieces, so that no subsequent grinding is required.

Materials that are difficult to machine
Aluminium, titanium and magnesium alloys and high-alloy steels are hard to machine. Special coatings, with low frictional coefficient and low tendency to adhere, make it easier to machine such materials.

Special tools
Properly tailored coatings can improve the performance of special tools (e.g. micro-tools).

If re-sharpened tools are also re-coated, they achieve the same performance as new, coated tools and a longer total service life. Re-coating becomes a must if the service lives and cutting parameters prescribed for production lines are to be maintained.