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Standard Carbide Drill for General Machining Applications


The Standard Carbide drill lineup consists of a variety of different drill designs, made to OSG quality standards at a value-added price point that is friendly to any tooling budget. An economical solution without sacrificing consistent tolerancing and precision.


Micrograin carbide

Superior hardness & wear resistance versus High Speed Steel

Multiple Coatings

Bright, TiN, TiCN and TiAlN available

OSG Quality Certified

Performance and quality are the same every time, tool after tool.

Application Guide

ISO Work Material Recommended
P Low Carbon Steel : 1010, 1018
P Medium Carbon Steel : 1035, 1045
P High Carbon Steel : 1065
P Alloy Steels : 4140, 4340
P Die Steels
M Stainless Steels : 300
M Stainless Steels : 400
M Stainless Steels : 17-4PH
K Cast Iron
N Aluminum : 6061, 7075
N Aluminum : Casting
S Nickel Alloy : Inconel
S Titanium : 6AL4V (30HRC)
H Hardened Steels : ~35 HRC
H Hardened Steels : 35-45 HRC
H Hardened Steels : 45-50 HRC
H Hardened Steels : 50-70 HRC

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Cast Aluminum, Cast iron, Carbon Steels, Alloy Steel, Die Steel, Stainless Steel, Hardened Steel <45Rc


When budgets are tight and economical alternatives are required up front.

Additional Information

When grinding or regrinding industrial cutting tools, residual grinding dust may occur. This dust may contain chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
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