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SHOCKWAVE 7/64 in. Titanium Twist Drill Bit

  • QUAD EDGE Tip - Stays Sharper Longer
  • VARIABLE HELIX - Rapid Chip Removal
  • ENHANCED TAPERED WEB - Stronger More Durable Bit
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Product Overview

The MILWAUKEE 7/64" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit is engineered for extreme durability and long life. The QUAD EDGE tip delivers a precision start and four cutting edges to create smaller chips for faster removal and less heat leading to longer bit life. Designed with a Variable Helix that includes an aggressive 35° helical angle, which ends at 15°, the tapered drill bit with RED HELIX provide Rapid Chip Removal limiting heat buildup to Stay Sharper Longer. The bit also features an internal ENHANCED TAPERED WEB that greatly increases its strength, reducing premature breakage. Ideal for various applications including but not limited to wood, plastics, and metals, Milwaukee Red Helix Titanium Drill Bits provide up to 5X life vs. black oxide drill bits.
  • 5X Life vs. Black Oxide Drill Bits
  • 1/4" Hex Shank. Use in Drills or Impact Drivers
  • SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Bits
  • 135° Split Point Tip
  • Titanium Coated for longer life
  • Ideal for Wood, Plastics, & Metals
  • Available in 29 fractional sizes
  • Includes: (2) 7/64" SHOCKWAVE RED HELIX Titanium Drill Bit
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
7/64 in
Assembled Height (in.)
7/64 in
Assembled Width (in.)
2.52 in
Bit Diameter
7/64 in
Bit Length (in.)
2.52
Shank Diameter
1/4 in

Details

Bit Material
Titanium
Drill Bit Type
Twist
Drill Bit Type(s) Included
Twist
Individual/Set
Individual
Material Application
Aluminum,Cast Iron,Duct/Sheet Metal,Stainless Steel,Steel
Returnable
180-Day
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
Hex
Shank Style
Hex
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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Can this drill into concrete? If so, how can I specify the depth to drill in? I need a (15/32)" =...

Asked by fuz July 29, 2020
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Hi there! Our Shockwave 15/32 in. Titanium Drill Bit (48-89-4627) is for use in metal, wood and PVC.

Is this diamond capped, can it penetrate through stucco

Asked by James May 12, 2020
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Hello James, the Shockwave 15/64 in. Titanium Drill Bit has a Titanium coating. This product can penetrate through Stucco.

Need a drill bit to put a hole in a Countryline galvanized tank what drill bit should I use. This...

Asked by Susan May 5, 2020
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This bit will certainly do the job. I used them to drill through stainless steel and they perform great. FYI make sure you keep them cool if you use them like I did. I sprayed them with water before and after the hole was done and had no issues.

What type of drill bit should I use to install triple grip cobra anchors in on outside patio to hang a sun curtain

Asked by Dazz August 13, 2019
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how long is the drill from the end of the shank to the tip

Asked by Michael February 27, 2019
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Please note that the answers to this question are for the 7/16 in bit only although they come up when searching other sizes. Smaller diameters are proportionally smaller. The 5/16 in bit makes 1" maximum depth holes.

What is the maximum hole depth when drilling a block of wood?

Asked by DIYer December 19, 2018
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About five inches if you want to make it through the other side. I used this mainly on some stainless steel bars and they worked great.

What's the hardness of the drill bit?

Asked by Bo July 31, 2018
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HRC range is 62 - 67.5.

Will it work go drill thru wrought iron fence?

Asked by Do April 15, 2017
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Probably if you take your time and don't force it. It also wouldn't hurt to use a little drill cutting oil.

Can this drill 3/8 thick Ar500 steel?

Asked by Edd March 18, 2017
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Not sure specifically about Ar500 steel but it went through 1/2 thick steel mounted on my front axle on my 4x4. You couldn't hardly tell the bit had been used after two holes.

can this bit be used for ceramic tile? if not, which bit is appropriate?

Asked by earthstar May 29, 2016
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It can be but it is not recommended. For ceramic tile, we recommend a diamond hole saw.

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the bit broke immediately, a piece of trash.
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Best yet,,,do the work and stay sharp,,
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good drill bit but too short!
Good drill bit. I see paint scaper blade get shorter on lenght, now drill bot get much shorter too. I check the old milwaukee drill bit that I have to these new ones, they longer than these new ones 1/2-5/8 inch long. Not much, but it became useless when I use them to pilot drill my carbinet screws! Please, make the drill bit longer like it use to be, we pay for these extra lenght. Cut corner to make some $$
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I needed a 3/8" drill bit to complete a landscape border project. The heavy plastic brick border ...
I needed a 3/8" drill bit to complete a landscape border project. The heavy plastic brick border has holes that only are opened so far and need a drill bit to enlarge the hole to hammer in the stake to secure the 4" border piece. I found my Dad's drill over 60 years old, it worked perfectly, however, I was missing a 3/8" drill bit. I went with the advise of a Home Depot employee who helped me select the best drill bit for my project. Cost was perfect and my drill bit helped me finish my perfect landscape border. I highly recommend this brand if you are looking to find a quality drill bit!
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Excellent drill bit. It is perfect fit for the 5mm size I was looking for, to use with my hobby p...
Excellent drill bit. It is perfect fit for the 5mm size I was looking for, to use with my hobby projects. I customize Transformer toys, and I drill holes for extra appendages like wings / small weapons, or deepen existing holes. I bought a Ryobi Corded Driver from a local Home Depot a few months ago, and this Shockwave 13/64in. drill bit is the exact size I was looking for, as shown in my two pics. Highly recommended item, strong and durable with titanium coating.
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Bit that will Last!
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Needed to replace one of bits that I broke on my last job. So I decided to get the Milwaukee Shockwave made for your impact drill. This bit is made to drill though Steel, Aluminum, Cast Iron, Duct/Sheet Metal, and Stainless Steel. I had no problem drill though 1/8" steel. I cut with very little effort. One good plus is that is coated with Titanium to help keep the bit sharp. The only negative is bit is only 1 3/8 long so it was shorter than I was replaced. Wish it was a little longer.
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1/4 Inch Impact Drills Dream! What Great Sharp & Strong Little Drill Bits!
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Excellent 1/4 inch Impact Drill Bits! Bought them for drilling pilot holes & such & these are sharp! I love the fact they fit right into my Ryobi 1/4i inch Impact Driver/Drill... (Also Available At Home Depot) Stronger than regular drill bits coz I have broken many a small bit before & these are holding up much better! Buy Em, 2 per pack & the Price is Right! Great Value!
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Boring performance - Of Course, Its a Drill Bit!
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As the Milwaukee Shockwave bits are billed as impact ready, for test purposes, the bit was used in a 1/4 inch, hex drive impact driver. The packing card indicates it as suitable for boring holes in plastic, wood, aluminum and steel. Thus, it was so tested. The holes in a piece of schedule 40 PVC pipe were clean and round, with the bit going through the PVC like cheese (a very dry, hard piece of cheese). The holes bored in a 4"x4" piece of wood were accomplished easily, in some cases having to back the bit out a few times to remove the wood building up in the grooves in the bit. Drilling through 1/8 inch aluminum plate went quickly, however the holes appeared to be not perfectly round. Switching the bit to a drill motor instead of the impact driver provided better control and resulted in a rounder hole. Leaving the bit chucked in the drill motor, holes were then quickly bored in 3/16" steel with acceptable (for hand held drilling) results.
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worked okay
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It started off great was drilling holes in 3/16 " steel easily with only a 1/4" pilot hole but when I was trying to drill 1/2" plate the 1st time it snagged up it broke the hex off. The I was just trying to use the bit without the shank and it cut 2 more holes and that was about it. It didn't want to cut any more even after drilling larger holes to work up to the 1/2" hole I needed.
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