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Here's another item, again first person to correctly identify the item gets 50 points.

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Here's another item, again first person to correctly identify the item gets 50 points.

Sometimies I wish I had one of these, used to drill holes of various diameters, diameter too small, just go down one more diameter. Primarily used in a drill press where you have better control of bit and material. Used on thin material only.
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I believe it is called a unibit, drill holes ov vatious sizes.


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Unibit or step drill depending on the manufacturer. They come in two sizes.

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It can also deburr holes.




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Sometimies I wish I had one of these, used to drill holes of various diameters, diameter too small, just go down one more diameter. Primarily used in a drill press where you have better control of bit and material. Used on thin material only.
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I didn't specify (I'm new at this ) that the proper name 'and' use be included, so your the winner with the description of use.
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