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|drill size chart||1.24||1||3156||63|
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|drill bit sizes||1.49||1||9597||43|
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|drill drum kit||1.89||0.9||4589||57|
|drill in spanish||0.34||0.6||8805||28|
Electrically powered drills (commonly referred to as power drills) work by turning electrical energy into mechanical energy in order to rotate a piercing drill bit.What is the difference between a drill and a driver?
The basic difference between a hammer drill and an impact driver is the direction from which they each exert additional force on their twisting action. A hammer drill exerts greater force directly into the bit as it hits the material being drilled, while an impact driver increases the force being delivered perpendicular to the bit.What holds the bit in a drill?
A drill chuck is the part of a drill that holds the rotating bit. Drill chucks are designed to hold the bit tightly and not loosen even when there is a high amount of torque. They can also be used to hold other types of rotating tools, such as screwdrivers or rotating spades for making large holes.