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Old 10-09-2006, 12:20 PM
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Default Drill Bits

Some of you actually use drill bits on a constant basis, so the reason for this post: KEEPING THEM SHARP. I was given a Drill Doctor for me birthday. This thing really did work and did a very good job! I got an XP ($100) so it does split points and different angles, and any type of bit or coating (cement & nitride). After figuring it out, I could pick up a drill bit, index it, sharpen it, and start another in under a minute. It only took 1 turn to sharpen it. Several when the lead edge was chipped. I'm not promoting it, as such, but if your considering it, get it, if not and you just buy new bits, it is worth it.
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