wedge bit

wedge bit

[′wej ‚bit]
(design engineering)
A tapered-nose noncoring bit, used to ream out the borehole alongside the steel deflecting wedge in hole-deflection operations. Also known as bull-nose bit; wedge reaming bit; wedging bit.
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