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Shank type refers to the style of the shank. It can help indicate whether the reamer can be used within a specific drill chuck.
Variable diameter identifies whether the reamer's diameter can be adjusted.
Standard reamers are constructed with a fixed diameter. They are used only for holes that have a diameter equal to the reamer.
Flute type refers to the shape of the flutes on the reamer. The shape can help indicate the spacing of the flute and how it removes chips.
Spiral flute reamers are used in blind and through-hole operations. They are able to bridge interrupted cuts.
Straight flute reamers are the most common and are used in general purpose though-hole applications. They are used for reaming holes without interrupted cuts.
Flute length is measured from the reamer's tip to the beginning of the neck or shank.
Hand reamers are used for enlarging, shaping or finishing pre-existing holes in manual operations. They are used with adjustable or standard tap wrenches.