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Drilling Holes
Session 11
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Drill Press Safety
1. Do not operate before understanding
operation including how to stop
2. Always were approved safety glasses
3. Never attempt to hold work by hand
4. Keep your head back from revolving
parts
5. As drill begins to break through work,
ease up on drill pressure
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Drill Press Safety
6. Always remove burrs from drilled hole
with file or deburring tool
7. Never leave chuck key in drill chuck
8. Never attempt to grab work that may
have caught in drill
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Stop machine first
9. Always keep floor around drill press
clean and free of tools, chips, and oil
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Drilling Hints
1. Treat cutting tools with care
2. Always examine condition of drill
point before use – do not use dull
tools
3. Make sure drill point angle correct for
type of material to be drilled
4. Set correct revolutions per minute for
size of drill and workpiece material
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Drilling Hints
5. Set up work so drill will not cut into
machine as it breaks through
workpiece
6. Work should always be clamped
securely
7. End of workpiece farthest from hole
should be placed on left-hand side of
table so it will not swing toward
operator
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Drilling Hints
9. Use shortest drill Always clean
tapered drill shank, sleeve, and
machine spindle before inserting drill
10. length possible and/or hold it short in
chuck
10. Good practice to start each hole with
center drill
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Provides guide for drill to follow
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Drilling Hints
11. Thin workpieces should be clamped
to hardwood block for drilling
12. Chips from each flute should be
same
shape; if blue during drilling, check
drill point condition
13. Drill squeak usually indicates dull drill
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Drilling Hints
14. When increased pressure must be
applied during drilling, reason
usually dull drill or chip caught in
hole between drill and work
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Determining Size of a Drill
• Good practice to always check drill for
size before drilling
• Checking for size
• Drill gage
• Micrometer
• Most accurate
• Check measurement across margin of drill
9
Spotting Hole Location With
a Spotting Drill
• Chisel end on drill wider than centerpunch mark on work
• Spot center-punch mark with spotting drill
Small point on spotting drill will accurately follow
center-punch mark and provide guide for larger drill
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Spotting Hole Location
With a Spotting Drill
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Mount small-size spotting drill
Mount work in vise
Set drill speed to 1500 r/min
Bring point of spotting drill into centerpunch mark and allow work to center
itself with drill point
5. Continue drill until proper diameter has
been produced
6. Spot all holes to be drilled
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Spotting Hole
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Drilling Work Held in a Vise
1. Spot hole location with spotting drill
2. Mount correct-size drill in drill chuck
3. Set drill press to proper speed for size
of drill and type of material to be
drilled
4. Fasten clamp or stop on left side of
table
5. Mount work on parallels in drill vise
and tighten it securely
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Drilling Work Held in a Vise
6. With vise against table stop, locate
spotted hole under center of drill
7. Start drill press spindle and begin to
drill
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Holes up to ½ in. – hold vise against
table
Holes over ½ in. – Clamp vise to table
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Drill until full drill point into work
With drill revolving, deep drill point in work
and tighten clamp holding vise
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Drilling Work Held in a Vise
8. Raise drill occasionally to break the
chip
9. Apply cutting fluid during drilling
10. Ease up on drilling pressure as drill
starts to break through workpiece
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Drilling to a Layout
1. Clean and coat surface with layout dye
2. Locate position of hole from
two machined edges of
workpiece and scribe lines
3. Lightly prick-punch where two lines
intersect
4. Check accuracy of punch mark
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Drilling to a Layout
5. Spot drill work to just beyond depth of
drill point
6. Mount proper size drill in machine and
drill hole to depth
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Drilling With Large Drills
• Drills increase in size; thickness of web
also increases to give drill strength
• Thicker web, thicker point of drill
• Thick web won’t follow center-punch mark
easily
• Two methods to overcome poor cutting
action of thick web on large drills
• Web is thinned
• Lead, or pilot, hole is drilled
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Pilot Holes
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Drill pilot hole diameter which is
slightly larger than thickness of web
Care must be taken to drill pilot hole
on center
Pilot hole then followed with larger drill
Problems when pilot hole too large
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Cause chattering
Drill hole out-of-round
Spoil top (mouth) of hole
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Drilling with Pilot Holes
1. Check print and select proper drill
2. Measure thickness of web at point
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Select pilot drill with diameter slightly
larger than web thickness
3. Mount workpiece on table
4. Adjust height and position of table so
drill chuck can be removed and larger
drill placed in spindle after pilot hole
drilled and lock table
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Drilling with Pilot Holes
5. Place center drill in drill chuck, set
proper spindle speed, accurately drill
center hole
6. Using proper-size pilot drill, drill pilot
hole
7. Shut off machine, leaving pilot drill in
hole
8. Clamp work securely to table
9. Raise drill spindle, remove drill and
chuck
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Drilling with Pilot Holes
10. Clean taper shank of drill and spindle
hole
11. Mount large drill in spindle
12. Set spindle speed, feed and drill hole to
required depth
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