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3BT95 C20500 UNSPSC # 23171609

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Double End Drill Bit, Drill Bit Size 1/8 in, 135 ° Drill Bit Point Angle, Split Point

  • Item # 3BT95
  • Mfr. Model # C20500
  • UNSPSC # 23171609
  • Catalog Page # 2252 2252
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

High-speed steel double-ended drill bits provide some flexibility and absorb some shock and vibration. They are suitable for drilling applications with older machines that may not run as smoothly as newer machines.

Double-ended drill bits have cutting edges on both ends. They can drill more holes before they need to be resharpened than single-ended drill bits. When the cutting edges on one end wear down, the bits can be flipped over to use the cutting edges on the other end. Both ends of the drill bits have the same dimensions and geometry. These bits install into equipment such as handheld drills and drill presses.

Technical Specs

  • Item Double End Drill Bit
  • Material - Machining High Speed Steel
  • Finish - Machining Black Oxide
  • Measurement System Fractional Inch
  • Drill Bit Size 1/8 in
  • Decimal Equivalent 0.125
  • Drill Bit Point Angle 135 Degrees
  • Drill Bit Point Type Split Point
  • Flute Length 3/8 in
  • Maximum Drilling Depth 1/2 in
  • Flute Type Spiral
  • Number of Flutes 2
  • Spiral Direction Right Hand
  • Cutting Direction Right Hand
  • Helix Angle 28 Degrees
  • Overall Length 1 29/32 in
  • Depth:Dia. Ratio 4xD
  • Drill Bit Grouping Individual
  • Shank Type - Machining Straight
  • Shank Dia. 1/8 in
  • Series 1815
  • Primary Material Application Steel
  • Primary Material Application ISO Code P

High-speed steel double-ended drill bits provide some flexibility and absorb some shock and vibration. They are suitable for drilling applications with older machines that may not run as smoothly as newer machines.

Double-ended drill bits have cutting edges on both ends. They can drill more holes before they need to be resharpened than single-ended drill bits. When the cutting edges on one end wear down, the bits can be flipped over to use the cutting edges on the other end. Both ends of the drill bits have the same dimensions and geometry. These bits install into equipment such as handheld drills and drill presses.

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