Milwaukee 3107-6 7.0 Amp 1/2-Inch Right Angle Drill with D-Handle

January 16, 2014 - Comment

As everyone knows, both plumbing and electrical work require drilling in tight spots. While the Milwaukee Hole Hawg may be the choice for most professional plumbers and electricians, this less-expensive right-angle drill is a solid option to consider for the same applications. Featuring a slim, lightweight design and great versatility, Milwaukee’s right-angle drill has a

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As everyone knows, both plumbing and electrical work require drilling in tight spots. While the Milwaukee Hole Hawg may be the choice for most professional plumbers and electricians, this less-expensive right-angle drill is a solid option to consider for the same applications. Featuring a slim, lightweight design and great versatility, Milwaukee’s right-angle drill has a 1/2-inch chuck and three speed ranges and is fully adjustable. The head and handle swivel 360 degrees and can be locked tight in any position, allowing you to fit this drill anywhere this drill could possibly fit. HVAC contractors can use this drill with bits to 4-5/8 inches without a problem. And, if necessary, the right-angle mechanism can be removed and the drill converted to straight D-handle use. If you have major remodel or construction plans, this is a smart drill to consider. –Tim Block

Product Features

  • Powerful 7-amp motor
  • Use with up to 4-5/8-inch selfeed bits
  • Trigger speed control
  • Head and handle swivel 360 degrees for easy drilling in tough spots
  • Limited warranty, 30-day no-risk trial

Comments

PT Phil "bajaphil" says:

A jobbers standard drill for many years. This industry standard machine offers economical flexibility, power and utility — and does so for a very long time. The small, tight angle head can sneak a whole bunch of torque into some very small places. The head can easily be adjusted right, left, up or down giving the user a lot of options when facing a tight-place job. The balance of the machine as well as the thoughtful positioning of the controls make it seem as though your hands are fully trained in its use the first time you…

Jay A. Brunn says:

Powerful drill for heavy duty work! I have renovated several houses and a cabin. One of the tools I always needed was a right angle drill. I bought it and have put it to use drilling holes for electrical wiring and running pipes for plumbing. This is a powerful 1/2 inch drill which will let you drill in between studs, joists and other tight spots. I strongly recommend the Milwaukee Selfeed bits which assist in the drilling process by drawing the bit into the wood. I bought the plumbers bit kit which includes a great selection of…

MicTrik "mictrik" says:

Power and Poise The Milwaukee Right Angle Drill 3107-6 applies allot of torque to spaces you otherwise would have trouble reaching with a regular drill. It is ideal for drilling holes between studs for electric, cabling or plumbing. The unit is basically their 7 amp variable speed D handle drill featuring triple gear reduction with a Right Angle Drive (RAD) unit attached that can be set in either low gear at 355rpm or high gear at750rpm. The D handle drill without the RAD will achieve 500 RPM. Changing…

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