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Type R Counterbores

Fuller Type R Counterbores have two flutes to cut a flat bottom hole in wood or plastics for heads of screws, rivets, or nails. Extension lip pattern cutting edges cuts a clean hole without tearing the wood. These stainless steel bores are hardened enough to hold an edge and yet can be sharpened with a file.
 
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Tech Spec Product Info User Generated Content
Part Number  Cutting Diameter  Drill Size 
R17  3/8  7/64 
R1  3/8  1/8 
R19  3/8  9/64 
R15  3/8  5/32 
R111  3/8  11/64 
R13  3/8  3/16 
R113  3/8  13/64 
R72  7/16  1/8 
R75  7/16  5/32 
R73  7/16  3/16 
R713  7/16  13/64 
R22  1/2  1/8 
R25  1/2  5/32 
R211  1/2  11/64 
R23  1/2  3/16 
R213  1/2  13/64 
R27  1/2  7/32 
R215  1/2  15/64 
R24  1/2  1/4 
R93  9/16  7/32 
R97  9/16  7/32 
R94  9/16  1/4 
BRAND: W.L. Fuller
Type: Counterbore
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3.0

Okay, but not so great for pine

By Pastor B

from Ellsworth, Maine

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Pros

  • Inexpensive

Cons

  • They load up fast in pine

Best Uses

  • Non-production work
  • Slow

Comments about W.L. Fuller Type R Counterbores:

As a church we are setting up so that people can build their own interior storm windows, double-glazed with heat-shrink plastic. As of yet, have not found an acceptable counterbore for the pine we are using for frame stock. What is needed is a counterbore that cuts like a forstner bit so that the wood has a place to go, it just loads up in these, and then you have to go at it several times with the drill press. I think these are as good as they can be, of this design.

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