How can you make a hole in wood bigger without a drill?
To make a hole bigger without a drill, you need to get either sandpaper and a dowel, a hand file, or a jab saw. It’s helpful to draw the size of the circle needed first, then manually file the excess wood until the hole is the right size. Wipe away the dust and your project is ready to continue.
How do you enlarge an existing hole?
Enlarging holes or aligning mismatched holes in metal is the job of a tool known as a reamer. The process by which this is done is called Reaming and differs from traditional drilling as it requires an existing hole, or holes, as a starting point.
How do you sand the inside of a wooden hole?
Slip the sandpaper into the slot with 1/4-1/2″ exposed through one side, and the remainder out the other, about 1-1/2 turns around the dowel. The long end wraps over the short end, helping to keep the sandpaper roll held in the slot. Now your drill can rapidly and cleanly sand the inside of various-sized holes.
How do you enlarge a hole in hardened steel?
If you don’t have to enlarge the hole very much you could use a die grinder or Dremel type rotary tool with stones and grind the hole. It’s slow work but would not destroy the temper of the surrounding steel or damage the paint.
How do you enlarge a hole in granite?
When enlarging an existing hole, merely choose a larger bit according to the size you need the hole to be. Center the drill bit on top of the other hole and drill down through, letting the bit eat away at the sides and carve out a larger diameter.
What size hole is needed for a door knob?
Most interior doors are prepped with a single boor hole. The Bore hole is the large diameter hole where the door knob is mounted. The standard sized bore hole is 2 1/8″ in diameter. Through the edge of the door there is a 1″ cross bore that extends from the edge of the door through the bore hole.