Reaming on the other end tends to be used in a case where the size of the hole needs to be accurate and smooth. Click to learn more about Specialty Hole Drilling. Reaming tends to be accurate in both sizing and finishing a hole which is drilled using a tool known as a reamer. A reamer tends to provide a smoother and more accurate hole when it comes to the diameter of the interior of the hole. One would also need to note that the speed of the spindle tends to be just a half that of drilling. Reaming also tends to remove only a small amount of metal and tends to involve drilling the hole slightly undersize before finishing it and bringing it to the accurate size.
Countersinking, on the other hand, tends to focus on making cone-shaped enlargement especially at the end of the hole. Click here now to get more info. The tool used in this process is known as a countersink and tends to have multiple cutting edges on its conical surface. Countersinking tends to have a quarter speed that of drilling.
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