What is a bit brace?
More commonly known as a Brace and Bit. It is an old fashioned hand drill for woodworking.
How do you attach bit into a brace and bit tool. I have and old brace and bit and when I attempt to attach a bit the jaws open?
In most braces the jaws have a screw cylinder that clamps around the bit end. Read More
Rest the back end, opposite the bit on the palm of your hand and turn the brace with your primary hand. You can lean into the brace by resting it against your stomach. For cleaner holes, stop when the tip breaks through the board and finish the hole from the other side . This will keep it from splitting out when the bit goes through. Read More
A brace that is a bit like a helmet, usually worn at home only. Mainly worn for bed. For other information watch 'WILLY WONKA' :) Read More
examples are auger bit,ratchet brace,drill etc.... Read More
Drill, Auger, Awl, Gimlet, Brace and Bit. Read More
They had special bits with 4 tapering sides at the end. Read More
It is just a hand drill for making holes. Hold it in both hands, your primary hand on the center part and your other hand or you can lean against the end for more pressure and crank the center clockwise to screw the bit into what you are drilling. Commonly referred to as a brace and bit. Some do ratchet but others only hold the bit and have to be turned in complete circles. Read More
bit brace drill hand drill any tool that makes a hole in the object (common sense) Read More
A= brace. 1,2,3,4,5,6 brace. B=brace. Joy,Bernadette,Nina brace. c=brace. banana,apple,grapes brace. Read More
The noun 'brace' is used as a collective noun for: a brace of deer (2) a brace of bucks (2) a brace of dogs (2) a brace of hounds (2) a brace of ducks a brace of partridges a brace of pheasants a brace of geldings a brace of dentists a brace of orthodontists a brace of orthopedists a brace of sheiks a brace of stagehands a brace of pistols Read More
the best brace for an overbite is the damon brace system. Read More
How does the curiosity and stubbornness typical of raccoons enable billy to trap one In where the red fern grow?
billy uses a brace and bit trap in the story. the raccoons like shiny objects , and will not release. A brace and bit would be a drill and drill bit today. Drill a hole in a log or piece of firewood and angle 2 nails into the hole. Drop a shiny coin or bit of foil into it. When the curious raccoon grabs the foil and tries to pull its fist out, it gets… Read More
A brace of something means two of them. You might say 'a brace of partridge'. Read More
Janet does not have a brace, but Cory has braces. Janet does not have a brace, but Cory has braces. Read More
Grandpa would use a brace and cut a small hole in the top. The coon would stick its paw in the brace to get the shiny objecy that Grandpa or Billy placed at the bottom and when the coon would pull its paw out it could not because its paw could not fit through the hole. The coon would be too stupid to let go of the object and would be trapped Read More
It depends on the brace if it's the neck brace then no , cause you might brake your neck again. If it's the leg than no again but if it's the brace on your teeth then yes. Read More
Insert dreill bit into chuck and tighten. Put drill bit against mark for required hole. Hold the flat end piece in palm (or against chest) and turn the crank with the right hand. The hole will appear. Read More
what happens is they put a metal frame around your teeth and then place the brace in that frame and tighten it. It hurts a tiny bit once a month when you them tightend but apart from that it's fine. And also you might have a bit of trouble saying some words. Read More
A brace is a pair. As in a brace of pheasants is two pheasants. Read More
An orthosis is an orthopedic brace. Read More
Weaken, degenerate and enfeeble are antonyms for brace. Synonyms for brace include strengthen, support, bolster, prop, reinforce, refresh and invigorate. Read More
You didn't say which meaning you wanted, so here are a couple. Brace yoursel! The brace held the wall straight. Read More