What Is Trepanning and How It Differs From Other Methods?

What is Trepanning

To answer the question, what is trepanning? We first need to establish how exactly does it work and how does it vary from other methods. Trepanning tools are used to drill holes into a solid material. The difference from other drilling methods, trepanning leaves the solid core it drills out of the middle of the hole. Other methods usually leave chips when drilling, trepanning does not.

This method of drilling can create a larger diameter hole with less power than other forms of solid drilling. In addition, the core left over is often used in other applications as well.

Questions About What Is Trepanning?

Trepanning has been used for drilling for almost 65 years. When it comes to larger holes and removing larger amounts of material it is your best option. Also, if you are working with expensive materials such as titanium, you will have the core left to use in other projects.

If you are looking for advice on trepanning or trepanning tools then the experts at BTA Heller can help. We are capable to develop trepanning tools that fit your exact needs.  Also, we cover a wide range of diameters for your tool, from 3.500″ to 24″. In addition, BTA Heller has precision ground inserts for improved chip control while drilling. Here at BTA Heller, we have been providing deep hole drilling tools and equipment for decades.

At BTA Heller, we have a full line up of tools to help you. Tools for Gun Drilling Systems, Single Drilling Systems, Double Drilling Systems, Profiling, and much more. Also make sure to ask us about all our drilling accessories as well.

If you have questions about this drilling method or any other deep hole drilling, please give us a call at 248.597.0346. You can also request a quote or contact us at any time for questions you may have about our tools and services.