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Old as the Hills

July 10 2017 at 4:04 AM
Jon Arnold  (Login jon_a_its)
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Response to low speed strong torque drill


I have several Como drills, as here:http://www.militarymodelling.com/forums/postings.asp?th=95825

UK Price list dated March 2017, so still current.

Mine had an electronic speed controller which would 'pulse' below say 100 rpm, but still drilled slow enough to not burn out plastic or snap 0.5mm drills.

Other Brands are available, Proxxon, Dremmel etc, but this has served me well for decades.

 
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