What Is a Pillar Drill Used for in a Workshop?

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A pillar drill is a stationery drilling machine that can be mounted on a stand. It is used to drill hard materials like metals. It is more powerful and reliable than a hand-held drilling machine.
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A pillar drill is a stationary style of drilling machine that can be mounted on a stand or bolted to the floor or workbench. Unlike a hand-held drill machine; it is far more powerful and accurate. It is basically used to drill holes in a variety of materials.
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