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5-6). WEB The corner of the wheel Fig. 5-4 Chisel edge. must be lined up with the tip of the web. Twist Drills 47 The cutting lip must be ORIGINAL MARGIN CHISEL EDGE turned out about 10° to make sure the edge is not POINT OF DRILL AFTER DRILL HAS BEEN ground and the web can be CUT BACK IN USE AND REPOINTED ground away. HOLD ORIGINAL After the worn portion of THICKNESS the drill has been removed A and the web thinned (if necessary), the surfaces of the point USUAL METHOD OF THINNING THE POINT must be reground.
Being driven (Fig. 3-16). Two types of fasteners are in common use: the drive pin WASHER EYELET PLASTIC and the threaded stud. The drive pin is a special nail-like fastener designed to attach Fig. 3-16 Typical alignment one material to another, such tips. as wood to concrete or steel (Fig. 3-17). Head diameters are generally 1⁄ 4, 5⁄ 16, or 3⁄ 8 in. For additional head bearings in conjunction with soft materials, washers of various diameters are either fastened through or made a part of the drive pin assembly.
Water flow and bit rotation must not stop while the bit is in the hole. The bit should be raised out of the hole while turning and then the water and power shut off. Stopping and starting the bit while in the hole could cause binding and damage to the bit. When the bit is cutting freely, the operator can feel movement into the concrete. The offflowing water will have a slightly sludgy appearance as it carries away the concrete particles. Diamond core bits are capable of drilling all masonry materials: concrete, stone, brick, and tile, as well as steel embedded in concrete, such as reinforcing rod and structural steel.