- Titanium Bits
Drill bits come in standard sizes, both in metric and imperial unites, but there are specialized bits for unique projects. These specialized bits are capable of drilling non-cylindrical-shaped holes.
- Drill Bits
Drill bits are made of various materials with different types of coatings. Low and high carbon steels are used in wood, and high speed steel is resistant to heat, and thus can be used at greater cutting speeds.
- Spade Bit
Spade drill bits are used for boring holes in wood. These bits often cause splintering, and thus are used for rough work applications. These bits are flat with a center point and two cutting blades.
- Horse Bridles
A long row of bridles, reins, and bits hangs on the wall of a tack room. This important riding equipment allows the rider to control the horse. The bit, which is attached to the bridle, will be placed in the horse's mouth.
- Dressage Horses
The heads of two dressage horses seem to float on a black background. Both horses are wearing dressage bits and bridles.
- Rotary Tool
A black rotary tool, otherwise known as a Dremel, is photographed on a white background. A variety of different bits surround it.
- Drill Bit in a Chuck
Drill bits are the final piece of a powered tool that cuts cylindrical holes into various materials. The bits are held in the drill, which provides torque and rotates the bits.
- Drill Accessories
Cordless drill kits like this yellow one come with a strong carrying case and often include a variety of drill bits, screw driver bits and a charger.
- Carbide Bur Display
A rack of steel carbide burs, in a variety of sizes, is displayed. Place the bits in your power tool, and use them to rotate, smooth, shape, or sharpen.