|Finish/Coating:||Super Life TiAlN|
|Reamer Size Measurement System:||Metric|
|Cutting Direction:||Right Hand|
|Best for Use On:||Best for Steel & Cast Iron|
|Reamer Size:||5.02 mm|
|Reamer Size Decimal Equivalent:||0.1976 in|
|Flute Length:||12 mm|
|Overall Length:||75 mm|
|Number of Flutes:||4|
|Material Application (First Choice):||Steel; Cast Iron|
|Coolant Hole Shape:||Round|
|Flute Spiral Direction:||Left Hand|
|Helix Angle:||10 °|
|Material Application ISO Number (First Choice):||P; K|
|Number of Coolant Holes:||1|
|Pilot Length:||0.029528 in|
|Reach Length:||2.92323 in|
|Shank Diameter:||5.02 mm|
Compliance and Restrictions
- Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Country Of Origin
About Machine Reamers
Sometimes called chucking reamers, machine reamers are placed in the chuck of a drill press, lathe, screw machine, or similar machining tool to enlarge, smooth, or dimension a drilled hole to a tight tolerance. They usually have a 45° chamfer to help ensure accurate entry into the hole.
Solid carbide reamers provide good wear resistance when machining the toughest materials, such as cast iron, nonferrous alloys, and glass, but they require rigid tool setups because they are brittle.