Exchangeable Head Drills
ISCAR’s SUMOCHAM line comes with 4 standard geometries which are suitable for machining the most popular and common material groups used daily in industry.
ICP geometry is designed for machining the ISO P materials group, with an ultimate shape for high productivity and outstanding chip forming on soft steel.
HCP geometry is designed with concave cutting edges, this substantially enhances the self-centering capability of the drill, which enables using long drills (up to 12XD), without a pilot hole operation.
FCP geometry provides a nearly flat bottom in the hole, which is required in a variety of applications.
ICK geometry was designed for extremely high feed rates, while maintaining long tool life on the ISO K materials group.
ICM geometry provides ultimate performance on austenitic stainless steel and other difficult-to-machine materials from the ISO M group.
ICG geometry designed with chip splitting notches on the cutting edge and an impressed chip breaker on the rake for superior chip control on a wide range of materials.
ICN geometry comes with sharp cutting edges and polished flutes, which are suitable for machining the ISO N materials group.
QCP is an upgrading the SUMOCHAM ICP-2M drilling heads by introducing a revolutionary drilling head geometry that features enhanced centering capabilities, improved surface finish and overall quality of the machined hole.
For improved hole accuracy as well as higher surface finish quality, the SUMOCHAM line provides 2M (double margin) geometry. 2M concept comes on ICP and ICK heads.