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Freud FB-010 1-3/8-Inch by 3/8-Inch Shank Forstner Drill Bit

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  • Drill flat bottomed holes without splintering
  • Drill straight, angled and overlapping holes
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Freud's High Speed Steel Forstner Bits drill clean holes in wood and most wood products. The sharp center spur accurately locates the center of your hole. Use for drilling flat bottom holes, pocket holes or overlapping holes.

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Freud's High Speed Steel Forstner Bits drill clean holes in wood and most wood products. The sharp center spur accurately locates the center of your hole. Use for drilling flat bottom holes, pocket holes or overlapping holes.

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Technical Details
Part Number FB-010
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions3.2 x 3.2 x 0.2 inches
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Item model numberFB-010
Style1-3/8-Inch by 3/8-Inch Shank Forstner Drill Bit
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB00004RK4W
Best Sellers Rank #79,259 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableJuly 5, 2000
  
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. Peter Quinn on June 1, 2007
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This is the size you need to drill holes for euro hinges. Like all the Freud bits I have bought this bit comes very sharp, doesn t wobble and cuts clean holes as advertised. I am pleased with its performance and you can't beat the price. Speciallized bits for euro hinges are $75-$125 and are typically carbide tipped. If you were in the kitchen cabinet door business drilling hundreds of holes per week that would be neccessary, but in my small custom shop I only occasionally mount euro hinges and this bit works for me. Heck, its so cheep I'll probably buy a second one when I send this out to be reground ,which for me will be the day after it no longer cuts clean holes. Also this is not the bit for man made materials ie MDF, plywood, chip board. I use it only on hardwood styles- High speed steel wont go far in MDF!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By palealien VINE VOICE on January 9, 2010
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Many years ago, for about eight bucks more than this bit cost, I bought a complete set of Fortsner bits in a nice wooden case. When the time came to actually use them, they were quite handy for determining the exact size I needed. Nothing else. Except for woodburning, they are essentially useless. It amazes me how they can produce a piece that looks exactly like the real thing, and then make their money by failing to put a worthy cutting edge on it.

This was before I truly learned about inexpensive imported cutting tools. When I had some serious paying work that required a few accurate borigns, I unhesitatingly bought Freud- while not a woodworker geek's ultimate high end, they are easy to find in big-box stores, and as I have learned, nothing cuts like a Freud.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Larry D. Nail on April 15, 2014
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Tools come in all kinds and sizes. Generally you get what you pay for. You can buy a whole set of crummy forstner drill bits, or you can collect the sizes you need in quality bits and you'll have tools that will last and last. After borrowing a titanium coated forstner in 1 3/8", a popular size for creating weight disks for pinewood race cars, I made up my mind to skip the junk and get Freud bits. I just needed 3 large sizes. For less than a set of junk bits, I have some beauties that cut sharp, stay sharp, and work clean. That titanium stuff looks great, but put a little heat on it, get it a little dull, and pretty soon you have something too oddly shaped for a paper weight, but about all its good for.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By White&Nerdy on May 14, 2013
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Cut nice, perfectly clean holes. Great buy, would not hesitate to purchase this brand again. Was the perfect fit for the cabinet door hinges I was mounting.
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By Jason Loukes on February 28, 2013
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I purchased these bits for building cabinet doors with euro-hinges.

I am glad I purchased two of these as one of them was not the advertised size. Both packages were correctly labeled 1-3/8 but one of them was actually 1-1/4. I did not check the size before cutting my first hole, shame on me. I don't fault the seller, it was packaged that way.

Shipping was fast and the bits function perfectly. Just be sure to double check the size before you drill...
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By seatlanta on November 1, 2014
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Good, solid, well-made Forstner bit. I used it for modifying several IKEA cabinets. I had to mount several of those weird Swedish hinges in places where they don't normally belong, and this bit is just the right size. If you try it, be careful not to drill through the wood. It's a close call.

The bit cuts just fine. No complaints.
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By A. Logan on June 17, 2013
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Was hesitant to order a forstner bit for cup hinges because I don't have a drill press, but this bit with my 12V Craftsman Nextec driver are a perfect match. Made a simple jig with 1/2" plywood and cut through 6 pairs of hinges no problem. Building my own/first set of cabinet doors saved me $100's.
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By ob1259 on January 6, 2013
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Sharp and symmetrical, made quick study of drilling holes for cabinetry door hinge in sets. Ha to file down the starter point to keep it from penetrating through the door front at the depth I needed.
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