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Rayn 08-08-2015 22:31

yo i need a new drill
 
I make furniture and I'm upgrading my equipment. I need a corded drill that can drive screws. I don't really need to drill holes in **** I have a drill for that. I need something that can drive a screw into hardwood like butter. please recommend.

Yaason 08-08-2015 22:33

Why corded?

wtf eat apples 08-08-2015 22:35

Go and check out Milwaukee Tools, best tools forsure. Huge selection of drills so you can pick exactly what you like.

Vanster 08-08-2015 22:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yaason (Post 18412621)
Why corded?


Fool 08-08-2015 22:43

Are we doing a drill bit?

wtf eat apples 08-08-2015 22:44

**** cords. have fun dragging around an extension cord

amRam 08-08-2015 22:45

Cordless impact. You haven't driven a screw until you've used an impact driver.

I use Makita stuff professionally. Still have 2 Milwaukee sets but their chargers and batteries have randomly been dying, so I've sworn off their tools. Makita strong as ****.

I have a DeWalt set for around-home use though and its been good too, but I haven't really put it thru its paces.

Rayn 08-08-2015 22:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yaason (Post 18412621)
Why corded?

its not a deal breaker but I have so many ****ing batteries to charge already. every different brand has a different shape and charger, its a ****ing pain in the ass. I'd consider cordless if that's the best option.

Yaason 08-08-2015 22:47

Milwaukee 0299-20 Magnum 8 Amp 1/2-Inch Drill - Power Drills - Amazon.com

naptown 08-08-2015 22:48

makita or milwaukee

nothin else

Yaason 08-08-2015 22:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rayn (Post 18412637)
its not a deal breaker but I have so many ****ing batteries to charge already. every different brand has a different shape and charger, its a ****ing pain in the ass. I'd consider cordless if that's the best option.

What type of batteries do you have now? Getting an impact drill that uses the same batteries you have now would be a good idea.

wtf eat apples 08-08-2015 22:49

Do quality manufactures still offer corded? The only ones with cords that I have seen are dollar store stylez

amRam 08-08-2015 22:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yaason (Post 18412638)

:rofl: you gonna drive screws with that :lol:

amRam 08-08-2015 22:55

btw rayn if ur screwing into soft woods or pre-drilled pilot holes you might even get away with this, which is just a ****in pleasure cuz its so lightweight. 66ft-lbs max torque

http://www.makita.ca/data/upload/tools/DT01_large.jpg

pancake 08-08-2015 22:56

DEWALT OR MILWAKY

milwakees never break tho

Vanster 08-08-2015 22:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by naptown (Post 18412640)
makita or milwaukee

nothin else

Makita

Rayn 08-08-2015 23:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yaason (Post 18412638)

this thing looks like it might be overkill for screws no?

also I need a new circular saw badly.

Mr Jimmy Pop 08-08-2015 23:04

http://demandware.edgesuite.net/aaea...iln6740-20.jpg

Milwaukee 6740-20 Decking, Drywall and Framing Screwdriver, 0 - 2,500 RPM

amRam 08-08-2015 23:06

itt: people who don't use tools suggest tools

Rayn 08-08-2015 23:07

that makita impact driver looks nice.


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