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What kind of bits are these?

Posted by DyingThumb (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 5, 14 at 16:19

and what are they used for?


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RE: What kind of bits are these?

One is called "countersink" for large screws. All the others are call "burs". Use them as rasps in your drill motor.


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RE: What kind of bits are these?

Thank you Klem1! I inherited these from my father-in-law and never knew what they were used for. Seems like they are for carving wood. I don't do any wood carving, mostly shelves and boxes.


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RE: What kind of bits are these?

They are useful for making holes a bit larger.


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RE: What kind of bits are these?

They are useful for making holes a bit larger.


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