Blind Hole

A blind hole refers to a hole that is reamed, drilled, or milled to a specified depth, thus without breaking through to the other side of the workpiece. The etymology is that it is not possible to see through a blind hole. Other types of holes also include through holes, and clearance holes. In this instance blind may also refer to any feature that is taken to a specific depth. More specifically referring to internally threaded holes (tapped holes).

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