3-flute carbide drill with oil hole is a type of cutting tool used for drilling holes in various materials. The drill bit has three cutting edges or flutes that help to remove material from the hole being drilled. The carbide material used for the drill bit is a hard and durable material that can withstand high temperatures and pressures.
The oil hole in the drill bit is designed to provide lubrication to the cutting edges, reducing friction and heat buildup during the drilling process. This helps to extend the life of the drill bit and improve the quality of the hole being drilled.
3-flute carbide drills with oil holes are commonly used in metalworking applications, such as drilling holes in steel, aluminum, and other metals. They are also used in woodworking, plastics, and other materials that require precise and efficient drilling.
The unique R gash geometry enables high thrust resistance and exceptional chip control, which are common challenges of 3-flute drills.
With its low cutting resistance capability comparable to 2-flute drills, it is able to create short and compact chips stably.