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439C36 68810 UNSPSC # 27112801

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Taper Length Drill Bit, Drill Bit Size 5/32 in, Drill Bit Point Angle 135 °, Notched Point

  • Item # 439C36
  • Mfr. Model # 68810
  • UNSPSC # 27112801
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These drill bits have a bright finish that is not affected when their cutting edges are resharpened. High-speed steel drill bits provide more flexibility and absorb more shock and vibration than cobalt and carbide drill bits, making them suitable for use in manual drilling machines and handheld power tools. They may leave a rough finish on the hole. These bits have spiral flutes that evacuate chips as the bits drill into a workpiece.

Technical Specs

  • Item Taper Length Drill Bit
  • Drill Bit Size 5/32 in
  • Decimal Equivalent 0.1562
  • Measurement System Fractional Inch
  • Material - Machining High Speed Steel
  • Finish - Machining Bright (Uncoated)
  • Drill Bit Point Angle 135 Degrees
  • Drill Bit Point Type Notched Point
  • Flute Type Parabolic
  • Number of Flutes 2
  • Flute Length 3 3/4 in
  • Maximum Drilling Depth 3 3/4 in
  • Helix Angle 40 Degrees
  • Cutting Direction Right Hand
  • Spiral Direction Right Hand
  • Shank Type - Machining Straight
  • Shank Dia. 5/32 in
  • Shank Length 1 5/8 in
  • Overall Length 5 3/8 in
  • Depth:Dia. Ratio 8xD
  • Drill Length Class Taper Length
  • Drill Point Length 0.0324 in
  • Coolant Fed Non-Coolant Through
  • Drill Bit Grouping Individual
  • Series 120DH
  • Standards ANSI
  • Drill Diameter Tolerance +0.0000 in /-0.0007 in
  • Material Grade - Machining Heavy Duty
  • Primary Material Application Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Magnesium, Steel
  • Primary Material Application ISO Code N, P

These drill bits have a bright finish that is not affected when their cutting edges are resharpened. High-speed steel drill bits provide more flexibility and absorb more shock and vibration than cobalt and carbide drill bits, making them suitable for use in manual drilling machines and handheld power tools. They may leave a rough finish on the hole. These bits have spiral flutes that evacuate chips as the bits drill into a workpiece.

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