Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Tamra Mullins.
In conclusion, cordless screwdrivers are great for small, DIY projects. However, if you're working on larger projects requiring a bit more force and power, an impact driver is the way to go.
You may have noticed that most manufacturers of cordless woodworking tools have started selling so-called "bare tool bodies" meaning that they come with no battery or charger included and a greatly reduced price tag. The reason for this is that most manufacturers (but not all) have discovered that if they make all their tools run on the same 18-volt Lithium Ion battery, they can sell more bare tool bodies while locking in their customers to their brand. End users love this because they do not have to keep laying out hard-earned money for shelves full of different batteries and chargers but, rather can just buy the bare woodworking tools that share the same battery.
For construction jobs from decking to home-additions the speed and power of an impact driver is unbeatable. When it comes to driving screws this tool is indomitable; it is the unflinching force that will lead you, and your projects into sweet victory. The task of screw driving can be a tedious and discouraging one; standard drills struggle to muster the torque for even puny driving applications and seem to strip more screws than they secure. Am impact driver will straighten the shoulders of craftsmen everywhere knowing the impact driver had made their lives more efficient.
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