Counter sinks

  1. rosinante

    rosinante Member

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    Just a quick one fellas , I need a large 16 mm ish countersink , it is important that it doesn't dig in or chatter to much in a handheld drill , to be used in hardwood ,
    Cheers
     
  2. frank horton

    frank horton V twins are great but 4"s rule.........

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    guess u'll need 1 of those multi edged HSS bit's.....
    finding 1 that large, well not every store will carry them...
     
  3. slim_boy_fat

    slim_boy_fat Forum Supporter

  4. John Hale Member

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  5. hunter27

    hunter27 Pete

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    And there :laughing:was me thinking it was a plumbing question
     
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  6. 8ob

    8ob Member

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    I was thinking of floodwater in a shop .

    Bob
     
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  7. mike os

    mike os just a little insane.....

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  8. Arclikeharrypotter Member

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    Northampton
    These. I've got a couple sets and they trump my sherwood set. And on oar with my dormer bits.
    https://www.wnt.com/mastertool/product/Cutting Tools/Drilling/Reaming and Countersinking/Countersinks/Countersinks/HSS Countersinks/Set form C-90 °/SET-9SE-9N-96-630-20-650-990°-9C-9DIN335 HSS COUNTERSINK SET 30100999
     
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