Electric Handy Drill

This is Tamiya's Electric Handy Drill Assembly Kit.

Tamiya Electric Handy Drill
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 Tamiya # tam74041
$25.60
 
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Tamiya Item # tam74041
Specifications :
  • Tamiya Product Number: 74041
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Spotlight Review

 
"Handy little drill"
garyconnie
Not for the inexperienced person as this is a kit, very nice one with excellent instructions, which must be assembled. Excellent for modeling, scratch building,etc. You'll never use a pin drill again and is doesn't burn the plastic due to low speed. Very nice for the dollars.

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Features

  • This is a ready to assemble electric handy drill for use with plastic models and wood.
  • Battery powered (batteries not included).
  • Uses a trigger switch for control.
  • 2mm drill bit and two types of chucks are included.
  • Blue, Orange and Grey plastic parts are attached to sprue trees.

Specs

  • Tamiya Product Number: 74041

Includes

One Electric Handy Drill Assembly Kit.


Requirements & Suggestions

  • Assembly
  • Large Phillips Screwdriver
  • Small Phillips Screwdriver
  • Long Nose Pliers
  • Sprue Cutter
  • Hobby Knife
  • Two "AA" Cell Batteries
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Reviews

  
 
"Already using it, fun to assemble too"
manitou34@wowway.com
Already used it to pin the rotor blades on a Blackhawk Helicopter.

 
"Handy drill"
mike-norris
Awesome little drill.didn't realize i to put it together it was fun to do.works great perfect for models.love it would recommend for anyone doing any models.

 
"A gotta have tool in the arsenal"
ajwargo
I don't know how I did without this small but very effective drill! You won't use your pin vise again for drilling plastic and resin parts. Of course, the best part is that it spins more slowly than the high rpms of your Dremel or other moto-tool, so you're not melting the plastic as you drill. I've used it to drill literally thousands of windows and port holes on my starship and other models. The only quirky thing is that it's actually a kit that you have to assemble, but that only takes 20 minutes before you're in business.

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