This experiment is to investigate delamination damage of carbon/basalt/epoxy hybrid composites on the drilling manufacturing process. The damage is caused by drilling on wet and dry conditions with a twist drill size of 8 [mm], and 10 [mm] have been conducted. This experiment was carried out based on the ASTMD 5470-12 standard. Three hybrid composites have been manufactured for samples such as H1, H2, and H3. Additionally, the carbon fibers reinforced epoxy composites (CFRP) and basalt fibers reinforced epoxy composites (BFRP) as experiment control had built. The aim is to assess the defect zone of carbon/basalt hybrid composite against the drilling. The examination results showed that the feed rate speed of various laminate configurations e.g., H1, H2, and H3, on drilling dried between twist drill of 10 [mm] and 8 [mm] diameters are 50.5 %, 25 %, and 33.2 %, respectively. Also, adding lubricant during the drilling work has reduced peel-out and push-out effectively. The delamination defect has been the high resulted in drilling using drill 10 [mm] in wet or dry conditions. In contrast, delamination defect has occurred minimum on drilling hole using twist drill 8mm in work wet and dry condition. It has still occurred. From this research, the combination sequence of basalt and carbon fiber has the possibility to experience the delaminate damage in dry drilling processes.