Standard Tools


Milling Tools

Falcon Group’s ENCORE® Branded Milling Tools come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and we are mainly focused on tools made from carbide. These tools can be used for a variety of machining operations, such as milling, drilling, and contouring.
We manufacture all types of milling tools, including:

  • End mills: End mills have a cutting edge on the end of the tool, and are used to mill slots, grooves, and other features into a workpiece. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, such as square, ball, and corner radius end mills.
  • Slot drills: Slot drills are similar to end mills but have a cutting edge on the side of the tool. They are used to mill slots and other features into a workpiece.
  • Ball mills: Ball mills have a rounded end and are used to create contours and other rounded features on a workpiece.
  • Roughing mills: Roughing mills have large flutes and a high rake angle, which allow them to remove large amounts of material quickly. They are used to rough out a workpiece before finishing with a smaller tool.
  • Face mills: Face mills have a large number of cutting teeth on the face of the tool and are used to remove material from the surface of a workpiece.
  • T-slot mills: T-slot mills have a T-shaped cutting edge and are used to mill T-shaped slots into a workpiece.
  • Chamfer mills: Chamfer mills have an angled cutting edge and are used to create angled chamfers or beveled

Turning Tools

ENCORE® Turning tools used in metalworking to shape and finish workpieces on a lathe. They are made of carbide and come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Some common types of turning tools include:

  • Lathe chisels: These are the most basic turning tools and come in a variety of shapes, such as round nose, square nose, and diamond point. They are used to create different shapes and textures on the workpiece.
  • Parting tools: These are used to separate a workpiece from the chuck or to create grooves.
  • Boring bars: These are used to enlarge or finish the inside diameter of a hole.
  • Turning inserts: These are small, replaceable cutting tools that are held in a holder and provide a cutting edge for turning operations.

The selection of the suitable turning tools depends on the material of the workpiece and the desired finish. Talk to our Engineers to help you select the correct tool for the job, and also on how to maintain the tools properly.
External turning encompasses all the cutting techniques used to create a component’s outer contours and finished surface. External processes include longitudinal turning, profile turning, and face turning, which are among the most common applications for Carbide turning inserts.
Internal turning tools are cutting tools used to shape the internal surfaces of a workpiece, such as the inside of a hole or bore. They are used in conjunction with a lathe, and are typically mounted on a tool post or holder.
Some common ENCORE® internal turning tools include:

  • Boring bars: These tools have a cutting edge on one end and a shank on the other that attaches to the tool holder. They are used to enlarge and finish the inside diameter of a hole.
  • Internal turning holders: These are tool holders that hold small, replaceable cutting inserts. They allow for quick and easy changing of the cutting edge and can be used for a variety of internal turning operations such as facing, boring, and chamfering.
  • Form tools: These are custom-made tools that are ground to a specific shape to match the internal contour of the workpiece. They are used to create complex internal geometries that cannot be achieved with standard boring bars or turning inserts.
  • Boring heads: These are tools that can be adjusted to bore holes with different diameters. They can be mounted on the lathe’s tailstock or on a separate stand.

It’s important to use the correct cutting-edge geometry and insert grade for the material being machined, and to maintain the cutting edge by sharpening or replacing the inserts as needed. Talk to or mail our Engineers for more information.


Engraving Tools

Engraving tools are tools used to create designs, patterns, and letters on a variety of surfaces such as metal, wood, glass, and stone. These tools can be divided into two main categories: hand-held engraving tools and machine engraving tools.
Hand-held engraving tools include:

  • Gravers: These are small, pointed tools used for fine detail work and come in a variety of shapes such as square, round, and V-shaped.
  • Chisels: These are similar to gravers but have a flat edge that can be used to create wider lines and grooves.
  • Scribes: These are long, thin tools with a sharp point that are used for outlining and tracing patterns.

Machine engraving tools include:

  • Rotary engraving tools: These are small cutting tools that are mounted on a rotating spindle. They are used in CNC machines and routers to create designs on flat and cylindrical surfaces.
  • Laser engravers: These use a laser beam to burn or etch designs onto a variety of materials. They are highly precise and are suitable for creating intricate designs.

Engraving tools require proper care, maintenance and regular sharpening to ensure their longevity and effectiveness, and it’s important to use the right tool for the right surface, to achieve the desired results.
Are you looking for a rotary tool for your engraving machine? Easy to use, economical and durable, our wide range of cutters, inserts, and diamond tools will meet your needs – no matter your brand of the engraving machine. Mail or WhatsApp us


Chamfering Tools

ENCORE® Chamfering Tools is recommended for front chamfering and deburring of holes and edges. The edge deburring, hole deburring, or even thread deburring is done with the sharp deburring and milling cutter accurately and without the formation of a secondary burr even in difficult-to-access spots. With diameters of 1.0 mm to 6.0 mm, it is best used in the smallest machining applications. The 4 to 6 teeth provide for high surface quality and allow high feed rates.
ENCORE® specialises in several types of chamfering tools including:

  • Lathe chamfering tools: they are single point cutting tools that are mounted on a lathe machine and are used to create precise and accurate chamfers on the edge of a workpiece.
  • Milling chamfering tools: They are typically used for chamfering on the milling machine, and are available in various forms such as end mills, chamfer mills, and chamfer end mills.

Chamfering tools are widely used in many industries such as metalworking, manufacturing, and construction.


Reaming Tools

ENCORE® is a leading reamers manufacturer, supplier, and exporter in UAE. Our reamers are made from high-grade carbides. Due to its high hardness and wear resistance, carbide tools have a longer lifespan than HSS tools, which makes it more cost-efficient in the long run. Reamers are the better choice when compared to drills for achieving precision. It gives a smoother and better finish on materials when compared to lathes.
Reaming metal tools are cutting tools that are used to enlarge and smooth out holes that have been previously drilled or punched in metal workpieces. They are used to achieve a high level of precision and smoothness in the finished hole.


ENCORE® can provide you with any of the below reamers:

  • Machine reamers: used for larger scale operations and are typically powered by a machine tool such as a lathe or milling machine.
  • Taper reamers: used to enlarge and finish tapered holes.
  • Spiral flute reamers: used to produce a smooth finish and remove chips efficiently.
  • Adjustable reamers: have a mechanism that allows the cutting edge to be adjusted to the desired size, making them suitable for a range of hole sizes.

Reaming is a finishing operation that is used after drilling, boring, or tapping and is essential to achieve precise tolerances in the finished product.


Hole Making

The range of high-precision solid carbide drills makes ENCORE® one of the world’s leading tool manufacturers. ENCORE® branded high-performance drills are available with or without tool cooling facilities. They are delivered with modern tool coatings which are adjusted to each material, which results in vast tool lives. By means of their optimization for various purposes, the solid carbide drills build a product range that enables economic drilling for a broad spectrum of applications.
ENCORE® branded Carbide hole making tools are cutting tools that are used to create or enlarge holes in a variety of materials, including metal. Made from carbide, which is a composite material made up of a metallic binder, such as cobalt, and tungsten carbide particles. Carbide is extremely hard and wear-resistant, making it an ideal material for cutting tools.

There are several types of carbide hole making tools, including:

  • Twist drills: used for drilling holes in a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics, and wood.
  • Step drills: used for drilling holes with multiple diameters in a single pass, making them suitable for creating holes for screws or bolt heads.
  • Taps: used for creating internal threads in a hole, such as for screwing in a bolt.
  • Reamers: used for enlarging and finishing holes that have been previously drilled or punched.
  • Boring bars: used for creating large, precise holes in a material, typically by a machine like a lathe or mill.

These tools are commonly used in manufacturing, metalworking, and construction industries.

Due to its high hardness and wear resistance, carbide tools have a longer lifespan than HSS tools, which makes it more cost-efficient in the long run.