hand drill


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Noun1.hand drill - a small portable drill held and operated by handhand drill - a small portable drill held and operated by hand
drill - a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows)
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Tenders are invited for Electrically Operated Hand Drill Machine 10Mm Size Working On 230V, Single Phase Supply.
The chain flails are powered either by a hand drill capable of 2,000 rpm or more, or by a Picote Milling Machine for greater torque and effectiveness.
You cannot align a hand drill straight enough to accurately drill all the holes needed.
However, evidence shows that healers in Peru practiced trepanation -- a surgical procedure that involves removing a section of the cranial vault using a hand drill or a scraping tool -- more than 1,000 years ago to treat a variety of ailments, from head injuries to heartsickness.
20 ( ANI ): Scientists have claimed to have found proof that Peruvian healers practiced trepanation - a surgical process that involves removing a section of the cranial vault using a hand drill or a scraping tool - more than 1,000 years ago to treat a variety of ailments, from head injuries to heartsickness.
It began with a hand drill and ended in 1949 in receivership.
The only tool required for set up is a common hand drill.
Then he used a hand drill to enlarge the peep hole one drill bit size at a time until, at full draw, he could perfectly align the pin guard inside the peep hole.
Once the nail has been restored to its original shape, it is filed and smoothened with a small hand drill.
While Fontana presented an uplifting selection of work made over the last 30 years, Drever revealed details of his current area of research: the impact of noisy, high-speed hand dryers in public toilets: decibel levels can reach the equivalent of a DIY hand drill, which creates a real threat to hearing.