Definition of Straight-fluted drill

1. Noun. A rock drill with flutes that are straight.

Exact synonyms: Straight Flute
Generic synonyms: Bore Bit, Borer, Rock Drill, Stone Drill



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Straight-fluted Drill

straggling
stragglingly
straggly
strags
strahlstein
straicht
straight-arm
straight-armed
straight-arming
straight-arms
straight-backed
straight-chain
straight-faced
straight-fluted drill (current term)
straight-forward
straight-from-the-shoulder
straight-jacket
straight-joint
straight-laced
straight-line method
straight-line method of depreciation
straight-out
straight-sets
straight A
straight As
straight and narrow
straight angle
straight arch

Literary usage of Straight-fluted drill

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1. Machine Tool Operation by Henry D. Burghardt (1922)
"Taper shank straight fluted drill. more, and in metric sizes, ranging from .4 mm. ... The Straight Fluted Drill. — For drilling brass, copper or other soft ..."

2. Mechanical Engineering and Machine Shop Practice by Stanley Holmes Moore (1908)
"The straight-fluted drill. The commercial drill of this variety is made of ... Taper Shank straight-fluted drill. running parallel to the axis of the drill. ..."

3. Modern Drilling Practice: A Treatise on the Use of Various Type of Single by Edward K. Hammond (1919)
"To overcome this trouble, profitable use may be made of a straight-fluted drill of the form shown at E, Fig. 1. By having two straight flutes in this type ..."

4. Modern Drilling Practice: A Treatise on the Use of Various Type of Single by Edward K. Hammond (1919)
"To overcome this trouble, profitable use may be made of a straight-fluted drill of the form shown at E, Fig. i. By having two straight flutes in this type ..."

5. Machine Tool Operation by Henry D. Burghardt (1919)
"Taper shank straight fluted drill. but on larger sizes, as the drill is shortened, it becomes necessary to grind the point somewhat thinner. ..."

6. Supplement to Encyclopædia Britannica (ninth Edition): A Dictionary of Arts (1889)
"The spiral of the grooves gives the cutting- The straight-fluted drill is one whose body is turned as before, but has two grooves instead of flats, ..."

7. Modern Shop Practice: A General Reference Work by Howard Monroe Raymond, American Technical Society (1916)
"The cutting lips are then backed off, and the drill hardened high enough up so that A Fig. 27. Straightway or Straight Fluted Drill Courtesy of L'nion ..."

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