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Center drills consist of a pilot drill and a countersink. They are used to create holes at the center of a piece of stock so it can be turned between centers on a lathe in metalworking applications. The pilot drill creates a small hole in the stock and the countersink expands the hole, leaving a small gap at the bottom of the hole that helps protect the lathe's centers from damage when the stock is turned on it.
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High-Speed Steel Center Drills with Plain Tip

High-Speed Steel Center Drills with Plain Tip
High-speed steel center drills provide good wear resistance in a wide range of machining applications. Center drills with a plain tip are the standard choice for creating center holes in a piece of stock to prepare it for turning between centers on a lathe.

High Speed Steel + 60 ° Included Angle + Left Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 82 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 90 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Carbide Center Drills with Plain Tip

Carbide Center Drills with Plain Tip
Solid carbide center drills provide excellent wear resistance when machining the toughest materials, such as cast iron and stainless steel. Center drills with a plain tip are the standard choice for creating center holes in a piece of stock to prepare it for turning between centers on a lathe.

Carbide + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Carbide + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Single End

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Carbide + 82 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Carbide + 90 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Extended Length Center Drills with Plain Tip

Extended Length Center Drills with Plain Tip
Extended-length center drills are longer than standard center drills and can access hard-to-reach workpieces. These center drills have a plain tip, which is the standard choice for creating center holes in a piece of stock to prepare it for turning between centers on a lathe.

Carbide + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Carbide + 82 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Carbide + 90 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Cobalt + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 82 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 90 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Cobalt Steel Center Drills with Plain Tip

Cobalt Steel Center Drills with Plain Tip
Cobalt steel center drills are harder than high-speed steel center drills and provide good wear resistance when machining hard materials at high speeds. Center drills with a plain tip are the standard choice for creating center holes in a piece of stock to prepare it for turning between centers.

Cobalt + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Center Drills with Bell Tip

Center Drills with Bell Tip
Bell-tip center drills create a hole at the center of a piece of stock so it can be turned between centers on a lathe. They have an additional 120° chamfer on their tip that bevels the outer edge of the center hole to strengthen it and help protect the hole from damage in applications where the piece of stock will go through multiple machining passes and there is risk of marring the edges of the center hole.

Carbide + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Cobalt + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 60 ° Included Angle + Left Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Powdered Metal + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Center Drills with Radius Tip

Center Drills with Radius Tip
Radius-tip center drills have a tapered flute that allows them to create more accurate holes than other styles of center drills. They are commonly used in high-precision applications to create holes at the center of a piece of stock so it can be turned between centers on a lathe.

Carbide + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Cobalt + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 118 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Hey-Type Center Drills with Bell Tip

Hey-Type Center Drills with Bell Tip
Hey-type center drills with a bell tip have flats on their end that accept carbide inserts. They can be used on Hey machines for facing a workpiece and creating center holes on it so it can be turned between centers on a lathe. The drills have a bell tip with an additional 120° chamfer that bevels the outer edge of the hole to help protect the hole from damage during machining applications. Bell-tip center drills are commonly used in applications where parts will go through multiple machining passes and there is risk of marring the edges of the center hole. These center drills have set screw flats for locking the center drills into the tool holder.

High Speed Steel + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Hey-Type High-Speed Steel Center Drills with Plain Tip

Hey-Type High-Speed Steel Center Drills with Plain Tip
Hey-type high-speed steel center drills with a plain tip have flats on their end that accept carbide inserts. They can be used on Hey machines for facing a workpiece and creating center holes on it so it can be turned between centers on a lathe. High-speed steel center drills provide good wear resistance in a wide range of machining applications. These center drills have set screw flats for locking the center drills into the tool holder.

High Speed Steel + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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Jig Bore Center Drills

Jig Bore Center Drills
Jig bore center drills have a flat on the shank for securing the drill to a jig borer machine with a set screw. They create holes at the center of a piece of stock so it can be turned between centers on a lathe.

High Speed Steel + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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High Speed Steel + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Single End

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Powdered-Metal Center Drills with Plain Tip

Powdered-Metal Center Drills with Plain Tip
Powdered-metal center drills are stronger than high-speed steel and cobalt steel center drills. Center drills with a plain tip are the standard choice for creating center holes in a piece of stock to prepare it for turning between centers.

Powdered Metal + 60 ° Included Angle + Right Hand Cut + Double End

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