Recommendations for the correct use of the drill in your work


Get the results you are looking for with the use of the drill. Below you will find more information.

Tips for using the drill

When attaching accessories the drill must be unplugged.
If you are drilling on a slippery surface, a paper tape can be placed over the hole to prevent the drill bit from slipping.
If you are going to work with a moving part, it should be held with clamps, not with your hands, to prevent it from turning when being drilled.
The drill bit is placed perpendicular to the surface, and the drill is gently driven. When the drill bit feels firm, you can then apply pressure.
The pressure should be kept at a constant speed, avoiding excessive forces that could break the drill bit or accessory.
At the end of the work you should move the drill away from the drill, then stop pressing the trigger, and wait for the accessory to stop by itself, never stopping it by hand.
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Where to use the drill?
With the right accessories you can carry out a wide range of jobs with the drill in materials as varied as wood, metal, concrete, ceramics, plastic, among others.

Drill bits suitable for drilling concrete, wood, metal, ceramics and other surfaces must be used. In addition, the type of drill attachment must be taken into account, which can be cylindrical, hexagonal or SDS. The number refers to its thickness in millimetres.

You must choose the appropriate bit for the screws you will use, such as cross, flat, hexagonal, among others.


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