• We invite you to join UKWorkshop.
    Members can turn off viewing Ads!

Could come in handy? asvert;

UKworkshop.co.uk

Help Support UKworkshop.co.uk:

Rorschach

Guest
Joined
6 Jan 2016
Messages
7,021
Reaction score
1,108
Location
Devon
Those things are terrible, they are always dull and clog up super quick.
 

skeetstar

Established Member
Joined
7 Sep 2014
Messages
273
Reaction score
30
Location
southam, warwickshire
I also wonder about the lateral pressure on the bearings of the drill. The drill is designed to take load along the axis of the bit, I doubt it is designed to take load across that axis. I may be completely wrong, but I bet they would wear out your drill before its time.
 

powertools

Established Member
Joined
7 Jun 2011
Messages
1,796
Reaction score
158
Location
Bedfordshire
It's funny how things have changed over the last 40 years.
Over 40 years ago when I started into hobby woodworking a router was the stuff of dreams my router was a Stanley bridges drill with a set of rasps made by a company called CK along with a table that fitted on the S B drill press attachment.
With routers and router bits being so cheap today I can see no reason to buy the item in this post but with some basic skills they could be useful.
 
Top