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Forstner bits have been helping woodworkers cut clean holes with precision since they were developed a century ago. Today, Forstner bits come in a variety of designs. To find out which ones are best, I tested 18 brands. The top nine brands are listed in an article in FWW #197.
Download the PDF to see the results for the remaining nine bits from CMT, Lee Valley, Promax, Woodtek, and Eagle American.
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