coromant cut

coromant cut

[′kȯr·ə·mənt ‚kət]
(mining engineering)
A drill hole pattern; two overlapping holes about 2¼ inches (about 5.5 centimeters) in diameter are drilled in the tunnel center and left uncharged; they form a slot roughly 4 by 2 inches (10 by 5 centimeters) to which the easers can break.
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Compared with traditional dovetail tooling, Coromant Capto [TM] quick-change tooling from Sandvik Coromant cut changeover time for different jobs by 90%.