Dormer 14pc Set, features E500 straight flute taps and A002 TiN Coated Jobber Drills is ideal for a wide range of general purpose machining applications. It features the Dormer E500 straight flute taps and A002 TiN coated jobber drills.
E500 Metric coarse straight flute taps: M3, M4, M5, M6, M8, M10 & M12
Straight flute taps are the only type of taps that can be used by hand, but they may also be used in a machine if required. They can be used for either through or blind holes. When tapping blind holes straight flute taps should be used in sets.
Tolerance: Class 2 for 6H Fit.
Surface treatment: Bright.
Material: HSS High Speed Steel.
Chamfer No: 1,2 and 3, Serial no 4 and 5.
Flute Geometry: Straight Flutes.
A002 HSS-TiN Coated Jobber Drills : 2.5mm, 3.3mm, 4.2mm, 5.0mm, 6.8mm, 8.5mm and 10.2mm.
General purpose drills, made from High Speed Steel with a Titanium Nitride coating for longer life, with good self centring capability on a wide range of materials.
Particularly suitable for aluminium and other abrasive materials. Ideal for drilling wood and chipboard.
Suitable for both hand and machine use.
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