How to Pronounce reamer?

Correct pronunciation for the word "reamer" is [ɹˈiːmə], [ɹˈiːmə], [ɹ_ˈiː_m_ə].

"Reamer" in context

A reamer is a cutting tool used in metalworking for enlarging and finishing the inner diameter of an existing, usually previously drilled and tapped, hole. It is usually used when a precise diameter is needed to provide an exact fit for a bushing, bearing, or other rigidly held part. Reamers commonly come in different styles and sizes, as they can be used for reaming a variety of materials, including steel and copper.

The reamer features a cutting edge and several flutes, each of which are designed to provide swarf clearance, stability, and cutting edge longevity.


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