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Soft iron 10 mm drilling
On 2018-04-07 16:11:21
I used it with a charge driver. The drill part and the chuck part were torn. I judge it as a level that is usable.
When assembling the aluminum chassis
On 2018-03-11 19:19:08
Because it is a short type, we were able to punch precise holes with less shake of the shaft. The shape of the drill tip was also good, the biting was good and the work was possible with less power.
When the bolt is broken by car repair etc.
On 2018-02-07 14:37:33
Work can be done quickly because it can be attached to the impact drill with one touch. The price is also cheap and saved. I would like to have items of 7 mm or more. I think that you can sell it if it comes out with a monotaro brand.
Used for hole processing of wood etc.
On 2018-02-07 14:35:19
It is inexpensive, highly efficient and very helpful. If you buy this without sharpening
It may be quick.
On 2017-12-05 15:58:16
There was little spillage of the blade, it was very easy to use. I also want to purchase.
On 2017-12-03 19:14:41
I bought it for manual drilling of the product.
The company was sharp and struggling
It was pretty easy at here.
I will expect durability after that.
On 2017-09-07 20:45:54
Although I have not used it much, it quickly became dull. I'm sorry.
On 2017-08-29 14:29:44
Strength can also be used without problems. The price is also a little cheaper than the home center. There is no problem regarding durability.
Used for drilling work
On 2017-08-09 14:38:52
Though I used a long type before, I bought a short type because the bolus diameter is bent from the caulking base and it becomes useless immediately. The short type has a sense of stability at the time of use, reduced camera shake, easy to use, and satisfied with narrow places as well. After that, I'd like to continue using durability.
Used on a do-it-yourself carpenter (woodworking, metal processing such as aluminum, non-metallic processing such as PVC)
On 2017-07-12 09:47:14
I thought that it was relatively cheaper than other things but ... I tried using · · · · how to stop (plug in) a cone on the brass shaft is sweet. It may be a cheap way, but when turning with a drill, core runout is occurring and it is hard to use. It seems stupid to roughly fix the insertion shaft with adhesive. Why do you cope when a cone has heat?