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----Power Drill Safety: Avoid Baggy Clothing. Loose sleeves, jewelry and hair can be a hazard when you are operating a power drill. Wear Protective Gear. Secure Your Work Piece. Drill Pilot Holes. Use a Drill Stand. Properly Set the Drill Bit. Use a Enter Punch to Start Holes. Apply Proper Pressure to the Drill.
Wear Protective Gear
 
Secure Your Work Piece.
 
Drill Pilot Holes.
 
Use a Drill Stand.
 
Properly Set the Drill Bit.
 
Use a Enter Punch to Start Holes.
 
Apply Proper Pressure to the Drill.
 
  
 
===Preparation===
 
===Preparation===

Revision as of 19:08, 15 August 2017

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A cordless drill is an electric drill which uses rechargeable batteries. These drills are available with similar features to an AC mains-powered drill. ... They are available in the hammer drill configuration and most have a clutch, which aids in driving screws into various substrates while not damaging them.


Machine Details


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Safety Instructions


Power Drill Safety: Avoid Baggy Clothing. Loose sleeves, jewelry and hair can be a hazard when you are operating a power drill. Wear Protective Gear. Secure Your Work Piece. Drill Pilot Holes. Use a Drill Stand. Properly Set the Drill Bit. Use a Enter Punch to Start Holes. Apply Proper Pressure to the Drill.

Preparation

Preparing machine and material.

Active Use

Using the machine.

Clean Up

Cleaning Up afterwards.


Best Practices


How to best use this machine. This is not safety it is best practices.