Suitable for metallic materials such as steel, stainless steel, brass, aluminum, copper, and numerous special alloys
Fdrills can be used for a wide range of diameters and wall thicknesses
Fdrill tools produce a precision hole without cutting
Displaced material is used for producing a bushing hole
Description of product：
This is a cost savings alternative to weld and rivet nuts plus other joining techniques. Fdrills can be used for Screwed connections, Soldered and welded joints, Bearings/fittings, Thread-forming tapping screws, and Tube expansions to produce a thermal drilled hole into thin walled material. When working with thin-walled materials, you often find yourself confronted with the problem that it is only possible to make 1-2 threads. Generally speaking, this number of threads is not sufficient for supporting a load. In the past, the solution to this problem was to use rivets, weld or clinch nuts. Every practioner is well aware of the drawbacks of these traditional joining techniques. A combination of drilliing and forming using the Fdrill tools not only produces a precision hole without cutting, but also the displaced material is used at the same timve for producing a bushing hold - entirely without the use of additional materials.