Posted by Bradracer18 on October 22, 2012 at 14:48:37 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: Drill Doctor posted by Popinjohn on October 18, 2012 at 17:30:13:
Well Bret, seens how you feel the need to put me down and argue with me, I'll continue.
No I haven't used a drill dr a lot, but I have a few times. Its limited because I didn't like the quality that came out of the machine.
Anyways, I'm not 18, that is a racing number of mine from years past. I do know what size a drill bit will drill, and I find out by drilling down say 0.075, and using gauge pins to see what size it is. Also I use my calipers, but I'm sure you wouldn't approve of that because its not an accurate method, such like the hand sharpening.
Any for your info, we also use a reamer....its not just your shop who has these fancy tools like reamers and drill drs! lol.
If you want me to get real technical, I'll tell you how I can ID grind the hole and make it whatever size I'd like within 0.0001.
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