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Abrasive brushes are ideal for cleaning, deburring, and finishing applications. We carry a wide assortment of abrasive brushes, including wire wheel brushes, end and cup brushes, radial bristle brushes, honing and tube brushes, and abrasive hand brushes.
Abrasive discs are ideal for grinding, deburring, finishing, polishing, and surface preparation. We carry a wide assortment of abrasive discs, including flap discs, holed discs, hook and loop discs, adhesive discs, and quick-change discs. We also stock a selection of accessories, such as pad holders, mandrels, shanks, and adapter nuts.
Friction from metal blades cutting metal causes heat. It can cause enough heat that the tool bit and waste chips can weld to the surface of the workpiece, damaging the surface. Heat can also cause the workpiece to bow slightly, throwing off precision cuts, as well as shorten the life of the cutting tools. Waste from cuts, especially in industrial shops, can build up and get in the way of the machining process. Reid offers industrial quality adjustable hoses and everything to connect them, including valves, reducers, fittings, nozzles, shields and end caps. Vacuum lines can also be added to the workstation to remove chips as well as excess lubricant or coolant from the working surfaces.
Vacuum Ejectors are an uncomplicated alternative to vacuum pumps in lifting operations. These ejectors have a solid resin nozzle and body making them lightweight and compact for close mounting.
Starrett punches are of the highest quality on earth. As simply as they are, punches are designed for specific applications. The drives are heat treated and seasoned to absorb repetitive shock. Automatic punches are also available. Punches are available in a variety of types like drive pin, center, nail set, and others.
Chuck Jaws have jaws, (sometimes called dogs) that are arranged in a radially symmetrical pattern like the points of a star. The jaws are tightenedto hold the tool or workpiece. Often the jaws will be tightened or loosened with the help of a chuck key, which is a wrench-like tool made for the purpose.
Collets are sleeve bushings that fit into collet chucks or machine spindles and hold small diameter tool workpieces. Firmly grips the tools and workpieces to keep them from wobbling or loosening during machining. Collets are used on cnc, milling machines, lathes, grinders, and other machine tools.
Combination drills and countersinks are short, double-ended drills used to produce a shallow conical or center hole, typically on the end of workpiece to be held between centers before turning in a lathe or cylindrical grinding.
Counterbores, sometimes called spotfacers, create a flat-bottomed cavity at the top of an existing hole so that a bolt, nut, or other part is hidden beneath or sits flush with the top of the hole when installed into it.
Countersinks expand the top of an existing hole in a workpiece to allow countersinking screws to install flush with the surface of the workpiece. This helps prevent the workpiece material from swelling when a screw is inserted and tightened down.
Cutting and tapping fluids are used to cool and lubricate tools and workpieces during metalworking processes. They help reduce friction, create cleaner cuts, and prolong tool life. From aluminum to stainless steel, our selection of multi-purpose lubricants can be used on all ferrous and non-ferrous metals, as well as some plastics. Available in fluid, aerosol spray, or stick lubricant, our products help make cutting cycles faster and easier.
Dies are used to create the male component of an assembly by cutting a thread on the external surface of a metal rod, such as a screw or bolt. Our selection of dies includes round adjustable dies and die stocks.
Drill bushings or drill guides are installed into a drilling jig to guide, support, and position a drill or other cutting tool during metalworking tasks.
Also known as drill guide bushings, or drill jig bushings these machine tools and their accessories work well with your end mills, and digital micrometers.
Reid Supply is a full line distributor from the top manufactures, the most common types of Drill Bushings are fixed or press-fit bushings, head press fit, threaded drill bushings, united and metric drill bushings.
ReidSupply has a wide selection of tools for drilling, cutting, smoothing and deburring holes, and have options ranging from standard drill bit sets to precision reamers. Reid Supply has an impressive selection of drill bits and accessories, such as drill blanks step drills. Browse our section to find drill bits for various metal, wood or plastic materials.
Reid Supply offers a comprehensive selection of sanding and grinding tools for finishing, shaping, polishing, cleaning, cutting and deburring. We have everything from sandpaper to bristle discs and cross-hole brushes. From machining metal, wood and plastic, Reid has everything you need for threading, broaching, drilling, boring, milling, turning and hole cutting.
Hole saws are used for making large hold diameters because they can do the job quicker than standard drill bits. We offer an assortment of hole saws, as well as pilot drills and arbors.
Indexable cutting tools are a cost-effective and time-saving alternative to their solid tool counterparts. Since the cutting tip is a small insert, a lesser portion of cutting material is needed rather than making a solid tool of the same material. This allows the shank or tool holder to be made of a less expensive but tougher material. Plus, the removable inserts can be easily exchanged during production without affecting the overall geometry of the tool, thereby eliminating additional set-up changes. For drilling applications, we offer both indexable drills and indexable drill inserts.
Indexable cutting tools are a cost-effective and time-saving alternative to their solid tool counterparts. Since the cutting tip is a small insert, a lesser portion of cutting material is needed rather than making a solid tool of the same material. This allows the shank or tool holder to be made of a less expensive but tougher material. Plus, the removable inserts can be easily exchanged during production without affecting the overall geometry of the tool, thereby eliminating additional set-up changes. For grooving and parting applications, we offer grooving holders, grooving blades, integral shank toolholders, and parting inserts.