Solid carbide tools offer long tool life and faster cutting speeds than other substrates, but are more brittle and must be used with rigid toolholding systems Uncoated tools feature just the base substrate without any additional treatment or coatings and are suitable for a wide range of applications Round shanks allow use with a wide variety of toolholding systems Increased stability during…

Cobalt steel tools are similar to high-speed steel, but with more cobalt for improved performance when cutting harder metals such as stainless steel or nickel alloys Uncoated tools feature just the base substrate without any additional treatment or coatings and are suitable for a wide range of applications Weldon shanks feature a round shank with one of more flats machined into the side for easy…