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A1301A1301

Taper Shank Drill
Ordering number: 5969068

Jobber length drill with taper shank, diameter 1.0000" (1) with an overall length of 286mm and flute length of 165mm according to DIN 345 standard with 118° thinned conical point, HSS with steam tempered finish for 4xD drilling without pecking in steel

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Product Feature

Steam Tempered (Steam Oxide) Surface Treatment

High Speed Steel Tool Material

DIN 345 – Morse Taper Shank Drill Standards

4×D Usable Tool Depth to Diameter Ratio

Drill Point 118°

Morse Taper Shank

Standard Spiral Flute Design

Right Hand Rotation / Cutting

h8 – Industry Standard Tool Tolerance Zone (based on diameter range)

Product Detail
DescriptionValue
EAN number7320760021446
EDP number0021446
Product nameA1301
Ordering code ANSIA1301
Gross weight - grams680.6
Cutting diameter - fractional inch (DC)1"
Cutting diameter - millimeter (DC)25.4 mm
Cutting diameter - inch (DC)1 inch
Length chip flute - millimeter (LCF)165 mm
Overall length - millimeter (OAL)286 mm
Connection size code machine side (CZC MS)MK 3
Length chip flute - inch (LCF)6.4961 inch
ANSIA1301
ISOA1301
Cutting Conditions
Suitabilityvcf
P1.1 - Free machining sulfurized carbon steel with a hardness of < 240HB
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108 ft/min 0.0158 inch/rev
P1.2 - Free machining sulfurized and phosphorized carbon steel with a hardness of < 180HB
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121 ft/min 0.0158 inch/rev
P1.3 - Free machining sulfurized/phosphorized and leaded carbon steel with a hardness of < 180HB
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125 ft/min 0.0158 inch/rev
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P2.1 - Plain low carbon steel containing < 0.25%C with a hardness of < 180HB
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92 ft/min 0.0158 inch/rev
P2.2 - Plain medium carbon steel containing < 0.55%C with a hardness of < 240HB
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82 ft/min 0.0109 inch/rev
P2.3 - Plain high carbon steel containing > 0.55%C, with a hardness of < 300HB
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72 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
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P3.1 - Alloy steel with a hardness of < 180HB
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59 ft/min 0.0109 inch/rev
P3.2 - Alloy steel with a hardness of 180 - 260HB
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46 ft/min 0.0109 inch/rev
P3.3 - Alloy steel with a hardness of 260 - 360HB
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39 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
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P4.1 - Tool steel with a hardness of < 26HRC
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36 ft/min 0.0109 inch/rev
P4.2 - Tool steel with a hardness of 26 - 39RC
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30 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
P4.3 - Tool steel with a hardness of 39 - 45HRC
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23 ft/min 0.0083 inch/rev
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M1.1 - Stainless steel, ferritic with a hardness of < 160HB
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69 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
M1.2 - Stainless steel, ferritic with a hardness of 160 - 220HB
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56 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
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M2.1 - Stainless steel, martensitic with a hardness of < 200HB
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59 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
M2.2 - Stainless steel, martensitic with a hardness of 200 - 280HB
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49 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
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M3.1 - Stainless steel, austenitic with a hardness of < 200HB
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33 ft/min 0.0123 inch/rev
M3.2 - Stainless steel, austenitic with a hardness of 200 - 260HB
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30 ft/min 0.0123 inch/rev
M3.3 - Stainless steel, austenitic with a hardness of 260 - 300HB
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26 ft/min 0.0123 inch/rev
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M4.1 - Stainless steel, austenitic-ferritic or super-austenitic with a hardness of < 300HB
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33 ft/min 0.0071 inch/rev
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K1.1 - Gray iron, ferritic or ferritic-pearlitic with a hardness of < 180HB
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98 ft/min 0.0158 inch/rev
K1.2 - Gray iron, ferritic-pearlitic or pearlitic with a hardness of 180 - 240HB
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72 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K1.3 - Gray iron, pearlitic with a hardness of 240 - 280HB
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56 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
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K2.1 - Malleable iron, ferritic with a hardness of < 160HB
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82 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K2.2 - Malleable iron, ferritic or pearlitic with a hardness of 160 - 200HB
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66 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K2.3 - Malleable iron, pearlitic with a hardness of 200 - 240HB
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52 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
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K3.1 - Ductile (nodular/spheriodal) iron, ferritic with a hardness of < 180HB
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72 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K3.2 - Ductile (nodular/spheriodal) iron, ferritic or pearlitic with a hardness of 180 - 220HB
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56 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K3.3 - Ductile (nodular/spheriodal) iron, pearlitic with a hardness of 220 - 260HB
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43 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
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K4.1 - Austenitic cast iron with a hardness of < 180HB
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66 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K4.2 - Austenitic cast iron with a hardness of 180 - 240HB
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49 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K4.3 - Austempered ductile iron with a hardness of 240 - 280HB
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36 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K4.4 - Austempered ductile iron with a hardness of 280 - 320HB
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33 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K4.5 - Austempered ductile iron with a hardness of 320 - 360HB
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26 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
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K5.1 - Vermicular, compacted graphite iron with a hardness of < 180HB
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75 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K5.2 - Vermicular, compacted graphite iron with a hardness of 180 - 220HB
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56 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
K5.3 - Vermicular, compacted graphite iron with a hardness of 220 - 260HB
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43 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
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N1.1 - Pure aluminium and wrought aluminium alloys with a hardness of < 60HB
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85 ft/min 0.0176 inch/rev
N1.2 - Wrought aluminium alloys with a hardness of 60 - 100HB
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66 ft/min 0.0176 inch/rev
N1.3 - Wrought aluminium alloys with a hardness of 100 - 150HB
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43 ft/min 0.0158 inch/rev
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N2.1 - Cast aluminium alloys with a hardness of < 75HB
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141 ft/min 0.0141 inch/rev
N2.2 - Cast aluminium alloys with a hardness of 75 - 90HB
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128 ft/min 0.0141 inch/rev
N2.3 - Cast aluminium alloys with a hardness of 90 < 140HB
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92 ft/min 0.0141 inch/rev
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N3.1 - Free-cutting copper-alloys materials with excellent machining properties
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194 ft/min 0.0141 inch/rev
N3.2 - Short-chip copper-alloys with good to moderate machining properties
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115 ft/min 0.0158 inch/rev
N3.3 - Electrolytic copper and long-chip copper-alloys with moderate to poor machining properties
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59 ft/min 0.0109 inch/rev
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N4.1 - Thermoplastic polymers
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98 ft/min 0.0194 inch/rev
N4.2 - Thermosetting polymers
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92 ft/min 0.0176 inch/rev
N4.3 - Reinforced polymers or composites
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46 ft/min 0.0141 inch/rev
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S1.1 - Titanium or titanium alloys, with a hardness of <200HB
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75 ft/min 0.0109 inch/rev
S1.2 - Titanium alloys, with a hardness of 200 - 280HB
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43 ft/min 0.0083 inch/rev
S1.3 - Titanium alloys, a hardness of 280 - 360HB
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23 ft/min 0.0061 inch/rev
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S2.1 - High-temperature Fe-based alloys with a hardness of <200HB
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30 ft/min 0.0095 inch/rev
S2.2 - High-temperature Fe-based alloys with a hardness of 200-280HB