Four Flute Type C Countersinks, Fuller Type C, Fuller countersink
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  • Four Flute Type C Countersinks, Fuller Type C, Fuller countersink

Four Flute Type C Countersinks

Fuller Type C Four Flute Countersinks are used to countersink and counter bore for the heads of screws in woods, plastics, and non-ferrous metals. Manufactured of case-hardened carbide steel for long wear, the 82 degree angle is designed to accommodate flat or oval head screws. Drills Bits and Stop Collars are sold separately.

Fuller's Type C Countersinks are heat treated for long tool life. The countersink is held in place with two hex-socket screws and is easily adjustable up and down the drill. As a result, only one countersink and length of drill is required for one screw size. (Drills are not included unless specified.)

You can also use a Type C countersink with a stop collar to drill, countersink, and counterbore in one step.

 
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Tech Spec Product Info User Generated Content
Recommended Drill Bit sizes  Countersink Diameter  Taper Point Drill  Taper Point Drill  Straight Drill  Straight Drill 
Screw Size  Cut Size  Hardwood  Softwood  Hardwood  Softwood  Bung Dia. 
1/4  3/32  5/64  1/16  1/16  1/4 
1/4  7/64  3/32  5/64  1/16  1/4 
1/4  7/64  3/32  5/64  1/16  1/4 
5/16  1/8  7/64  3/32  5/64  5/16 
5/16  9/64  1/8  7/64  3/32  5/16 
3/8  5/32  9/64  7/64  3/32  5/16 
3/8  11/64  5/32  1/8  7/64  3/8 
3/8  3/16  11/64  9/64  1/8  3/8 
10  7/16  13/64  3/16  9/64  1/8  7/16 
12  1/2  7/32  13/64  5/32  9/64  1/2 
14  1/2  1/4  15/64  11/64  5/32  1/2 
16  5/8  9/32  17/64  3/16  11/64  5/8 
18  5/8  5/16  19/64  7/32  13/64  5/8 
20  3/4  21/64  5/16  15/64  7/32  3/4 
24  7/8  3/8  3/8  17/64  1/4  7/8 
BRAND: W.L. Fuller
Type: Countersink
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W.L. FullerFour Flute Type C Countersinks
 
4.0

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5.0

Work great

By tuxamation

from San Diego, CA

About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Easy To Store

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    Best Uses

      Comments about W.L. Fuller Four Flute Type C Countersinks:

      If you own the counter sink and the matching plug cutter, you can always find scraps from the same wood to use for the plug cutting. That assures the plugs match very well. Much better than buying a bag of plugs (of the same wood type, but often very different in the way they take the finish) The set screws can have a hard time griping the smooth shaft of the drill bit, but if you're able to get the set screws at the top of the drill bit flutes they will grip like crazy.

       
      4.0

      Worked great

      By wb9tpg

      from Versailles, KY

      About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

      Pros

      • Strong

      Cons

      • Cleanout

      Best Uses

      • In The Workshop

      Comments about W.L. Fuller Four Flute Type C Countersinks:

      I owned some cheap countersinks that I attempted to use for the #8 1-1/4" screws on the gunwales of the canoe I'm building and broke the bit on the first test hole. I ordered the Fuller C8 countersink and extra bits (just in case) to replace it. It worked great and I drilled the 60+ holes without breaking any bits at all. My only complaint is that it did not clean out the debris very well and I had to stop 3 times on every hole to clean out the bit (drilling ash).

       
      5.0

      Awesome countersink

      By REM

      from Upstate Ny

      About Me Professional

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Powerful

      Cons

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          Comments about W.L. Fuller Four Flute Type C Countersinks:

          Best countersink I've seen. Having 4 flutes gives it super smooth cuts that are fast to do. Also, having 4 flutes they last forever. Do yourself a favor and dont cheap out on countersinks. Another plus is that Fuller is a U.S. based family owned company and they have great customer service and are very helpful and pleasant to deal with. If you cant find something, call them and they will help you. I did, otherwise I would have never found these #2 and #3 countersinks.

          (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Countersink comes loose

          By Dave

          from Westerly, R.I.

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            Cons

            • Hard To Use

            Best Uses

              Comments about W.L. Fuller Four Flute Type C Countersinks:

              I bought the Type C countersink along with a tapered drill and stop collar to mount PVC toerail on my boat. The counterbore will not stay locked onto the drill bit no matter how tight I make the set screws. This thing is barely useable.

               
              5.0

              Nice way to center the countersink

              By Allen

              from Palo Alto, CA

              About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

              Pros

              • Easy To Use

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                • In The Yard

                Comments about W.L. Fuller Four Flute Type C Countersinks:

                I drilled the pilot hole then put this countersink on some round stock the same diameter as the pilot hole. This allowed me to center the pilot hole before I drilled the relief hold for the shank. I used a drill guide for the pilot hole so could not put this on the drill, although I guess that is what they had in mind when they made them.

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