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drill bit

noun
1.
bit1 (defs 1a, b).
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  • Of course, the first vibrations of a drill bit would set off the embedded seismic alarm anyway.
  • Workers drilling at the site said they also found a sheet of gold wrapped around the drill bit when they withdrew it.
  • Use a drill bit slightly smaller in diameter than the nail.
  • The drill bit and rods are removed and what is left is a self-supporting, open rock borehole.
  • And because it could last a lot longer then the single drill bit can, there are extra spares for it.
  • But occasionally drillers lose a drill bit when the hole collapses.
  • He secures a block of blue wax to a movable platform under the mill's drill bit.
  • In addition he used a six-mm drill bit to remove more cartilage.
  • The impact hammer drill with carbide drill bit was used to drill the pilot holes.
  • In rotary drilling, a drill bit is attached to a hollow drill pipe.

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