In this study, the cutting performance of 8.8mm diameter, helical solid comentite carbide, two mouths features with a original solid cementite carbide drill was investigated usign finite element analysis method. For this purpose, AISI 1045 workpiece drilling operations with different cutting parameters of the material was carried out experimentally. To obtained experimental data with different cutting parameters were confirmed by the finite element model. Factors affecting the cutting performance; cutting forces, cutting temperatures and chip formattion were compared. Deform-3D software was used to construct the cutting mechanism. For cutting tool and workpiece material parameters, related software’s material library was also used. As a result, when the results of the experiments and finite element analysis are evaluated, prepared finite element model has emerged give suitable results to the actual model.