Countersink cutter drill bits are designed to fit directly into manual, electric and cordless drill driver attachments and have hexagonal or round shanks. Countersink cutters are used to create a chamfer around the rim of a pilot hole enabling the head of a countersunk screw to sit flush.
A countersink drill bit is capable of creating a metal region, which would correspond accordingly to the shape of your screw head. The conical or V shape that the countersink drill bit creates will assist the screw to contact the material on both available sides of the screw.
What else should you know when you work with countersink drill bits?
When you are working with countersink drill bits, you will need to keep a few other important things in your mind as well.
Countersink screws are the screws that are properly drilled into your surface. You will end up with countersink screws after you use countersink drill bits. You need to make sure that the size of the countersink bit is matching along with the specific size of the countersink screw that you are planning to use.
The countersink hole is the hole where you use to place the countersink screw in. The countersink drill bits can help you with making the countersink hole.
A metal countersink bit is where you will be drilling the countersink screw into a metal surface.
A wood countersink bit is where you will be drilling the countersink screw into a wooden surface. You will need to be using appropriate countersink screws and countersink cutters.
Types of Countersink Cutters
These countersink cutter drill bits are made from HSS (High-Speed Steel) which can withstand high temperatures without losing its hardness. Anyone who is looking for countersinks or a countersink bit can browse through the countersink sets we have in our collection and go for the right product. Whether you want to buy Dormer countersinks or Exact countersinks, we got you cov