Hole size too large? Here is how to fix it.

Hole size too large is a common phenomenon in machining.

Have you ever been in a situation where, despite having the right carbide drill, the holes in your parts are bigger than you anticipated? This is a pretty common phenomenon in machining applications. There are many factors that can influence the precision of your parts. Tom Greene discusses this phenomenon and give several troubleshooting ideas to solve the problem and return your job to profitability.

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