Rockler/Insty-Drive Self-Centering Bits

"Rockler/Insty-Drive Self-Centering Bits" -- Self-centering bits feature a hex collar that allows for use with the Rockler/Insty-Drive exclusive Insty-Driver. You’ll get perfectly centered pilot holes for accurate hinge and hardware installation every time!

Rockler/Insty-Drive Self-Centering Bits
Rockler/Insty-Drive Self-Centering Bits
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Details about Rockler/Insty-Drive Self-Centering Bits:   Set includes #4, #6 and #8 self-centering HSS drill bits that conveniently fit in heavy-duty nylon storage pouch. Individual bits also sold separately. For larger architectural hardware, a #10 bit is available separately. How the Rockler/Insty-Drive System works Drill the pilot hole with the countersink bits or the self-centering bits, which both have a hex shank to prevent slipping.Slip on the Rockler exclusive Insty-Driver, which fits over Rockler countersink and self-centering bits. Magnetic tip holds all 1/4" style insert bits and screws.Drive home the screws. Then slip off the Insty-Driver and do it again. You'll get fast and accurate hardware installation every time! --- Without Rockler/Insty-Drive Self-Centering BitsWith Rockler/Insty-Drive Self-Centering Bits Misaligned and damaged screw heads like the example shown above left are virtually eliminated with the self centering bits of the Rockler/Insty-Drive System. Optional Drill Accessories Rockler / Insty-Drive Quick-Change ChuckThe 3/8" shank chuck includes a quick-release sleeve and accepts all 1/4" hex shank bits & drivers.                 

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