Spinnit® FMMS-3 Manual 3-Spindle Paper Drill
Usage Tip: For the absolute best performance and cleanest cuts, be sure to sharpen your drill bits after every 4 hours of use. A sharp drill bit makes all the difference.
Location Tip: Using a manual paper drill is perfect to help save money, but if you will be using your paper drill for more than 1 straight hour, we recommend upgrading to a pneumatic or hydraulic paper drill. Pneumatic paper drills are noisy, and therefore ideal for factory and plant environments. Hydraulic drills are quiet and fast, and therefore ideal for office and other environments where noise may be an issue.
Did You Know? Drilling through plastic is not recommended using a paper drill. Plastic causes a lot of friction with the drill bits and can get hot enough to melt the plastic being drilled and damage the drill bits.
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