General Tools Accudrill Precision Drill Guide (36/37)
- Chuck Size: 1/4 in.
- Product Type: Precision Drill Guide
- Minimum Capacity: 3/8 in.
- For Use On: Power drills for angle drilling, doweling, plug cutting and edge sanding
- Maximum Capacity: 1/2 in.
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Comments about General Tools Accudrill Precision Drill Guide (36/37):
General Tools "ACCUDRILL" Precision Drill Guide
This tool is a piece of junk. A worthless piece of junk. A totally worthless piece of junk.
Sloppy design and poorly manufactured.
-- There's no way to know when the unit is perpendicular to the work surface (i.e., 0 degrees) or that designated angles are accurate: zero degrees on one side is off by ~five degrees on the other. Try to line each side up separately and neither seems to be perpendicular. There is no detent lock on significant angles (e.g., 0, 15, 30, 45; or better yet, every 5 degrees or somesuch).
-- The holes and shafts, both the guide and center drill, are sloppy, so the tip of the drill wiggles a lot. Can't get anything approaching a reasonably precise drill hole with the drill tip wandering all over the place.
-- Since I'm a pretty resourceful guy and when given lemons can usually figure out how to successfully make lemonade, I was still going to give it a go, and then… this brand new unit came with a chuck key that doesn't fit the chuck. Wow.