drill bit

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drill bit

The pointed part of a drill that bores a hole into the surface or material being drilled. I think we'll need a different size drill bit to make a bigger hole in this wood.
See also: bit, drill
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Next, the displacement value [u.sub.f] during unloading can be obtained via the equation of motion for a drill-bit (9), as shown in (18).
The fastest response of r was observed for underdamped drill-bit motion.
The damping conditions for the damping ratios and a from the drill-bit equations of motion (7-9) are as follows:
Next, we examine the case where [tau] is complete and the loading effect is sustained owing to external forces and drill-bit inertia.
The drill bit is part of the Brownells tap & drill kit #2, which list the drill-bit composition as HSS.
There are however many variations in the design of drill-bits, and the bit selected for a particular application will depend on the type of formation to be drilled.