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These are normal, standard duty drills and bits. Bosch is a good brand. One thing to be aware of is the size of shank that fits the drill…
Edit ArticleThree Methods:Prepare to drillDrill the steelClean upCommunity Q&A Steel is a valued commodity. Valued, in part, for its appearance, it also has great strength, durability, and applicability. It can be purely functional or decorative
Thanks for contacting me Daniel. Boring holes on materials, especially strategic holes like the 2mm - 6mm, require tenacity as well as deep understanding of the task. You must consider the Material in question, the Bit type and the Drill
I have a full wall vanity mirror (70" x 42") in my bathroom wall. I need to drill some holes through it in order to install a vanity light. I realized that if the mirror is made from tempered glass it might shatter completely if I try to drill on it
Author Topic: Drilling prop vent holes jgkmmoore posted 09-11-2006 08:36 PM ET (US) I have a 13x19 SS Johnson prop on a 1982 John 140. Need to drill the vent holes to increase holeshot for water skiing. Somewhere, there exists a diagram with the hole
Based on the Behaviourist view that learning to speak a foreign language - like other skills - was simply a question of correct habit formation, it was thought that repeating phrases correctly lots of times would lead to mastery of the language. Nowa
I would second Sphehro Phfhany's comment: I have used cheap mill-drill machines in the past with only a taper arbor to hold the chuck into the drill quill. Invariably the vibrations from the mill cutter and the fact that the cutter itself is trying t
A lot of variables there to make a proper answer: Basic tenet of concrete use: Compression = good, tension = bad Wall thickness Drilling to half the wall depth for a threaded fastener (with extra room as Steven suggests) is the safest for embedding f
You cannot cut or drill heat tempered glass. Not waterjet, not laser, not hot needle, not under water. Physics, not technique
You're doing it just right. The biggest mistake you can make when screwing in drywall is to drive the screw too deeply, tearing the paper outer layer. The paper is what's holding the plaster inside together enough to be screwed down in the first plac