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Carbide Counterbore for our Extra Small Corby .189" cutting with .125" pilot

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DTSB-CCT-CB-147379
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J5.8
$60.00
Carbide Counterbore for our Extra Small Corby .189" cutting with .125" pilot

Carbide Counterbores

 

Major Diameter (shoulder): .189/190”

Minor Diameter (pilot): .125”

Material: Carbide

Type: One piece - non-removable pilot

 

Fits our EXTRA SMALL Corby bolts that are .187" Shoulder Diameter with .125" shaft Diameter

Extra Small Corby - 303SS

Extra Small Corby - Brass


We had these carbide counterbores custom fabricated for us to our diameters and tolerances to exactly fit our Corby bolts.

(We currently have 4 sizes of counterbores and 5 sizes of Corby bolts. We will be ordering the 5th size right away so we have all of them covered.)

 

The major diameter is slightly oversize to compensate for the material being relieved to shrink back.

When drilling G10 or Micarta™ (or other fabric phenolic) the material shrinks back slightly. In other words if you drill a .125” diameter hole in canvas micarta, it is going to finish around .123” in actual diameter. We had these counterbores sized to take into account the hole shrinking in size.

 

These are carbide so they should last a very long time if you are drilling wood, g10 or phenolic. They will also relieve metal like stainless or titanium but expect them to wear faster. Like all drills, consider these a consumable. Eventually, they will wear enough they have to be replaced. Since they are carbide, they will snap if subjected to side loads where a regular drill bit could handle it. Secure your work piece and keep your drilling straight up and down. If you snap one of these, you own both pieces.

 

To use these:

Locate and drill the minor diameter (pilot) holes in your handle material. Insert the counterbore and align the holes and secure your work piece or hold on tight so you don’t bend and break the carbide counterbore. Drill just deep enough for the major diameter to hold the scale in place after your grind the excess corby bolt head away. I eyeball this but you can also set up a gauge and countersink to your exact depth. If you are doing several, use the drill stop on your drill press (finally a use for that!) to set the depth of the counterbore and drill all of them at once. The drill stops occasionally move so check your work frequently in case it slips and goes too deep.

 

NOTE: We have several sizes of counterbores pictured for clarity of illustration. You are ordering one counterbore of the size shown above.

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Our warehouse will be closed through April 10th, 2020, as a result of Minnesota’s state wide Stay at Home Order.
All orders placed now through April 10th will be sent once the Stay at Home Order is lifted, our team will get your order shipped as fast as possible.

During this time we will still be answering all phone calls and emails. - Follow our COVID-19 updates here.