Carbide endmills for knifemaking

Counterbores for cutlery. The assembly stage in cutlery is the final step before sharpening and polishing operations. The fitting of each part, especially those of folding knives, will be crucial to obtain a perfect knife. To facilitate assembly operations and achieve adjustments to th...

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Ø4.05 x Ø1.95mm En stock
€31.50 €26.25  Excl. Tax
Ø4.05 x Ø2.95mm En stock
€30.50 €25.42  Excl. Tax
Ø5.05 x Ø2.35mm En stock
€41.50 €34.58  Excl. Tax
Ø5.65 x Ø2.95mm En stock
€39.00 €32.50  Excl. Tax
Ø5.65 x Ø3.95mm En stock
€39.00 €32.50  Excl. Tax
Ø6.05 x Ø3.95mm En stock
€54.50 €45.42  Excl. Tax
Ø7.05 x Ø3.95mm En stock
€54.50 €45.42  Excl. Tax
Ø7.05 x Ø4.95mm En stock
€54.50 €45.42  Excl. Tax
Ø8.05 x Ø3.95mm En stock
€58.50 €48.75  Excl. Tax
Ø9.65 x Ø5.45mm En stock
€59.00 €49.17  Excl. Tax

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Counterbores for cutlery.


The assembly stage in cutlery is the final step before sharpening and polishing operations. The fitting of each part, especially those of folding knives, will be crucial to obtain a perfect knife. To facilitate assembly operations and achieve adjustments to the 100th of a millimeter, fixed-pilot counterbores considerably simplify drilling, fitting, and placement of knife pivot pins, rods, screws, or even bearings.

With our counterbores, you can be sure to obtain a flat seat and perfect alignment of holding parts. The “pilot,” the part with the smallest diameter of the counterbore, allows for precise centering when drilling a hole for rods, screws, standoffs, washers or bearings. The counterbore itself, with its flat profile, will create a housing of the desired dimensions, and above all, a flat seat that will avoid any risk of improper contact between your parts and thus prevent a faulty assembly.

All our counterbores are regrindable for extended service life.

 

Specific counterbores for cutlery.

 

Our counterbores are primarily intended for knife makers, whether amateur or professional, to facilitate their assembly operations. With diameters ranging from 4.05 to 9.65 mm and pilot sizes from 1.95 to 5.45 mm, our counterbores are perfectly suited for different knife assembly components. Used before or after drilling your parts, our precision counterbores are designed at diameters suitable for assembly components such as pivot pins and standoffs, rods, washers, bearings and mounting screws used in cutlery.

 

Reference

d2 (mm)

Use

AAFLC009

4.05

Pan head screws M2

AAFLC002

4.05

Pan head screws M2 + Pivot pins Ø3

AAFLC001

5.05

Brass bushings Ø5 x 2.4

AAFLC010

5.65

Pan head screws M3

AAFLC003

5.65

Pan head screws M3 + Pivot pins Ø4

AAFLC006

6.05

Loveless bolts

AAFLC005

7.05

Chicago screws

AAFLC007

7.05

Corby bolts

AAFLC004

8.05

Pivot screws M3 + Bearings Ø4

AAFLC008

9.65

Bearings 5.2 x 9.6

AAFLC017

10.05

Bearings 5 x 10

The holes thus made are clean, without burrs, allowing for effortless assembly, with no play but perfect holding of each part.

 

Carbide counterbores: from softwood to titanium.


Made of tungsten carbide, our counterbores can be used on a wide range of materials, offering a highly appreciated versatility. In cutlery, materials as diverse as wood, horn, composites, ferrous or non-ferrous metals can be used, each presenting its own challenges for perfect machining. With our versatile counterbores, all types of materials used in cutlery can be machined while following a simple rule: high speed for soft materials (up to 15,000 rpm for aluminum) and slow speed for hard materials (around 1,100 rpm for titanium). Based on this simple rule, the operator will adjust the tool’s rotational speed according to observations of the result on the material being worked.

Implementation and absolute precision of adjustments.

 

As with any use of precision tools, the use of our counterbores with a drill press and depth guide is highly recommended and even essential. The workpiece must be firmly held (ideally in a vise), and the use of protective equipment is strongly advised (goggles, gloves, etc.). Achieving adjustments is a meticulous operation that becomes as simple as the tools used are appropriate.

The final assembly, with absolute precision, becomes child’s play.

 

Perfect finish and significant time savings.

 

Using our counterbores to achieve adjustments in your mechanical cutlery parts guarantees perfect finishing and adjustments, thus avoiding the (sometimes) numerous rework operations that are rarely satisfactory and always time-consuming.

Saving precious time is always valuable.

 

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