Jobber Drills

Two-Tone
The Two-Tone multiple application drill has been designed with a unique multi-layer coating, split point, and modified web construction to allow a wider range of applications, reduced thrust requirements, and increased rigidity.
Hyper
The Hyper General Purpose drill has been designed with a ferrous oxide surface trearment to increase lubricity and 118 degree point to allow a general range of applications in steel.
Left Hand
Left-hand bits are predominantly used in the repetition engineering industry on screw machines or drilling heads. They allow a machining operation to continue when the spindle cannot be reversed.
Bright Finish
Bright Finish drills have been designed with a 118 degree point and polished flutes to allow a general range of applications in non-ferrous materials.
TIN Coated
Titanium Nitride surface treated drills produce very low frictional properties and extremely high surface hardness, significantly increasing wear resistance under a wide range of conditions.
Cobalt
The main advantage of cobalt drills is that they hold their hardness at much higher temperatures, so they are used to drill stainless steel and other hard materials.
Cobalt OM200 Parabolic
The DR11 is a cobalt drill that has been combined with a parabolic flute to dramatically increase the core strength by lowering the flute to land ratio making the drill very heavy duty.
TIN Coated Cobalt OM200 Parabolic
The DR115 adds to all the benefits of a DR11 by including a Titanium Nitride surface finish significantly increasing wear resistance under a wide range of conditions.
Cobalt COR-L Zircon
New cutting edge technology. Cor-L drills have a unique convex curved cutting lip which in combination with other critical features. A drill which has a constant normal rake angle along the length of the drill lip. Zircon Coated

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