Drill bits are cutting tools that are used with drills to create holes in various materials. They come in many different sizes and are usually connected to a drill, which rotates them and provides torque and axial force to create the hole. Drill bits feature a spiral, pointed angle, lip angle, and length.
The spiral is used to keep holes from clogging.
The pointed angle is used to control wandering, chatter, hole shape, and wear rate.
The lip angle determines the amount of support provided to the cutting edge.
The length determines how deep a hole can be drilled.
Choose from an assortment of bits to best suit your needs.