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Wolfcraft 4522 Tec Mobil Drill Stand
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- The pivotal 2-column guide with scale for exact vertical, horizontal or inclined drilling (+ / - 45 °)
- And the adjustable depth stop
- The straight guide for holes in a line
- The additional handle for precise placement and against skidding when drilling
- The versatile mobile drill stand transformed in the base plate in a stationary drill
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The tec mobil is a mobile drill stand for attaching to all 43mm diameter power drills, which gives precision drilling of surfaces, round workpieces and rails. The stand consists of a swivelling double guide bar which is adjustable for precise drilling horizontantally , vertically and at an angle up to 45°. The base plate can be secured as a fixed drill stand.
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I have been a carpenter for over twenty years. I use all manner of tools and equipment every day.
Whoever designed this has obviously not used it for any amount of time. The whole purpose of this tool is to hold your drill straight as you drill holes in timber or metal etc, and it does not even manage to do this well.
You would be better using the drill freehand.The action on the springs is course and difficult. The plate which is supposed to sit flat on your material is not even flat. The bars which carry the springs moves about as you plunge the drill which really lets this tool down.
It should hold your drill in a rigid position as you plunge it towards the material.
The connection blocks between the plate and the bars is a weak point and can not be tightened enough to make it work properly.
Looks great but fails to do the job it is supposed to do.
1) During the first use of the depth setting function on the Wolfcraft Drill Stand, the depth stop snapped off during tightening and so deemed this function forever nonexistent - the whole part was made out of plastic. I suspect that had I been happy with the rest of this tool's performance, I would be able to find a way how to put together some steel tightening ring to replace/simulate this depth stop, or would have been happy to just use conventional, on the drill bit bit, depth stop attachments, but if you reed further you will understand why I do not waste my energy and time.
2) All the plastic parts that are green on the photographs, are showing signs of "tiredness" after just a handful of uses. I presume that, would I have continued using this device, more parts would eventually snap off... A conjecture on my part but fairly probable given the signs (white cracking lines on the parts) and given the depth stop snap.
3) Although one could use other methods of depth setting, and so still make a good use of this device as a 45 to 90 degrees "precision drill guiding helper" I wouldn't recommend it for the device is too flimsy to be precise. I have used it to help me drive wholes for dowel joint but, although being extra careful to ensure as close 90 degree accuracy as possible (I have even clamped thick boards on each side of my drilled piece to provide a wider platform for the drill base to lean on), the dowels did not drive in straight but skew and so the wooden parts could not be aligned and joined. It took me a lot of extra effort to adjust/re-drill the wholes manually in order to allow precise joint alignment (extra glue was needed as a result also).Read more ›
The drill stand is slightly 'wobbly' even though I tightened the columns as much as possible, but my work does not need to be very accurate so I am happy with the degree of structural stability given by the construction/weight.
I have to drill a lot of vertical holes in 3 x 2 timber. Drilling into the short face is simple as the stand has a recess underneath, and when the stand is slightly rotated, the drill bit finds the centre of the short side automatically. For the long face, the recess is not wide enough, so you have to mark out the hole position and move the drill over the hole centre - not as accurate, but ok for me!
Only drilled 10 holes in wood so far so still early days. I have not tried the 45 degree facility yet.
Conclusion is that mobility scores higher than accuracy.
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