- Long-length plain-style combined drill and countersink has a long length for extra reach when creating a center hole with a 60-degree countersink
- 118-degree conventional point drills a center hole while the two spiral flutes clear chips away to prevent clogging
- High-speed steel (HSS) provides hardness for wear resistance
- Uncoated (bright) finish has no additional surface treatment or coating
- Double-ended to provide two cutting ends
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Magafor 185 Series High-Speed Steel Long-Length Combined Drill and Countersink, Uncoated (Bright) Finish, Plain Style, 60-Degree Countersink
|Price:||$13.08 - $35.80|
|Material Type||High Speed Steel|
|Finish Types||Uncoated (Bright) Finish|
|Cutting Angle||60 Degrees|
|Manufacturer Series Number||185 Series|
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The Magafor 185 series high-speed steel combined drill and countersink with uncoated (bright) finish has a plain style and a long length for extra reach when creating a center hole with a 60-degree countersink. The 118-degree conventional point drills a center hole, while the two spiral flutes clear chips away to prevent clogging. High-speed steel (HSS) provides hardness for wear resistance, and the uncoated finish has no additional surface treatment or coating. The tool is double-ended to provide two cutting ends. The round shank accommodates most drill chucks.
Combined drill and countersinks are fluted cutting tools that drill a shallow hole with a conical or gradually widened opening, also known as a countersink, into the surface of a workpiece. These tools, also called combined drill countersinks, drill-point countersinks or center drills, are commonly used to create center holes that act as a bearing surface for a machine center. Some types reduce the two-step process of creating a countersunk pilot hole into one.
Magafor manufactures precision cutting tools, including counterbores, countersinks, deburring tools, and end mills. The company, founded in 1937, is headquartered in Fontenay-sous-Bois, France.