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Tim Carter, of http://AsktheBuilder.com, shows how simple projects that change drill bits often can be with the right tools.
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Oh Bomberman, going to change bits again. You know, are you like me sometimes when you have a project and where you need to change out bits or make bits bigger as you are drilling pilot holes and whatever it might be. Well, it is a problem to go in and out with the bits. Well, guess what, a whole new set of tools out there that really makes the job easy.
Now, here is what I am talking about. All you need to have is one of this little snap lock toolsets and you put the snap lock base in the drill first and with that, you can start to change out any number of different drill bits, screw head bits and it has got all kinds other neat little fancy adaptors that make all of your drilling jobs a very, very easy time.
Now, for example, let us say that you want to drill a pilot hole and a countersink hole for a screw that you are going to install, but typically, you have to change out three bits. Not with this job, you have got one little adaptor, you go ahead and drill your hole make the countersink hole, flip the bit around and bingo, there is your Phillips head screw bit ready to drive the screw right in the place.
Have you ever had trouble before with screws as you are screwing them in where they twist and they turn and they fall over and you knit the wood that problems are never again. All you got to use is this other knit little adaptor that guides the screw into place and locks it so that it will not fall over as you apply the pressure to the drill
It is a really, really knit set. Comes with all kinds of different pieces and it is readily available.
Remember, if you want your next job to be a snap, then you just have to use the right tools.
If you want to discover more home improvement tips go to AskTheBuilder.com.