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Wood Drill Bits & Set

Wood cutting drills have this exact principle in mind. The first part of the drill to enter the wood is a sharp point that penetrates the wood’s surface without the use of excessive force.

The next part of the drill to make contact with the wood is a cutting edge that spins in a circle and cuts the hole to the size you need.

There are a few different types of drill that are all suitable for use with dowelling projects. These are briefly described below.

Brad point bits are also known as lip and spur bits or dowelling bits.

As their alternative name suggests, these are the most common types of drill bit used for dowelling because the sharp point at the end of the drill does not stick out much further than the cutting edge of the drill bit.