Bradawl

A small hand tool with a sharp point pushing in to make holes for nails and screws.

Bradawl

A bradawl is a tool with a blade similar to that of a straight screwdriver and a handle made from wood or plastic. A bradawl is used to make an indentation in wood or other materials in order to ease the insertion of a nail or screw. The blade is placed across the fibres of the wood, cutting them when pressure is applied - the bradawl is then twis...
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bradawl

[n] - an awl for making small holes for brads or small screws
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bradawl

pricker noun an awl for making small holes for brads or small screws
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Bradawl

A bradawl is a carpenter's small tool consisting of a slender steel stem with a chisel edge, used for making holes for screws and nails.
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Bradawl

A hand tool for piercing small holes, normally as a starter hole for screws or nails. Also known as a Awl or Sprig Bit
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Bradawl

Photograph courtesy of Draper.co.ukA sharp tool for making small holes either through thin materials or into soft block materials. See also: Drill Bits, Wood Screws.
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bradawl

small boring tool
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