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Chip-Free Machine Tap: Semi-Bottoming, Longer Life TiCN, Cobalt Steel, Right Hand, M2 x 0.4 mm Thread Size, D3

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Product Specs

Finish/Coating: Longer Life TiCN
Material: Cobalt Steel
Thread Direction: Right Hand
Thread Size: M2 x 0.4 mm
Thread Length: 7⁄16 in
Overall Length: 1 3⁄4 in
Drill Size: 1.60 mm
Thread Limit: D3
Thread Standard: Metric Coarse
Tap Type: Semi-Bottoming
Material Application (First Choice): Steel; Nonferrous Metals
Application: Forming Internal Threads
Class of Fit: D3
Dimensions Standard: ANSI
Extended Neck: Yes
Features: Create Strong Threads without Creating Chips
Hole Threading Type: Closed-End Hole Threading; Through-Hole Threading
Interrupted Thread: No
Material Application (Secondary Choice): Stainless Steel; Die Steel; Alloy Steel
Material Application ISO Number (First Choice): N; P
Material Application ISO Number (Secondary Choice): P; M
Number of Coolant Holes: 0
Number of Lubrication Grooves: 0
Shank Diameter: 0.141 in
Specifications Met: ANSI
Square Size: 0.11 in
Thread Pitch: 0.4 mm
Through Coolant: No

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About Chip-Free Machine Taps

Also called thread-forming taps, chip-free machine taps press against the sides of the hole as the tap is rotated to form threads. They produce cleaner, stronger, and more accurate threads than taps that cut threads and are commonly used in softer materials. These taps don't produce chips, which eliminates the need to clear chips from the hole and helps prevent threads from being deformed during tapping. Because they don't have flutes to chip or damage, chip-free taps are typically more durable than fluted taps. These taps are intended for use on a machine such as a drill press, lathe, or CNC machine.

A good choice for demanding tapping applications, cobalt steel taps provide more wear-resistance at higher speeds than high speed steel taps. They are suitable for use on hard materials such as heat-treated steels, stainless steel, and titanium alloys.