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  • A quality question about "Triumph" drills.

    Hiya folks, I'm considering picking up a new drill set and have decided to jump into a fractional - number - letter set all in one and right now Enco is offering a decent deal on This set of Trumph's

    I'm curious as to IF anyone has tried This brand and that they think of them. Thanks in advance =)

  • #2
    I bought a set of screw machine length black oxide coated number drills from Enco a few years ago and they're awesome. No complaints at all.

    "Accuracy is the sum total of your compensating mistakes."

    "The thing I hate about an argument is that it always interrupts a discussion." G. K. Chesterton


    • #3
      I have used Triumph drills with good success. Actually just purchased a few replacement bits from them just this week. Mine ever had made in USA on the package.


      • #4
        MUCH nicer than the cheapo Chinese drills


        • #5
          I have purchased quite a few Triumph ThunderBit drills and have been very happy. They run rings around all the Chinese stuff I've ever had, staying sharp a long time and drilling nice straight uniform holes.

          Somewhere along the line I was told they are part of the Precision line, but I have no idea how accurate that information is.

          A happy camper......



          • #6
            Another thumbs up for Triumph. BUT, those are regular 118 degree point drills - - once I tried the 135-degree split-point, my "hole" life changed! I'm happier spending more for drills that start on center, cut with less pressure, and don't need a pilot hole.

            Frank Ford


            • #7
              I concur with Frank, I only buy the Triumphs in 135 degree...



              • #8
                Thanks for the replies folks. I've been using the Chicago Latrobe bits and am not very happy with the latest set, there not bad, but not as good as I would have expected. I just flat would never spend on the cheapo chinese stuff, I know better

                I've always had a preferance for the brite finish rather than the black oxide, but I might make the switch over. However I expect that I'll stick to the 118° tips as I find them to work just fine, but then again I tend to resharpen using 4 facet. Again, many thanks for the recommendations