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  1. Darrell

    What is a V bit?

    If you are a hobbyist, then chances are you've heard of the term "v bit" and maybe even have one or two in your toolbox. But do you know what they're for? V bits are used for cutting metal in tight spaces where large cutters can't fit. They come in different shapes to suit various jobs from drilling holes to making chamfers. If you don't have any v bits yet, it might be time to grab some! What does it do and how does it work? The v bit is designed for drilling holes in wood or metal. It can be used to create large countersunk holes and cutouts, as well as smaller lines that are perfect f
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