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53FP30 C23353 UNSPSC # 27112801

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Jobber Length Drill Bit, Drill Bit Size 3/16 in, Drill Bit Point Angle 135 °, Cobalt

  • Item # 53FP30
  • Mfr. Model # C23353
  • UNSPSC # 27112801
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These drill bits have a straw/bronze finish that improves their wear resistance. They also have spiral flutes that evacuate chips as the bits drill into a workpiece.

Cobalt jobber-length drill bits tolerate higher drilling speeds and are harder and more wear-resistant than high-speed steel drill bits. They provide some shock absorption and can be used in handheld power tools. Jobber-length drill bits are the most commonly used drill-bit length. They provide a good balance of strength and accuracy when drilling into a variety of materials.

Technical Specs

  • Item Jobber Length Drill Bit
  • Drill Bit Size 3/16 in
  • Decimal Equivalent 0.1875
  • Measurement System Fractional Inch
  • Material - Machining Cobalt
  • Finish - Machining Straw/Bronze
  • Drill Bit Point Angle 135 Degrees
  • Drill Bit Point Type Split Point
  • Coolant Fed Non-Coolant Through
  • Flute Type Spiral
  • Number of Flutes 2
  • Flute Length 2 5/16 in
  • Maximum Drilling Depth 3/4 in
  • Helix Angle 21 Degrees to 34 Degrees
  • Cutting Direction Right Hand
  • Spiral Direction Right Hand
  • Shank Type - Machining Straight
  • Shank Dia. 3/16 in
  • Shank Length 1 3/16 in
  • Overall Length 3 1/2 in
  • Depth:Dia. Ratio 4xD
  • Drill Length Class Jobber Length
  • Drill Point Length 0.0388 in
  • Drill Bit Grouping Individual
  • Series 1802
  • Standards ASME
  • Drill Diameter Tolerance +0 in /-0.0007 in
  • Material Grade - Machining High Performance
  • Primary Material Application Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Cast Iron, Copper, Hardened Steel, Nickel, Steel, Titanium
  • Primary Material Application ISO Code H, K, N, P, S

These drill bits have a straw/bronze finish that improves their wear resistance. They also have spiral flutes that evacuate chips as the bits drill into a workpiece.

Cobalt jobber-length drill bits tolerate higher drilling speeds and are harder and more wear-resistant than high-speed steel drill bits. They provide some shock absorption and can be used in handheld power tools. Jobber-length drill bits are the most commonly used drill-bit length. They provide a good balance of strength and accuracy when drilling into a variety of materials.

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