Electric Drilling and Grinding Tools
186054

 

 
  Duration:
5 hours

 
  Course Prerequisites:
Trades Safety: Getting Started (186001)
Basic Industrial Math (Block X21)
Practical Measurements (Block X22)

 
  What Students Learn:
Preview
The electric drill is one of the most widely used power tools. It has many uses and is simple to operate. Electric drills can be found in a variety of shapes and sizes, from a light household duty to the heavy-duty industrial grade hand drill and drill press. One variation of the electric drill is the hammer drill or rotary hammer. The hammer drill is a tool used for making holes in concrete and masonry.

Grinders are commonly used for shaping and finishing metal and other materials. Hand grinders are available in sizes ranging from those designed to do the intricate work of the die grinder to that of the 7-inch heavy-duty disc grinder. Bench grinders are standard equipment in most shops, ranging from a 6-inch bench model to the heavy-duty 12-inch pedestal grinder.

Objectives
When a student completes this study unit, he and she will be able to:
  • Safely set up and operate a portable electric drill, electric drill press, and electric hammer.
  • Choose the proper drill bit for many drilling applications.
  • Set up and use a variety of hand and bench grinders.
  • Safely use the proper grinder for various jobs.
  • Follow the necessary steps for proper tool maintenance.
  • Purchase the proper drilling tool for your application.

    Contents
    Electric Drills; Drill Presses; Drill Bits; Hammer Drills and Rotary Hammers; Electric Grinders; Abrasives.

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