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Before 35,000 BC, getting a subtle harmless 'hole' used to be one of the most dreadful tasks but, Jesus!It was only around this time that the homosapiens thought the necessity of having some acquaintance for this thrilling job to drill a hole and as Plato quoted, “Necessity is the mother of invention.”, we are now in an era where this prominent cumbersome job is facile for all with the inventions of Drills available in an extensive range of being electric, cordless with battery and all.

In the earliest time of the era, rotatory tools came into picture and later on we met the first machine drill, the Bow Drill but it wasn't the end of it. In 1889, Sir William James Arnot and William Blanch Brain of Melbourne bestowed us with the revolutionary invention of his, “an Electric Drill”.

A drill is a device fitted with a cutting tool attachment or a drivng tool attachment called a drill bit used for boring holes in a material and an Electric Drill is a drill which is driven by an electic motor. It can be powered by both, direct or alternating current. In the dawn of it, it was not so fruitful to use an Electric Drill, though it was the most effortless of all to bore, it was the hectic for all to carry the drill.

But lord saves us again and by 1895, we're blessed with the first portable handheld drill through the reverend brothers, Wilhem and Carl Fein. And now, we're freed with a handheld ,portable, motor-driven drill to consider all sorts of chores like wood working, metal working, construction and the 'do-it-yourself' projects. Specially designed drills are also used in medicine, space missions and other applications.

But by the time, people began to wonder on the baffling task of finding a power souce nearby the workplace. With the inventoion of a Cordless Drill then, this apathy of common people decline with the blissful welcome of ease as now there was no need to worry about the power source and the tangled wires.

A Cordless Drill did it for all. It is a usefull or should I say very useful drill with a rechargable battery for simple home repair tasks and also in a heavy construction applications.There are a variety of    
Cordless Drills available in the market with varying peculiar features like diverse power settings, speed, clutch availability and all.

To purchase one, you need to keep account of the power, for if you are upto some very basic task around the home, you are to prefer a 6V while for heavy duty construction works, one can't avoid using  a 18V drill. Another factor to be taken into considerations is its clutch availability as a drill is always prevented from distortion with a clutch which is located behind the chuck, it disengages the drive shaft of the drill when a preset level of resistance is reached. One should ideally prefer drill with dual speed (300 rps and 800 rps) for most light duty operations while the one with speed as much as 1000 rps is also available in the market for higher operations.

We have another aspect of a drill indispensable to the technical world, a Drilling Machine. A Drilling Machine also commonly known as 'Drill Presses', is a tool used for drilling holes in various types of wood, plastic and metal.

The Bench Drill is bolted down for safe drilling of such materials while we prefer a larger version of it, the Pillar Drill which has a long column enabling it to stand on the floor, for drilling larger pieces of material. Besides boring holes and other predictions, drilling machine is also used for a wide range of other stuffs like tapping (drilling pipelines that are under pressure), spot facing (refers to refining the edge of a hole to fit a washer),reaming(to make holes more dimensional and to improve the furnished surface),countersinking( the act of creating space at the top of the hole to hold a bolt screw head in place) and counter boring(making an existing hole larger).

There are many types of drilling machine available including the upright drilling machine, upright sensitive drilling machine, a radial drilling machine and special purpose drilling machine.
What is among the commons and indispensables to all sorts of drills is the driving tool attachment to the drill called the drill bit or driver bit. The twist drill bit is one of the type produced in largest quantity comprising a cutting point at the tip of a cylindrical shaft with helical flutes which act as an Archimedes screw and lift swarf out of the hole.You should also keep in mind that the twist drill bit having a point angle of 118 degrees is suggested for materials like wood, metal plastic etc., while for very soft materials a 90 degree is referred and a 150 for drilling steels and other tougher ones. Besides, the range available includes steep drill bit, ejector drill bit, metal drill bit, center drill bit, core drill bit and many more according to the mother, 'NECESSITY' of the task.
To drill used to be a nightmare but with the race of science and technology, an Electic drill, a Battery drill or a Drilling Machine are what proclaiming the success of it all aloud!



 Wood and a Wood Router....

Routing is a high speed process of cutting, trimming and shaping wood, metal, plastic and a variety of other materials. You must have wondered on the flawless pieces of art carved on wood, metal or some other material which appeals so much to you and it is hard to remember the actual form of the raw it required, the wood, the metals, which are not certainly this alluring. So here is when a router and routing takes place. A router is just a tool to implement routing, it is what makes the wood and other this smooth and shaped so well. So basically routers are meant to cut, trim and shape wood,plastic, metal and other materials.

A router set-up carries an air or electric driver, cutting tool called a router bit and a guide template. Fundamentally we are available with these two kinds of router, one which can be fixed on a table and the other which is handheld commonly called a hand router. The invention of the first ever handheld router took place way back in 1915 by Onsrund and was named Onsruter after him. With all its miscellaneous types of router bits, a router  tool is the most versatile tool for all sorts of work related to woodworking.

The type of router which is placed on the plane consists of a large wooden hand plane and a slim blade peep out of the plane.  It is helpful in making all kinds of patterns and wooden cuts for creating fixtures and furniture. On the counterpart we have this more versatile, smaller sized router called a router plane or a hand router which can effectively help in cutting large slabs of wood to make furnitures and fixtures, trimming the edges of finished furniture to add on an elegant appearance to lift up the wooden creation.

Besides, we are always permitted to make use of any of the two router to join two pieces of wood without the use of nails, brackets or adhesive. Apart from these two we can also consider another type of a router tool, the Spindle router.This type of router has a vertically set electric motor and a collet or holding device on its shaft. It is also divided into two sub-types, the plunge-base wood router and the fixed-base wood router.

It’s easy to find wood routers in most hardware stores. Initially, they may appear to be expensive, but if you consider its ease of use and extreme versatility, you’ll see that it’s really good value for money, particularly if you’re keen to take your hobby for woodcraft just a little further. Power wood routers are just right for professional woodworkers and are available everywhere. There are numerous uses of wood router behind cutting and trimming that can be presented to elucidate its significance like making perfect edges, producing dovetails, mortises and tenons, shaping stylish moldings of infinite varieties,cutting easy dados, rabbets and rebates, raised panel door and frames, cutting circles, recessing door hinges and many more.

Some materials that prove difficult to shape with other processes such as fiber-glass, kevlar and graphite can be shaped and finished neatly via various routing techniques. Cutaways, holes and conters can also be shaped using routers. Specially designed routers are also common in re-ceating beautiful patterns, cuts and elaborating the edges.

For these enormous ways of usinf a router tool, we are provide with this long range of router bits including fluted cutters used for edging and trimming, profile cutters popular for shaping and again, trimming, we also have helical cutters for cutting machine materials easily and for drilling and shaping purposes. More generally, we can have router bits like a dovetail router bit, V-groove bit, round-over bit, cove bit, straight bit, chamfer bit and the number goes on and on.

These more general types of bit are used accordingly as their name suggests like a dovetail bit is designed to make the cuts necessary for dovetail joints in woodworking or a straight bit is used to cut straight, precise lines through a section of wood, a cove bit manages to produce a curved channel along the edge of the wood and a V-groove allows to cut a groove with a sharp apex or to create a channel through a section of wood, a groove bit is needed.

Using a router is still a tchnical job but if you enjoy woodworking as hobby, you can always make-up with it. All you need is to understand the device and follow the rules. First it is required to insert a bit into the collet with the router unplugged and resting on a steady workbench, then tighten the collet nut and set the initial bit depth by pressing on the router until the bit touches the surface, and tighten the lock lever and then it says to set the depth stopper so as to get the desired deep cut in the wood and not more than that which can destroy the whole creation. And then all what follows is just to start the router with its full speed, use the handles to control and GET SET GO routing  your willful carvings!

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