A cutting tools is a type of cutting tool with a blade at the end of the shank. The blade material includes diamond/CBN, high speed tool steel, cemented carbide, cermet, and ceramics.
A reamer is a tool to finish the hole opened by a drill according to the required accuracy.
Similar to the cutting tool, the blade material includes diamond/CBN, high speed tool steel, and cemented carbide. The number of cutting edges range from one to several depending on the hole diameter and application. In the stepped reamer, the blade is divided into multiple stages, enabling multiple processes with a single reamer.
A drill is a cutting tool that pierces a hole in a workpiece, which has a cutting edge at the tip, and a groove in the body for discharging chips. It is the most common tool among cutting tools, with various shapes and types for application, from the one used at home to the one for special processing.
A milling tool is a generic term for tools with multiple cutting edges on the outer surface or the end face of a disk or cylindrical body; it cuts the workpiece while rotating. It is mainly used in the milling machine and the machining center; the blade material includes diamond/CBN, high speed tool steel, and cemented carbide. An end mill is also a kind of milling tools.
An endmill is a generic term for shank type milling with cutting edge on the outer surface and the end face.
A broach is a tool for machining the surface of a workpiece or the inner surface of a hole in the broaching machine, in which numerous cutting edges are arranged in order of the dimension along the axis of the bar-like main body outer circumference.
A tap is a tool for cutting female threads while cutting into the inside of the hole. The thread cutting die is a tool that cuts the male thread in the cylindrical workpiece while turning.