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Game Drilling/Router Bits

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Plunge Ball Marble Storage Router Bit (1/2" shank) Item #: 11708
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$29.99

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$29.99
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Marble Drilling Bit Item #: 41463
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$26.49

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$26.49
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9/32" Self-Centering Bit Item #: 34368
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$16.49

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$16.49
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9/32" Self-Centering Replacement Bit Item #: 34329
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$7.99

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$7.99
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#10 Self-Centering Bit Item #: 69007
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Regular Price: $12.99

Special Price $9.99


Each
$9.99
Store Availability
Plunge Ball Marble Storage Router Bit (1/2" shank) Item #: 11708
In Stock
 
Price:
$29.99
Each
Quantity:
Total: $29.99

Store Availability
Marble Drilling Bit Item #: 41463
In Stock
 
Price:
$26.49
Each
Quantity:
Total: $26.49

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9/32" Self-Centering Bit Item #: 34368
In Stock
 
Price:
$16.49
Each
Quantity:
Total: $16.49

Store Availability
9/32" Self-Centering Replacement Bit Item #: 34329
In Stock
 
Price:
$7.99
Each
Quantity:
Total: $7.99

Store Availability
#10 Self-Centering Bit Item #: 69007
In Stock
 
Price:

Regular Price: $12.99

Special Price $9.99

Each
Quantity:
Total: $9.99

Store Availability

Overview

Our templates let you drill 100 holes or more in minutes - making it easier than ever to create lots of games quickly, accurately, and with excellent repeatability!

Technical Details:

  • Plunge Ball Marble Storage Router Bit(11708) has a 1/2" Shank for making a trough in which to store marbles
  • 1/8" #10 Self-Centering Bit (69007) for making holes for cribbage pegs
  • Self Centering Marble Drilling Bit (41463) keeps the marbles in place
  • Use 9/32" Self-Centering Bit (34368) for game pegs like Cribbage or creating marble holes

Note: Check out our ROUTER BITS for putting a distinctive edge on your game board.

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I used a 9/16 forstner bit...

Randy J from IL Posted January 21, 2011
I used a 9/16 forstner bit to drill template holes in a piece of 1/8" masonite. Drills clean holes. Will not work very well without using a template.

I'm very pleased with the marble...

Guest from Murphysboro, IL Posted August 21, 2009
I'm very pleased with the marble drill bit. Definitely recommend it for anyone wanting to make marble games or a wood display for marble collections. I used my drill press and it was much easier than a hand drill. You just have to be careful when using a template: be patient, precise and keep the drill speed to a minimum. My Tic Tac Toe game (the reverse side of this) is posted in the game template review thread.

I used the plunge ball marble...

Dale G from Gilman, IA Posted January 22, 2009
I used the plunge ball marble router bit to make seven marble game boards. This tool worked very well and made the job really easy. The service for this was great. This was the frist time I orderd anything on line, and it was easy. I was surprised to see a message in just a few minutes that you recieved my order and I had it in dust a few days. Thanks to everyone at Rockler.

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