Drill Chuck (Photograph)
Cordless drills are very practical as there is no need to plug them into an outlet or deal with a cord getting in the way. Some drills have variable speed drives while others are single speed.
Drill Bit in a Chuck (Photograph)
Drill bits are the final piece of a powered tool that cuts cylindrical holes into various materials. The bits are held in the drill, which provides torque and rotates the bits. The top part of the bit is called the shank.
Cordless Drill (Photograph)
This dark green and black cordless drill has a drill bit in its hand-tightened chuck and a black rubberized handle to provide good balance in the hand. Many cordless drills have a removable battery, two direction drive, and variable speed motors.
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