Drills

Drills

INSTRUCTIONS

DRILL SIZE, CUTTING SPEED AND MATERIAL

When selecting a suitable model of drill for your application, it should be chosen on the basis of drill bit size and suitable cutting speed for the material to be drilled. The table below shows the recommended drill bit sizes for different speeds when drilling some common materials. The figures in the table are based on drill speeds at normal pressure and the minimum torque in conjunction with drill breakthrough. The table only shows which drill bit sizes give the cutting speeds within the ranges stated. Note that it is quite possible to drill with smaller diameter drill bits, i.e. at lower cutting speeds.
In order to obtain a sufficient cutting force when applying feed pressure by hand, pre-drilling is recommended for drill bit sizes above 8 mm when drilling in mild steel, soft cast iron, malleable iron as well as for holes larger than 6 mm in forged steel and stainless steel.
Fuji Drills are light weight with a sturdy construction. Their practical design represents Fuji's latest developments in drills technology. Fuji offers a complete line of drills with a drilling capacity range from 2 mm to 100 mm.

Suggested Cutting Speed (min-1) for Drilling



DRILLS FEATURES



DRILLS

STRAIGHT TYPE







ACCESSORIES




PISTOL/REAR EXHAUST TYPE





GRIP HANDLE MEDIUM SIZE DRILLS





HEAVY-DUTY DRILLS





BABY ANGLE DRILLS

BABY ANGLE DRILLS

Fuji Baby Angle Drills are equipped with a compact head (low height and side-to-center head dimensions) to allow these tools to be used in confined areas. Ball and needle bearings used throughout angle heads provide long service life and less spindle run-out.







CORNER DRILLS





CORNER DRILLS

HEAVY-DUTY CORNER DRILLS (NON-REVERSIBLE)







HEAVY-DUTY CORNER DRILLS (REVERSIBLE)








DRILLS

ACCESSORIES

COLLET CHUCKS, SNAKE DRILLS, ATTACHMENT AND PADS FOR FCD-6A, 6B AND 6EX



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