I am not a woodworking hobbyist and no one ever confused my woodworking skills with those of Norm Abram. However, I do diddle from time to time with small woodworking projects and repairs. I am confronted with a problem that probably has an easy solution but I don't know what it may be.
Specifically, I want to apply 30 degree and 45 degree chamfers to the inner circumference of holes I have drilled in wood pieces. The holes range in diameter from ¾" to 1". I do have a bench drill press and I know there has to be a bit of some type that will do the job but Google searches haven't pinpointed the tool(s) I need (or my keywords are lacking). I had thought of using 30 and 45 degree routing chamfering bits but this might be dangerous as the drill press is not a router. Any input from you gentlemen on how this 'WOOD' best be accomplished on my bench drill press 'WOOD' be appreciated.