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A spade bit is a good choice, because they are relatively inexpensive and you can resharpen them with a...
For drilling medium sized holes in wood, a spade bit is a good choice. Common sizes range from ¼ inch to 1 ½ inch. They can also be used on...
Yes a high-speed masonry bit is used on concrete, concrete block, cinder block, brick and...
For drilling smaller holes in a variety of materials, choose a high-speed steel twist bit. These can drill holes from about 1/16 inch to ½...
A 12-volt model will handle the needs of most D-I-Yers. For bigger projects a 14-volt or higher model are a good choice. For lighter duty, a...
Most consumers use a 3/8-inch model that reverses, has variable speed and has a keyless chuck. You should get one that draws at least 3.5...
You can use rotary rasps, sanding attachments and even a rotary planer for small...
Bit diameters are usually marked by a single number—the numerator of a fraction. For example, an auger bit, which is marked by 16ths of an inch,...
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