Pin Vise Archimedean style – push to turn chuck

Hand Archimedean Drill

Made from metal and stands about 10cm tall. Used with drill bits, the motion of moving the collar up and down around the body of the drill causes the bit to turn.

The basic principle of the aqueduct is utilised in the design of this self-turning pin vise . 2 hands are required one to hold the end while the knurled part is pushed forward allowing the dill to turn and cut into the article to be drilled.

The chuck is small enough to hold a 0.3 mm drill bit and up to 2-3 mm

 

$20.00

Hand Archimedean Drill

Made from metal and stands about 10cm tall. Used with drill bits, the motion of moving the collar up and down around the body of the drill causes the bit to turn.

The basic principle of the aqueduct is utilised in the design of this self-turning pin vise . 2 hands are required one to hold the end while the knurled part is pushed forward allowing the dill to turn and cut into the article to be drilled.

The chuck is small enough to hold a 0.3 mm drill bit and up to 2-3 mm

 

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