An auger is a device for moving material or liquid by means of a rotating helical flighting. The material is moved along the axis of rotation. A drill bit uses this mechanism to remove shavings from a hole being drilled. For some uses the helical flighting is enclosed in a tube, for other uses the flighting is not encased. ...more on Wikipedia about "Auger"
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A Brace or Brace and bit is a hand tool used to drill holes, usually in wood. Pressure is applied to the top and the tool is rotated with a U-shaped grip. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brace (tool)"
A die head is a threading die that is used in the high volume production of threaded components. ...more on Wikipedia about "Die head"
A drill is a tool with a rotating drill bit used for drilling holes in various materials. Drills are commonly used in woodworking and metalworking. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drill"
Drill bits are the cutters of drill tools. Bits are interchangeable, meaning that they can be removed from the end of the drill, either to replace a worn part or to change the size of the part. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drill bit"
The shank is the part of a drill bit grasped by the chuck of a drill. The cutting edges of the drill bit are at one end, and the shank is at the other. Different styles of shank/chuck combination deliver different perfomance, such as allowing higher torque or greater centering accuracy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drill bit shank" Pure shortopedia. Pure Information Power.
The image shows a long series drill compared to its diametric equivalents, all are 11/32 inch in diameter. The equivalent morse taper drill shown in the middle is of the usual length for a taper shank drill. The lower drill bit is the jobber or parallel shank equivalent. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drill bit sizes"
Drilling is the process of using a drill bit in a drill to produce holes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drilling and threading"
A pin chuck is a small work holding device. It is often used to hold small drills (<1mm) that would not be held securely in a normal (1mm–13mm) drill chuck. The drill is inserted into the pin chuck and tightened, the pin chuck is then inserted into the larger drill chuck so that the operation can continue. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pin chuck"
A tap wrench is a hand tool used to operate any small tool that has a square driving head as part of its body. These are usually cutting tools, of which the most common are taps. Other small hand tools, such as hand reamers, may also employ a tap wrench. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tap wrench"
Taps and dies are tools commonly used in metalworking for the cutting of screw threads in metal parts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Taps and dies"
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