Anytime Tools 5 Center Drill Countersink Lathe Bit Mill Tooling Set
Top Quality M2 Hss, 5 Center Drill Countersink Lathe Bit Mill Tooling Set, Sizes 1, 2, Drill Accurate Center Holes In Material Prior To Turning, Or Use As A Starter Bit For Accurate Holes
Analysis of 300+ reviews for Anytime Tools 5 Center Drill Countersink Lathe Bit Mill Tooling Set
BestViewsReviews analyzed 4,597 reviews for 21 products in the Countersink Drill Bits category.
We analyzed a total of 385 reviews for this product out of which, 261 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 79% reviews were positive while around 18% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Anytime Tools 5 Center Drill Countersink Lathe Bit Mill Tooling Set
This product received a total score of 9.80 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:
Users of this product said
I was surprised that they cut better than my m42, which is 8% steel drill bits, because they are made with m2, a small amount of cobalt, which is good, but I didn't think they would cut through steel.
They are very handy to have next to your drill press, in your corded drill or next to your lathe, and I got them for a Christmas present from my sister-in-law.
If used with lathe, mill, or drill press, short OAL helps eliminate "walking", as it is good for curved and angle surfaces where jobber or aircraft bits wander and/or break.
The plastic case is nice and the finish on the center drills is acceptable.
I use them for soft materials, and they work well for them.
Question & Answers
What is the diameter of those machines that use collets and vertical mills?
The shanks are labeled #5HSS, #4HSS, #3HSS, #2HSS, and #1HSS which are meaningless to me.
Why would I buy something just to measure it and find it doesn't fit a standard collet?
They're used in drill chucks with morse taper.
Which place is this product made at?
They're made in China, but nothing about where they're made or where they're made. These work great in my lathe or drill press, but they're made in China, and nothing about where they're made or where they're made.
Everyone can use a lathe, but nobody uses bridgeports.
I use them in my drill press and my cordless for small holes, and they are great for breaking off the drill bit in the hole.
Are they good for drilling steel and iron metals or not?
Yes, they are good for drilling metal.