Keeping your cutters sharp and in good working order is essential to getting quality performance and value for money, in this short guide we’re going to look at how you can maintain annular cutters for a as long as possible with some quick, easy tips.
What Are Annular Cutters?
An annular cutter is a type of cutting tool used for metalworking applications. It is also known as a core drill, magnetic drill bit or rotabroach cutter. Annular cutters are a hollow, cylindrical drill bit with multiple cutting teeth around their circumference. These cutting teeth remove a ring-shaped section of metal from the workpiece, leaving a solid core in the centre.
These cutters are commonly used in industrial and construction settings for repeatedly drilling large diameter holes in metals such as steel, aluminium, and cast iron. They are typically used in magnetic drilling machines or drill presses that provide the necessary power and stability for the cutting process. Annular cutters are known for their speed, accuracy, and efficiency, and are available in a variety of sizes and materials to suit different drilling applications.
Annular cutters come in a variety of different materials, each designed to take on different materials.