Join Date: Jan 2006
Country: United States
First Name: Bj
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I just saw what the " Chip breakers" are on the bit, blow the picture up and you will see little cuts on the cutter flutes = chip breakers..
By the way I won all 3 bids on the bits and should have them in a week or so and I will post a review on them at that time ,looks like they will do a better job than the normal ones.
This is actually a half inch shank . When listing I did make an error on the shank entry.
Chipbreakers aid in removing heat from the material and tool increasing life and performance. Heat breaks down carbide so it useful in removing the heat and chips from the cut.
I did respond to the ebay request as well.
Please let me know if you have further questions. Thanks.
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