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Electric Drill 10mm(6pcs)

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An electric drill is a handheld power tool that utilizes an electric motor to rotate a drill bit, enabling it to create holes in various materials such as wood, metal, plastic, and masonry. It typically consists of a trigger for controlling the speed, a grip for comfortable handling, and a chuck that securely holds and allows for the interchange of different drill bits. Electric drills are widely used in construction, woodworking, metalworking, and various DIY applications for tasks such as drilling holes, driving screws, and other fastening operations

Max Drill Diameter: Steel 10mm, Wood 25mm
Rated Input Power:450W
No Load Speed:3300r/min
1 pc user manual
1 pair carbon brushes

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Uses

  1. Drilling Holes:
    • Woodworking: Electric drills are commonly used to create holes in wood for various purposes such as assembling furniture, installing hardware, or crafting.
    • Metalworking: Drills equipped with appropriate bits can bore holes in metal for tasks like installing screws or bolts.
  2. Driving Screws:
    • Electric drills, especially those with adjustable torque settings, are employed for driving screws into different materials. This is particularly useful for tasks like assembling furniture or constructing structures.
  3. Masonry Work:
    • With specialized masonry drill bits, electric drills can be used to drill holes in concrete, brick, or other masonry materials. This is crucial in construction and renovation projects.
  4. Mixing and Stirring:
    • Some electric drills come with mixing attachments, allowing them to be used for stirring and mixing various substances, such as paint, adhesives, or joint compound.
  5. Sandpaper Attachment:
    • By attaching a sanding accessory, electric drills can be transformed into power sanders for smoothing surfaces. This is particularly useful in woodworking and refinishing projects.
  6. Polishing and Buffing:
    • Attachments for polishing and buffing can be added to electric drills, making them suitable for tasks like polishing metal surfaces or restoring the shine to certain materials.
  7. Deburring:
    • In metalworking, electric drills are used for deburring, removing sharp edges and burrs from machined or cut metal surfaces.
  8. Wire Brush Attachment:
    • Wire brush attachments can be used for cleaning and rust removal on metal surfaces.
  9. Hole Saw Applications:
    • Electric drills equipped with hole saw attachments are used for cutting larger-diameter holes in materials like wood or plastic.
  10. DIY and Home Improvement:
    • Electric drills are essential tools for a variety of do-it-yourself (DIY) and home improvement projects, from hanging shelves to installing curtain rods.
  11. Automotive Repairs:

In automotive maintenance and repairs, electric drills can be used for tasks such as drilling holes, removing screws, or other applications in a workshop setting

SKU: AHS89256 Category:

size

10 MM
450 W

Safety Precautions

  1. Read the User Manual:
    • Always read and understand the user manual provided by the manufacturer. It contains important information about the specific features, safety guidelines, and maintenance instructions for your electric drill.
  2. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Use appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes and hearing protection if the tool generates loud noise.
  3. Inspect the Tool:
    • Before each use, inspect the electric drill and torque control components for any damage, loose parts, or signs of wear. Do not use a damaged or faulty tool.
  4. Use the Right Drill Bit:
    • Ensure that you use the correct type and size of drill bit for the task at hand. Using the wrong bit can lead to inefficiency, overheating, or breakage.
  5. Secure Workpiece:
    • Secure the workpiece firmly using clamps or other appropriate methods. This prevents the workpiece from moving unexpectedly and reduces the risk of accidents.
  6. Adjust Torque Settings:
    • Set the torque level on the drill according to the requirements of your task. Lower torque settings are suitable for delicate tasks, while higher settings are appropriate for more robust applications.
  7. Hold the Drill Properly:
    • Grip the drill firmly with both hands. Maintain a stable stance, and be aware of your surroundings to avoid tripping or losing balance.
  8. Keep Hands Away from Moving Parts:
    • Avoid placing hands or other body parts near the moving parts of the drill, especially the drill bit and chuck, during operation.
  9. Disconnect Power Source:
    • Before changing accessories or making adjustments, disconnect the drill from the power source to prevent accidental activation.

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