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Those suckers are hellova expensive.
Also great for drilling plastic leaves a very clean hole no need for filing.
Thank for you post!How they (step drills) perform in thicker sheets, lets say 5.0 mm-8.0 mm ?It's just a matter of put some oil lubricant and more drill time, or there's some knack ?And how they perform on a drill press? I think that they would be more adjusted to thicker metal.
I don't always have a use for everything you show us but you sure make me want to try them out for the sheer pleasure of it.Excellent video as always Chez!
Didn't even know these existed! Sometimes with a regular drill bit the bit get stuck in the thin sheet metal
Just wondering, could you use a step drill to drill out a cone-shaped cavity in a block of wood? It would be very useful to me if it could.
Spot on 👍
Also it very useful for drilling plywood. At ebay you can find both metric and imperial sizes and for low price
So that's what they're for. Thanks.
taught me something new…thanks
THANKS…7 Stars for Information
Do you recommend any kind of grease or oil for stepped drill bits? They seem to get quite hot the few times i used them.
oh its a very nice drill
Going through a firewall with one of these. Wish me luck 🙂
what's the thickest material these are good for? 16g or could you cut even thicker easy enough?
Can I use this in plywood?
One question. If i have to drill a 2mm sheet metal, what do recommend me, use this step drills or a how saw?Usually i make 22mm hole diameter on a enclosure metal box.Thanks for your video and your answer.
thanks a lot for nice demonstration ….
Awesome, great clear instruction without the crap – well done!
THANKS for the video. Very helpful. I plan on using a step drill to add a damper vent to a Weber grill.
Is it ever intended that you would use a step bit and STOP drilling half way (or quarter way) down so that you don't go through all the diameters on the bit? Or, are you supposed to go all the way to the largest diameter and the multiple steps on the bit just make it easier on the drill because it only has to enlarge the hole a little at a time? I thought the point was to be able to drill multiple sized holes with one bit just by stopping earlier, but I have NEVER seen a youtube demo where any user actually stops short of the largest diameter on the bit! Thanks for this great vid
I want to drill 24 mm and 30 mm holes in 3/16 inch and 1/4 inch sheet aluminum, what should I use? Also, I will be using a drill press.
What brand were these? Loads on ebay,but cheap and nasty looking.
Perfect! I learned a lot in this short video.
Now what can one use to drill a 5/8th's or 9/16th's hole through thick metal (1/4" Flatbar)?
I basically want to line lengths of #5 rebar though a piece of flatbar.
Will this type bit work on 1/4 inch steel ? Thank You and God Bless
lidl are selling these here in the south of France so I will buy three tomorrow thanks to your clear explanation!
May I ask how you put the original holes in the sheet metal. I only need a 6mm hole for some attach screws. Will a twist drill do that OK… good video…
What did you use to drill the pilot holes?
Can i use this to make intricate design on brass/silver to make jewellery?
Step drills are great for thin metal
Hi, did you know a clip from this video is being used on a sales video circulating on Facebook?
What would you use to cut a hole in a stainless steel sink for a tap?
How did u drill the pilot holes ??
What kind of metal can drill calvanize,steel, iron etc and till how nany mm thickness?Mostly interested for steel and iron….
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