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    Solid Carbide Core Drills

    .859” diameter with a .787” shank
    7” long flutes 9” over all length.
    Quantity 3

    .920” diameter 10” o.a.l. (7” of flutes) .983” shank diameter
    Quantity 1

    1.042” diameter 7.5” o.a.l.(5” flutes) .983” shank diameter
    Quantity 1

    .920 diameter Carbide tipped 10” o.a.l. (2.5’’ flutes) .983 shank diameter
    Quantity 1

    All of them have through the tool coolant holes.

    $50 each or $250 for all plus shipping

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBLatheman View Post
    Solid Carbide Core Drills

    .859” diameter with a .787” shank
    7” long flutes 9” over all length.
    Quantity 3

    .920” diameter 10” o.a.l. (7” of flutes) .983” shank diameter
    Quantity 1

    1.042” diameter 7.5” o.a.l.(5” flutes) .983” shank diameter
    Quantity 1

    .920 diameter Carbide tipped 10” o.a.l. (2.5’’ flutes) .983 shank diameter
    Quantity 1

    All of them have through the tool coolant holes.

    $50 each or $250 for all plus shipping

    Ted
    [email protected]
    The paper work I have with these calls them core drills. They don’t look like any core drills I’m familiar with. These are 2 fluted and ground flat with a teet in the center.
    What would you call them?
    They could be re-ground to have a regular drill point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBLatheman View Post
    The paper work I have with these calls them core drills. They don’t look like any core drills I’m familiar with. These are 2 fluted and ground flat with a teet in the center.
    What would you call them?
    They could be re-ground to have a regular drill point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBLatheman View Post
    The paper work I have with these calls them core drills. They don’t look like any core drills I’m familiar with. These are 2 fluted and ground flat with a teet in the center.
    What would you call them?
    They could be re-ground to have a regular drill point.
    ...offers?...

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