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Adjustable Paper Drill

by McGill


When custom hole punching is required, an adjustable paper drill punch is the perfect tool. For large jobs these drills will punch 6 mm holes in up to 250 sheets of 45 lb. paper at one time. The adjustable drilling heads allow holes to be custom drilled anywhere on the paper edge to accommodate most projects. Available in one hole and two-three hole styles. Manual operation.

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Adjustable Paper Drill

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CHAD K. from WESTERVILLE, OH says:

250 SHEETS, NO MORE LIKE 125 SHEETS AT A TIME.

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Rated by: CHAD K. in WESTERVILLE, OH
250 SHEETS, NO MORE LIKE 125 SHEETS AT A TIME.
Rated by: Jim V. in Temecula, CA
My wife was looking for something to punch holes in her cooking magazines for filing. I ran across the McGill single hole drill punch on MisterArt, and decided to give it a try. It works great! Very little effort to drill holes, and it does a superb job. Very happy with it.
Rated by: Debbie F. in Louisville, KY
I purchased the adjustable 3 hole drill and it works great. Smooth operation, does what it says it will.
Rated by: Barbie B. in Nashville, TN
Very easy to use. It solved a problem for our office at an affordable price.
Rated by: Dan B. in San Francisco, CA
I purchased the small one for single hole punches. Works great. Effortlessly punches a hole in a stack of index cards. The hole is slightly smaller than the one made by my standard three ring binder punch, but the difference is small and doesn't affect the utility at all.
Rated by: Elaine S. in Chicago, IL
The one hole drill works easily with clean holes. The handle turned without effort through a notepad of forty sheets. It is exactly what I wanted.
Rated by: Susan K. in North Brunswick, NJ
Effortless to use; holes are clean. Would love to have additional hole sizes to choose from. I make chipboard books and don't always need as large a hole as the drill makes.
Rated by: Stephanie S. in Hollywood, CA
This paper drill is THE best! It can practically go through a telephone book with very little effort! I LOVE it!! Just make sure you put a stiff binder clip on your item prior to drilling holes. The pressure tends to make things slip, but if they're bound with a clip, no sweat!! Buy it, you'll love it!
Rated by: j C. in Chicago, IL
Works very smoothly and effortless
Rated by: Dianne M J. in Okmulgee, OK
We make a variety of promotional material including calendars, fliers and signs. I bought this single-hole drill hoping it would replace my local printer...and it has! This little paper drill can go through many pages of card stock with ease. It is small so it stores easily and is simple to use. I have successfully replaced my local printer and do all my printing, binding and hole drilling in house saving me tons of time and a notable amount of money! This is an inexpensive, easy to use machine that has made my work a whole lot easier.
Rated by: Norm K. in Carlsbad, CA
This item does just what I need it to do, which is quickly and cleanly drilling 3-hole binder pattern in workbooks, magazines, and other material that I organize in binders. It is the only manual 3-hole paper drill that I have been able to find.
Rated by: Russell B. in Powder Springs, GA
The paper drill is exactly what I needed. I like to archive woodworking magazines I subscribe to. With the paper drill I can drill the entire magazine to fit in a binder.
Rated by: Carolyn W. in Austin, TX
I love my paper drill. It's easy to use and making notepads has never been easier. I give it a two thumbs up.
Rated by: Kim C. in Kennewick, WA
What a wonderful tool! It can drill through thick chipboard easily. Great for making books, journals and scrapbooks.
Rated by: J. R. in Escondido, CA
Great product! A "must have" tool for all of your crafting needs. This drill, drills through a good thickness of paper. Perfect for drilling holes in your journals and albums.
Rated by: Debi N. in Lewiston, ID
Great product. Drills holes through brochures and magazines in a snap!

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