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Drill Turque what is a drill torque?

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Torque, which is measured in foot-pounds, is the drill's maximum amount of turning force. Some drills have an adjustable clutch with different torque settings for different applications.

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50% of issues like this one are solved by cleaning the mechanism, you have quite old drill so it's a big chance a metal chip went somewhere between the gears, take the drill apart and clean the mechanism first, if this is not the issue you may figure out by taking the drill apart which you need to do in any case. Or take the risk and use brute force. drillselect com

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Could be several things. If it is a reversible drill, the selector switch could be stuck between forward and reverse. If it is a variable torque (popular on battery drills) the torque setting could be real low. Also, I've had this problem with the gears inside the drill wear out. No easy fix for that. If it is an inexpensive drill it would be cheaper to replace it than to have it repaired.

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My Dewalt DC925 works well but the torque settings don't seem to be working.when i am drilling screws the drill will just drill until i release the trigger.is this a clutch problem?. Many thanks.


Try to put it on the lowest torque and if it slips when wanted, then add a little more torque and check to make sure it slips. Continue at each torque setting and usually works again at full torque. Usually happens when left on the same torque all the time. This kind of resets it.

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The torque settings on a drill will stop the drill from driving the screw ( or what ever you are tightening ) when it reaches a specific "tightness" . For example; the setting "1" will only tighten a screw a very little bit, while " 14 " will tightten the heck out of it.

Note: once the screw has reached it's specific torque ( or tightness ) the drill motor will continue to turn but it will disengage the driver, making a kind of grinding sound,it's perfectly normal so don't be alarmed.

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I have a 6337D which has 16 position torque settings. I do not have any torque measurement device. This said, what does each setting represent in terms of a torque value? Thanks for your help.


Good luck finding any actual documentation on this one. The only thing I could think of would be to put a rag in a vise and clamp the drill in the vise after chucking up a bolt. Set the wrench for your desired torque and adjust the clutch on the drill until the wrench indicates the clutch torque value is what you desire...just a thought.
Take care.

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My Craftsman 19.2 drill's adjustable torque clutch want allow drilling in forward gear.


Try with the drill chuck torque setting set to max. If no joy on that one, work tha low/high speed switch several times. If no luck there, you may need to open the drill and check for a loose linkage, or that something has slipped out of place. It's not difficult.
Regards, --W/D--

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