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Re: Japanese punch drill



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Hello!

Does anybody have an adress of the producer of this Japanese punch drill?
Thanks

Sascha Bosslet

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> Please don't get me wrong- I LOVE my punch drill- It has worked
> beautifully, even with the abuse of students, for quite some time. I just
> wonder where I've gone wrong, and what to do. My studio is in a building
> that 's owned by an import auto repair guy, and he was amazed by it when I
> asked his advice. The concept AND the tool are good- The mechanic asked
> where he could get one, even as I asked him what he thought about
> repairing it.
> SO. Anyone who has ordered one, don't give up! Hold it vertically, and
> DON'T use it on boards!
> My despair is just that it doesn't work NOW, and I need it- didn't want to
> buy a new one unnecessarily.
> Thanks all,
> Tara
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