Drill a Pilot Hole and Countersink at the Same Time
If you like to do woodworking projects and especially cabinet making, then chances are you're gonna be driving a lot of screws. So that means drilling pilot holes, counter sinks and driving the screws themselves in. Now there are a couple ways to do this.
The first way is the triple tool time-consuming better not be in a rush method, and that goes something like this - you start out with a counter sink. Take that out. Put in your pilot bit. Take that out. Install a driver bit.
And finally, drive in the screw. Or you might consider this. This is a multi purpose bit and driver. It's all built into one. It has a pilot bit, a countersink and a screwdriver. And to use it, you drill one hole. Take the drill and the countersink off. And drive in the screw. So what's it gonna be? A triple threat or fast and easy?
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