Precision Twist Drill 5996086 CO501-6 Type J Extra Length Heavy Duty Aircraft Extension Drill, #40 Drill - Wire, 0.098 in Drill - Decimal Inch, 135 deg Point, HSS-E

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  • Type: Type J Extra Length Heavy Duty
  • Series: CO501-6
  • Drill Size - Wire: #40
  • Drill Size - Decimal Inch: 0.0433, 0.098
  • Overall Length: 6
  • Cutting Depth: 4xD
  • Number of Flutes: 2
  • Flute Type: Spiral
  • Flute Length: 1-3/8
  • Shank Size: 0.098
  • Shank Type: Straight
  • Point Angle: 135, 135 deg
  • Point Type: Self-Centering/Split, Split/Self-Centering
  • Cutting Direction: Right Hand
  • Cutting Edge Material: HSS-E
  • Material: HSS-E, HSS-E-Co
  • Finish: Bronze
  • Applicable Materials: Alloy Steel, Hardened and Tempered Steel, Titanium, Nickel, Lamellar Graphite and Nodular Graphite/Malleable Cast Iron
  • Letter/Wire Size: #40
Precision Twist Drill Aircraft Extension Drill, Type J Extra Length Heavy Duty, Series: CO501-6, #40 Drill - Wire, 0.098 in Drill - Decimal Inch, 6 in Overall Length, 4XD Cutting Depth, 2 Flutes, Spiral Flute, 1-3/8 in Flute Length, 0.098 in Shank, Straight Shank, 135 deg Point, Split/Self-Centering Point, Right Hand Cutting Direction, HSS-E Cutting Edge, HSS-E, Bronze, Applicable Materials: Alloy Steel, Hardened and Tempered Steel, Titanium, Nickel, Lamellar Graphite and Nodular Graphite/Malleable Cast Iron
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  • Cobalt is harder tha
  • Cobalt is harder than high speed steel and provides better wear-resistance
  • It is commonly used on high tensile alloys
  • Oxide gold finish pr
  • Oxide gold finish provides a polished finish and prevents chip building, galling and weldi
  • It is commonly used
  • It is commonly used on low carbon, stainless steel and ferrous metals
  • Low thrust design se
  • Low thrust design self-centering 135 deg split point for easier penetration, cobalt base m
  • Tapered web configur
  • Tapered web configuration
  • No coolant channel
Cobalt is harder than high speed steel and provides better wear-resistance
Cobalt is harder than high speed steel and provides better wear-resistance
It is commonly used on high tensile alloys
Oxide gold finish provides a polished finish and prevents chip building, galling and welding on a workpiece
Oxide gold finish provides a polished finish and prevents chip building, galling and welding on a workpiece
It is commonly used on low carbon, stainless steel and ferrous metals
It is commonly used on low carbon, stainless steel and ferrous metals
Low thrust design self-centering 135 deg split point for easier penetration, cobalt base material with bronze oxide for wear resistance and lubricityWeb-thinned
Low thrust design self-centering 135 deg split point for easier penetration, cobalt base material with bronze oxide for wear resistance and lubricityWeb-thinned
Tapered web configuration
Tapered web configuration
No coolant channel