drill doctor

drill doctor

[′dril ‚däk·tər]
(mining engineering)
A person who services drill bits, tools, and steels.
A shop where the mechanic works.
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Eleven-year-old Work Sharp Outdoor is one of four Darex brands, which also include Work Sharp Culinary, Drill Doctor and Darex Industrial.
Drill Doctor offers several versions of a special tool that makes drill-bit sharpening almost foolproof.
The manufacturer says resharpening them with the 750X Drill Doctor is a much better idea.
Drill Doctor quickly sharpens drill bits to razor-sharp points and allows drill users to keep working.
Give the Drill Doctor drill bit sharpener as a gift and the recipient will never have to buy new bits again.
Drill Doctor models start at about $80, but you have to spend about $110 to get a version that grinds split points.
A toolhound's dream, the truck comes with more than 40 tools, including an array of corded and cordless tools from PorterCable, RoboToolz laser tools, and a bit sharpening system from Drill Doctor. A Porter-Cable 10,000watt generator, SiteBoss compressor, and ReelCraft power and air reels roll out from the truck's side compartment.
Smith can look forward to receiving a $1,000 Lowe's gift card, Wagner and Drill Doctor tools, and an epoxy floor from Insl-x.
He'll receive a $500 gift card from Lowe's, tools from Wagner and Drill Doctor, and an Insl-x epoxy floor.
The Drill Doctor sharpening machine has been around for a while, but there are some recent innovations, including the new feature-packed 750X machine ($198).
Drill Doctor machines are available from the manufacturer, Home Depot, Lowe's, Sears and Amazon.com.
Those drill bits could have been quickly and expertly sharpened in less than a minute with a Drill Doctor.