Drill bit holder

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by studeywebs, 13 Jun 2014.

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    I recall, you asked about impact drivers in another thread for building studwork, which I posted on.

    To put up the stud work, you need 70mm screws, and just drive them, without any pilot holes. The impact driver will be excellent for this, and very fast.

    So I think you have misunderstood the purpose of the tool, but when you get started you will be pleasantly surprised.

    You will however still need a drill driver as part of a decent tool set!
     
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    Yes i did get the wrong end of stick i thought id need to drill a pilot hole - thanks to the first comment - i get some of them then
     
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    Its a good bit set, and seems to be on offer which is extra good news!

    Little tip, as I was stumped at first. To fit the bit into the driver, you need to pull the collar forward on the driver as you slip the bit in. I didn't notice this, so the bit kept falling out! I expected it to click in, which it doesnt.
     
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