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High Speed Steel Brad-Point Drill Bit Set (6-Piece)

$1438
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  • Drill bit set features exact cutting edges to reduce splintering
  • Durable steel construction offers a long-lasting use
  • Brad-point tips reduce drill walking and remove chips
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Product Overview

The 6 bits that comprise the DEWALT 6-Piece Steel Brad-Point Drill Bit Set feature precise cutting edges that help limit splintering. Each steel bit uses brad-point tips and engineered flutes to help prevent drill walking and remove chips. Set includes 1/8 in., 3/16 in., 1/4 in., 5/16 in., 3/8 in. and 1/2 in. bits.
  • High-speed steel construction for durability
  • Precise cutting edges help prevent splintering
  • Brad-point tips to limit drill walking
  • Engineered flutes for reliable chip removal






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Bit MaterialHigh Speed SteelDrill Bit TypeBrad/Pilot Point
Drill Bit Type(s) IncludedBrad/Pilot PointIndividual/SetSet
Number of Pieces6Returnable90-Day
Self-FeedingNoShank StyleStraight
Shank StyleStraightTools Product TypePower Tool

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First, let me state that I am not a wood working person with a vast experience and array of tools...
First, let me state that I am not a wood working person with a vast experience and array of tools. My radio-controlled model airplane building and crash repair needs require drilling holes every now and then. Also, I don’t get paid for this review, but I am an avid photography enthusiast. Some of us describe ourselves as a jack of all trades and master of none. Drill bits have always been in my tool assortment. For hobby birch plywood, a cleanly drilled hole will do away with or minimize the sanding efforts that are difficult when splits occur. Strength for this area keeps my airplanes together longer. You know what I am talking about. For decades I have been buying what I will call the “common” drill bits. They work well. I am not knocking them as they get a lot of use from me. So, why get brad point drill bits? Frankly, the photos show why. The result is a clean hole with the absence of splits. For both holes there was no backing material under the small piece of plywood. Both hole tests involved a slow feed pressure. One hole requires a lot of sanding and repositioning of the split fibers to get it to look like the brad point hole. Brad point drill bits have a long center point that works out well if you have a pilot hole in your work. The “spurs” on the outer edge are probably the reason for the clean-cut holes. I am not an expert, but I know which drill bits I will be reaching for.
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Working fine for wood. Used the 1/4 inch for boring dowel pin holes into Walnut and Cedar wood.
Working fine for wood. Used the 1/4 inch for boring dowel pin holes into Walnut and Cedar wood.
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Using Brad Point Drill Bit to bore clean thru holes in soft wood...
I needed a new 1/4" brad point drill bit to bore thru holes in 3/4" pine boards. I purchased the set of bits instead of only the one 1/4" because of the price; ~$5 for one bits vs ~$14 for the complete set.... I used the 1/4" bit to bore ~1400 holes in 10 floor-to-ceiling upright shelf supports for a set of built in bookcases 23 feet long. Using a bench top drillpress with a backer board to minimize tear-out on the backside. I found that it was best to raise the bit out of the hole to clean out cut chips before cutting through to minimize back tear out. This bit did the job nicely in short order. After 1400 holes it was just as sharp as when I started.
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Adequate I guess
I've only used the 2 smallest bits so far, and one of them wobbles like crazy - not too impressed. Will upgrade to something better at some point.
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    Adequate bits, don’t leave the cleanest hole, but they’re reasonably...
    Adequate bits, don’t leave the cleanest hole, but they’re reasonably priced.
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    Only used one of 6 to dateGo...
    Only used one of 6 to dateGo
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