D W Posted August 27, 2017 Report Share Posted August 27, 2017 Does anyone know/have experience with how well a cordless drill protects you against kickback when using the clutch mode for drilling? Let's say you use the highest clutch setting, in theory it should slip just at the point when it binds up and tries to twist (if the torque exceeds that setting). When drilling metal (i.e. when it binds up just before going all the way through) it just might stop that final twist. The clutch would likely hold through the drilling if the hole isn't too big. Hopefully (to avoid embarrassment) this isn't some commonly known trick that I haven't heard heard of. I wanted to test this theory out today but things came up. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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