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Voltage: AC 110V/60Hz; AC 110V/60Hz (selected by switch on the machine)
Power output: 10W
Voltage: DC 3-12V
Rotation: 0rpm to 20,000 rpm
Sanding Bands: 80"/100"/120"
1x Electric Nail Drill Machine
1x Hand piece
1x Cradle for holding the hand piece
1x Foot Pedal
6x Optional Bits with 5 sanding bands
Installation and wire connection:
1.Connect the 5-pin plug of the portable grinding head/hand piece to the output socket of hand piece at the main panel.
2.Connect the pedal switch to the foot S/W socket.
3.Select grinding mould of different sizes according to actual requirements, and fasten/secure it into the front of the portable grinding head until the second lock clacks.(please note the bit has to pass through two clacks (locks) before it is firmly secured .
4.Switch the speed control to the left.
5.Connect with the main source power.
1.Press the function switch on the left to ON for manual control, the indicator will be on and the grinding head starts to move slowly.
2.Rotate the speed control clockwise to accelerate the grinding head.
3.When the function switch is pressed to the OFF, step on the pedal the speed will be accelerated, and loose the foot, the speed will be decreased. (foot switch is optional)
4.The turning directions can be swapped: FWD means clockwise and REV means counterclockwise.
5.Adjust the speed of the grinding head within a reasonable range.
6.Please adjust the hand piece to the lowest speed before changing forward/backward direction or before turn off the machine.
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However odd the situation in getting this product so far I love it. Works fabulously on natural nails. I am done with cheap nail drills. Hope it keeps on working! We will see.Published 1 month ago by Ariel Blue
I was skeptical bc it's so inexpensive and foreign, it came sooner than expected on the day it was to arrive..I ran to the ups truck like a kid on xmas morning.. Read morePublished 1 month ago by lexi dean
Pretty good drill for the price. Perfect speed for novice tech..minor vibration on the highest speed. Worth every penny. Read morePublished 1 month ago by edith