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    Reamers

    Finish holes to precise inch, metric, wire gauge, or letter sizes with these reamers.
    Arbor Mount, For Round Shank
    Image of System. Reamer and Arbor (Sold Separately). Front orientation. Reamers. Reamers, Arbor Mount, For Round Shank, Straight Flute.
    Image of Product. Front orientation. Contains Annotated. Reamers. Reamers, Arbor Mount, For Round Shank, Straight Flute.

    Reamer and Arbor (Sold

    Separately)

    Straight Flute

    Pair these reamers with a compatible arbor (sold separately) to mount to your drill press or other machine. This setup lets you ream larger holes than other shank types. They’re also known as shell reamers.
    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.
    Lg.
    Arbors
    Reamer Dia.
    Material
    Arbor Hole
    Dia.
    Flute
    Overall
    No. of
    Flutes
    Cutting Dia.
    Tolerance
    For Use On
    Each
    Each
    Straight Flute
     
    Inch
    2.2500" (2 1/4")High-Speed Steel1 1/4"2 7/8"3 3/4"14-0.0002" to 0.0006"Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Stainless Steel, Steel, Tool Steel, Hardened Steel000000000000000000000000000
     

    Reamers for Deburring

    Smooth the inside and edges of holes with these reamers. Often used to finish holes in sheet metal or to remove burrs from the ends of cut pipe and conduit, they're also known as repairmen's reamers.
    L-Handle Shank
    Image of Product. Front orientation. Contains Annotated. Reamers. Reamers for Deburring, L-Handle Shank, Straight Flute.
    Image of Product. Front orientation. Contains Annotated. Reamers. Reamers for Deburring, L-Handle Shank, Spiral Flute.

    Straight Flute

    Spiral Flute

    Turn these reamers with the long ratcheting handle, which provides more leverage than a T-handle.
    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.
    Spiral Flute—Since these reamers clear chips better than straight flutes, they leave holes with a smoother finish. They're better for holes with breaks in the surface, such as a keyway, because they cut continuously across the breaks instead of moving in and out.
    Hardened Steel—Typically more economical but less durable than high-speed steel, these are for general purpose reaming.
    Right-Hand Spiral—These reamers pull chips upward as they cut, so they're often used in blind holes.
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    For Pipe
    Size
    Reamer Dia. (B to A)
    Material
    Flute
    Reamer
    Handle
    Ratcheting
    Handle
    No. of
    Flutes
    Spiral
    Direction
    For Deburring
    For Use On
    Each
    Straight Flute
     
    Inch
    1/8 to 20.2500" to 2.2500" (1/4" to 2 1/4")Hardened Steel6 3/8"6 5/8"16"5__Inner Pipe Edges, Inner Tube Edges, Inner Conduit EdgesAluminum, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel00000000000000
     
    Spiral Flute
     
    Inch
    1/4 to 20.1875" to 2.2500" (3/16" to 2 1/4")Hardened Steel5 1/8"6 7/8"16"6Right HandInner Pipe Edges, Inner Tube Edges, Inner Conduit EdgesAluminum, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel0000000000000
     
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