ac186bab57 It feels smooth in spite of all that bumping, but you do hear a loud hum as a result of all those impacts. Square drive, Phillips, torx, Phillips 2, whatever, they drive screws without stripping them. noumenon February 23, 2011 9:55 am Impact drivers are a godsend for us contractors along with the lithium ion batteries. Im told I should invest in a driver or hammer cordless drill. For the shop I have the Makita 12 volt impact driver and driver drill set which has more than enough power for any wood working needs. Jim February 11, 2015 7:31 pm We all have our inner Tool Time Tim, I guess. This is not to say you cant use a hammer drill on automotive, but it wont help with getting rusted things out or making new holes.
I know a hammer drill is not the thing but I am wondering about using an impact drill rather than a drill for the dock repairs where the logs would be soft on the outside but could have knots. I think an impact driver would be a second tool as the need arises. Reply . Hammer drills are mostly for pilot holes into masonry, again, using a drill/driver (or the impact) for setting the screws after. However, when we opened the case we quickly realized that it was not a hammer drill capable of accepting normal masonry bits. Also, I would like to see a third battery in the combo kit. The result of this combo is raw, unadulterated power. The next day he had a nice new addition to his tool collection.