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    Educate me in drill bits

    I'm wanting to build up my drill bit collection, right now I just have some I've been given, don't even know what kind they are. Do I need some just for wood and then another for metal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olvialor View Post
    I'm wanting to build up my drill bit collection, right now I just have some I've been given, don't even know what kind they are. Do I need some just for wood and then another for metal? Where I can find some good?
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    Ideally yes different for wood and metal.


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    Yes you really should have different drill bits for both wood and metal. Depending on what type of metal you intend drilling will determine what type of metal drill bits you should have. There is a very good article on which drill bits work best for various metals it is called the ultimate guide to drill bits by Wayne Winton (Tri County Locksmiths).
    You will find that cobalt drill bits will/should drill most metals you need to drill. When drilling metal you should also use a drilling lubricant.


 

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