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How to Use A Cordless Drill?

Although it may seem super straightforward to those with experience, there are many ambitious homeowners who aren’t fully aware of how to use a cordless drill.

Use your cordless drill by depressing the trigger located on the handle. Once pressed, the chuck, a clamp that holds the bit in place, will rotate. As you increase the pressure on the trigger, the tool speeds up. A clockwise rotation will insert a screw into the area you want. Depending on the project, the torque may need adjusting. Find the button on the top of the drill that regulates the torque and speed. Consider using less torque for driving screws and maintain a medium speed for drilling holes (depending on hole diameter). Never apply too much pressure to make the drill work “faster”.”

How does a cordless drill work?

This handy tool uses a battery located below the handle to provide the power to rotate the chuck. The trigger controls the speed, and you can adjust your speed by the amount of pressure on the trigger. The motor converts the electric power from the battery into energy to rotate the tip. Some cordless drills have gearboxes that are specialized to switch gears, which is handy if you need to drill through harder materials.

When to use a cordless drill

Use your cordless drill anytime you need to drill a hole or drive a screw or bolt. You can even use it to mix paint when you use a specialized mixer attachment. It is especially handy for times when electrical power is not available.

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Speak with the professionals at Ottawa Fastener Supply at 613-828-5311 or contact us online with your questions about cordless drills.

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