right angle drill News & Reviews

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DeWALT DWARA100 Impact Ready Right Angle Attachment
Chris   June 10, 2013   0   1  
If you need to drill or screw right up against something, sometimes a right angle attachment is the only way to do it. But if you are using your impact driver and a long screw, you need something that can hold up to all that torque. DeWALT's Impact Ready Right Angle Attachment might be your answer.
Chris   September 26, 2011   0   0  
Personally I think right angle drills are becoming more and more irrelevant, primarily because of the smaller sizes of regular ultra-compact drill; and every year these ultra-compact drills get smaller and smaller. Even though the ultra-compact drill has taken away many a job that the right angle drill could do, there are still times when we need something even smaller. The PS11 is the latest right angle drill from Bosch, but unlike other right angled drills on the market, it has an articulating head. The new head allows the tool be used in standard...
The NEW Festool Impact Driver TI 15 IMPACT 564355
Chris   September 23, 2011   1   0  
For many Festool owners it is either Festool tools or nothing, and in a time when just about every tool user has an impact driver, these same Festool fans have been making excuses as to why they don't need an impact driver. I have heard excuses like, "I don't need an impact because my Festool drill has more than enough power". Really? More torque than an impact driver? Sure their reasoning is a joke, but we have to admire their loyalty, even though it is annoying. But soon all those Festool owners that don't need impact...
Kickbike Scooter Powered by Milwaukee M28 Drill 0721-21
Cool Tools
Chris   August 30, 2011   1   0  
We have seen a few professionally made drill powered mini bikes in the past, but it is so much cooler when you can build one yourself; like Jay from Coptool did. Jay had the idea of building a drill powered vehicle and he let his inner child take over to dream it up. Jay started out with a KickBike scooter that he purchased from Amazon for around $260, this was going to be the body of his build. He chose this particular model scooter because it uses a large front wheel that adds stability. Jay also...
Manufacturer News
Chris   June 02, 2011   0   0  
I predicted DeWalt would be announcing their 20 Volt line of tools in June, and here we are, I was right, and I am still not a fan of calling 18V tools 20V Max, but this is a battle I cannot win. I always say that if you are going to buy a cordless tool, you are really buying into the whole manufacturers cordless system. Once you own one tool from a manufacturer you are more likely to stick with the same battery and charger, so you buy other tools. So when a manufacturers...
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