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sophie hitchon hammer (symbol: ⌵) is a conelike opening reduced into a manufactured things, or the cutter made use of to reduce such a hole. A common use is to allow the head of a countersunk screw, screw or rivet, when placed in the red, to rest flush with or listed below the surface area of the bordering product (by contrast, a counterbore makes a flat-bottomed opening that may be used with a socket-head capscrew). A countersink may additionally be utilized to get rid of the burr left from a boring or touching operation thereby enhancing the coating of the product and also removing any type of unsafe sharp edges.

The standard geometry of a countersink (cutter) naturally can be applied to the plunging applications described above (axial feed just) as well as also to other milling applications (sideways traversal). Countersinks overlap in kind, function, and occasionally name with chamfering endmills (endmills with tilted pointers). Regardless of the name offered to the cutter, the surface area being created might be a conelike chamfer (plunging applications) or a beveled edge for the junction of 2 aircrafts (passing through applications).