Are these sentences equal? So, are these sentences equal? The point is ideal for all type of holes and for drilling holes without burrs. = This point is ideal for core holes and to material, producing burr free holes.
Sep 19, 2012 10:00 AM
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"The point is ideal for all types of holes and for drilling (holes) without burrs." I assume you are describing a drill bit. The second "holes" is optional, because you've already mentioned it. The second sentence doesn't really make sense, sorry. "And to material" makes no sense at all. However, "burr-free holes" is correct.
September 19, 2012
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