EACH DRILL FROM ALLOY BDS
Magnetic drill is a type of drill equipped with magnetic drill, it is often called with many different common names such as hole drill, alloy drill, iron drill, steel drill, metal drill or nose piercing. However, not every magnetic drill series is equipped with magnetic drill, but depending on the magnetic drill series, it is possible to use many different drill lines that are not magnetic drill bits.
Currently in the market of supplying magnetic drill bits in Vietnam, a number of widely used magnetic drill bits in the range of magnetic drill models of manufacturers such as G&J Hall, United Kingdom, Powerbor, WS brands are popular. – Taiwan or Nitto and Unika – Japan brands are:
Magnetic drill has many outstanding advantages that are superior to conventional drill bits, because of its special tooth-tube design combined with centering, which makes it possible to drill holes or taro with precision. Very high body. However, it also has some disadvantages such as being prone to abrasion or tooth decay, its life is often lower than other conventional drill bits, so the magnetic drill cannot usually be reused or reused if destroyed the original structure.
Benefits when users use magnetic drill should be equipped with the magnetic drill is the drilling time of magnetic drill on iron, steel, metal, alloy, aluminum … much faster than With regular drill and the required pressure of the bit is not large, thus helping to increase the life of the magnetic drill, furthermore, using a magnetic drill will not need to drill primers when drilling large diameter holes. In addition, the price of magnetic drill models is also much lower if equipped with the purchase of magnetic drill.
Characteristics of magnetic drill bits
- Origin: BDS – Germany, Powerbor – United Kingdom, WS – Taiwan or Nitton and Unika – Japan
- Material: TCT Alloy or HSS steel
- Specification: Beveled nose, bi-tip nose, or twisted-tooth nose
- Uses: Drilling, Taro, Drilling
- Ability to work: Including several types of nose with a diameter of drill from 12mm to 100mm and drill depth of 25mm, 35mm, 50mm, 60mm, 100mm and 110mm.
- Users should note: It is recommended to use magnetic drill bits to work with models of drills from the same firm, in order to avoid causing the magnetic drill break, or shorten the life of the drill.
Some notes when using magnetic drill
- Magnetic drill can be used for magnetic drill or electric hand-held drill suitable for magnetic drill bits, drill holes.
- Make sure that the start button of the drill is off and that the power is off from the machine before removing the nose plug
- Do not touch the blades, the casing or the drill surface by hand, which may cause cuts, burns
- Equipped clothes suitable for drilling operations, wear eye protection
- Prepare working position well before starting drilling
- Read carefully the instruction manual of the electric drill and electric drill