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Consolidated Toledo Drill

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PRODUCT CATALOG >> High Speed Steel 1/2" & 3/4" Reduced Shank

1/2" Reduced Shank Silver & Deming

Type 130-AG — HSS 1/2" Reduced Shank

One piece solid construction.
Special Hi-molybdenum tool steel.
135° Split point for fast penetration and accurate starting without center punch.
Recommended for use in work hardening grades of stainless steel and other hard metal drilling application.

Type 130-AG — HSS 1/2" Reduced Shank


METRIC 1/2" Reduced Shank Silver & Deming

Type 130–AGM — METRIC HSS 1/2" Reduced Shank

One piece solid construction.
Body and clearance are gold oxide treated for maximum libricity.
135° Split point for fast penetration and accurate starting without center punch.
Recommended for use in work hardening grades of stainless steel and other hard metal drilling application.

METRIC HSS 1/2" Reduced Shank


3/4" Reduced Shank Silver & Deming

Type 131-AG — HSS 3/4" Reduced Shank

These are high performance close tolerance tight runout spec.
Tools designed for drilling with Bridgeport style or other production machines with 3/4" chuck.
Precision ground point, body and drill diameter for accuracy and high performance.
Recommended for use in work hardening grades of stainless steel and other hard metal drilling applications.

 HSS High Performance 3/4" Reduced Shank


1/2" Reduced Shank Silver Deming

Type 130-AGX — HSS 1/2" Reduced Shank

118° point for superior general purpose drilling in metal, wood and plastic.
Precision ground point, flutes body and clearance.
M2 High Speed Steel is a tungsten-molybdenum high speed steel with a well balanced composition suitable for a wide variety of applications.

METRIC M42 Cobalt 135° Split Point Jobber Length

 

Cooling and lubricating Stainless steel

  When drilling through stainless steel, avoiding the build-up of heat is essential, so ensure to lubricate and cool the drill bit regularly.

   As well as improving the cutting performance, this will increase the usable lifespan of the drill bit. When working with stainless steel, it's advisable to drill in stages.

  This stop–start approach reduces the build-up of heat and allows both the tool and the material to cool down.

  Depending on the required hole diameter, you may drill in stages, using progressively larger drill bits until you achieve the desired result.