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Accessories built to work with your drill bits. This includes lubricants, bit extensions and more.
Drill bits built long to reach through deep cavities and drill through thin materials.Featured Products >
Arbors connect a hole saw to a drill and pilot bits drill a centering hole to keep the hole saw on center when drilling.Featured Products >
Drill bits built with a rotating helical screw blade (known as a flighting) to act as a method to remove the drilled out material.
Drill bits with a brad at the center of the bit tip that helps position the bit precisely and produces a clean exit point in the workpiece.
Drill bits built to enlarge and bevel the rim of a drilled hole so that a fastener can be inserted flush with the surface.
Drill bits built to handle a wide variety of drilling applications all together in one kit.
Drill bits built to bore smooth, clean holes in wood. They create flat-bottomed holes or a neat exit hole if driven all the way through the material.
Drill bits built specifically to cut through glass or tile while reducing the chances of chips or cracks.
Drill bits built with flutes down the length of the shaft and a carbide tip for cutting into masonry materials. Heat-treated to provide strength so it can withstand hammering...
Drill bits built 9-14 times longer than their diameter and are the most common type of bits. They are great for general purpose use.
Drill bits built with a shank that is narrower than the drill diameter allowing the bit to fit into chucks that would not normally be able to fit the full bit diameter.
Drill bits built to drill large diameter holes up to 1-1/2" in wood. Has a flattened blade with a sharp point.
Drill bits built for specialized uses or are unique.Featured Products >
Drill bits built for drilling in thin metals but will work in wood. The stepped pattern allows you to drill different sized holes using the same bit.
Drill bits built with a short length. These bits are shorter than jobber bits and their size results in a more rigid product that helps to reduce deflection and breakage.