Originally Posted by vernon smith
I would think so as well, a 100 degree drill point is two 50 degree angles one on either cutting face, a 120 degree is two 60 degree cutting faces so the contact point with the 100 degree dimple would be on it's outer edge unless there is something about all this I don't understand. Seeing I was recently chastised on the forum as a naive newbie, I may be way off base
Vern, we can at least go off to a corner and hallucinate together
So if we're right, why does the paint not want to lay right on these pulled rivets in 100 degree dimples? Or is that not a thing, either??
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