Definition of Countersink bit

1. Noun. A bit for enlarging the upper part of a hole.

Exact synonyms: Counterbore, Countersink
Generic synonyms: Bit



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countersink bit (current term)
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Literary usage of Countersink bit

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1. Essentials of Woodworking: A Textbook for Schools by Ira Samuel Griffith (1908)
"countersink bit.—Fig. 79 is an illustration of a rosehead countersink. This tool is used for enlarging FIG. 79. screw holes made with the gimlet so that the ..."

2. Lockwood's Dictionary of Terms Used in the Practice of Mechanical by Joseph Gregory Horner (1892)
"A hole recessed with a countersink bit is said to be countersunk. Country Cut.—Timber which has been sawn into planks and boards in the districts where it ..."

3. A Manual of Carpentry and Joinery by J. W. Riley (1905)
"... countersink bit (for iron and wood), rimers, etc., are also used. For heavy work, auger bits with long stems are used (Fig. ..."

4. Manual Training--play Problems: Constructive Work for Boys and Girls Based by William Samuel Marten (1917)
"3 a countersink bit can be used to make the recesses for the head, or a round-headed screw can be filed up and used as a countersink. ..."

5. Educational Woodwork: A Text Book for the Use of Instructors and Students in by Arthur Cawdron Horth (1905)
"The auger or twist bit, bores a true hole, easiest and quickest. The wood and metal countersink bit, enlarges the top to a conical shape for screw head, ..."

6. Carpentry and Woodwork by Edwin W. Foster (1911)
""The brace is a sort of universal tool holder, and any tool designed to fit into it is known as a bit, as for example a countersink bit, or a screw driver ..."

7. Essentials of Woodworking: A Textbook for Schools by Ira Samuel Griffith (1908)
"countersink bit.—Fig. 79 is an illustration of a rosehead countersink. This tool is used for enlarging FIG. 79. screw holes made with the gimlet so that the ..."

8. Lockwood's Dictionary of Terms Used in the Practice of Mechanical by Joseph Gregory Horner (1892)
"A hole recessed with a countersink bit is said to be countersunk. Country Cut.—Timber which has been sawn into planks and boards in the districts where it ..."

9. A Manual of Carpentry and Joinery by J. W. Riley (1905)
"... countersink bit (for iron and wood), rimers, etc., are also used. For heavy work, auger bits with long stems are used (Fig. ..."

10. Manual Training--play Problems: Constructive Work for Boys and Girls Based by William Samuel Marten (1917)
"3 a countersink bit can be used to make the recesses for the head, or a round-headed screw can be filed up and used as a countersink. ..."

11. Educational Woodwork: A Text Book for the Use of Instructors and Students in by Arthur Cawdron Horth (1905)
"The auger or twist bit, bores a true hole, easiest and quickest. The wood and metal countersink bit, enlarges the top to a conical shape for screw head, ..."

12. Carpentry and Woodwork by Edwin W. Foster (1911)
""The brace is a sort of universal tool holder, and any tool designed to fit into it is known as a bit, as for example a countersink bit, or a screw driver ..."

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