Burr-free Drill / End Mill Router for Composites
Burr edges and delamination inhibited by special design of tool geometry
Carbon Fiber Composites, Glass Fiber Composites*, Honeycomb Composites
Multi-layer Composites of CFRP, GFRP, and Metal (Aluminum, Titanium, Copper, etc.)
*Includes difficult-to-cut glass fibers such as Aramid and Kevlar.
Applicable Industries – Aerospace, Automobiles, Robots, Machinery
In various fields where composites are used, special bits improve the processes of machining through to assembly preparation.
Issues in Machining of Composites
Poor cutting capability on carbon and glass fibers
Burr edges occur and deburring is needed
Delamination causes low production yield
Machining speed cannot be increased due to heavy wear
Special Bit Geometry for Composites
Cuts fibers in composites clean
Deburring not needed
Improved machining yield. Reduced tool use
Suitable tool choice ensures fast machining speeds.
For decades, Sanko Hamono’s advanced tool line-up has not been only for metalworking but also for woodworking. Just like wood, advanced composites contain lots of fibers. “Which type of geometry can cut fibers clean?”, “How smooth can a tool cut material?” The answers to these questions we can provide are our technical advantage. We pursue the best cutting tool design for the most advanced materials.