Drill

How Self-Centering Drill Bits Work

Self-centering bits provide effortless precision when drilling holes. These bits, designed for pilot holes in hinge fasteners, feature a spring-loaded metal sleeve surrounding the drill bit. This innovation ensures precise hole alignment, prevents chipping on surfaces and ensures the drill bit remains centered in the workpiece throughout the drilling process. The result is impeccable craftsmanship…

Power Tools Showdown: Drill vs Electric Screwdriver

Drill vs Electric Screwdriver Do you need to drive screws into a hard surface? If so, which power tool is better suited for the job – a drill or an electric screwdriver? This article will compare the two tools and help you decide which is better for you. Both drills and electric screwdrivers have pros…

How to drill into brick without cracking it

Last updated on November 19th, 2022 at 10:05 amWhat causes bricks to crack when drilling them? Deeper holes and expansion anchors weaken a feeble brick. The anchors can form excessive circular stress on the material, causing it to crack. If the brick is old, drilling into the mortar will be better. Assess the brick to…

How to replace a chuck on a drill?

Last updated on August 4th, 2022 at 10:07 pmReplacing a chuck on a drill can be a daunting task, unless you follow a few simple steps. First, you need to find the right replacement chuck for the drill you own. This doesn’t take long. Then you need to drill the chuck out of the drill….

Why is my drill smoking

Why causes drill smoking Your drill might be smoking due to technical fault on some parts, and an excess amount of pressure applied. Overworking the drill can cause the armature to break down, burning out the windings. The armature is the power-producing unit of the motor. Make regular checks when it comes to the armature….

How to Remove a Drill Chuck | A Smart Guide

Last updated on October 21st, 2022 at 07:50 pmRemoving chuck from drill Your drill chuck comes in different shapes and sizes, but most have a hole in the center that is used to hold the drill bit. A drill chuck is a small metal shaft that fits into the center of the drill bit. The…