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Core Drills or Hole Saws: What is the difference?

Core Drills or Hole Saws: What is the difference?
Core Drill Bits/Annular Broach Cutters share similarities with Hole Saw Cutters, they both cut a groove around the outside of the hole leaving a solid core or slug in the middle. However, there are differences when it comes to Core Drills vs Hole Saws.

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Cobalt vs HSS

Cobalt vs HSS
With so many Drill Bit options it is hard to decide which is appropriate for the task in hand. This article guide will do a head-to-head comparison between High-Speed Steel (HSS) and Cobalt to determine which is the stronger and more suitable metal material for drill bit tools.

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What is De Burring?

What is De Burring?
To De Burr means to remove excess material known as burrs using De Burring Tools such as Blades, Rotary Burrs and other grinders. This blog explores what is de burring and what techniques can be used.

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Hole Saw Guide

Hole Saw Guide
What are Hole Saws? How do you use a Hole Saw? Which materials can they handle? When should you use a Hole Saw Cutter? The ultimate guide on Hole Saw Tools for your DIY small scale jobs or big scale construction Projects.

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How To Use A Countersink Drill Bit For Metal: Pro Tips For Effective And Safe Use

How To Use A Countersink Drill Bit For Metal: Pro Tips For Effective And Safe Use
It is not uncommon to find screw heads that have been incorrectly placed, causing them to stick out from the surface. Not only is this unsightly, but the protruding screw heads can also be dangerous, as it can result in a severe cut or scratches. Additionally, if these screws can't be tightened all the way, items may get caught on the head of the screw. Countersinking your hole before inserting the screw is one way to avoid this problem in the future.

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