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Re: Drill bits for paper



>I've used regular drill bits with a drill press with great success.
>I usually place a piece of cardboard on either side of the
>signatures in order to suppor tthem and allow the drill to hit that
>first, and that appears to help. I also place very soft wood
>underneath the entire block and allow the drill to cut through the
>entire block, including the supporting soft wood.  I have used this
>technique with all sorts of paper and haven't been disappointed yet.


Jennifer




>I've used a "Brad Point" drill bit with some success. Not totally clean,
>but better.
>
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