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low speed strong torque drill

July 4 2017 at 11:28 PM
Kevin J McNichols  (Login LCplMac)
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My dremel is too fast to safely drill plastic without melting the hole and the collets won't take fine drills. My recchargable drill works nicely with larger bits. And I use a jewelers pinvise for wire drills ie #80. But for more numerous work I'd like to find a powered/recargeable tool. I've tried using a small rechargable screw driver with a hex conversion chuck but it runs too eleptically for precise fine work and tends to snap fine wire drill bits.
I saw one once on a site that sold tools for circuit board manufacturing. Anyone have any ideas?

 
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  1. My old COMO drill still works great for fine work... - Andrew Tomlinson on Jul 5, 2017, 3:57 AM
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  3. Old as the Hills - Jon Arnold on Jul 10, 2017, 4:04 AM
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  5. Dimmer switch - Paul Krylowski on Jul 20, 2017, 12:00 AM
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