I am trying to tap a 3/8" mild steel plate for a M10x1.5 thread but after the tapping process the screw is has too much play. We are using a .336 in. hole and a M10-1.5xD5 3 flute spiral tap. I am new to metric threads so am not familiar with the tolerance classes. Could someone please suggest an appropriate process, drill, and tap?
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