|Bit Material||High Speed Steel||Drill Bit Type||Spade|
|Drill Bit Type(s) Included||Spade||Features||No Additional Features|
|Number of Pieces||5-10 Pieces||Number of Pieces||10|
|Tools Product Type||Power Tool|
A: The country of origin of Bosch SB0010 is China. Robert Bosch Tool Corporation utilizes a global manufacturing strategy, which incorporates a global network of suppliers with our worldwide manufacturing locations in regions such as Asia, Europe, and the United States. Our manufacturing facilities around the globe are all owned and operated by the Bosch Group and maintain the highest quality standards. You can be assured that whatever country your Bosch product was made in, it will be made with the quality you would expect from Bosch. For further assistance, contact us at 1-877-BOSCH99 (1-877-267-2499) from Mon-Fri 7A-7P CST.
A: About 6”, long enough to go through 3 2x6 studs all together
A: These are excellent bits and all of them are six inches long. They also work well with bit extenders should you need a longer reach.
A: Hi! The bits in the SB0010 Drill Bit Set are about 6" long and about 4" in usable length. For further assistance, contact us at 1-877-267-2499 from M-F 7a-7p CST.
A: The SB0010 Spade Bit Set comes with from 1/4 to 1 in., this spade bit set tears through studs, plywood and planks easily, but also allows for non through whole applications. For further assistance, contact us at 1-877-BOSCH99 (1-877-267-2499) from Mon-Fri 7A-7P CST.
A: Yes, I believe so ... try drilling on a scrap piece first to be sure of the results.
A: This SB0010 spade bit set tears through studs, plywood and planks easily. These are not designed for use on plastic. You may need to use a multi purpose bit to drill into plastics, MP500T. For further assistance, contact us at 1-877-BOSCH99 (1-877-267-2499) from Mon-Fri 7A-7P CST.
A: depends on the "plastic." If it's PVC board, for example, it will be fine. But if it's brittle plastic, like polycarbonate sheet, then it will shatter it.
A: Probably ... it might take a bit of extra time to do so depending on the density and thickness of the piece, but I cut plastic quite often with my wood-working tools.