Drill Mills

Drill mills have a pointed tip on its snout and can drill holes or make angled features in stock. Slotting, side profiling, chamfering, spotting, countersinking, cutting grooves, and other milling chores are all done with them. To prevent damage to the drill mill or the workpiece, each drill mill's cutting head incorporates flutes that transport chips away from the workpiece. On CNC and manual milling machines, drill mills are used.