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Flowdrill is a solid tungsten carbide tool, capable of locally displacing material to form increased material thickness. This increased material thickness allows for a stronger fastening connection by tapping, brazing or welding. 

Flowdrill is available in many sizes, suitable to drill holes from 1mm to 40mm with material thicknesses from 0.5mm to 10.0mm. Flowdrill can be used in steel, stainless steel, aluminium, copper and some types of brass.

Flowdrill advantages.

  • Increased material thickness
  • Suitable for high loaded threads
  • High process reliability
  • Fast production cycle time
  • Long tool lifetime
  • No waste, no single fasteners, recyclable

Typical uses.

  • Threaded connection
  • O-ring / sealing surface
  • Bearing sleeve / hinge
  • Brazing or welding joint


Flowdrill

What is Flowdrill.

A Flowdrill is a solid carbide drilling tool, which is capable of locally displacing material in order to form increased material thickness. This increased thickness allows for a stronger fastening connection by tapping, brazing or welding.

Flowdrill is available in many sizes, suitable for diameters from 1.8 till 40 mm and for material thickness from 0.5 till 10 mm. The area of application is steel, stainless steel, aluminium, copper and some brass alloys.

 

Flowdrill advantages.

  • Increased material thickness
  • Suitable for high loaded threads
  • High process reliability
  • Fast production cycle time
  • Long tool lifetime
  • No waste, no single fasteners, recyclable

Typical uses.

  • Threaded connection
  • O-ring / sealing surface
  • Bearing sleeve / hinge
  • Brazing or welding joint

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