Portable electric tool using variable-speed rotation to pierce holes and to drive drills and bits.
The parts of the chuck that grip the tool to keep it firmly in place.
pistol grip handle
Part shaped like a pistol grip so the wrist remains straight while holding the tool.
Tubular handle providing a firm grip and stabilizing the tool while drilling.
Device with jaws for attaching the bit or drill to the tool.
Protective casing around the cable to avoid twisting and prevent wear.
Connection mechanism for starting or stopping the tool by squeezing with the finger.
Device locking the switch in position to keep the saw working for a prolonged period.
Plate providing certain safety precautions to avoid injuries caused by misuse of the tool.
Plate showing the name of the manufacturer, the serial number of the device and certain technical characteristics (tension, power, etc.).
Part for tightening and loosening the chuck’s jaws.