Question about Drills
Posted by Anonymous on
Basically yes. Lower power units are usually titled as "hammer drills." Higher power units, usually labeled "rotary hammers," tend to be larger and provide bigger impact forces. But there are a few differences that are worth knowing: The rotary hammer usually have a chisel only feature, for light chiseling and masonry removal. Rotary hammers also have specially designed chucks that only accept bits specifically designed to fit their chuck. The special chuck on a rotary hammer helps hold the drill bit and prevents it from slipping during use.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
SOURCE: SbE505 hammer drill needs new
You shouldn't have to take the tool that far apart. Just remove the screws that hold the switch handle together, remove the handle, and you should see the brushes. The brushes are at the rear of the tool, not the front.
Posted on Jul 21, 2011
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