As stated in the other person's writing, small diameter drilling of stainless steel is difficult. The precision of the drilling machine to be used · The cutting oil · the number of rotations will have a big influence. If you understand this it is a convincing product. I use it regularly.
Because the diameter is small, when I drilled with desktop milling machine keeping the rotation at 1000 rpn, the place near the edge of the blade rather than the cutting edge brilliantly broke and broke. Even though I did not move fast. It was at least a salvation that the cutting edge did not remain because the hole was not so much open. This manufacturer believes that COSPA is good and uses various sizes, but was it a third-tier manufacturer to crush using it for the first time? I guess it is useless unless it is a top manufacturer.
Drilling in stainless steel pipe (wall thickness 1 mm)
On 2012-07-16 13:37:26
When drilling about five places, the cutting edge wears and the sharpness becomes dull. I think that it is suitable for the price, but it did not break, and when sharpening again a considerable number of holes could be made and the purpose could be reached.