BIG KAISER Announces Expanded Micro Drill Line from Sphinx

Elk Grove Village, IL - BIG KAISER Precision Tooling Inc. expands its line of Sphinx Micro Drills that are made of fine-grained solid carbide and deliver exceptional tool life and consistent process reliability. They are recommended for materials such as steel, titanium and nickel alloys, aluminum and copper.

The first new micro drill, Art.# 51200, available in ø0.30mm - 1.50mm, in steps of .01mm, is offered with a 3mm reinforced shank in standard lengths of 6xD, and can be run with or without coolant. The specially designed two-flute geometry delivers a point angle of 130 degrees and a helix angle of 35 degrees for extreme precision and close tolerance.

The second micro drill, Art.# 50620, available in ø0.50mm - 1.60mm, in steps of 0.05mm, is offered in standard lengths at 10-15xD. The two-flute geometry offers a point angle of 118 degrees and a helix angle of 25 degrees.

The third new micro drill, Art.# 50695, is offered in ø0.20mm - 1.50mm, in steps of 0.01mm. The two-flute geometry offers a point angle of 118 degrees and a helix angle of 30 degrees, is available in lengths of 6xD and offers a positive tolerance.

Sphinx produces 3,000,000 tools annually and stocks over 1,200 different standard drills while offering many custom specials. These high precision cutting tools are used in applications from every industry worldwide.

For more information about BIG KAISER, Sphinx micro drills or other BIG KAISER products, contact BIG KAISER, Elk Grove Village, IL 224-770-2999, e-mail or visit

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