Choose a masonry drill
bit that matches the wall plug fixing size and drill into the wall.
* Masonry drill
bits are for rotary drilling in block, brick and other masonry materials.
ANSWER: Drill two or three holes through the frame with a twist drill bit, then switch to a masonry drill
bit to drill on into the wall.
And in that increasingly angry queue, mutters and tuts from people clutching masonry drill
bits, handy 38-in-one screwdrivers, pot plants, socket sets and sandpaper.
Always use the right ``bit'' for the job -the right diameter masonry drill
bit for the wall plug you are using, the right type and size of screwdriver bit for the screw you are driving or the right saw blade for the material you are cutting.
GET THE RIGHT TOOLS FOR THE JOB For this project, you're going to 2 need an electric drill with a 5.5mm masonry drill
bit and a Phillips screw head, screws, a Phillips screwdriver, a pencil (behind the ear is optional), a step-ladder, a spirit level and Rawlplugs (the red ones) if it's going to be attached to a brick wall.
2GET RIGHT TOOLS FOR THE JOB For this project, you'll need an electric drill with 5.5mm masonry drill
bit and a Phillips screw head, screws, a Phillips screwdriver, a pencil, a step ladder, spirit level and Rawlplugs (the red ones) if it's going to be attached to a brick wall.
Tenders are invited for 12 ea masonry drill
bit shank shape:sds plus *number of cutter heads:2 *bit dia.
bits (minimum drilling depth of 3-1/2 in.)
MATERIALS: 18mm sheet of MDF 2 metres of 2 x 1ins planed timber 6mm wall plugs 50mm screws Glue TOOLS: Cordless drill driver with hammer action Cordless jigsaw and router with blades Standard and masonry drill
bits Spirit level Tape measure String line Pencil Safety mask and glasses Silicon gun 1.
Swap your drill bit to a 6mm masonry drill
bit, line the hole up to the brick wall and drill a clearance hole into the wall.
Mark on the drill with the masking tape the length of the wall plug and then drill into the wall with the masonry drill
bit (where just marked with the pencil).
He said the bottle was precariously balanced in the flue and could so easily have smashed and been lost forever if it had been caught by the masonry drill
To drill into concrete, brickwork and blockwork, you need a sharp masonry drill
bit and you should wear goggles to protect your eyes from the dust.
Use a twist drill bit to make two or three holes though the frame, then use a masonry drill
bit to go on through into the wall.