See the threaded adapter in the following photo:
I can make those here... But I need an example or the specs on the square
taper size, length, etc.
Any known sources for such info?
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Your goal would be to allow people to use more modern bits in a bit
brace? I'm certainly not knowledgeable enough to say, but it doesn't
seem to me that most of the bits we would use with electric drills would
be well suited to a bit brace. I remember using them as a kid
occasionally with my Dad.
You know what could be really handy in a location with no electricity?
Those "push drills", or whatever they were called. Before cordless
tools, those were awfully handy for drilling pilot holes, and for
driving the screws, for that matter.
My Dad had a few and loved them. A couple of them were all chrome with
special bits that stored in the handle. Small, portable and never need
charging. I may have to dig around and find those, even for my own use.
But working with no power? Those would really be a blessing.
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