Bending, Forming

Manual Machining Processes

Drilling is one of the most widely used machining processes to produce circular holes in metallic and
nonmetallic materials.  A drill is a rotary end cutting tool, with the most common type being the twist drill.  The drill, attached to either a stationary machine or hand held, is used to originate or enlarge a hole in a solid material.  Drilling can be characterized as in a rough form, whereas reaming is the exact form.

A tap is a cylindrical tool that cuts internal threads and has flutes to remove chips and carry lubricant to the point of cut.  Tapping is a machining operation in which a tap, with teeth on its periphery, cuts internal threads in a predrilled hole having a smaller diameter than the tap diameter.

In near dry machining the goal is high efficiency, which is achieved as result of using a minimal quantity of lubricant.  Near dry machining lubricants can also be formulated into paste form — BOELUBE® Pastes.

BOELUBE® Paste is extremely cost effective in single point work such as drilling, reaming and tapping. 
A minimal amount of Paste applied to the tool is all that is required to improve surface finish, yield closer tolerances and extend tool life.  Brush it on or dip tool in Paste.

For forming and bending, BOELUBE® Paste provides an excellent means of obtaining maximum stretch area and close tolerance bends by providing superior lubrication that allows the workpiece to attain the desired shape without creating areas that are stressed.

Save time and money while being while being environmentally responsible!

Manual Machining Processes

Drilling is one of the most widely used machining processes to produce circular holes in metallic and
nonmetallic materials.  A drill is a rotary end cutting tool, with the most common type being the twist drill.  The drill, attached to either a stationary machine or hand held, is used to originate or enlarge a hole in a solid material.  Drilling can be characterized as in a rough form, whereas reaming is the exact form.

A tap is a cylindrical tool that cuts internal threads and has flutes to remove chips and carry lubricant to the point of cut.  Tapping is a machining operation in which a tap, with teeth on its periphery, cuts internal threads in a predrilled hole having a smaller diameter than the tap diameter.

In near dry machining the goal is high efficiency, which is achieved as result of using a minimal quantity of lubricant.  Near dry machining lubricants can also be formulated into paste form — BOELUBE® Pastes.

BOELUBE® Paste is extremely cost effective in single point work such as drilling, reaming and tapping. 
A minimal amount of Paste applied to the tool is all that is required to improve surface finish, yield closer tolerances and extend tool life.  Brush it on or dip tool in Paste.

For forming and bending, BOELUBE® Paste provides an excellent means of obtaining maximum stretch area and close tolerance bends by providing superior lubrication that allows the workpiece to attain the desired shape without creating areas that are stressed.

Save time and money while being while being environmentally responsible!