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For precision holes, using a drill compared to helixing with an end mill is a better solution. A drilled hole will give you a consistent diameter all the way through the material, while an end mill deflects slightly and creates a tapered hole. Also, for a high volume of holes, using a drill is much faster. If you need to a deep hole, sometimes a drill is your only option due to the longer cutting lengths.