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A drill is a tool used to make holes in various materials or an alternative to screw in screws, mainly used in construction and DIY projects. For making holes, there are multiple drill bits depending on the material, such as concrete, wood, PVC, and copper. While the first drills were hand-powered, recent models employ electric motors or are cordless, powered by rechargeable batteries.
 
A drill is a tool used to make holes in various materials or an alternative to screw in screws, mainly used in construction and DIY projects. For making holes, there are multiple drill bits depending on the material, such as concrete, wood, PVC, and copper. While the first drills were hand-powered, recent models employ electric motors or are cordless, powered by rechargeable batteries.
   
Sold in hardware stores and found in households and construction sites.
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Sold in hardware stores and found in homes and construction sites.
   
 
==Recycling products==
 
==Recycling products==
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*[[Small Motor]] x 1
 
*[[Small Motor]] x 1
 
*[[Plastic]] x 5
 
*[[Plastic]] x 5
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==How to obtain==
 
==How to obtain==
 
*Likely [[Scavenging]] Locations:
 
*Likely [[Scavenging]] Locations:
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**[[Small Warehouse]]
 
**[[Small Warehouse]]
 
**[[Warehouse (TLS:DZ)|Warehouse]]
 
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery position="center" captionalign="center">
 
<gallery position="center" captionalign="center">
Power_drill.jpg|A cordless, electric drill in real life.
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Power drill.jpg|A cordless, electric drill in real life.
 
</gallery>
 
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Revision as of 19:48, July 2, 2015

Drill
Electric Drill
Game

The Last Stand: Dead Zone

Type

Junk

The Electric Drill is a junk item in The Last Stand: Dead Zone.

Description

Powered hand drill, only good for parts.

Background

A drill is a tool used to make holes in various materials or an alternative to screw in screws, mainly used in construction and DIY projects. For making holes, there are multiple drill bits depending on the material, such as concrete, wood, PVC, and copper. While the first drills were hand-powered, recent models employ electric motors or are cordless, powered by rechargeable batteries.

Sold in hardware stores and found in homes and construction sites.

Recycling products

How to obtain

Gallery

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