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Craftsman  3 pc. Plug Cutter Set

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Dimensions and Weight:
Item Weight (lbs.): 0.19
Size: Assorted
Length (in.): 1.25
Shank Diameter: 0.5 in.
Shank Length: 0.56 in.
Product Overview:
Color/Finish: Black
Drill Bit Type: Specialty
Material: High speed steel (HSS)
Number of Bits: 3
Quick Change: No
Shank Type: Round

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Cover up those unsightly wood screw holes. Use plug cutters to cut wooden plugs to fill in wood screw pockets. Cutters are matched to cut wooden plugs to drill bit size.

Set contains 3/8 in., 1/2 in. and 5/8 in. plug cutters.

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Added on May 13, 2010

 

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4 Reviewers (80.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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Woodpicker

Manchester Township, NJ

Jun 20 , 2013
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Okay but a bit clunky

I should have spent a few more bucks on a better set of plug cutters but this set works well enough for the few times that I have to use them. They cut the holes but tend to get stuck in the scrap wood, slowing down my project times. Would not buy again.


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pappy1

Hannibal, MO

Oct 26 , 2012
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easy to use and does an excellent job

Am in a project using the plug cutter other than what it is designed for and it is working great.  Sharp easy to use and very effectife.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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tuned944

Floyds Knobs, IN

Jan 16 , 2012
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If You Counterbore Your Screws - You Need These...

I do quite a bit of woodworking.  I really like the strength that a dowel pin and a counterbored screw give to a butt joint.  The problem with using screws however to filling the hole left behind when finished.

To solve this problem you can counterbore your screws and then fill the hole with a plug.  Many of my fellow woodworker friends buy cap plugs or button from their supply store to fill this holes.  This not only gets expensive, but they are never the same wood species as your workpiece.  Having multiple types of wood in a project piece isn;t very attractive, especially if you are planning to stain the piece.

The solution to this problem is simple.  Make your own plugs out of the scrap material from you project.  It's easy with these plug cutters.  Set the bit up in your drill press and drill several plugs out of a piece of off-fall from your project.  Don't drill all the way through the board.  Drill about 1/4" to 1/2" deep and then pop the plug out using a small chisel.

I'm sure you'll find this techniques useful.  Plug up a set of these plug cutters and give it a try.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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ssjm3

Hawthorne, NJ

Jun 16 , 2011
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a great cutter set

i bought this set about 2 months ago and i have just used them the other day and they won my heart they did the greatest job for cutting the right plug for any wood piece that you might be building i used it on a beautiful section of maple wood i wanted to have a nice off set to cover my screws and let me tell you you have to have this right with any items that go with your drill press you wont be sorry they are the best....steve

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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diywanabee

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Mar 5 , 2009
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3 pc. Plug Cutter Set

Cutters make perfect plugs--Very nice for screw hole, wood blemishes, etc. These might be improved by utilizing hex rather than round shafts. I've experienced some slippage when plunging through hardwoods and needed to stop midstream and over-tighten the chuck. This item is best used in a drill press rather than a hand-held portable. Plenty of torque is needed especially with hardwoods.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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