Applications for the cordless drill driverA cordless drill driver offers many different and sometimes unusual applications. We'll show you them today in the Einhell blog.
The cordless drill driver is one of the most used tools for DIYers. The different applications are diverse. Perhaps more diverse than you might think.
This is perhaps an obvious one from the name. Whether in metal, wood or plastic. With a cordless drill driver, that’s no problem. If you also have a hammer drill function, you can drill holes in concrete, stone or brick.
This one can also be deduced from the „driver“ part of the tool’s name. With the right bit, almost any screw can be screwed in or out, depending on the performance of the cordless drill driver.
With metal, but also with wood, you can achieve great effects with a round steel brush or simply remove dirt and rust. As you’re doing this with a cordless drill driver, you are free in your movements, as you are not reliant on a cable. With a polishing attachment you can polish metal parts perfectly and let them shine in new splendour.
This is quite an unusual application. For this you will need a dowel template. But this is simply a piece of flat iron, in which you, for example, drill an 8 mm hole and use a small file or an engraving machine to magic teeth into the surface. Now you take a strip of spare wood, e. g. 10x10 mm, slightly sharpen it at the front, put the other end in your cordless drill driver and insert it with the tip into the firmly fixed dowel template. Now turn this rod at full speed and some pressure through the hole with the teeth. You won’t believe how quick it is! The finished dowel comes out at the back.
Yes, really! With the cordless drill driver and a hole saw, you can saw large holes in wood, metal or plastic.
Whether it is a kite string or a mason cord, winding can be quite annoying, depending on the length. With a wooden roller, like the self-made sanding roller, you can clamp the threaded rod in the cordless drill driver and have the cord wound up comfortably.
With a purchased or self‐made sanding roller, you can enlarge holes or sharpen curves.
With a stirring attachment, freshly mixed paint or wallpaper paste can be stirred very easily. You will save yourself sore muscles the next day.