How To Use Electric Drill

how to use electric drill
    electric drill
  • a rotating power drill powered by an electric motor
  • A drill or drill motor is a tool fitted with a rotating cutting tool, usually a drill bit, used for drilling holes in various materials. The cutting tool is gripped by a chuck at one end of the drill and rotated while pressed against the target material.
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boardman marina
boardman marina
still a couple hours out of portland, so we stopped at a city park in the boardman marina... it's all the way up to 52 degrees! but with a chilly wind... we got to harrington a few days ago with no problems other than a busted scrollwheel and a laptop that won't start up. linc seemed to charm his grandparents and great grandma... but he got a bit rambunctious being indoors so much. i bundled him in all his snow gear and we went tromping around in the snow every day, but we'd have to give up after about an hour. we made lots of blanket forts, built the (very fiddly) electric train, and got a dozen library books (i'd forgotten how brutal the curious george story was!). grandma lorraine, who has been doing the main care for her mom at home while she heals from a broken bone in her foot (owie!) was able to sneak away for an hour with us to the nearby town of davenport, where we visited a hardware store (linc's favorite wierd al song!) and got a kid-sized toolbox with a hammer, some screwdrivers, and a few other bits. linc loves it, though he seems to have his heart set on a drill. that's gonna have to wait until at least age four... ratatouille and ghost busters have been the films of choice lately. i didn't have a phone, pooter or newspapers the whole time, which has felt very limiting. i'm cutting back on my net addiction, but i need my hair of the dog! fortunately, there was a dvd player, washer and dryer that we made good use of. the other really wild feeling i got was when we were driving out of harrington. there was a point where we were surrounded by fields full of snow, with a sky full of clouds, and the ground completely blended into the horizon... you really couldn't see a dividing line at all between earth and air. the black ribbon of road was partly obscured by fog and falling snow. it felt simulataneously wide open, like free-fall, and terribly confining, like being wrapped in cotton. unsettling! like the answer to an unsent prayer, maria thomas called my phone and offered portland crash space about 30 seconds after i got signal back. corva, if you're reading this, i'm hoping we can connect either this evening or tomorrow morning... i'll call when i know for certain where i'm sleeping. linc's been a great traveler, which is good news because i think i'm driving back to kansas city with just him... i'll check craigslist, but my original plan of asking clay to come out and ride back didn't fly with him (understandably... by the way, he turns 14 tomorrow! happy birthday, g4n0nd0rk!). know anyone who would like a lift to the midwest? pass 'em on to me! time to hit the road again...
The beginnings of the Adapter Plate
The beginnings of the Adapter Plate
Students have started to make the transmission/motor adapter plate. Here's how it'll go down: 1. Trace the outline of the transmission onto the plate steel 2. Mark the mounting holes of the transmission onto th plate steel 3. Cut out adapter and drill the holes 4. Bolt the new plate to the transmission, after sliding a section of PVC over the transmission input shaft, and putting grease on the end that will press up against the newly cutout adapter plate. 5. Drill out that marked center hole the same diameter of the motor shaft. 6. Insert the motor shaft into the newly drilled hole 7. Mark the outer diameter of the motor. 8. Cut out the center piece so that the motor will fit into the newly cut hole 9. Mark the mounting holes for the motor onto the adapter plate and drill them out. 10. Bolt the adapter plate onto the motor 11. Using spacers, between the bolts to the transmission, bolt the motor/adapter onto the transmission 12. Now you can look at the two shafts, to make sure they are perfectly lined up. 13. Once they are assured the two shafts are perfectly aligned, they'll build the motor to transmission shaft coupler.

how to use electric drill
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