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for this job I think you could get away with using a Forsner bit in a power drill. 1/8" isn't much and could be done by hand, especially if these are smaller diameter bits, (you didn't say how big they needed to be). If they are smaller than 1" it can be done. The trick is to take it easy and not try to go too fast or push to hard. If there are any knots in the way you might need to try another method. I would also poke a little hole for the tip of the bit to catch to keep it from drifting while the rest of the bit starts to cut.

for this job I think you could get away with using a Forsner bit in a power drill. 1/8" isn't much and could be done by hand, especially if these are smaller diameter bits, (you didn't say how big they needed to be). If they are smaller than 1" it can be done. The trick is to take it easy and not try to go too fast or push to hard. If there are any knots in the way you might need to try another method. I would also poke a little hole for the tip of the bit to catch to keep it from drifting while the rest of the bit starts to cut.

for this job I think you could get away with using a Forsner bit in a power drill. 1/8" isn't much and could be done by hand, especially if these are smaller diameter bits. If they are smaller than 1" it can be done. The trick is to take it easy and not try to go too fast or push to hard. If there are any knots in the way you might need to try another method. I would also poke a little hole for the tip of the bit to catch to keep it from drifting while the rest of the bit starts to cut.

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for this job I think you could get away with using a Forsner bit in a power drill. 1/8" isn't much and could be done by hand, especially if these are smaller diameter bits, (you didn't say how big they needed to be). If they are smaller than 1" it can be done. The trick is to take it easy and not try to go too fast or push to hard. If there are any knots in the way you might need to try another method. I would also poke a little hole for the tip of the bit to catch to keep it from drifting while the rest of the bit starts to cut.