The Geometrix 4D-shaped cutters offer unique geometries to traditional cylinder cutters to produce more efficient drilling. The various shapes in this offering provide solutions for chip flow, friction, and thermal degradation. This is one more way that the Design at the Customer Interface (DatCISM) process is helping to reduce drilling costs by bringing custom solutions to specific applications around the world.
Designed with higher contact stress along the cutter rock interface to fail rock more efficiently, enhanced edge profile for efficient cuttings removal and evacuation, and domed center for increased durability.
Features a sharper edge for more efficient shearing, a relieved face to reduce friction, and centralized chip-breaker to deflect cuttings across the diamond face.
The Machete full cylinder scribe cutter axially pre-fractures rock through point loading in hard, brittle applications. The geometry improves thermal stability by remaining sharper during the drilling process.
The Hatchet cone cutter is the newest member of the Geometrix family and delivers improved efficiency and durability in the cone of a drill bit. It is designed to overcome existing constraints of PDC bit-cutting mechanics in the cone area.
Designed to cut through hard, brittle rock types, such as carbonates. It pre-fractures rock, improves fluid flow, and minimizes cuttings build up on the cutter’s face.
Features a ridged diamond table surface making this multi-planed cutter shape best suited for high energy drilling in interbedded shales, where it circumferentially pre-fractures rock.
Shaped for high-energy drilling in shale and ductile rocks. Its multiple ridges on the face of the cutter create a fluid boundary layer between the cutter and ribbon/chip for more efficient chip evacuation and aid in thermal dissipation by increasing the cutter’s surface area.
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