Forstner Bits 26MM,35MM

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A Forstner bit is a specialized woodworking drill bit designed for creating flat-bottomed holes with a clean and precise finish. Unlike traditional twist drill bits, Forstner bits have a cylindrical, flat-bottomed shape with a center point and cutting edges along the circumference. These bits are commonly used when a smooth and accurately sized hole without breakthrough is required in woodworking applications, such as for drilling holes for dowels or creating recesses for hardware like hinges. Forstner bits are known for their ability to produce clean and splinter-free boreholes, making them popular among woodworkers and cabinetmakers for tasks that demand precision and aesthetics.

1. Material: T10
2. HRC 50~55
3. For hard and soft wood, polywood.                                                                              4. Packed by double blister card.



  1. Drilling Flat-Bottomed Holes: Forstner bits excel at creating flat-bottomed holes, which is essential for certain woodworking applications, such as when inserting dowels or other hardware that requires a level surface.
  2. Hinge and Hardware Installation: Woodworkers use Forstner bits to create recesses for hinges, latches, and other hardware. The flat-bottomed holes produced by Forstner bits provide a stable base for the hardware to sit flush with the surface.
  3. Cabinetmaking: Forstner bits are widely used in cabinetmaking to drill holes for adjustable shelving pins, creating clean and precise holes that accommodate shelf support systems.
  4. Creating Pocket Holes: Forstner bits are sometimes used to create pocket holes, which are angled holes used in joinery for connecting pieces of wood. This is often done in combination with pocket hole jigs.
  5. Boring Large Diameter Holes: Forstner bits are available in a variety of sizes, including larger diameters. They are suitable for boring larger holes in wood, which may be required for various projects such as making wooden bowls or large-diameter through-holes.
  6. Decorative Inlays: Woodworkers use Forstner bits to create decorative inlays by drilling precise, circular patterns into the wood. This can add visual interest and detail to furniture or other woodworking projects.
  7. Concealed Fastening: Forstner bits are employed for creating countersunk holes to conceal fasteners, providing a neat and finished appearance to the wood surface.
  8. Woodturning: In woodturning projects, Forstner bits are used to create initial holes for items like candle holders or to prepare the wood for turning on a lathe.
SKU: AHS62671 Category:



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Eye Protection:
    • Always wear safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from wood chips, dust, and any potential debris that may be generated during drilling.
  2. Hearing Protection:
    • If you are using a powerful drill or working for an extended period, consider using ear protection to guard against the noise generated by the drill.
  3. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the workpiece is securely clamped to a stable surface. This prevents the wood from spinning or moving unexpectedly during drilling, reducing the risk of injury.
  4. Stable Platform:
    • If using a drill press, make sure the machine is stable and securely anchored. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for setup and usage.
  5. Correct Speed and Power Settings:
    • Use the appropriate speed setting on your drill, based on the size of the Forstner bit and the type of wood you are working with. Running the drill at the correct speed helps ensure control and efficiency.
  6. Depth Setting:
    • Set the depth stop on your drill press or use tape on the Forstner bit to mark the desired drilling depth. This helps prevent drilling too deep and causing damage.
  7. Avoid Freehand Drilling:
    • Whenever possible, use a drill press for Forstner bit applications. Freehand drilling with a handheld drill can be less precise and increase the risk of accidents.
  8. Clear the Workspace:
    • Remove any unnecessary tools, materials, or debris from the drilling area. A clutter-free workspace minimizes the risk of accidents and allows for better control.
  9. Check Bit Condition:
    • Before use, inspect the Forstner bit for any damage, such as bent or dull cutting edges. Damaged bits can lead to inefficient cutting and may cause kickback.
  10. Cooling and Lubrication:
    • For extended use, especially when drilling through hardwoods, consider using a lubricant or coolant to keep the bit cool. This helps prevent overheating and extends the life of the bit.
  11. Keep Hands Clear:
    • Keep your hands and clothing clear of the drill bit while it’s in motion. Wait for the bit to come to a complete stop before reaching for the workpiece or making any adjustments.
  12. Read the Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines for both the drill and the Forstner bit. This includes recommended safety precautions and maintenance procedures.

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