- 9 Exchanged Positions of Blades
- Ergonomic Design Handle
- Patented blade stablizer for strong hold of blade.
- Hidden storage place for spare blades or bits
- Cutting card board or plywood,carpet,glass,tile,textile, sawing wood or metal with different blades.
This 20 pc Utility Knife Kit includes: (1) exchanged utility knife, (5) blades, (5) hook blades, (3) saw blades for metal and wood, (2) bit, (1) circular blade, (1) tungsten blade for glass or tile, (1) holster, and (1) storage case. There are 9 exchanged positions of blades. The ergonomic design handle also feature Instant Change for speedy and safe blade change without tools. Hidden storage place for spare blades or bits. Aluminum die cast handle.
List Price: $ 29.00
What is the easiest way to bore a hole in a thick piece of wood?
I want the diameter to be about 10 or 15cm. I don’t want to bore completely through the wood – just about 10cm down. What tool or strategy would you recommend?
Suggestion by cowboydoc
Use a ten cm. drill bit, a “bottom bit” would give you a clean cut.
Suggestion by ericscribener
Use an auger and auger bit of the right size. You will be able to bore precisely how far down you want.
Suggestion by Mickypoo
A 6″ hole is pretty big. I would use a router with the cutting bit set to the right depth.
Suggestion by boy boy
are you sure you mean centimeter’s ..not millimeter’s you wont get a drill bit that size just like that and would need an industrial type drill to fit it .. go with answer no 3