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The premium brand for all your screws, bolts, and other hardware
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The premium brand for all your screws, bolts, and other hardware
More affordable than hardware stores
Fast delivery throughout Europe

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.

Are you looking for wood drill bits to use with hardwood, like azobe, oak, meranti, mahogany, or bangkirai? Then check out our hardwood drill bits or auger drill bits

Do you need to drill holes with a large diameter? Then take a look at our spade drill bits.

Wovar's wood drill bits are made of high-quality tool steel. The drill bits have a sharp centring tip, also called a brad point, which allows you to work very accurately. Added to that, the drill bits are right-handed, which is the standard for most wood drill bits.

When do you use a wood drill bit?

A traditional wood drill bit is used for drilling holes in beams, boards, or planks made of softwood. If you are working with hardwood, it is better to use hardwood drill bits or auger drill bits. The sharp tip of the wood drill bit prevents the drill bit from slipping, and the cutting edge creates clean holes. 

What is the difference between wood drill bits and masonry drill bits?

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.

Ordering wood drill bits

Order wood drill bits today for a competitive price. Do you own a business in the construction or landscaping sector? Wovar's business clients enjoy many benefits with a free business account.

Is this not quite what you are looking for? Check out our hardwood drill bits, or browse our entire collection of drills and bits, including hammer drill bits, concrete drill bits, and diamond drill bits.