Tool Lubrication Asher S First Eggbeater Hand Drill Part 2
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Giving a toddler an open-geared eggbeater hand drill is risky business because the gears can pinch their fingers and ultimately scare them away from woodworking tools for a while.Therefore, the logical solution is an enclosed-gear drill.
Many companies used to make them (see the Stanley Continental No748A, and Stanley 610 for example) but since practically almost all of our drilling industry went corded then electric cordless, the number of makers and the variety of hand-operated tools has dwindled drastically.
I remember a few years ago seeing a German-made enclosed-gear hand drill in the catalog of a North American hand-tool vendor.The drill was made by Schroder and seemed to be robust.It had two transmission settings: low gear for bits with a larger diameter and high speed for smaller bits.
Its chuck's capacity was 1/2' which was very impressive given that most 'eggbeater' style drills are limited to 3/8' bits.As I began contemplating buying such a drill for both Asher and me, I visited that catalog again and was disappointed to discover that the drill was no longer listed.
I resumed my online search and located two stores that list it, but they displayed the ominous 'out of stock.' So...