Milling with a drill sink ( for bolts with hexagon socket ) DCB3
- Package Qty.
- Ship pack of
- Lead Angle
- Right frame 25 degree
- Drill length L1 (mm)
- Tolerance of Outside Diameter (mm)
- 0 - +0.2
- Shank Diameter d (phi mm)
- Outside Diameter D (phi mm)
- Number of Blades
- Drill Diameter Tolerance (mm)
- 0 - -0.05
- Drill diameter D1 (phi mm)
- Blade Length l (mm)
- Overall Length L (mm)
- TRUSCO Part Number
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5 Customer Reviews
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Acrylic lens mounting hole perforation
On 2016-03-18 07:36:56
I used it to drill a hole in the side of a columnar easily crackable acrylic. It worked with a drilling machine because the shape of the cutting edge is good, but it was able to process beautifully without being displaced or muffled.
Of general steel materials. Counterbore machining
On 2015-10-08 20:45:00
At the time of counterbore processing, there is designation of guide dust on customer condition. I bought it for 8.5 mm designation this time. You can cut well. It is very convenient.
I purchased a surfboard because I want to make a bolt head of the fin bolt.
On 2014-11-06 15:16:13
I am very happy about the product. I made a perfect milling process. If possible, the shank is quite short so I'd like a length of about 3 cm or so · · · (There seems to be some things in the shank)
Drilling and countersinking of duralumin
On 2013-04-30 22:41:38
Counterbore could be processed beautifully, but the drill felt like it was not good to cut it. It might be better to use the drill as much as a guide.
During work to open a bolt sink hole
On 2012-05-18 13:07:22
I can cut it well as usual. If you use it badly, you can easily break the thin dirt.
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