How to Choose the best drill bits for Cordless Drill
If you are looking for a dill bits, these 7 tips will help you find the best dill bits for your Cordless Drill.
Picture1: Milwaukee 49-22-0175 8-Piece Universal Quik-Lok Flat Boring Set
Picture2: Milwaukee 49-22-5100 5 Piece Switchblade Plumbers Kit
Picture3: MLCS 9146 Forstner 16-Piece Bit Set in Wooden Box
Pciture4: DEWALT DW1587 6 Bit 3/8-Inch to 1-Inch Spade Drill Bit Assortment
Picture1: Bosch HC4550 1-Inch x 11-Inch x 16-Inch Spline Rotary Hammer Bit
Drill Bits Step 3 - Concrete Drill Bits: The bit is threaded with tips hardened to support impact force; suitable for cement and brick drilling.
Drill Bits Step 4 - Metal Drill bits: The tip is round with cutting teeth similar to saw blades. The tip has spiral threading for the drilling center. This type of bit is suitable for drilling holes in metal, such as holes for sink water faucets.
Picture1: Milwaukee 48-89-1105 1/16-to-1/2-Inch Titanium-Coated Twist Drill Bit Assortment in Plastic Index, 20-Piece
Drill Bits Step 5 - Steel Drill Bits: The entire bit is threaded with a pointed tip; available for sale everywhere; suitable for drilling metal and plastics. For metal drilling, high speed steel should be selected for longer usage life.
Drill Bits Step 6 - Wood Drill Bits: The tip is double threaded with a pointed tip. The side of the tip has two fins on the sides for cutting wood and preventing wood from tearing during the drilling. This type of bit is specifically designed for wood drilling.
Drill Bits Step 7 - Step drill bit are shaped like a funnel. The edge of the bit steps up according to the size of the hole. The bit tip is ground into an angle for drilling work pieces. Each step of the bit contains a clearly visible number indicating the hole size. This type of bit is suitable for drilling steel, wood, stainless steel and plastics. Holes of various sizes can be drilled without requiring frequent changes in drill bits. The bits can also be sharpened.
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