libraries are good and i am glad they are still around
internet is good too for finding information on drilling holes
but the best thing is to get some scraps and find your drilling mojo
after a while you will start to get the feel for it
You shouldn't have been using one of those cheap Black & Decker grinder
drills. You needed to bring a good quality drill, so that it won't
disturb other patrons! Sometimes those Panasonics purr like a tribble,
and who can resist that?
Not really, but then no cordless drill is that loud unless the clutch
engages. Then the Festool wins, the clutch is electronic and it simply
sounds a tone and stops drilling when the clutch setting has been reached.
I bought my first Panasonic drill in 1990, IIRC They are top notch drills.
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