I have a pretty standard carbon fiber clutch cover. I work at a dental office and have every drill with carbide drill bits of every sort. I want to drill my own design but dont want to leave fraying/un-clean edges where ive drilled out in the front of the carbon fiber clutch cover.
Holes would be nice but I want to cut out more than holes. The drill i use in the dental office rotates at 200k rpm. The drill bits I use are either carbide or diamond coated burs.
Id hate to ruin a really nice carbon fiber clutch cover, but is it the only way?
I work in an aerospace factory manufacturing carbon fiber components for aircrafts. To drill though our carbon fiber (which are structural components) we used lancer bits at around 15-20k rpm. That by hand. I'm not sure what our CNC does to drill though it.
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Did this ever happen or did it get put aside? i was gonna say the tool you describe sounds like it would do the job but i would still sand the whole thing down after and reseal it with some sort of spray on clear coat. You know to keep the edges clean.