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    Reamers

    Enlarge holes to exact inch, metric, wire gauge, or letter sizes. Reamers also smooth the walls of holes. Note: Never rotate the reamer in the reverse direction of the cut. This will ruin its accuracy.
    3D CAD models availableFor technical drawings and 3-D models, click on a part number.
    Round Shank
    The most common shank type, it fits in the chuck of drill presses, turret lathes, and other machine and power tools. Also known as chucking reamers.
    Use high-speed steel reamers for general purpose reaming on a wide variety of materials.
    Cobalt steel reamers offer better heat and abrasion resistance than high-speed steel reamers to run up to 25% faster for a longer tool life. They're commonly used on hard-to-machine materials such as nickel alloys, stainless steel, and titanium.
    Right-hand spirals pull chips upward as they cut, so they’re often used in blind holes.
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    Straight flutes are used for general purpose cutting. Since chips are forced forward into the hole, they perform best in through-hole applications.
    19/64"0.2969"High-Speed Steel1 1/2"6"6__0" to 0.0002"Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel2995A122$26.80
    19/64"0.2969"Cobalt Steel1 1/2"6"6__0" to 0.0002"Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Hardened Steel, Iron, Nickel, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel, Titanium, Tool Steel2975A6138.10
    Spiral flutes clear chips better than straight flutes. The choice for keyways and other applications with a break in the hole's surface.
    19/64"0.2969"High-Speed Steel1 1/2"6"6Right Hand0" to 0.0002"Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel3106A2727.84
    Threaded Shank with Built-In Pilot
    Use with power drills that have a 1/4"-28 threaded spindle or adapter. A built-in pilot maintains alignment in the hole.
    Use high-speed steel reamers for general purpose reaming on a wide variety of materials.
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    Straight flutes are used for general purpose cutting. Since chips are forced forward into the hole, they perform best in through-hole applications.
    19/64"0.2969"0.288"High-Speed Steel1/4"-281 1/8"1/4"2 3/8"645°0" to 0.0002"-0.001" to 0"Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel2585A39$52.70

    Hole-Alignment Reamers

    Straighten, enlarge, and deburr misaligned and overlapping holes. Also known as bridge, car, and aligning reamers, they have a tapered tip for easy entry into misaligned holes. Note: Never rotate the reamer in the reverse direction of the cut. This will ruin its accuracy.
    3D CAD models availableFor technical drawings and 3-D models, click on a part number.
    Round Shank with Safety Collar
    A collar on the shank prevents you from reaming past the cutting edge. Reamers have a round shank that fits in the chuck of drill presses, turret lathes, and other machine and power tools. Also known as chucking reamers.
    Use high-speed steel reamers for general purpose reaming on a wide variety of materials.
    Left-hand spirals push chips downward as they cut, so they’re often used in through holes.
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    Spiral flutes clear chips better than straight flutes. The choice for keyways and other applications with a break in the hole's surface.
    9/16"0.5625"0.2969"High-Speed Steel4 1/8"6 1/4"Left Hand0" to 0.0050"Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel2743A31$58.24

    Reamer Sets

    Keep a variety of reamer sizes on hand for enlarging holes to exact inch, metric, or wire gauge sizes. Reamers also smooth the walls of holes. Note: Never rotate the reamer in the reverse direction of the cut. This will ruin its accuracy.
    3D CAD models availableFor technical drawings and 3-D models, click on a part number.
    Round Shank
    With Metal Case (29 Pieces)
    With Wood Case (29 Pieces)
    With Roll Pouch
    With Wood Case (13 Pieces)
    With Metal Case (25 Pieces)
    With Metal Case (20 Pieces)
    With Metal Case (60 Pieces)
    The most common shank type, it fits in the chuck of drill presses, turret lathes, and other machine and power tools. Also known as chucking reamers.
    Use high-speed steel reamers for general purpose reaming on a wide variety of materials.
    Right-hand spirals pull chips upward as they cut, so they’re often used in blind holes.
    Sizes Included
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    of
    Pieces
    Material
    Spiral
    Direction
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    Straight flutes are used for general purpose cutting. Since chips are forced forward into the hole, they perform best in through-hole applications.
    1/16"-1/2" (increments of 1/64")29High-Speed Steel__Metal CaseAluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel3008A17$754.51
    1/16"-1/2" (increments of 1/64")29High-Speed Steel__Wood CaseAluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel3008A8781.88
    Spiral flutes clear chips better than straight flutes. The choice for keyways and other applications with a break in the hole's surface.
    1/16"-1/2" (increments of 1/64")29High-Speed SteelRight HandMetal CaseAluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel3008A9873.53

    Drill-Length Reamer Sets

    Shorter than standard-length reamers for rigidity, these can be used in the same tools as jobbers' drill bits to size and smooth holes. Sets include a variety of reamer sizes. Note: Never rotate the reamer in the reverse direction of the cut. This will ruin its accuracy.
    3D CAD models availableFor technical drawings and 3-D models, click on a part number.
    Round Shank
    13-Piece Set
    29-Piece Set
    26-Piece Set
    60-Piece Set
    15-Piece Set
    The most common shank type, it fits in the chuck of drill presses, turret lathes, and other machine and power tools. Also known as chucking reamers.
    Use high-speed steel reamers for general purpose reaming on a wide variety of materials.
    Sizes Included
    Number
    of
    Pieces
    Material
    Container
    Type
    For Use On
    Set
    Straight flutes are used for general purpose cutting. Since chips are forced forward into the hole, they perform best in through-hole applications.
    1/16"-1/4" (increments of 1/64")13High-Speed SteelMetal CaseAluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel3008A1$194.94
    1/16"-1/2" (increments of 1/64")29High-Speed SteelMetal CaseAluminum, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel3008A2604.85