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  • #16
    Harbor Freight also has small bits.
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    • #17
      I sold tools for many years and back when cars still had carburetors, I sold a lot of jet drill sets that were numbers 61-80. Most number drill sets start at number 1 and go to number 60. When I first started in this hobby I took a class on marquetry and the instructor told us to buy a gross of 2/0 blades and a dozen number 68 drill bits. At the time, I bought both from Otto Frei but I don't think they have them anymore. Anyway, as most have said here, if you are using pinned blades you have to use a drill bit that allows you to put the pinned end through the hole and that might just be 1/8".

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