Re: [atlas_craftsman] thread dial (Rick)
- At 02:05 PM 8/2/2001, Bob May wrote:
>I guess that my #81-#120 drill set really doesn't exist.Of course not, anything that small *must* be your imagination! <g> How big
is a #120?
David Beierl - Providence, RI USA
6 (or 3)" Atlas lathe ca. 1941
< Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2001 11:05:59 -0700
< From: "Bob May" <bobmay@...>
<Subject: Re: thread dial (Rick)
<I guess that my #81-#120 drill set really doesn't exist.
Hi ! Bob,
My J. I. Morris Co. catalog (precision miniature threads and tools) Tables
and Specifications page lists drills #81 (.0130) to #97 (.0059). They do
not sell these drills. Listing is only informational.
J. I. Morris Co., 394 Elm Street, Southbridge, MA, 01550 - Tel. 508
764-4394 - Fax 508 764-7350
Micro drills are listed in the McMaster - Carr Supply Company's catalog.
M. C., New Brunswick, NJ, 08903-0440 - Tel 201 329-6666 - Fax 201 329-3772
They have High Speed drills from .0059 to .0197 and Cobalt Steel drills
.0019 to .0197. In straight shank style only.
Also try jeweler's tool catalogs for a source of these Micro Drills
These Micro Drills come in two styles, straight shanks and heavy shanks with
short drill flutes which helps minimize the breakage in these small diameter
Art Herrick artship@...