Are carbide drill bits the best?

Answer On One Hand: Carbide Tips Are Designed for Stone and MasonryCarbide-tipped drill bits are designed to work with hammer drills to drill through brick, masonry and stone. They are not sharp, but they... Read More »

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Using Carbide Glass Cutting Drill Bits?

Drilling glass can be a tricky task. Because glass is so brittle, it typically cannot be drilled by standard twist drill bits. They tend to grab and chip the glass, which inevitably leads to cracks... Read More »

The Best Drill Bits for Wood?

Hundreds of kinds of drill bits are used in woodworking--drill bits in all sizes designed to drill all kinds of material. They have different configurations, and most of them work on wood but with ... Read More »

How to Drill Very Small Holes with Wire Size Drill Bits?

Drilling small holes with wire-sized drill bits can be especially difficult. The smaller the drill bit, the more likely it is to break. You must be especially careful to keep small drill bits cool,... Read More »

What kind of drill bits should I get to drill through concrete?

You'll need a masonry bit (you can find them in the tool corral of Home Depot or in the fastener section where they have the concrete anchors). The tip of the bit looks like a pointed spade made of... Read More »