Well suited for creating shallow holes and drilling into thin sheet metals, these carbide drill bits have a flat, spade-like tip and a 118° point at the center of the tip. The maximum recommended hole depth is two times the bit diameter, and a center punch should be used to prevent the bit from walking or skating when drilling into metal. These bits are made from carbide, which provides good wear resistance at high speeds. Carbide tools require rigid toolholding and are well-suited for drilling into the toughest materials.
ɸ Tolerance 0.0000 in to +0.0005 in, 118 ° Point Angle
ɸ Tolerance 0.0000 to -0.0005 in, 118 ° Point Angle