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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Graham Plant, borough council leader, believed a hand drill was used to avoid noise.
Also seized were tools for digging, including a hydraulic jack, hand drill, metal bars and screwdrivers.
The split hand drill will influence an out-to-in swing path on the way down and will also help the golfer to use their hands properly through the golf swing.
What to sell: plywood, PVC pipes, a saw, sandpaper, a hand drill, tape and permanent marker.
Portable post drill and portable hand drill that could be used to drill holes at a job site.
Different tools for digging such as two jacks, a hand drill, a saw for cutting metal, a jack handle, two crowbars, four pieces of wood, and one improvised plastic scoop were found inside the tunnel.
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.
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.
I used to have a little hand drill with a speed setting.
Toni Goodman by email ZENA SAYS: I used to have a little hand drill with a speed setting.
Said to combine the benefits of a high performance hand drill with those of a carbide drill, FEIN has introduced a hand-guided core drilling system for metal.