Forstner Drill Bit Set Carbide Tipped Boring Core Hole Drill
Most Forstner bits are made from high-speed steel, which is sometimes called high carbon steel. Carbide-tipped versions are available and more durable, but they are more expensive. While available singly, Forstner bits are usually sold as boxed collections of 5pcs or more. The best Forstner bit sets offer tremendous flexibility, great versatility, and excellent value.
Package & Shipping:
- Free shipping all over the world
- 1 Set Forstner Drill Bit
- To Korea, Japan : it take about 7-10 days
- To USA, CA, Spain, France, Poland, Belgium, Portugal, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Netherlands: it take about 12 - 20days
- To other European countries and Ukraine,Belarus,Russian Federation: it take about 15-30 days
- To other countries: it take about 20-35 days
- Blade is made of exceeding quality alloy, perfect sintering technology, sharp and long life expectancy.
- The positioning is made of powder alloy die-casting, make use of curve design, good for chip removal and drill Special removeable strongback design makes drill easier.
- Could be used for most handheld drill/wireless drill/table drill for wood products hole drilling with smooth hole.
- Type: Forstner Drill Bit
- Material: Cemented Carbide
- Diameter: 15mm 20mm 25mm 30mm 35mm
What's so special about Forstner bits?
Unlike the standard twist bit, Forstner bits are optimized for woodworking applications and cut exceptionally precise, clean-edged holes in wood. Because they're designed to produce a minimum amount of tear-out when exiting the material, Forstner bits are the best bit for drilling through holes. Forstner bits drill a flat-bottomed hole, making them a necessary tool for many hardware installations where a precise depth of mortise is required. Forstner bits are guided by the wide outside rim of the bit, unlike most drill bits, which are guided by the tip. Because of that, they can be used along with a drill press to drill angled holes, holes that partially overlap, and holes on the edge of the material.
In other words, they are really the only bit that's entirely suitable for drilling overlapping guide holes for a rectangular mortise, or for other precision boring operations where the hole needs to be at an angle to the surface of the material. And finally, they are just about the only choice for clean larger sized holes, where the alternative is either an inexpensive spade bit or a hole saw - neither of which are especially well known for producing smooth, crisp-edged holes. To make the prospect of owning a set of Forstner bits even more attractive, Rockler has a number of precision ground high speed steel sets on sale, just in time for you to get one on your holiday wish list.