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Tapered plug cutters and three piece set. Tapered plug for an almost invisible fit
How often have you carefully matched the grain of the plugs you cut, only to find that the hole is a fraction oversize so that the glue line makes each plug look like a miniature bulls-eye? Snappy Plug cutters are tapered so that they form a tight fit. For best results, always bore to the maximum depth of the cutter. Once you drill the plug, simply pop it out with a screwdriver; then insert the chamfered end in the hole. Tap it with a hammer. Trim the remaining plug, flush to the surface. Recommended drill speed is 800–1,000 rpm for plug cutters 1/4" to 5/8" and 400-800 rpm for 3/4" and 7/8" plug cutters. Plug cutters 1/4" to 5/8" have 1/4" hex quick change shanks while the 3/4" and 7/8" have a 7/16" hex shank. Made in USA.
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made great plugs
from Bloomington IN
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about Make-it-Snappy Tapered Plug Cutters:
fast service and delivery
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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1/4" plug cutter
About Me Professional
Good price. Fast Delivery
By Bruce the retiree
from Menominee, MI
I needed to make some small repairs and the tapered plug worked great after drilling with a 1/4" Forstner bit.
Quick and easy plugs
from Argos, IN
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Easily make plugs that perfectly match the material you are using for your project - cut plugs on a drill press from scraps of your project wood. Tip: Mark the top of your plugs before you cut them off you scrap block. This will make it easier to indentify the small end of the plug which goes into your countersink. Do not attempt to cut a plug using a pistol drill - a drill press is a must.
Best Plug Cutter I have ever used.
from Northwestern WI
I had a hard time finding a plug cutter that worked and was easy to use. This one really did the job.