A coolant fed reamer has exceptional performance and tool life using material specific reamer technology and coolant fed capabilities and allows you to maximizes feeds & speeds. Coolant comes from the center of the tool (axial) or the flutes of the tool (radial). Center fed coolant design is for blind holes. Flute fed coolant design is for thru holes and will flush the chips ahead of the reamer. A reamer is used to finish machine a previously formed hole to an exact diameter with a smooth finish. It should not be used to significantly enlarge a hole (max. 5% – depending on material and hardness). Carbide tipped reamers are especially appropriate for close tolerance reaming. Because carbide is very highly resistant to wear, the reamer will produce accurate hole size and a smooth finish far longer than high speed steel or cobalt. The reamer is an end cutting tool, cutting only on the chamfer’s edge at the outside diameter of the preformed hole. The standard 45° chamfer angle provides effective cutting action for most materials.
Reamers - Coolant Fed
Coolant Fed Reamers - Center Fed - Straight Shank - Full Flute Length Carbide
Coolant Fed Reamers - Flute Fed - Straight Shank - Full Flute Length Carbide
Coolant Fed Reamers - Center Fed - Right Spiral Flutes - Full Flute Length Carbide
Coolant Fed Reamers - Flute Fed - Left Spiral Flutes - Full Flute Length Carbide