Fuller Brad Point Drill Bits - Regular Length
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  • Fuller Brad Point Drill Bits - Regular Length

Fuller Brad Point Drills - Regular Length

Fuller Brad Point Drills are designed to provide the cleanest, straightest, and most accurately sized hole in Wood, Plastic and Metal.

The brad in the center of the point allows accurate positioning when starting a hole even if the hole is not 90 degrees from the surface. The outlining spurs sheer the wood grain and leave a clean edge around the opening of the hole eliminating the need for sanding.

The spurs continue to sheer the wood while drilling and produce an accurately sized hole. In most woods, the spurs also help to produce a cleaner edge when drilling through the backside of the wood.

 
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Tech Spec Product Info User Generated Content
Size (inches)  Decimal Equiv.  Flute Length (inches)  Overall Length (inches) 
5/64  .0781 
3/32  .0937  1-1/4  2-1/4 
7/64  .1094  1-1/2  2-5/8 
1/8  .1250  1-5/8  2-3/4 
9/64  .1406  1-3/4  2-7/8 
5/32  .1562  3-1/8 
11/64  .1719  2-1/8  3-1/4 
3/16  .1875  2-5/16  3-1/2 
13/64  .2031  2-7/16  3-5/8 
7/32  .2188  2-1/2  3-3/4 
15/64  .2344  2-5/8  3-7/8 
1/4  .2500  2-3/4 
17/64  .2656  2-7/8  4-1/8 
9/32  .2812  2-15/16  4-1/4 
19/64  .2969  3-1/16  4-3/8 
5/16  .3125  3-3/16  4-1/2 
21/64  .3281  3-5/16  4-5/8 
11/32  .3438  3-7/16  4-3/4 
23/64  .3594  3-1/2  4-7/8 
3/8  .3750  3-5/8 
BRAND: W.L. Fuller
Type: Brad Point
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W.L. FullerFuller Brad Point Drills - Regular Length
 
4.8

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      5.0

      Good Product

      By DAVIDM

      from PAOLA, KS

      About Me Professional

      Verified Buyer
      Lieutenant

      Pros

      • Use It Everyday

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • All Around
      • Frequent Use

      Comments about W.L. Fuller Fuller Brad Point Drills - Regular Length:

      We are a manufacturing plant and drill wood most every day. This bit works very well and remains sharp for a good period of time.

       
      5.0

      Excellent quality

      By DAVIDM

      from PAOLA, KS

      About Me Professional

      Verified Buyer
      Lieutenant

      Pros

      • No Bit Slippage

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • All Around

        Comments about W.L. Fuller Fuller Brad Point Drills - Regular Length:

        Excellent quality

         
        5.0

        fuller brad point drill bit

        By George

        from Jacksonville,FL

        About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • No Bit Slippage

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • All Around

          Comments about W.L. Fuller Fuller Brad Point Drills - Regular Length:

          Been buying fuller bit for years. Best you can buy.
          George in FLA

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Perfect for woodworking

          By Macgruff

          from Maysville, KY

          About Me Handyman

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Cuts accurate holes
          • Cuts clean holes
          • No chipping

          Cons

          • None

          Best Uses

          • Home Repair
          • In The Field
          • In The Workshop

          Comments about W.L. Fuller Fuller Brad Point Drills - Regular Length:

          Brad point drills are the best choice for most woodworking projects. Fuller is a good choice for quality cutting tools. Many woodworkers have never tried brad point drills preferring to use the more commonly available chisel point drills. Professionals use brad points. Need I say more?

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