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    Reamers
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    Finish holes to precise inch, metric, wire gauge, or letter sizes with these reamers.
    Round Shank
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    Straight Flute

    These reamers fit in the chuck of drill presses, turret lathes, and other machine and power tools, making them the most common shank type.
    Straight Flute—The most common flute style, these reamers are suitable for a wide range of applications, but not recommended for holes with a keyway or other breaks in the surface.
    High-Speed Steel—Durable and wear resistant, these are good for general purpose reaming in most materials.
    Carbide—For the highest level of accuracy when cutting hard materials, these are our hardest, strongest, and most wear-resistant reamers. They're used on materials such as iron, hardened steel, steel alloys, and plastic. Their hardness means they are brittle, so a highly rigid setup, such as a CNC machine, is necessary to prevent the reamer from breaking.
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    Straight Flute
     
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    0.1060"High-Speed Steel7/8"3 1/2"40" to 0.0002"Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel8803A219$22.12
    0.1060"Carbide5/8"2 1/4"40" to 0.0002"Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Fiberglass, Iron, Nickel, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel, Titanium, Tool Steel, Hardened Steel8307A14640.88
     
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