Many of my small projects involve inserting a lot of screw eyes. Instead of cranking each one in by hand, I drill pilot holes, insert the short leg of an Allen wrench in the eye, and chuck the other end in a variable-speed drill. Set the clutch at its lowest torque and use a slow speed. - Andrew Garza; Corpus Christi, Texas
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