Headed drill bushes are precision components used in manufacturing and engineering to guide, support, and enhance the accuracy of drilling operations. They consist of a cylindrical body with a flanged head at one end, which prevents the bush from slipping through the jig or fixture. The internal diameter of the bush is accurately ground to match the diameter of the drill bit, ensuring precise alignment and minimizing the risk of drill wander. These bushes are typically made from hardened steel for durability and wear resistance. They are commonly used in jig and fixture setups where repetitive, accurate drilling is required, especially in the production of metal parts. By aligning the drill bit and maintaining its path, headed drill bushes help achieve consistent, high-quality drilled holes in various materials.