# 9/16 equivalent drill bit

Jobber Length Drill Bit Chart
Fractional Sizes Decimal Equivalent (Inches) Flute Length (Inches)
33/64” 0.5156 4-13/16”
17/32” 0.5312 4-13/16”
35/64” 0.5469 4-13/16”
9/16” 0.5625 4-13/16”

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## What is the closest to 9/16 drill bit?

Below is a chart providing the decimal-fraction equivalents that are most relevant to fractional-inch drill bit sizes (that is, 0 to 1 by 64ths)….Decimal-fraction equivalents.fractioninmm33⁄640.51562513.09687517⁄320.5312513.4937535⁄640.54687513.8906259⁄160.562514.287512 more rows

## Do they make a 9/16 drill bit?

DEWALT 9/16 in. Black and Gold Drill Bit DW1620 G.

## What size hole should I drill for a 9/16 bolt?

Select a drill bit 1/32 inch larger than the bolt diameter for a tight fit hole or a drill bit 1/16 inch greater than the bolt diameter for a loose fitting hole.

## What is a 5/16 drill bit equal to?

5/16 converts to 10/32.

## How do you know what size drill bit to use?

The diameter of the hole you drill should be slightly smaller than the diameter of the screw. So, for example, if you’re using a 3.5 mm screw, use a drill bit with a diameter of 3 mm. If you’re using wall anchors as well as screws, the drill bit and anchors should have the same diameter.

## How Big Should you pre drill a hole?

As a general rule, a pilot hole should be the same diameter as the neck of the screw. A common mistake woodworkers make is drilling the pilot hole too small, thinking that the screw will hold better in a tighter space.

## What size bolt fits a 1/2 hole?

For example, a 1/2″ bolt can fit in a 1/2″ hole. That means the hole does not have to be bigger than the bolt. However, if you’re fastening it with a washer and nut, you do have the option to make a slightly bigger hole for certain awkward installations.

## What size is 1/4 drill bit?

Drill Bit Hole DiametersMetric SizeFractional Size6 mm.236215/647 mm.27561/48 mm.315017/6477 more rows

## What size is a #9 drill bit?

Screw Machine Drill Bit: #9 Drill Bit Size, 44.50 mm Max Drilling Dp, 3/16 in Shank Dia.

## What happens if you don’t have a right size drill bit?

Choose the right size drill bit. If you are creating a pilot hole for a nail, the right drill bit is slightly smaller than the nail’s shank. If you are creating a pilot hole for a screw, the drill bit should be the same size as the body of the screw—not including the threads.

## What is the measurement of drill bits?

Drill bits are available in different materials, lengths, and diameters. Most are measured by the metric units and in the USA it’s imperial units. Drill bit diameter is the most important factor in the drilling process and it should know precisely as much as possible to sharpen or tolerate the diameter.

## How many mm is 1 inch?

1 inch is equal to 25.4 mm. By dividing the inches other fractions are introduced. Inches are really popular in the USA but beyond that mostly used the SI units. So we have to interchange the metric units and imperial units.

## What are the sizes of drill bits?

Metric drill bit sizes: diameter of the bit in terms of standard metric lengths.#N#Letter drill bit sizes: the sizes are indicated in letters, from size A (the smallest) to size Z (the largest).#N#Number drill bit sizes: the sizes are indicated in numbers, range from size 80 (the smallest) to size 1 (the largest). Number and letter sizes are commonly used for twist drill bits rather than other drill forms.#N#Fractional drill bit sizes: the sizes are written as irreducible fractions. ANSI B94.11M-1979 sets size standards for jobber-length straight-shank twist drill bits from 1/64 inch through 1 inch in 1/64 inch increments.#N#Decimal drill bit sizes: written in number with 4 decimal places, equivalent to fractional-inch drill bit sizes

## What is drill size chart?

The drill size chart is a table list standard size drill bits in several measurement systems, including fractional, metric, wire gauge number, and letter. Fractional sizes are measured in inches, while metric sizes are measured in millimeters. The wire gauge and letter systems refer to tool diameters that increase as the wire gauge decreases from #107 to #1 and then continues from A to Z. The decimal equivalents of the diameters are shown in both English and Metric units.

## What is the difference between tapping and drilling?

Drilling is a process of producing a hole while tapping is a technique used to cut a thread inside a hole, so the drill bit and tapping tool are often used in sequential to fabricate CNC parts with thread holes.