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I tried drilling wood glue because I want to fix the screw there but I couldn't do it. The drill was not drilling a hole in glue and the screw did not fix there. I just want to make a proper hole in glue?

Are there issues with my tools or technique?

Can somebody properly guide me to make a hole in wood glue?

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    Suggestion: remove the glue completely, then glue in a wooden dowel that fills the cavity. When the glue dries, drill a pilot hole in the dowel and fix your screw into it. – Phil Freedenberg Mar 7 at 4:43
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    At high speed, the glue might melt, reducing friction. Use a sharp drill bit at lower speed. – DrMoishe Pippik Mar 7 at 5:21
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    "The drill was not drilling a hole in glue" - elaborate please. – whatsisname Mar 7 at 6:45
  • What exactly are your tools and technique? – JACK Mar 7 at 12:43

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