Drilling is one of the most important machining processes in manufacturing industry. Recently, the work dealing with the problems encountered during drilling and their solution has been increased. Modelling of thermal and mechanical loads developed during drilling has also been increased. In this study, the drillability of AISI 1050 steel widely used in industrial applications will be investigated under various drilling types (hole type) cutting parameters (60, 75, 90 and 108 m/min cutting speed and 0.15, 0.20 and 0.25 mm/rev feed) and cutting tool type (uncoated and TiN/TiAl/TiCN coated solid carbide). Cutting temperatures developed along the drill rake face when drilling with coated and uncoated drill bits will be measured with the help of K type thermocouples inserted in the cooling channels of the drills. When the results of the experiments are evaluated, cutting temperature decreased with increasing feed and coating application significantly reduced cutting temperatures in the cutting zone. Coating application has provided significant benefits in the all parameters.