How to Use a Hole Saw Without Pilot Bit

Introduction

Using a hole-saw without a pilot bit requires some techniques which the users should learn. These techniques will help you to have a good hold over woodworking and carpentry. For our readers’ betterment, we have marked out some steps that will allow them to use this machine without a pilot bit properly. These steps are explained below.

How to Use a Hole Saw Without Pilot Bit

Procedure

Step One

For this process, you will need some instrument which will help you throughout all the steps. You will need a one-sixteenth hex head wrench. This is much important for removing the drill bit form the collet. Then you will need a guide plate, and it will help you to match the hole-saw. Besides keeping your wood in a steady position, you will require two clamps. You can also use more clamps; it is dependent on your need. You will need a cordless drill, which can be used freely. And lastly, you will need some scrap wood of quarter inches.

Step Two

Now you have to start the primary process, and you have to unscrew the collet to detach the bit form the saw. You can do this using the Hench, it will quickly remove the bit from the collet, and afterward, you have to screw the collet back to the initial hole-saw. Now you have to use the guide plate and clamp it to the wood you want to drill. If there is directly connecting possible for the material, you can hold them securely by your hands, and the vibration should be adequately resisted.

Step Three

Now you have to place the drill slowly on the wood’s surface and then turn on the drill. You have to give less rotatory speed on the beginning and let the drill get accustomed to the wood’s surface. Once the saw is inserted in the guide plate, you can increase the drill machine’s speed. Now you have to keep drilling around the perimeter’s teeth to the hole and slowly apply pressure by your shoulder to the device. You have to stop once you have drilled about half inches.

Step Four

StepWise guide to Use a Hole Saw

After drilling half inches, you have to stop and then check the alignment of the drill machine. The machine should be vertical to the surface. Once the alignment is checked, you can start drilling again in the same previous manner. Now you have to stop once the hole is created, and you must clear the dust created due to drilling. In case you have an object that might get damaged on the back of the surface while drilling, you must place a scrape wood behind the drilling surface and then use your machine, and do not forget to stop after half inches of drilling.

Conclusion

In conclusion, we would like to state that the process we have mentioned here will help use the hole-saw. More precisely, the beginners can make fair use of this technique. The DIY enthusiasts will surely be benefitted from this. Thank you for your precious time. Happy crafting and have a nice day!!

You may read also –

  1. How to Cut a Hole in Wood without a Jigsaw
  2. How to Drill a Hole in a Long Dowel
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