A small hole drilled into a piece of lumber to prevent it from splitting when it receives a screw or nail.
A hole drilled before inserting a screw, which acts as a guide for the screw's thread.
A small hole drilled in wood or steel to guide a nail, screw, or drill bit.
a small hole for guiding a screw, nail or larger drill bit.
a hole drilled slightly smaller and longer than the nail or screw to be inserted
a hole drilled with a bit that is slightly thinner than the shank of the nail
a hole that you drill into your wood boards before driving a nail or screw into place
a preparatory hole drilled to allow easier passage of a larger object
a straight hole the same diameter as the screw's cone (the solid part between the threads)
A hole in a workpiece pre-drilled for a nail or screw; the purpose is to avoid splitting the workpiece when the fastener is driven.
A pre-drilled hole that makes it possible to drive a screw or nail without splitting the wood.
A hole that is drilled before a screw or nail is inserted to prevent splitting of the wood or to make screwing or nailing easier.
A small hole drilled into a material to guide a larger gauge drill bit or a screw. Pin Hammer Small hammer designed for driving pins and tacks.
a small hole used to guide a larger drill to the correct position
A locator hole drilled part way through the wood to facilitate the actual drilling.
A small-diameter, pre-drilled hole that guides a nail or screw.
Small hole that is used to guide when drilling larger holes in increments of smaller holes.
A small hole drilled into a wooden member to avoid splitting the wood when driving in a screw or nail. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
A drilled hole that is no larger than the body of the screw (minus the threads).