FIGURE 17-A typical setup for flycutting.
For those who prefer the advantages of working with inserted carbide tip tools, the P/N 7620 flycutter is available. It uses replaceable carbide cutting inserts which last longer than steel tools without sharpening, plus they provide an excellent finish on hard to machine materials like cold rolled and stainless steels. The cutter shape allows it to cut a straight shoulder on a part, something not possible with a standard flycutter. Included is the toolholder, a drawbolt, a 2-edged carbide insert and Torx T-15 driver and mounting screw. Additional inserts are available (P/N 7622).
DRILLS AND DRILL CHUCK (P/N 3072)
The 1/4" drill chuck available for this vertical mill is supplied complete with a Morse No. 1 arbor and a drawbolt to hold it securely in place. Drilling can be accomplished by raising and lowering the entire head with the vertical feed handwheel. This allows for very accurate control of feed rate and hole depth. For accurately located holes we again stress the importance of using center drills.
Drills should be kept in excellent condition, either by replacement or proper resharpening. Good quality high speed steel drills should be employed. A dull or