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HAve clausing 1650. Large Drill bits overheat and

HAve clausing 1650. Large Drill bits overheat and basically melt without cutting after initially starting. Bits show wear behind point.

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You should use a honing type of oil when drilling with large bits. There is a tremendous amount of friction and the oil keeps the bits cooler when cutting.

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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