Thought forstner bits were boring? Think again (even though, technically, they are boring…sorry, I’m dadding hard).
They’re probably my favorite kind of drill bit. Used correctly, they cut holes with super clean edges and flat bottoms — something you won’t get with brad point bits.
But what’s great about forstner bits is they can be used in so many ways.
From embedding inlays to hogging out material, you might be surprised to learn all the applications these simple tools have in the shop.
So without further ado, here’s 7 ways to use forstner bits — that may have never occurred to you.