What is a drill bit guide?
Drill Guide Kit This simple, yet precise Drill Guide locates exact drilling centers and guides drill bits perfectly perpendicular to the work piece on flat, round, spherical and corner edges. The Drill Guide allows you to make clean, accurate holes. It has many hole drilling uses around the house or workshop.
What does a drill drive guide do?
Drive guide: A tube-shaped attachment that holds long screws in place and keeps them straight while driving.
What is a guide screw?
The screw-guide sleeve retracts as the fastener is driven into the workpiece. Using a guide reduces slipping and wobbling of fasteners, so they drive in faster and straighter.
Can you use screwdriver bits in a drill?
Most cordless drills are intended to be used as screwdrivers. Almost all cordless drills on the market have both variable speeds and a clutch, allowing them to drive and remove screws. I also recommend grabbing a drill bit extender. They make driving screws much easier, and only cost a buck or two.
What does a screw guide do?
Eliminate wobbling and slipping, while at the same time protecting your fingers, with the DEWALT DW2095 Seven-piece Magnetic Drive Guide Set. The self-retracting guide sleeve holds screws, as long as four inches, in place for perfect fastening each and every time.
What is the BIT Guide for a horse?
The Bit Guide is a resource for all equestrian enthusiasts looking for information about horse bits and horse bitting issues.
What is the purpose of the bit program?
The BIT program ensures the safe operation of regulated vehicles by motor carriers. Primarily, the intent of this program is to ensure truck terminals are inspected by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) on a performance-based inspection selection system.
What do straight router bits do in a workshop?
Straight Router Bits Straight router bits are a workshop staple, these bits make cuts straight into a material to form a groove or dado (a groove across the wood grain) or to hollow out an area for a mortise or inlay. They come in a variety of diameters and lengths.
What kind of bit should I buy for my router?
If you have a project in mind, choose the bit that is best suited to that application. If you’re assembling a starter set, consider buying a couple of straight bits (maybe 1/4″, 1/2″ and 3/4″); a few round-over bits (1/8″ and 1/4″); a rabbeting bit with interchangeable bearings of different sizes; a 45º chamfer bit; and an ogee bit.