Material: Wood spade bits in the Self Cut Range are typically made of high-speed steel (HSS) or carbon steel, providing durability and heat resistance during drilling.
Bit Types: Wood spade bits have a flat, paddle-like design with a pointed center spur and cutting edges on the sides. This design allows for rapid drilling in wood without clogging.
Sizes: Wood spade bits in the Self Cut Range are available in various sizes, specified in diameter measurements (e.g., 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", etc.). They may be sold individually or as part of a set with a range of sizes.
Shank Type: The shank of the wood spade bit determines its compatibility with different types of drill chucks. Common shank types include round shank or hex shank.
Flute Design: The Self Cut Range of wood spade bits typically features specially designed flutes that improve chip evacuation, reducing the risk of clogging and increasing drilling efficiency.
Cutting Edge: Wood spade bits in the Self Cut Range have sharp cutting edges on the sides of the flat paddle, ensuring fast and clean drilling in wood.
Application: Wood spade bits from the Self Cut Range are designed for drilling holes in wood and wood-based materials. They are commonly used in rough drilling applications, such as framing, construction, and carpentry.
Spur Tip: The center spur tip of the wood spade bit helps to accurately start the drilling process and prevent the bit from wandering or skidding.
Coating: Some wood spade bits in the Self Cut Range may come with a coating or finish to reduce friction and heat during drilling, improving their performance and longevity.
Storage: Wood spade bits from the Self Cut Range may come in individual packaging or as part of a set, with storage cases or holders to keep them organized and easily accessible.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 20 cm|