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BOSCH 13-Piece HSS Spiral Point Drill Bit Set Silver 10x10cm

by BOSCH
41.05 SR
SKU 2 618 577 349
BOSCH 13-Piece HSS Spiral Point Drill Bit Set Silver 10x10cm
  • Self-centering tip prevents wandering, making quick and easy drilling starts possible
  • Increased drilling rate generates less heat and wear
  • PointTeQ tip design remains sharp and ensures continuous durability
OverviewThe HSS Twist Drill Bit PointTeQ enables fast drilling in metal due to its PointTeQ tip design. Quick and easy drilling starts are possible as the self-centering tip prevents wandering. Because of its increased drilling rate, less heat and wear are generated. The PointTeQ tip design remains sharp and ensures continuous durability. This bit is suitable for drilling clearance and pilot holes in alloyed and non-alloyed steel, non-ferrous metals, cast steel, cast iron and plastics. It has a cylindrical shank system (shank equal to drill bit diameter) and is intended for use in drill stands and drill drivers. There is a low risk of breakage, especially for drill bits below 6 mm in diameter as the bit is manufactured to have a highly elastic body. Its black-oxide coated flute provides fast chip removal. The HSS Twist Drill Bit PointTeQ is manufactured to DIN 338. The drill bit is Type N (flute angle) with a tip of 135 degrees. Robert Bosch GmbH, commonly known as Bosch, is a German multinational engineering and technology company headquartered in Gerlingen. The company was founded by Robert Bosch in Stuttgart in 1886. Bosch is 92% owned by Robert Bosch Stiftung, a charitable institution. The Bosch subsidiary Dreilinden Maschinenbau GmbH (DLMG) in Kleinmachnow employed around 5,000 people, more than half of whom were forced laborers, prisoners of war, and female concentration camp prisoners, including many women from the Warsaw Uprising.[citation needed] They had to produce accessories for German Luftwaffe aircraft. In Hildesheim, a secret plant for the entire electrical equipment of tanks, tractors, and trucks of the Wehrmacht was built. In 1944, 4,290 men and women worked in the Trillke factory, 2,019 of whom were forced laborers, prisoners of war and military internees. During the Second World War, a total of 2,711 people who had been deported to Germany from the occupied countries had to work at the Bosch plant in Hildesheim.