Russ1393434539 Posted November 24, 2011 Report Share Posted November 24, 2011 Hello, I am Russ and I recently just joined this forum. I'll admit, I don't have a tremendous amount of experience with using drills in general, like with hardware, I am continuously learning new information quite often and really do enjoy learning. So, as most of us know, there are two types of drills, corded and cordless. For a while now, I've wondered if it was possible to convert a corded drill into a cordless drill. After doing some research and talking with some reasonably knowledgeable people, I have learned it is possible and it seems all is needed is a DC converter, 12 volt battery and rosin core solder. Now, it's not that I don't like cordless batteries, I am just simply curious on this matter. Routers have backwards capability and so does certain other electrical devices, so this to me sounds moderately intriguing. I am not sure I'd ever do a conversion given I am not actually sure on all the steps and the fact it is easier to buy a cordless drill (A Dewalt of course) but if anyone has any ideas and or suggestions, I'd be more than thrilled to hear them. I'd like to thank anyone beforehand for taking the time to post any ideas or suggestions as I will admit, this is a rather unusual question to be asked. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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