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  • Product Image-Style 470 Carbide Tip, RHS, RHC Chucking Reamer

    Right hand spiral, right hand cut construction has better chip evacuation when used on ductile materials or blind holes.

    • Polished flutes for smooth chip flow.
    • Carbide tipped, high speed steel bodies.
    • Precision ground cutting edges.
    • Use decimal size range column to determine the overall length, flute length and shank dimensions for modified and grind down reamers.

  • Product Image-Style 450 Carbide Tip, Straight Flute, RHC Chucking Reamer

    General purpose reaming of aluminum, cast iron, steels, plastics, and other abrasive materials.

    • Polished flutes for smooth chip flow.
    • Carbide tipped, high speed steel bodies.
    • Straight flute, right hand cut.
    • Precision ground cutting edges.
    • Use decimal size range column to determine the overall length, flute length and shank dimensions for modified and grind down reamers.

  • Product Image-Style 480 Carbide Tip, Full Flute Carbide, RHC Chucking Reamer

    Full flute carbide provides precision hole tolerances on high production runs in aluminum, cast iron, steel, plastics and other abrasive materials.

    • Polished flutes for smooth chip flow.
    • Carbide tipped, high speed steel bodies.
    • Straight flute, right hand cut.
    • Precision ground cutting edges.
    • Use decimal size range column to determine the overall length, flute length and shank dimensions for modified and grind down reamers only.

  • Product Image-Style 490 Carbide Tip, Expansion Style, RHC Chucking Reamer

    An expansion adjustment screw is used to compensate for wear by allowing the reamer to be reground to its original size.

    • Polished flutes for smooth chip flow.
    • Carbide tipped, high speed steel bodies.
    • Straight flute, right hand cut.
    • Precision ground cutting edges.
    • This is not an adjustable reamer for producing holes of different sizes.
    • These reamers have less rigidity than conventional solid types and must be used accordingly. Excessive amounts of stock removal will result in poorly finished holes.