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Dril 12.5 mm G

Dril 12.5 mm G

Regular price Rs.180.00 PKR
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It seems like you're looking for information about drilling a hole with a 12.5mm diameter. To do that, you'll need a drill bit with a 12.5mm diameter, which is roughly equivalent to a 1/2 inch drill bit. Here are the general steps for drilling a hole:

  1. Safety First: Always wear appropriate safety gear, including safety glasses and hearing protection when operating power tools.

  2. Mark the Location: Use a pencil or marker to mark the exact spot where you want to drill the hole. You can make a small dent in the center of the mark with a nail or center punch to help guide the drill bit.

  3. Select the Drill Bit: Make sure you have a 12.5mm (or 1/2 inch) drill bit. The drill bit should be appropriate for the material you are drilling into, such as wood, metal, or masonry.

  4. Secure the Workpiece: If you're drilling into a material that's not easily held in place, like a piece of wood, it's a good idea to secure it using clamps or a vise to prevent it from moving during drilling.

  5. Set the Drill Speed: If your drill has adjustable speed settings, choose an appropriate speed for the material you're drilling. Higher speeds are generally used for softer materials like wood, while lower speeds are better for metals and masonry.

  6. Start Drilling: Place the tip of the drill bit on the marked spot and hold the drill steady. Start the drill and apply gentle, even pressure to begin drilling. Keep the drill as straight as possible to ensure the hole is drilled accurately.

  7. Complete the Hole: Continue drilling until you've reached the desired depth. Slow down your drilling speed as you approach the end to prevent splintering or burring of the material.

  8. Safety Precautions: Be careful when handling the hot drill bit and the newly drilled hole. If you're drilling metal or other materials that can get hot, use gloves or pliers to handle the drill bit.

Remember that drilling holes can be dangerous, so take all necessary safety precautions and follow the manufacturer's instructions for your specific drill. If you're unsure about the appropriate drill bit or technique for your project, consult with a professional or experienced individual for guidance.

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