Hand tool, made up of an angled crank and a pawl and ratchet mechanism, for drilling holes.
The parts of the chuck that grip the tool to keep it firmly in place.
Device with jaws for attaching the bit or drill to the tool.
Metal cylinder covering the crank above the pawl.
Small lever for changing the chuck’s direction of rotation by reversing the ratchet motion.
Toothed wheel having only one direction of rotation; it is kept in place by the pawl.
Hollow end of the front knob in which the crank turns.
Knob for holding and stabilizing the tool while the other hand turns the crank by using the handle.
Angled shank whose rotation drives the chuck, by the agency of a pawl and ratchet mechanism.
Movable part for turning the crank.