Brad Point Drill Bit
One variety of brad point drill bits.
The absolute best source for sharpening this tool is Leonard Lee's book, The Complete Guide to Sharpening, Chapter 15. (This is a must-have for any sharpener's library.)
Other notes :
- Ensure both shoulders are the same height.
- Ensure both spurs are the same height.
- Ensure brad point extends beyond the spurs.
- DO NOT change
- the center point of the drill bit, or
- the diameter of the drill bit.
Grind the minimum off the bit.
Notes & Comments
Probably best to stay with the drill bit's geometry as supplied by the manufacturer.
Books & Papers
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