How to use SMALL DRILL BITS on a DRILL Chucks

If you need to use a small drill bit on a regular drill chuck to drill pilot holes, you will notice the new chucks have gaps. I love my Ryobi 18v power drill which i bought from a kit ( ) it has a newer chuck that has teeth to hold round drill bits better, however the gap too big for small drill bits such as 1/16 and 3/64 bits from my bit set ( ). I like staying on one platform of tools to share the family of Ryobi 18v battery ( ). Btw, my Youtube vlogs and reviews may also have associated affiliate links to products that may earn from qualifying purchases.

For years I have used Aluminum Tape ( ) to use smaller bits. I basically cut a 1.5 centimetre 4 inch strip. I wrap the tape around the bit. I then use the drill chuck to compress the aluminum tape for a strong grip. After adding the tape, it will stay on the drill bit for the life of the bit. Usually they kits come with multiple small bits as they are meant for pilot holes and drilling delicate materials.

They do sell Small Drill Bit Chuck adapters ( ) that work if you plan to keep your drill bits original. They are delicate and solves this problem as normal small drill bits are not meant to be drilled with a lot of pressure or force.

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