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Cant seem to drill into concrete with tapcon bit in 18V P205. What settings and speed do I use?

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You should be able to drill at a low speed. Maybe 100-200 rpm. I assume the bit is sharp. I have run into an ocassional new bit that is bad. If it suddenly stops drilling you may have hit a rock. Crack the rock with a center punch then continue drilling.

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