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Drill bits that drill true
WoodRiver Pen Makers Bit Set
I use these bits mainly for center drilling of blanks for pens. They drill straight, clean holes
and do not bust through the bottom and break the wood or acrylic blanks.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Great drill bits
The Wood Bucket
I wish the set came in a better case. Hard to get bits in and out of flimsy plastic if that is how you have to store them. Not an issue if you have a case that you are restocking worn out bits in.
Fort Worth, TX
This set drills pen blanks like butter. The holes are perfect for my pens.
Five hole makers
I have use the bits and they cut great and I have had no problem with them.
LOVE them! Very Sharp! Cut like butter..
I have only used these for my Pen Turning, but they would be good for any job for a woodworker or Do-It-Yourselfer.
Timeless treasures pens
east haven. CT
Great for making pens but will work for drilling any wood
Good for wood, acrylics not so much
RJ in DE
These bits work well on wood pen blanks if you are drilling the exact hole size (not trying to expand an existing hole) but are likely to chip acrylics. Buy a good set of twist drill bits and start small and step up gradually to the size you want.
Used for drilling pen blanks and produced clean holes.
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