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Foam Board Hole Drill by FoamWerks - WD8011
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Foam Board Hole Drill by FoamWerks - WD8011

Foam Board Hole Drill by FoamWerks - WD8011

Part #: WD8011
Brand: Logan
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ProductDescription

Drill perfect holes in foam board using one of three interchangeable quick-change drill tips included. Choose 3/4", 1/2" and 0.28" (7mm, 12.7mm, 19mm diameters. The Hole Drill WD-8011 works with 3/16"(5mm) foam board.
IMPORTANT: Always use a scrap piece of foam board underneath the piece you are cutting. This is to protect the tool and extend the life of the blades.

Product Details

  • One of three interchangeable quick-change drill tips included.
  • Choose 3/4", 1/2" and 0.28" (7mm, 12.7mm, 19mm diameters.
  • Works with 3/16"(5mm) foam board.
  • Feature quick change blades and ergonomic designs.

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DemonstrationVideo

FoamWerks WD-8011 Hole Drill Demo

Transcript: The Logan FoamWerks Hole Drill features three different drill sizes that can be used. To install a drill, insert it from the bottom of the tool up and twist to lock it in place. Use the FoamWerks channel rail or ruler to determine the center of the hole to be drilled. Do this by marking crosshairs. Always see you have a scrap piece of foam board under the foam board you intend to cut. To use the hole drill, first remove the protective plastic cap. Note the four notches on the base piece of the hole drill. These will align with the cross hairs you have drawn on the foam board. To drill the hole... Read More
The Logan FoamWerks Hole Drill features three different drill sizes that can be used. To install a drill, insert it from the bottom of the tool up and twist to lock it in place. Use the FoamWerks channel rail or ruler to determine the center of the hole to be drilled. Do this by marking crosshairs. Always see you have a scrap piece of foam board under the foam board you intend to cut. To use the hole drill, first remove the protective plastic cap. Note the four notches on the base piece of the hole drill. These will align with the cross hairs you have drawn on the foam board. To drill the hole, firmly hold the base with one hand, and with the other, twist the knob until the drill cuts its way through the foam board and slightly into the scrap foam board underneath.

When finished, remove the tool from the foam board and push the button on the top to expel the excess foam board from the drill. Always remember to replace the protective plastic caps when not using the drills.
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