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Re: [BKARTS] Japanese punch drill



Hi, Julia,

        I'm not quite sure of what you mean by a punch drill, but if it is like the
one that I have, it is just a matter of putting in the particular punch that
you need to give you the hole that you want.  It will go through any given
number of sheets of paper, depending on the paper that you are using.  The
punch outs accumulate to the point, I suppose, that they come out of their
own accord.  [I never let them accumulate to that point.]  Hope this helps.
But it is indeed a very handy tool!

        Paul in Buffalo

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Subject: Japanese punch drill


I just purchased a Japanese punch drill, but since the
instructions are in Japanese, I thought I'd ask for
advice.
How much can it punch through at once?
Do you need to clean the paper circles out of the
drill? If so, how do you do that?
Any guidance you can give me about how to get the best
performance out of this tool will be greatly
appreciated.
If this is in the archives, what's the thread topic?
Thanks.
Julia in Tallahassee


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