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How to use an Electric Drill

  • First You need to choose which kind of electric drill you are going to use - the cord or cordless. The one who has a cord attached might limit you because it need to have an outlet.although, it powerful then the cordless drill. On the other hand, the cordless drill can be use anywhere without needing an outlet.
  • Choose the wright drill according to your job. For an heavy-duty project purchase a more powerful drill but remember that it run slower and most of them have a cord attached to them. If you have lightweight jobs so you can use a cordless drill.
  • The safest way to use a drill is to make sure that the materials to are drilling are straight ahead of you or down below you. in additional, in case that the materials you are drilling is hard or thick one, in first use a hole punch to start the hole before the drill.
  • When you starting the job, push the drill slightly. start out slowly, and as the hole progresses, increase the speed slightly.

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