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  • Cordless Drills
    Cordless drills are practical and convenient for places where outlets are not readily available. Visit this site to learn about the similarities and differences between cordless and corded drills.
    www.cordlessdrills.us/
  • Air Drills thumbnail Air Drills (Photograph)
    An air drill is neatly stored and ready to use for the next job. This scene depicts a quiet moment before the production lines fire up. As workers file into the space and the machinery comes to life, these tools will be used to engineer products.
    www.air-tools.org/air-drills.htm
  • Drill Bits
    A drill bit is the removable cutting part of the drill and comes in a variety of sizes, materials, and point styles. Visit this site to learn about the different types of drill bits.
    www.drill-bits.us/
  • Drill Chuck thumbnail 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.
    www.cordlessdrills.us/drill-chuck.htm
  • Power Tool
    Power tools are essential for tradesmen and do-it-yourselfers. Primary power tools use 120 volt AC current and include drills, saws, shaping tools, and impact tools.
    www.power-tool.us/
  • Drilling a Hole into a Wooden Board (Digital Video)
    In slow motion, a cordless drill, with a wood drill bit, drills a hole in a wooden board.
    vimeo.com/71723325
  • Drilling a Hole into a Concrete Block (Digital Video)
    In slow motion, a cordless drill, with a masonry drill bit, drills into a concrete block.
    vimeo.com/71723326

Drills Directory Page(s)

  • Drills Page on Jumblex.org
    Visit this drills category page on jumblex.org to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
    http://en.jumblex.org/drills/

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