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Buffalo Tools 3/8-inch Electric Drill
This electric drill is a great option for wood, masonry, and metal projects. With an adjustable trigger dial, this electrical drill will be comfortable for anyone to use.
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ITEM#: 12734108This electric drill is a great option for wood, masonry, and metal projects. With an adjustable trigger dial, this electrical drill will be comfortable for anyone to use.
- With adjustable trigger dial
- Variable speed: 0-3,000 RPMs
- For drilling, driving and removing
- For wood, masonry and metal
- Built-in level for easy drilling
- Lock-on button
- 3/8-inch max drilling
- 120 volts/60 Hz
|Dimensions||7 in. Hx 2 in. W x 9.5 in. D|
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Great 3/8 electric drill for the price. Shipping was on time.Read More
the drill was good .I use this a lot. i like its not heavy to use beings i have back issues.Read More
I didn't have a drill and ordered this for future projects. I like the looks, weight and quality of it. I also ordered the drill bis. It was a great price. I had looked at one at Home Depot and the price was a lot more.Read More
my first one i sent back it started to smoke while drilling a hole, the new one i used once so far if you need one often buy a better one and cordless but not from hereRead More
I returned the item unused because I had a change of heart. I need a cordless drill.Read More
The only comment I have about this drill is that it does not come with a drill bit. Seeing as I have never bought a drill before, I did not know that. I've only used it to hang curtains so I'm not sure how it would hold up with big jobs. For hanging curtain rods, it worked just great!Read More
This drill is just right for my home projects, nice weight. For the price you can not go wrong!Read More
Questions & Answers
It was one of the power drills which had a dial on the trigger to set the speed. I find it difficult to keep a constant speed with just the variable speed trigger.
Oops, wrong question! Is a 3/8 inch hex diamond tip drill bit available for this drill. Thank you and ignore previous question meant for a power screw driver. I think I need a break.
Hello civicsteacher, unfortunately no. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
Can I use insert drill bits into this screw driver, and what size - 3/8 inch hex? Thank you!
Hello civicsteacher, Yes, you can use drill bits with this unit. It uses 3/8-inch bits. I hope this helps, thanks for shopping with us.
how many amps does this drill have? How powerful is the motor? need to know exact amps.
is this drill,reversable?
Yes. This drill is reversible.
How to Choose a Cordless Drill
A primary consideration in choosing a cordless drill is how you will use it. Cordless drills are excellent tools because they can be applied to a number of projects and eliminate the fuss of finding a power outlet or wrapping the electrical cord around you and your work. Spend a little time researching the type of drill you need before you purchase one.
Types of Drill Bits
When you need to drill holes for an automotive or home improvement project, the right drill bits can make your life a lot easier. A wide array of drill bits have been designed for drilling wood, metal and other materials. Described below are several common drill bit types that you may find in drill bit sets or as power tool accessories that come with a cordless drill or drill press.
How to Operate a Power Drill
Power drills are used for many different tasks, from hanging pictures in your home to heavy-duty construction projects like structural framing. The level of power classifies power drills: a drill may be used for light work, medium work or heavy-duty work. A good all-around drill will have several speeds and allow you to use an array of drill bits. Like any power tool, when operating a power drill, safety should always come first.
How to Choose Power Drills
A power drill is one of the most useful tools you can have in your home. Power drills come in a huge range of styles and feature many capabilities, from screwing craft projects together to full-blown construction applications. Drills range in price from low to very high, but many drills suitable for the homeowner or hobbyist are available in a reasonable price range. It's simply a matter of choosing the power tool that's right for you.
How to Sharpen Drill Bits
Many homeowners are unaware that their drill bits require regular sharpening to give their best service. Just like knives and axes, a dull drill bit requires more force to do the same job. Instead of wearing out your muscles, a dull drill bit will inevitably wear out your drill. The best way to protect your investment in high-quality power tools is to give your drill bits regular spot sharpening with a file. Use a grinder or visit a professional sharpener if the bits become really dull.
Power Drill Safety Tips
When it comes to using power tools, a little knowledge goes a long way toward preventing injuries and prolonging the life of your tools. If you frequently use a power drill in your home improvement or automotive projects, you may know the basics of drill safety already. Below are some power drill safety tips that will help you protect yourself and your tools. Some of them may seem new or just a good safety refresher.
What to Look for in a Cordless Drill
Having a cordless drill in your tool collection means you're prepared for just about any home improvement project. Cordless drills are portable and powerful power tools that enable you to install just about any fixture and take apart nearly anything put together with screws. There are a lot of factors to consider when choosing a cordless drill that can make them easier to use and more durable. Here are some tips on what to look for.
Top 5 Uses for Cordless Drills
Cordless drills operate on rechargeable batteries, allowing the user to snap in a battery pack and enjoy instant drill power without a power cord. While these cordless drills are useful for numerous applications, some uses are more popular than others. Perhaps the most versatile item in the carpenter's toolbox, the cordless drill substantially reduces the labor necessary to complete many projects. As long as the battery pack has a full charge, you can use your cordless drill anywhere; you don't have to be near an electrical outlet.
How to Choose and Use Power Tools
There's no question that the right power tool can help you complete the job more efficiently than traditional hand tools. The success you have with your power tools is dependent on purchasing the right tool and using it safely. For many do-it-yourself home improvement projects around the home, portable power tools, such as drills and sanders, are ideal because they can be easily stored when they're not in use. If you're outfitting a garage or workshop, you'll likely be considering stationary tools, such as table saws and drill presses, as well as more portable power tools.
Top 5 Reasons to Use Cordless Tools
Cordless power tools have come a long way and command a large following in the home-improvement industry. Some of the most popular cordless tools include drills, circular saws, screwdrivers, impact wrenches, reciprocal saws, nail guns and power sanders. While they haven't replaced large shop tools, cordless power tools are very popular on construction sites. Cordless power tools are also perfect for the homeowner who enjoys taking an active role in home improvement and maintenance.
How to Install an Undermount Kitchen Sink
Keep up with the latest kitchen design trends using undermount kitchen sinks. You can learn how to install an undermount kitchen sink in just a few steps. Cutting and drilling solid countertop materials takes sharp tools and a steady hand, but with a little patience, you'll find it a relatively easy home improvement project.
FAQs about Air Tools
Serious construction and home improvement projects require serious tools. When you're embarking on a large project, such as a home addition or major painting, regular power tools may not be up to the challenge. That's where using air tools can make things easier. Air tools, or pneumatic tools, don't need to be recharged, and they are more durable than power tools that use electric motors and batteries. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions that will help you decide if using air tools is the right move for your next home improvement project.
Best Play Sets and Playhouses for Christmas
Pretend play helps kids express their feelings, lets them develop language skills as they create make-believe scenarios, and provides an opportunity for social development as they play cooperatively. It's important to let children direct themselves to get the most out of pretend play, but their creativity gets a jumpstart when they have the best pretend play toys. Kids will start engaging in pretend play at 2 or 3 years old, and most of these toys would be good Christmas gifts for kids ages 2 to 8.
Power Tool Safety Fact Sheet
Whether cordless, gas-powered or electric, power tools have revolutionized home building and repair. Imagine building an entire house with hand tools like saws, hammers and screwdrivers. Speed and power sometimes come with a price, however: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) lists several serious hazards associated with power tools, including electrocution, explosions and injuries from blades and moving parts. This list of safety facts offers tips on using power tools effectively without causing injury to yourself or others.
How to Measure and Install New Cabinet Hardware
The way your cabinets look can make or break any room in your home, and a little measuring goes a long way toward getting the look you're going for. You may want cabinet hardware upgrades that fit the existing holes in your cabinets so you don't have to drill new holes or cover old ones. This guide gives you step-by-step instructions to ensure any cabinet hardware update goes as smoothly as possible.
How to Replace Old Cabinet Handles
Refinishing your old cabinets and updating the cabinet handles can give an old kitchen new life. Installing new cabinet handles or knobs is largely a matter of careful measuring. Measuring and drilling the holes properly can mean the difference between beautifully installed cabinet hardware and an unsightly hole with wood-filler in it. Here are some simple steps to make sure your cabinet knobs or handles look great.
Fact Sheet on Enhanced Diamonds
When you're shopping for fine diamond jewelry, you may see some diamonds labeled as clarity enhanced. An enhanced diamond is a natural diamond that has been treated to alter or remove imperfections. These flaws affect transparency, color, and sparkle, but the enhancements increase beauty. A diamond labeled as clarity enhanced has undergone one or more of the following treatments: laser drilling, fracture filling, or HPHT treatment.
How to Use a Nail Gun
A nail gun can be used for almost any project in which you would use a hammer and nail. For large projects, such as framing a house or an addition or installation of fencing, an air gun cuts the time dramatically and increases consistency and stability. These powerful tools can be powered by compressed air, gas or electricity.
How to Use a Hand Saw
Even with today's plentiful assortment of power saws, many carpenters keep a hand saw around for special projects. Hand saws come with a variety of blade lengths and tooth configurations to allow you to cut different wood types. Hand tools require no electrical connections or batteries since you operate them manually, and they are a good back-up option when you're working in an area where electrical power is not available. Using a hand saw is simple, but it takes a little muscle and a bit of technique to cut wood efficiently.
How to Choose a Wood Lathe
Wood lathes are simple machines that allow you to make beautifully symmetrical woodwork. Wood lathes consist of an electric motor, two points, called the "headstock" and the "tailstock," and a chisel or gouge. As the motor turns the piece of wood secured between the headstock and the tailstock, the chisel carves. With a wood lathe in your collection of power tools, you'll be able to make a wide variety of items, including wooden pens, table legs, banisters and even wooden salad bowls. Although lathes are fairly simplistic tools, finding the right lathe for you can take some time and research.
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