More stories about Drills

  • Hitachi DH28PD Rotary Hammer

    This small combination hammer is set up to collect dust.

  • Kreg K5 Pocket Hole Jig

    The ratcheting clamp self-adjusts to the thickness of the wood and the drill guide can be shifted quickly.

  • 18-Volt Brushless Drill/Drivers

    Efficient motors, advanced controls, and high-density batteries make for better runtime across the board.

  • Bosch Cordless Right-Angle Drill

    The new ADS181-102 18-volt drill fits where standard drills wonít go

  • Surprising Facts About Bits and Blades

    Accessories have a higher profit margin than power tools and are consumable – so it's no wonder that tool companies are keen to sell us bits and blades.

  • Behind the Scenes with Bosch in Germany

    Last summer at the annual Bosch power tools media event, I received the good news that I was one of three tool industry journalists chosen by the company to be taken on a tour of their facilities throughout Germany and Switzerland.

  • Building in the Wilds of Alaska

    It's hard not to look up to a guy like Dick Proenneke – he had guts and determination, and knew more than a little bit about using tools.

  • GoSaw vertical panel saws

    Though they're great for cutting sheet goods, vertical panel saws are not known for their portability.

  • Irwin 2500 Box Beam Level

    The Irwin 2500 Box Beam Level has an unusual feature that makes it easier to use: a mirror that allows you to read the plumb vial from the edge of the tool (for those times when it's hard to look from the side).

  • Milwaukee 18-volt Fuel drill/driver

    Brushless motors have been around for years, but they're still not that common in cordless tools. Earlier this year Milwaukee introduced its first brushless tool, the 18-volt Fuel drill/driver.