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Your Guide to Reamers

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Choosing the right tools and knowing how to use them can be difficult. Learn about reamers and the different types that are out there to ensure accuracy for your next big job!

Choosing the right tools and knowing how to use them can be difficult. Learn about reamers and the different types that are out there to ensure accuracy for your next big job!

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  • 1. YOUR GUIDE TO REAMERS
  • 2. A reamer is a drill bit used to enlarge or shape holes that have been previously drilled
  • 3. There are various types of hand and machine reamers. Choosing the correct one can make a significant impact on any job. Here are a few of our favorites…
  • 4. • Adjustable • Multi-fluted • Slightly enlarge holes to a precise diameter • Smoother finish Hand expansion reamers
  • 5. • Multi-fluted • Enlarge previously formed holes precisely and smoothly • Use with shell reamer arbor • Recommended for large holes of 3/4" diameter or greater Machine shell reamers
  • 6. • Multi-fluted • Used to resize and clean up previously formed holes prior to tapping • Taper is 3/4" per foot • Left-hand spiral • Right-hand cut Hand tapered pipe reamers
  • 7. • Multi-fluted • Used to enlarge previously formed holes to a precise diameter with a smoother finish • Tapered shank are used in a Morse taper socket toolholder in standard portable/stationary machines • Suitable cutting oils or appropriate coolant fluids are recommended for most reaming operations Machin e bridge reamer s
  • 8. • Used for resizing multiple hole diameters • Precise diameter with smooth finish • Blades move within tapered slots by loosening the nut at one end and tightening it at the other • Blades can be re-ground or replaced Hand adjustable blade reamers
  • 9. • Multi-fluted • Used to resize and refinish previously formed holes to fit standard taper pins • Best economical choice for shops producing taper pin holes by machine reaming • Left-hand spiral Mach ine taper ed ream ers