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The kingpin of your shop tool collection is the cordless drill. You will use this more than anything else. Try and get one ...
with an adjustable speed motor. The cordless drill is versatile because you can attach many different bits: drills, screw driver, etc.
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How to Use a Drill as a Tool
On behalf of TvLesson.com, I’m Steve Anthony, Carpenter here in South Florida.
In this clip in Shop Tools 101, we’re going to talk a little bit about the king pin of your shop tool collection and that is the cordless screw driver/drill. You’re going to use this more than anything else in the shop. It’s got an adjustable speed motor as you can see just by using the trigger. It can speed up or slow down. What makes this so versatile it’s also got a keyless chuck which is great so you can take a bit such as the screw driver bit. Just gently hold on to it and it tightens right down, so it becomes a screw driver as well as a drill. You can put any number of bits. This happens to spade sit also known as a pedal for drilling holes and wood.
The basic components of this tool as I mentioned the keyless chuck, the adjustable clutch which allows you to set the degree of tension that will be applied to the chuck before it starts to wretch it out which is it’ll—as you can hear that wretched noise, it’ll stop driving so that you’ll not over screw or over drill until you’re in drill mode, which just gives you full power all the time.
This particular model also has a hammer drill feature which allows you to drill holes in masonry. So if you have to drill a pile of hole into a brick or stone you can use the hammer accessory or the hammer feature as well. This happens to be an 18-volt rechargeable unit. They also come in corded varieties which you can plug in to the wall. This is the most versatile tool in your shop.
On behalf of TvLesson.com, this is been Steve Anthony. Thanks for watching.