Drills

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Tool
Impact Wrench Impact Driver Standard Drill Hammer Drill Rotary Hammer
Model(s) present at i3 Ryobi P260 cordless, and various pneumatic Ryobi P230, Makita TD090D, Makita TD020D cordless Ryobi P204, DeWalt DC987, Makita DF030D cordless, Makita 6408 and Chicago Electric 98179 corded. Ryobi P211 cordless Ryobi P221 cordless
Drive or chuck 1/2" square drive, Ryobi includes 1/4" hex adapter 1/4" hex Jacobs or keyless chuck (1/4" hex on the DF030D) Jacobs or keyless chuck SDS chuck (masonry)
Sockets Made for big impact-rated sockets! Impact-rated sockets OK, may be fruitless Any sockets (impact or not) OK, not likely to accomplish much Any sockets OK in drill-only mode, NOT OK in hammer mode NO
1/4" hex screwdriver bits Even impact-rated bits are likely to shatter. Made for impact-rated screwdriver bits! Any screwdriver bits OK, consider using torque-limiting clutch if present Any screwdriver bits OK in drill-only mode, NOT OK in hammer mode NO
Wood (black) or metal (shiny HSS or gold TiN) drillbits NO NO Made for wood/metal drillbits! Wood/metal drillbits OK in drill-only mode, NOT OK in hammer mode NO
Spade bits, hole saws NO NO Made for spade bits and hole saws! Spades and holesaws OK in drill-only mode, NOT OK in hammer mode NO
Masonry (carbide insert in the tip) drillbits NO NO NO, will dull prematurely Made for masonry bits! Hammer mode ONLY, will dull in drill-only mode. Made for SDS masonry bits!

These tools are in the tool crib. Questions to Nate Bezanson.