Tipped bit | Article about tipped bit by The Free Dictionary
tipped bit[′tipt ′bit]
A drill bit in which the cutting edge is made of especially hard material.
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In some less dense materials like soft brick, you can drill pilot holes using a carbide tipped bit
in a regular drill.
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