Overall length: 165mm
Shank: 6.35mm hex for quick change
Use the 4 flute boring bit to drill into wood/timber.
A low rpm rotary drill with a planetary gearbox is required to be used with
boring bits. It is possible to use a cordless drill, but in its lowest gear.
- The drill spurs have 4 cutting edges that leaves a cleaner and more
precise bored hole.
- Using the same designed screw tip as from an auger drill bit – the 4
flute boring bit feeds itself.
- The shank can be clamped into a 6.35mm quick change chuck or a standard
3 jaw chuck. It also prevents slipping in a chuck.
- The edges of the bit have been hardened and remains sharper for longer.
- The flutes are designed to have excellent chip/shaving clearance.
- 4 cutting edges means faster cutting and more durability.
Take care when drilling with wood boring bits. Keep the rotary drill steady with
both hands to prevent wrist injury.