- Plain-style combined drill and countersink creates a 60-degree countersink, which can be used as a center hole for machine centers
- 118-degree conventional point drills a center hole while the two right-hand cutting flutes clear chips away to prevent clogging
- Solid carbide is harder than high-speed or cobalt steel and provides longer tool life at higher speeds
- Uncoated (bright) finish has no additional surface treatment or coating
- Double-ended to provide two cutting ends
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Ultra Tool Series 560 Solid Carbide Combined Drill and Countersink, Uncoated Finish, Plain Style, 60-Degree Countersink
|Price:||$20.75 - $69.75|
|Brand Name||Ultra Tool|
|Finish Types||Uncoated (Bright)|
|Additional Features||Double End|
|Cutting Angle||60 Degrees|
|Style Name||center drill|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
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The Ultra Tool Series 560 solid carbide combined drill and countersink with uncoated (bright) finish has a plain style to create a center hole with a 60-degree countersink that can be used as a center hole for machine centers. The 118-degree conventional point drills a center hole, while the two spiral flutes clear chips away to prevent clogging. Solid carbide is harder than high-speed or cobalt steel and provides longer tool life at higher speeds. 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.
Ultra Tool manufactures reamers, grinding burs, drill bits, and other rotary cutting tools. The company, founded in 1972 and headquartered in Huntington Beach, CA, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 9001:2000.