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Did you know that Mudge Fasteners also supplies all of the industrial drill bits and drivers you need on your job? Below are some of the most common bits and drivers we sell, but if you don't see what you need here, contact us and we'll help you get what you need.

Industrial Wood Drill Bits

Brad Point (Dowel) Bits for Wood
These are one of the three main types of wood drill bits, characterized by the small point at the tip. Spurs on either side of the point will cut clean, straight holes.

Industrial Auger Drill Bits

Auger Drill Bits
These cut large, deep accurate holes. The spiraling shaft comes to a fine, threaded point. Carbon-steel bits are best and can be resharpened.

Industrial Wood Drill Bits

Wood Spade or Paddle Bits
The pointed tip begins the hole and the paddle-shaped blade bores large, wide holes. The size is clearly marked on the paddle's face.

 
Industrial Metal Drill Bits

Metal Drill Bits
These are known as high-speed steel (HSS) bits and are characterized by their black color. More expensive, durable ones may contain cobalt or be titanium-coated. They can also be used on wood or plastic, but they last longer if reserved for metalwork.

Industrial Masonry Drill Bits

Masonry Drill Bits
These can cut into many masonry surfaces. The shaft spirals up to a tip that is often composed of an extra-hardened material. Bit colors vary because of the different materials used. The tip may be a different color from the shaft due to a hardened coating. For instance, a chrome-vanadium shaft may be finished with a tungsten-carbide tip.

Industrial SDS Drill Bits

SDS Bits
In addition to the standard drill bits, there is a wide range of specialty bits are available made for a specific task, or to fit a particular type of chuck. These are made specifically to fit an SDS chuck mechanism, and won’t work with any other. The end that fits into the chuck has a fluted appearance; the drilling part of the shaft is normal.

 
Industrial Countersink Drill Bits

Countersink Bits
As well as drilling a hole, these bits also cut a space for screw heads. They are ideal for preventing wood from splitting.

Industrial Woodworking Drill Bits

Specialty Woodworking Bits
Countersink bit (left) enlarges a hole's opening so that a screw can sit flush. A plug cutter (right) cuts wooden plugs that can be used to cover screw heads. It removes the plug through the side opening in the bit. A hinge cutter (middle) has a tungsten-carbide tip to cut holes for kitchen cabinet door hinges.

Industrial Tile Glass Drill Bits

Tile and Glass Bits
The spear-shaped tungsten-carbide tip penetrates a tile or piece of glass, then enlarges the hole to the diameter of the tip's base.

 
 
Industrial Screwdriver Bits

Flat-Head Screwdriver Bits
Some bits insert directly into the chuck, but most need to be put in a bit holder, which is then inserted into the chuck. These are designed for use with slot-headed screws.

 
Industrial Screwdriver Bits

Phillips Screwdriver Bits
Screws with a Phillips head must be driven by a corresponding bit.

 
 
 
Industrial Screwdriver Bits

Posidriv Screwdriver Bits
Like Phillips bits, these are made to drive a particular type of screw.

 
Industrial Screwdriver Bits

Square Drive Bits
These bits are often used for driving deck screws.

 
 
Flexible Bit and Hole Cutter

Flexible Bit and Hole Cutter
A flexible drill shaft (left) attaches to the chuck and allows a drill to be used in an otherwise inaccessible area. The flexible shaft maneuvers bit into tight spaces. It cannot be used with the drill in reverse action. A hole cutter bit (right) sometimes called a hole-saw, comes in various sizes for cutting wood and metal. The drill bit cuts first, then the round cutter makes a larger hole.

Industrial Nut Drivers

Driver Bit Holders and Nut Driver
To work as a screwdriver, a drill-driver needs an attachment to hold bits in place. It is also possible to insert specialty bits into the chuck. The standard holder (bottom) holds the bit and in the chuck. The quick-release bit holder (middle) has a quick-release action mechanism that makes changing the bit very easy. The nut driver (top) is used for tightening nuts or bolts.

How to Store Drill Bits

Storing Drill Bits
Most types of drill bits are available in a wide range of sizes and qualities, and often come in sets, which can be economical if you do a lot of drilling. For the best results, always use the bit that is recommended for a specific job. Some sets contain many bits of the same type (those shown here are HSS bits); others contain the most common sizes of masonry, wood and HSS bits.