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Center Drill, Number 4, Cobalt

          
Center Drill, Number 4, Cobalt
Part Number: 4867
Weight: 0.03 lb

Price: $4.95

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  • Combined drill and countersink
  • M42 (8% cobalt) high speed steel
  • 60° included angle
  • Right hand cutting direction
  • 5/16" body diameter, 1/8" drill diameter, and 2 1/8" overall length

Description

Combined drills and countersinks, commonly called center drills, are used to produce a center hole on a workpiece for turning between centers.

Center drills are also used to start drilled holes. Because they are very stiff they don't have a tendency to wander.

This center drill is made of ground high speed M42 cobalt steel for good wear resistance.

Chris' Tips

Chris Chris' Tips
Combined drills and countersinks, commonly called center drills, are used to produce a center hole on a workpiece for turning between centers. Center drills are also used to start drilled holes. Because they are very stiff they don't have a tendency to wander.

Here are the sizes of center drills.

Number Body Dia. Drill Dia. Length
1 1/8" 3/64" 1 1/4"
2 3/16" 5/64" 1 7/8"
3 1/4" 7/64" 2"
4 5/16" 1/8" 2 1/8"
5 7/16" 3/16"  2 3/4"

Here is a little treatise written by J. W. Early about center drills:
The center drill is only for putting a starting mark on the work piece so that your conventional drill will start easy without walking or grabbing. If your finish drill is going to be 1/4" then I would use a #4 center drill which has a 1/8" diameter of the drill point and a 5/16" diameter body. With a 1/4" hole in order to avoid a push up burr when finish drilling the center drill shoulder should enter the part until the outer diameter of the resulting chamfer is about .270 to .280 in diameter giving a nice burr free chamfer to the hole after finish drilling. When drilling a hole that is going to be tapped then your outer chamfer should be .030 greater than the nominal diameter of the thread in order that no starting burr will be present on the part surface to be filed down or hand deburred.

Specifications

Specifications
Industry Standard #4
Included Angle 60°
Overall Length 2 1/8"
Body Diameter 5/16"
Drill Diameter 1/8"
Cutting Direction Right hand
Tool Material M42 Cobalt

 

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