DEWALT DWD460 11 Amp 1/2-Inch Right Angle Stud and Joist Drill with Bind-Up Control

August 8, 2013 - Comment

115-DWD460 Features: -Bind-Up Control? stall sensing technology provides increased control of reactionary torque.-Mechanical clutch in low speed delivers increased gear protection.-Metal gear housing for jobsite durability and reliability.-Chuck Size: 1/2 in.-Chuck Type: Keyed.-Amps: 11.00 A.-Speed: 0 rpm [Min], 330 rpm [Max], 1300 rpm [Max]. Includes: -Includes: Chuck Key w/Holder, Bail Handle, 2-Position Side Handle. Construction:

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115-DWD460 Features: -Bind-Up Control? stall sensing technology provides increased control of reactionary torque.-Mechanical clutch in low speed delivers increased gear protection.-Metal gear housing for jobsite durability and reliability.-Chuck Size: 1/2 in.-Chuck Type: Keyed.-Amps: 11.00 A.-Speed: 0 rpm [Min], 330 rpm [Max], 1300 rpm [Max]. Includes: -Includes: Chuck Key w/Holder, Bail Handle, 2-Position Side Handle. Construction: -100pct ball-bearing construction provides durability and longer tool life.

Product Features

  • Bind-up control stall-sensing technology for increased control of reactionary torque
  • Mechanical clutch in low speed delivers increased gear protection
  • 11.0 Amp heavy-duty DEWALT built motor for increased power and performance in high torque applications
  • 2 variable speed ranges:-330 /-1300 RPM to match appropriate speed to the application
  • Metal gear housing for jobsite durability and increased reliability Adjustable front handle and 2-position side handle provide maximum leverage and control

Comments

PatrickD says:

The best way to drill BIG holes Milwaukee’s Hole Hawg is the gold standard in these larger class of drills, but the DWD460 is a good contender. I picked one up on clearance and didn’t use it for months, waiting for the right moment. My 36v Bosch cordless has drilled everything I’ve asked of it, and Bosch’s Dare Devil bits take spade bits to a whole new level and are my preferred tool/bit for electrical work.When it came time to drill 2 9/16″ holes through 12″ 100-year-old oak beams, I pulled out the DWD460 and put…

Brad Sperr says:

This drill is a beast! I got this drill on sale at another site because we have a lot of plumbing and electrical work to do in our new home. Paired with a good set of self-feed bits, this drill will chew through anything. I like the two modes and the clutch feature. Despite its size, it’s surprisingly easy to manage and can fit in some tight places.

Anonymous says:

Works great. Exactly what I needed. It made short work of drilling the studs for new plumbing in my house.

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