Ever wondered about the advantage of a three-flute drill over a two-flute drill? Adding a third cutting edge to drills for higher feed rates is nothing new, but the benefits don't end there. Three-flute drills produce smoother, rounder, and straighter holes compared to two-flute drills. The drill's three margins help keep it centered and eliminate the wandering you get with a two-flute drill. With three-flute drills, you can also expect a hole that's nice and straight, with a reamer-class finish. The tool's ability to resist deflection when encountering cross-holes in angled surfaces results in greater hole accuracy, improved tool life, and up to 50% higher speed with an increased part count. A three-flute drill's power and torque requirements are roughly 60% that of a two-flute drill. Now that's a lot of benefits compared to a two-flute drill!
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1540 Thinned Point Drills Wanting to create straight round holes in cast iron or steels? Check out our 1540 Thinned Point Drill! It was designed to produce straight round holes in cast iron, hardened steels, stainless steels, steels, and wood. Find out more about our Thinned Point Drills by visiting: https://fullertontool.com/products/drills/1540-thinned-point
5566 MATRX Poly Drill Need help with burr-free drilling? Check out our 5566 MATRX Poly Drill - it dominates in burr-free drilling of graphite, composites, and plastics. It produces, clean, burr-free holes without breakout, eliminating the need for sanding or deburring. Find out more about our MATRX Poly Drill by visiting: https://fullertontool.com/products/drills/5566-matrx-poly-drill