We are quoting a job that requires a 1/4-inch hole punched into a cardboard fingernail file. After the hole is punched we secure a key chain to the fingernail file.
We have a drill press made by Challenge. It looks like it could be an antique.
Your help in answering the following questions would be appreciated.
1) The drill bits get dull after less that 1 hour of use. What type of bit do you recommend?
2) What type of sharpening equipment do you recommend?
3) What type of lubricating stick do you recommend?
4) Any other advice would be appreciated
Office Zone has all of the paper drill supplies you need to keep your paper drilling operations running at top efficiency. First, we recommend you try one of our Teflon drill bits. We suggest you use some of our specially formulated drill wax and a drill bit sharpener. The Precision MS-1 Drill Sharpener comes highly recommended. This precision sharpener has a solid carbide cutting head. Its self-seating, lathe-type design helps you quickly and efficiently sharpen almost any brand of drill bit, from 1/8-inch to 1/2-inch in diameter.
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