Drill Bit (Well)

3d model of a Drill Bit (Well) for technical graphics purposes.

Available in IGES, 3Ds, 3D Max File, OBJ, FBX

A drill bit is a device designed to produce a generally cylindrical hole (wellbore) in the earth’s crust via the rotary drilling technique for the discovery and extraction of hydrocarbons such as crude oil and natural gas. This kind of tool is alternately referred to as a rock bit, or surely a bit. The hole diameter produced through drill bits is pretty small, from about 3.5 inches (8.9 cm) to 30 inches (76 cm), in contrast to the depth of the hole, which can vary from 1,000 ft (300 m) to greater than 30,000 ft (9,100 m). Subsurface formations are broken apart automatically by way of slicing elements of the bit by using scraping, grinding or localized compressive fracturing. The cuttings produced by the bit are most generally removed from the wellbore and continually lower back to the floor via the method of direct circulation.[1]