Drill Heads In Work

What first comes to mind when they say the word power tool? Most will call right away: drill, angle grinder and hammer drill. These are the three most popular, sought after and sold types that form the basis of any catalog of a supplier of power tools.
And if a trademark will have 1-2 models for circular saws, nibbling scissors or planers, then there will be several times more drills. Electric drills can dramatically vary in power; to be shocked and unstressed; have a classic layout or angular shape gear (angle drill); have a specific purpose: drill screwdriver, drill for drilling with diamond crowns, mixer drill, drill on a magnetic pad. But even the simplest electric drill helps specialists of different types of activities to do a huge number of a wide variety of work thanks to nozzles on the drill.

Drill Heads In Work

Nozzles on a drill, the most various designs, will help:
to make a curly or straight cut in tin or a thin sheet of metal;
sharpen drill bits for metal;
remove the top layer of the old paintwork;
cut off a steel cable (do not be surprised, there is such a nozzle);
chop grid and thin sheet;
to twist and twist self-tapping screws and fixtures;
cut grooves and slots with a slotted mill (milling nozzle);
drill and cut round holes in different materials;
plucking feathers from a bird (a removable nozzle);
drill at an angle;
saw with a jigsaw file (jigsaw);
stir building mixtures;
to grind, to clean, to polish.
Naturally, almost all of these nozzles are designed to work together with an electric, rather than a hand drill or rotor. Unfortunately, a manual mechanical drill cannot boast a high rotation speed, which means that all these nozzles will not be effective. So:

Angle nozzle for drill

A small device (it is also called an angular nozzle-chuck, an angular adapter, an attachment for angular drilling) for making holes or working with fixtures in places where it is not possible to perform work with a standard drill or screwdriver (the dimensions of the tool interfere). Very often, it has a hexagonal shank that is easy to install and eliminates slippage when clamped in a cartridge; holder, with a magnet inside, which allows you to firmly fix the drill with a hexagonal shank, bits or nozzles; an emphasis for a finger or a handle for the convenience of manipulation in space and a durable grip (the possibility of moving the handle makes it possible to work comfortably for both right-handed and left-handed people). Some models of angle nozzles for drills are equipped with the usual quick-clamping chuck, which allows to expand the scope of the consumables used (there is no reference to the hexagonal shank and you can use ordinary drills and even insert other nozzles with a drive shaft into it). All nozzles allow them to be used with drills of any capacity, from different manufacturers and inserted into any type of cartridge.

Mixer nozzles

Build a house, garage, cottage? So you will definitely use building mixtures. Naturally, the mortar for the brick, during the laying of the box, will be stirred by the drill until the desired consistency is achieved with the help of a drill only an ardent fan of its use (there is a concrete mixer for these purposes), but when laying floor or wall ceramic tiles on adhesive mortar or just for small ones local construction work, its use will be justified.
The “whisk" consists of a round bar, and most often a hexagonal bar, at the end of which, from a welded narrow steel strip or thick wire, a device has been created for mixing building or gypsum mixtures and paint.
Capacity, water, dry mortar, drill, mixer nozzle, a few minutes of work, instead of (as before), a trough, sand cement and a chopper or shovel.

Wire Brush Heads for Drill

Steel products surround a person everywhere: a car, an elevator, a staircase, water pipes, window grills you can list endlessly. Strong and reliable material, which, relatively, is easily processed and connected using various types of welding, but having one drawback: in humid air or when water gets on a steel surface, it quickly becomes rusty. Nozzles on a drill in the form of wire brushes can effectively deal with rust and clean surfaces from deposits, old paint and other coatings. Brushes are:
with various shapes, fixing wire, heads;
from steel, brass, brass or stainless wire;
with a ring around the rim, to prevent "fluffing";
with wire embedded in a plastic base (increased service life, because then the wire does not break);
with various forms of weaving and flexibility of the pile;
with a rigidly fixed or replaceable insert for fixing in the drill chuck.

Video: Drill Heads In Work

Nozzles for a drill for cutting. Cricket drill head

Working with galvanized sheet and tin is a fairly common process at the construction and installation site. To quickly chop metal sheets into strips and blanks of the required shape, craftsmen use guillotine shears. However, this tool is heavy, stationary and not everyone has the opportunity to use it. If you need to quickly, or at a height, cut holes or “cut” a sheet of metal tile, then electric shears are very convenient. But what to do to the master at home, if there are so many works with tin that it is long and hard to cut with manual mechanical scissors for metal, and it is expensive to buy nibbled or cut electric scissors. To perform occasionally tasks related to cutting sheet material, nozzles for a drill, popularly referred to as "crickets," will help. These devices will allow without the formation of burrs and burnt metal on the sides of the cut line (which will be present when working with a grinder) to cut metal sheets up to two millimeters thick. Cutting drill head "Cricket" It can work directly and figuredly and not only with steel, but also with composite and various sheet or rolled polymeric materials. The “cricket” nozzle will allow you to make internal openings (to enter the working part you only need to drill a hole) and delicately affects the surface, which allows it to be used for materials with a protective or decorative coating. The “cricket” shank is simply inserted and clamped in the cartridge, and the handle on the device’s body helps to maneuver during operation. It is advisable to use an electric drill for a cutting nozzle more powerful, but the main thing is that it should have a minimum of 1500 rpm.

Drill Polisher

Are you used to polishing with GOI paste? Of course, it can be so, but what if the volume of work is large; not so big as to buy special polishers, but still not for twenty minutes of work? And then he comes to the rescue and helps out a drill with polishing tips. Super soft, soft, medium, hard felt and felt circles; waffle and synthetic materials; foam and from sheep’s wool; with Velcro fastening, with an inserted stem or inserted into special retainer-holders. all these nozzles on a drill for polishing, together with various polishing compounds, will help in the fight against scratches and the appearance of a shining shine.

Drill bits for grinding

The polishing process cannot be completed without first preparing the surface, and this can be done with grinding nozzles on the drill. Velcro grinding wheels are used in conjunction with special rubber bases (platform disks) and can be produced in diameters of 125mm (the most popular), 150mm and 180mm (they are used much less often and are not available in most price lists of suppliers of accessories for power tools). Both the rubber platform and the grinding nozzle have a special layer for joint fixing (Velcro principle). Nozzles for grinding are available in grit sizes from 24 (coarse) to 1000 (fine), allow you to process the surfaces of a wide variety of materials and contain electrocorundum bonded to a paper base using synthetic resin.
This group of nozzles for a drill for grinding also includes petal heads, consisting of the segments of abrasive paper collected in the middle and mounted on the holder. These accessories are easy to penetrate when grinding into narrow, deep places and perform radius grinding. Due to the high speed of the drill and the fan-shaped shape, we can remove burrs, scale, and rust by moving parallel to the machined surface and repeat all its shapes and contours, even if they have a complex profile with bulges and concavities.
To combat influxes, defects, to smooth the surface, reduce the height of the weld, fine-tune edges and joints, fight burrs, to make recesses and grooves, change shapes, and bore existing holes, we use such grinding nozzles on a drill as: grinding heads and stones on the stock, as well as carbide milling cutters with various shapes of the working part.
The “armaments” of many masters, relatively recently, have appeared and abrasive-polymer nylon brushes, which without removing the upper layer of metal and without scratching it remove external impurities. In everyday life, nylon brushes are used to remove plaque from kitchen utensils.

Drill for drill

Whatever nozzles are invented by manufacturers of tools for sharing with a drill, but it was originally created, and is most often used now, for drilling (receiving new holes) and reaming (increasing existing ones).
The most used is a drill for metal with a cylindrical shank. Standard range for drill from 1mm to 13mm. It is already problematic to clamp a smaller diameter into a cartridge (we do not take into account any paper wrappers), and maneuver with a relatively heavy drill, when working, for example, with a 0.5 mm drill, without the risk of breaking it, it is not possible. Work with drills from 1mm and less is the fate of an electric engraver. 13 mm. the maximum diameter that a chuck can hold, although a number of brands produce drills with a diameter of up to 25 mm with a hollowed, up to 10-13 mm shank.
Drills for metal, which are also nozzles for a drill, may differ: steel grade; length; sharpening angle; features of the outlet groove; type of shank; accuracy class; coating; workmanship ("market version". the cheapest Chinese drills, the average price range is normal quality at a reasonable price (for example, drills from the Ataka brand)), high-quality branded drills from Bosch, DeWALT, Makita. the highest price category. There are also stepped and conical drills (work with sheet material); drills for special tasks (for example, for drilling spot welding); nozzles for drills. core drills for metal (when drilling, relatively large diameters is performed around the perimeter).

Wood drill

These nozzles are divided into: feather drills (different, sharpened on both sides by a wide cutting part), spiral drills (spiral in the form of a groove), milling drills "corn" (to expand grooves), furniture drills for confirm, center drills; “Ballerinas” for wood and soft materials; drill for insertion of locks; milling cutters for wood.

Drills for various purposes

They have a lot of different types and names: circular saws; castellated, bimetallic, tubular drills; tungsten, bimetallic, universal crowns. Drilling is performed along the ring (perimeter), since the cutting teeth are located along the edge and, unlike other drills, do not require a powerful drive and centering, and the work is performed many times faster.

Drills on concrete.
These nozzles are shared for use with an impact or hammerless drill and are hard alloy soldered. To obtain large holes in concrete, for a percussion drill, as well as for a perforator, there are special mills (crowns) for stone and concrete.