Drills for Any Job You Can Imagine

Drills are simple: you use them to make holes. What makes drills special, then, isn’t so much the holes they make but the materials they can handle. Drills are made with different designs for all these different materials, from aluminum, to steels, to plastics, and even to exotic materials. In order to handle all these materials and make holes to fit the screws needed for your job, drills do come in various sizes and can be made from different materials. At Aronson-Campbell Custom Grinding, we understand how many different applications a drill can have, so we’ll walk you through some considerations to help you choose exactly what you need.

Point Geometry

Drill points come in angles from 118° to 140°, or flat-bottomed, if you need to create a flat hole, reduce burrs, or drill through an irregular or tilted surface. Standard drills come with two flutes, but for improved chip evacuation and maximum rigidity, you can also choose a core drill with three or four flutes. Drills also feature a double-margin design for creating exceptional hole accuracy and a perfect finish with every use. Need a shallow or else a really deep hole? No worries. We can handle a variety of designs. Drills are commonly available for hole depths of three, five, eight, ten, or twelve times the cutter diameter, but with our modern designs we can help you achieve hole depths all the way up to thirty times the diameter.

Drill Variations

Need to control heat for high-production drilling? Choose our coolant-through option. Need to handle aluminum and aluminum alloys, or hardened steel and exotic materials? Ask for a high-performance drill. In most cases, you’ll want to choose solid carbide or high speed steel for the best results for your money. Carbide-tipped is also a cost-effective option.

So many options, so little time to sit and think them through. No worries – call us for expert advice on your order. Otherwise, if you’re feeling confident about what you need, fill out our simple form and send it our way so that we can get started on creating the custom drill that can make your job easier.

Standard (2-Flute) Drill

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Core Drill (3- or 4-flute)

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