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Дрель ударная BOSCH GSB 21-2 RCT Case (БЗП) 1300 Вт

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Ударная дрель Bosch GSB 21 2 RCT Professional

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Дрель ударная BOSCH GSB 21-2 RCT Case (БЗП) 1300 Вт


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Дрель ударная BOSCH GSB 21-2 RCT Case (БЗП) 1300 Вт


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Just killed it screwing a batten screw through one red gum sleeper, into another without pre-drilling.
Was trying to pull them together tight.
Most of my tools по этому сообщению abused but don't leave me.
This isn't a tool I use all the time either.
Just bought the Metabo equivalent At least this one has a three year warranty.
I've got quite a bit of redgum to work it out on at the moment.
What killed your drill and thousands of others is the overheating of the universal motor.
A stalled motor draws the max current and yet the attached fan is not spinning.
The motor winding is cooked in a few смотрите подробнее />Next time stop the drill when you hear the motor is stalling.
Better still use an impact driver.
I am sure you are familiar with drill care but I take it the brushes were A-OK.
So I would wonder why the mechanical overload clutch didn't kick in.
I have a well used Metabo, bit bigger than the one you just got.
I can't kill it and it will not let me overload it.
The keyless chuck wasn't their premium version and ended up replacing it.
The generic replacement was worse and was replaced with another which was worse again.
I think your new drill will serve you well.
It's possible an overtemp sensor has opened in the winding, but yeah, it's pretty much a throw away.
And for those viewers playing along at home.
It's a good idea to back out and let drill run fast for a few seconds.
Like the other contestant said, it's the fan running that cools the winding and when it's stalled, it ain't cooling.
Not meant to be a slight to the op.
I know the urge to get that extra couple of mm in and thought the drill would основываясь на этих данных able to cope.
But usually it's the last bit that does the damage.
Don't know why overload clutch won't cut out.
Perhaps it needs a bit of deceleration for it to work and when the drill is slowed down gradually, cut out might not work.
All sounds about right.
As I said, tool abuse so no slight taken justonething.
I'm not particularly mechanically minded so combine that with wishful attempt to achieve the impossible.
Oh and then I got out the impact driver and fixed the batten screw no problem.
Amazing to me as i said not mechanically minded seems like magic that a little battery powered tool can do the job.
Love my Makita cordless driver.
Gets used a fair bit.
Also my Makita cordless drill has been working flat out for years now.
I even used to use it as a screw gun, daily, assembling cabinets for a job about 2 years before finally getting an impact driver.
It makes a rattly sound when you release the trigger and doesn't stop spinning instantly as it's supposed to.
I forget but I think it happened after I dropped it ages ago.
Still works well tho.
All sounds about right.
As I said, tool abuse so no slight taken />I'm not particularly mechanically minded so combine that with wishful attempt to achieve the impossible.
Oh and then I got out the impact driver and fixed the batten screw no problem.
Amazing to me as i said not mechanically ссылка на продолжение seems like magic that a little battery powered tool can do the job.
Love my Makita cordless driver.
Gets used a fair bit.
Also my Makita cordless drill has been working flat out for years now.
I even used to use it as a screw gun, daily, assembling cabinets for a job about 2 years before finally getting an impact driver.
It makes a rattly sound when you release the trigger and doesn't stop spinning as it's supposed to.
I forget but I think it happened after I dropped it ages ago.
Still works well tho.
Sorry to hear you broke your birthday present,it can be easily repaired, looking at the drill there appears to be no thermal protection, so you have probably cooked the windings, smell the back of the drill, if you can smell a burning smell, then chnces are the windings are kaput, you can get a new winding for them, it's part no 803, there is a few different versions of the drill, so you woold need to get the right parts to suit.
But unless your technically minded it may be hard for you to replace this, and you will have to conceed to being ripped by a repairer to do this for you.
I am suprsed Su, that you did not think to predrill hardwood to hardwood with batten screws, thats a big carpentry 101 no no, Anything to do with hardwood it is mandatory to predrill, even small screws, as it will snap the screws off or split the hardwood if your close to the edge, but I guess it shows you how strong a batten scew is.
It's when you do things like this that prompts you to never do that again, I hope your Metabo doesen't end up in the same RIP state.
I have an old Metabo SBE1015, this has driven thousands of batten screws and still lives to see another day, but it was a unique drill which had user selectable speed and torque control, see the two dials behind on the front handle, it has LED indication at the back to let you know when your pushing it to hard, and will break your wrist if you dial the torque up real high, and push it hard.
I dial the speed down real low, and the torque up high and you can hear the drill working hard when doing battens, I always run it for a few seconds after each screw to cool the windings, but it has safety overload electronic and mechanical protection, I have activated the electronic one many times, which is probably why it's still going, they don't make drills like this one anymore, and for doing lots of battens, I would choose this over my cordless impact anyday.
I will say Metabo series of drills and grinders are very sturdy units, the German made units with Marathon motors and alost indestructable, not the chinese rubbish they flog off at the lowend.
All ссылка на продолжение grinders are Metabo Marathon, and they are still going like new after many years of use and abuse.
Usually the problem with cordless tools spinning after you stop them is the electric brake has failed, but if yours hapened ater dropping it and now makes a rattle noise then probably a mechanical problem.
I thought it could also be part 803.
I learn't my lesson in my young days with the first two Skil Sher's I owned.
Speaking of impact drivers, I think you learn their true value as time goes on owning one.
I remember getting a pack of screws with перейти на источник square drive by accident and being annoyed with such a quirky idea instead of the usual Philips heads.
Had to use them recently and an instant convert.
The impact driver loves them and makes источник статьи them twice as easy than a Philips head.
Sorry to hear you broke your birthday present,it can be easily repaired, looking at the drill there appears to be no thermal protection, so you have probably cooked the windings, smell the back of the drill, if you can smell a burning smell, then chnces are the windings are kaput, you can get a new winding for them, it's part no 803, there is a few different versions of the drill, so you woold need to get the right parts to suit.
But unless your technically minded it may be hard for you to replace this, and you will have to conceed to ripped by a repairer to do this for you.
I am suprsed Su, that you did not think to predrill hardwood to hardwood with batten screws, thats a big carpentry 101 no no, Anything to do with hardwood it is mandatory to predrill, even small screws, as it will snap the screws off or split the hardwood if your close to the edge, but I guess it shows you how strong a batten scew is.
It's when you do things like this that prompts you to never do that again, I hope your Metabo doesen't end up in the same RIP state.
I have an old Metabo SBE1015, this has driven thousands of batten screws and still lives to see another day, but it was a unique drill which had user selectable speed and torque control, see the two dials behind on the front handle, it has LED indication at the back to let you know when your pushing it to hard, and will break your wrist if you dial the torque up real high, and push it hard.
I dial the speed down real low, and the torque up high and you can hear the drill working hard when doing battens, I always run it for a few seconds after each screw to cool the windings, but it has safety overload electronic and mechanical protection, I have activated the electronic one many times, which is probably подробнее на этой странице it's still going, they don't make drills like this one anymore, and for doing lots of battens, I would choose this over my cordless impact anyday.
I will say Metabo посмотреть больше of drills and grinders are very sturdy units, the German made units with Marathon motors and alost indestructable, not the chinese rubbish they flog off at the lowend.
All my grinders are Metabo Marathon, and they are still going like new after many years of use and abuse.
Usually the problem with cordless tools spinning after you stop them is the electric brake has failed, but if yours hapened ater dropping it and now makes a rattle noise then it's probably a mechanical problem.
If it's fixable for a small amount, maybe but I've already paid for a new one.
I won' chuck it out just yet and if i find someone who will fix it, cool.
As far as 101 carpentry no no.
I have always pre-drilled.
I just was curious to see what would happen expensive knowledge.
I thought the screw would just spin.
Being a girl, I never grew up with conversations from dad or other blokes about tools and technical stuff of that nature so everything I know is only from searching out info in my later years.
I have learnt so much stuff and forgotten some of it too in the last 7 or so years, especially the last 4-5 years.
Understanding machinery is not one of the topics I have tackled yet.
So when I read instruction manuals, I may forget stuff over time as it doesn't inherently mesh with my knowledge base.
I also have a pretty bad short term memory.
I often find myself researching the same thing over.
The stuff you learn when you're younger seems to stick better.
Wish I'd learnt a lot of stuff back then.
For those of you with daughters out there, treat them like your sons.
I am suprsed Su, that you did not think to predrill hardwood to hardwood with batten screws, thats a big carpentry 101 no no.
Bwaahahahaha For those of you with daughters out there, treat them like your sons.
Can't see them all appreciating that.
Got your PM Metrix but your inbox is full so couldn't respond.
Bloody thing it's alwaysempty now ;- Su gets schooled.
I get your humour Ringtail.
No need for sarcasm emoticon, although I wonder what that'd look like.
Perhaps it needs to be a sound rather than a visual.
Metrix is on the money.
Call it a case of temporary insanity.
Also, I may come across as having good advise for others but trust me, sometimes I'm just the minnow swimming in a bigger pool.
At least it seems that way to me.
I don't have kids hence no idea but I imagine if I did and tried to teach them stuff, they'd glaze over.
Wouldn't stop me trying.
My kids would probably hate me.
Can't see them all appreciating that.
Yep, it goes both ways.
Everyone treated the same.
Failure expected from both genders Ha ha, times are changing.
Why learn to work with wood when you can just 3D print it!
Maybe I can print me a new drill.
I get your humour Ringtail.
No need for sarcasm emoticon, although I wonder what that'd look like.
Perhaps it needs to be a sound rather than a visual.
This is the best I can find.
Love a bit of blackadder.
I get your humour Ringtail.
No need for sarcasm emoticon, although I wonder what that'd look like.
Perhaps it AC3FPZ разъем XLR3 гнездо to be a sound rather than a visual.
Metrix is on the money.
Call it a case of temporary insanity.
Also, I may come across as having good advise for others but trust me, sometimes I'm just the minnow swimming in a bigger pool.
At least it seems that way to me.
I don't have kids hence idea but I imagine if I did and tried to teach them stuff, they'd glaze over.
Wouldn't stop me trying.
My kids would probably hate me.
You don't need kids to have читать полностью idea, from what iv'e read youv'e got more idea than a lot of my non tradie mates, they cant put a screw in anything to save their lives, one mate managed to get a little ladder out and change a haogen globe when he had some of his yoga mates over, they thought he was the ants pants and so practical, my mate is the most un practical person you have ever met, but he's good at mathematics HA HA HA.
Most city kids these days are so consumed with their latest phone, or online un social media comment, reputation, selfie, gossip and whatever the guru's will come up with tomorrow that they have lost all abiliy to communicate verbally.
If you can get your kids outside playing in the yard away from their phones and iPads, learning skills that will last them a lifetime, it's a bonus.
Yep, need a balance.
Yep, need a balance.
Just killed it screwing a batten screw through one red gum sleeper, into another without pre-drilling.
Was trying to pull them together tight.
Most of my tools get abused but don't leave me.
This isn't a tool I use all the time either.
Get it fixed and keep it as a spare.
Worth it in my books, it's a good drill.
Get it fixed and keep it as a spare.
Worth it in my books, it's good drill.
You don't need kids to have an idea, from what iv'e read youv'e got more idea than a lot of my non tradie mates, they cant put a screw in anything to save their lives, one mate managed to get a little ladder out and change a haogen globe when he had some of his yoga mates over, they thought he was the ants pants and so practical, my mate is the most un practical person you have ever met, but he's good at mathematics HA HA HA.
I used to be like that.
Tell him there's hope for him yet.
Most city kids these days are so consumed with their latest phone, or online un social media comment, reputation, selfie, gossip and whatever the guru's will come up with tomorrow that they have lost all abiliy to communicate verbally.
I've noticed this with some kids, some are still able to have a conversation fortunately.
If you can get your kids outside playing in the yard away from their phones and iPads, learning practical skills that will last them a lifetime, it's a bonus.
Living in Daylesford, there are lots of kids who grow up with a foot in both worlds so it's a bit different here.
That's part of why I love it here so much.
Yep, need a balance.
And I certainly lean on internet for help.
Most city kids these days are so consumed with their здесь phone, or online un social media comment, reputation, selfie, gossip and whatever the guru's will come up with tomorrow that they have lost all ability to communicate verbally.
If you can get your kids outside playing in the yard away from their phones and iPads, learning practical skills that will last them a lifetime, it's a bonus.
Actually, that is a common misconception.
Each generation is quick in picking up the skill necessary to survive at that point in time in that particular culture.
Today it is computer skills yesterday it was something else.
Would you teach your kids fencing to keep safe?
Things change and that does not mean for the worst.
We want the world to stay the same but it doesn't Actually, that is a common misconception.
Each generation is quick in picking up the skill necessary to survive at that point in time in that particular culture.
Today it is skills yesterday it was something else.
Would you teach your kids fencing to keep safe?
Things change and that does not mean for the worst.
We want the world to stay the same but it doesn't Perhaps not fencing with a foil but timber fencing, yeah.
Jokes aside, I do agree.
I also wouldn't want to see hands on skills left behind.
To me it's not about preserving old school skills or anything like that.
It's about having experienced and benefited personally from having building skills.
Without those skills I wouldn't be in such a good position in such a short time.
If I'd had those skills earlier, I think I'd have been set a long time ago.
It also wouldn't have happened if I didn't spend a fair bit of time thinking about and calculating different scenarios to find a path forward.
Not so easy to teach.
Not everyone is like детальнее на этой странице />It's just one way to get by, not the основываясь на этих данных way and not on it's own.
It also wouldn't have happened if I didn't spend a fair bit of time thinking about and calculating different scenarios to find a path forward.
Perhaps not fencing with a foil but timber fencing, yeah.
Jokes aside, I do agree.
I also wouldn't want to see on skills left behind.
To me it's not about preserving old school skills or anything like that.
It's about having experienced and benefited personally from having building skills.
Without those skills I wouldn't be in such a good position in such a short time.
If I'd had those skills earlier, I think I'd have been set a long time ago.
It also wouldn't have happened if I didn't spend a fair bit of time thinking about and calculating different scenarios to find a path forward.
Not so easy to teach.
Not everyone is like that.
It's just one way to get by, not the only way and not on it's own.
Yes, well, since we got into a bit of philosophizing, I am the last person to discard old school values, since I was probably one of the last Blacksmith apprentice of my generation.
In hindsight and purely for survival reasons I should have become нажмите чтобы увидеть больше hacker instead.
Yet I was told by my elders in no uncertain terms that my toiling in the family shed were a waste of time and that I should be better studying for my uni exams then trying to emulate low paying jobs.
In hindsight and purely for survival reasons I should have become a hacker instead.
There you go, another way to realise ones fortune.

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