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Precis Drill Guide


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  • Precision Drill Guide
  • Brings Drill Press Accuracy & Versatility To Handheld Drilling Jobs
  • Drills Accurate Right Angled Or Variable Angled Holes With Built In Protractor Scale
  • Adjusts 45 Degree In Either Direction Of Vertical Drill Position
  • Portable & Lightweight
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Technical Details
Part Number 36/37
Item Weight1.7 pounds
Product Dimensions13.2 x 6 x 2 inches
Item model number36/37
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB0000E6TM6
Best Sellers Rank #172,372 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 3, 2006
  
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Precision Drill Guide, Brings Drill Press Accuracy & Versatility To Handheld Drilling Jobs, Drills Accurate Right Angled Or Variable Angled Holes With Built In Protractor Scale, Adjusts 45 Degree In Either Direction Of Vertical Drill Position, Portable & Lightweight, Folds Flat For Toolbox Storage, Built In Depth Stop, Slide Lock For Sanding & Buffing Applications, Anchoring Pins Hold The Guild Securely In Place On Flat Surfaces, Narrow Edges, Or Large Tubing, V-Groove For Positioning Round St Chuck & Chuck Key.

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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By CAT woodman on September 7, 2004
Ordered the drill guide and before it got here I stopped at Sears and checkedx out there guide. Went ahead and bought it for less then the H3487. Good thing because when the H3487 arrived it was no where near the tool as the Sears one. Its plastic with flimsy parts and no springs on the rods very disappointed with it. Buy the Sears for less and get more.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Igor V. Moiseeff on February 13, 2005
I have used one of these precision drill guides two times to drill holes to put lock sets into doors. The cross slide that contains the drill chuck and shaft cracked through the chuck stop hole on the one side. The cross slide is too weak to even support the lightest duty service. The cross slide needs to be redesigned with flanges and beads at a minimum in order to handle normal loads encountered during use. Material changes to the cross slide my be needed. The design of the cross slide is a total failed effort.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Scott D. Schreiber on March 8, 2006
This thing is absolutely useless. Flimsy plastic garbage. Don't waste a penny on it!
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By James Arvo on February 2, 2004
What a great idea: Turn your hand-held drill into a mini drill press. Even if you own a drill press you will want a drill guide for those situations in which you must drill through something that you cannot clamp onto your drill press, such as a beam or a wall. The drill guide is a simple light-weight device that will help you to drill more accurately. This device also has some clever features. You can use the little set screw on one of the rails to limit the drill depth, or you can lock the guide at a fixed depth, perhaps for small routing applications (although I have not tried this). You can also set the angle that the drill makes to the surface.
Having said all that, I need to point out that the tool has a few minor flaws, which I hope the manufacturer will correct in future versions. First, and most importantly, there is a bit too much play in the sliding mechanism. With a 4-inch long bit in the chuck I can wiggle the tip about 1/8 of an inch in any direction. If you need great precision, you will be disappointed; think of this guide as providing somewhat better precision than you will typically get by eye, but not dramatically better. It still requires a good eye and a steady hand, and you will still need a real drill press for those high precision jobs.
The mechanism for selecting and locking the drilling angle also has several minor flaws. First, the angle markings are very hard to see as they are mere indentations in the plastic with no ink to make them stand out. Second, there are no pre-set notches for common angles such as 90-degrees and 45-degrees. Last, the lock-down knobs are not quite up to the task. I've had them slip on me more than once.
Over all, this is a very handy tool to have around.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Gallagher on July 1, 2007
Very difficult to set up. Angle scale very hard to read and not accurate. It took 10 to 15 minutes to set it up at 90 degrees using a combination square. After the third hole drilled it went out of alignment. I finished the project by hand drilling and returned the product the next day. Look elsewhere!
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