I have the xp. I don't think you can adjust it on the 350JonsYJjeep said:Which model of the drill doctor did you get? I got the cheapo one. Model number 350 (i think) Only pain $60 for it at Lowe's. But I love that thing. Works great. But I didn't know you could adjust the angle.
I would stick with the std. 118 Deg and do the split point if possible.The split point will center the drill bit better.Snowbird13 said:I just got my drill doctor and I was curious about the angle that I should be putting on my bits. should I stick with the standard 118 degree, or should I adjust up or down? I am drilling mainly through thicker steel(3/16 through 3/8)
Split points work well depending on type of material being drilled,type of machinery being used.CrustyJeep said:You don't need split points if you drill pilot holes like you're supposed to...
Your first step pilot drills could use them... But a split point on anything bigger than about 1/4" is just silly.