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Wood Drill Bits
With Wovar's wood drill bits, you can drill holes in all kinds of wood, especially softwood. For example, these drill bits can be used with pine wood, chipboard, and MDF. The sharp tip of the drill bit allows you to be very precise, and prevents the drill bit from slipping. The wood drill bits are available in several sizes. The diameter of our wood drill bits ranges from 3 mm to 12 mm, and they are available in the lengths 6 mm, 8 mm, and 10 mm.
Do you need to drill holes with a large diameter? Then take a look at our spade drill bits.
Frequently asked questions
What does a wood drill bit look like?
You can recognise a traditional wood drill bit by the sharp centring tip, also called a brad point, at the end of the drill bit. This tip allows you to work very accurately. Just push the tip slightly into the wood in the exact spot you want to prevent the drill bit from slipping away. In addition to the centring tip, the drill bit is equipped with cutting spurs. Cutting spurs are the two 'wings' next to the centring tip. This where the cutting edges of the flutes start.
What is the difference between a wood and masonry drill bit?
The main difference between a wood drill bit and a masonry drill bit is the tip of the drill bit. The tip of a wood drill bit is very sharp and pointed. This allows you to be very precise and prevents the drill bit from slipping. On top of that, a wood drill bit has two 'wings', called cutting spurs, that cut through the wood. Compared to this, the tip of a masonry drill bit is relatively blunt. It also does not have those cutting spurs, as they would break when you are cutting through stone.
More and more Handyman companies, gardeners and timber merchants are choosing Wovar because of
- Extra discounts for large consumers;
- Direct contact with a trained specialist;
- Detailed order history;