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Old 10-12-2014, 09:18 PM   #1
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Drill Drip Bit?


On step 6 of these instructions

http://www.stairsupplies.net/img/uca..._Sure_Tite.pdf

It says use a 3/8" Drip Bit, I never heard of a drip bit before... what is this?
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It's a router bit that puts a slightly raised edge on countertops to keep water from, well, dripping off.



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Old 10-12-2014, 09:47 PM   #3
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It's a router bit that puts a slightly raised edge on countertops to keep water from, well, dripping off.





But what would a bit like that have to do with a newel installation? That's what is confusing me
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But what would a bit like that have to do with a newel installation? That's what is confusing me
That's a mis-print. They meant to say "drill bit". The Chinese have never learned to proof read anything.
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That's a mis-print. They meant to say "drill bit". The Chinese have never learned to proof read anything.
That's what I was thinking when I read it, but not working in carpentry thought maybe it was just something I never heard of before
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I agree with Bud, that has to be a mis-print.
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