Titanium-Nitride-Coated Step Drills

April 26, 2007
Titanium-nitride coating on step drills reduces friction and increases drill life by a factor of six uncoated step drills.

Titanium-Nitride-Coated Step Drills

All step drills have three flats ground on the shank, preventing the drill from slipping in the chuck. A balanced double flute provides two cutting edges for faster and easier cutting in most soft and hard materials. They are available with 14 and 38-in. shanks.

M. K. Morse Co.,
Box 8677, Canton, OH 44711,
(330) 453-8187,
mkmorse.com

 

 

 

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