Reddit Reddit reviews Pin Vise Hand Drill with Twist Drill Bits 31 Pack

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Pin Vise Hand Drill with Twist Drill Bits 31 Pack
☆ SIZE: 1 piece mini pin vise. 30 pieces twist drill bits 0.5/0.6/0.7/0.8/0.9mm (3 pieces for each size); 1.0/1.2/1.4/1.6/1.8mm (2 pieces for each size); 2.0/2.3/2.5/2.8/3.0mm (1 pieces for each size). Complete size pin vice drill kit can meet your different needs.☆ HIGH QUALITY: This adjustable hobby drill has 3 jaw hardened steel keyless chucks to grip the small drill bits tightly. After many uses the drill bit does not skid and not falling off. And can adjust twist drills with a diameter of 0.2 - 3.4mm☆ COMPATIBLE AND USEFUL: The hand drill pin vise can hold small drills; deburrers; wires; reamers is useful for electronic assembling; tool making; model making.☆ WIDE APPLICATION: The small hand drill can be applied to the wood; jewelry; PVC; walnut; amber; beeswax; olive nut; acrylic and plastic etc.☆ NOTE: The adjustable pin vise is a manual tool not a power tool; Twist drill bits set can't fit to hard things like steel; iron; stone.
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6 Reddit comments about Pin Vise Hand Drill with Twist Drill Bits 31 Pack:

u/neverdeadned22 · 9 pointsr/minipainting

Yeah super glue to just to be safe then, and yes they do pin vice

u/banjaloupe · 4 pointsr/Gunpla

If you haven't done this before, I highly recommend you give it a try-- it's easier than you might think! Here's what I used:

  • Mr Hobby Vance Accessories LED module - VAL-01 white chip LED & VAL-03 battery box
  • Piece of translucent red runner - in this case, I think I used one from the RG Unicorn
  • Pin vise that includes a 3mm bit - 3.2mm (1/8 in) might have worked better since the black inner head piece cracked a bit when I put the runner "lens" in.
  • Masking tape - two layers over the LED dimmed it enough that it wouldn't shine through the plastic
  • General gunpla materials - cutter/nipper, sandpaper, hobby knife

    I basically did the same thing as u/setters2 explained in this post, but did no other drilling since I just passed the wire out the back of the head. Also, this is the older HG Zaku II which doesn't have the little monoeye rotator under the chin like the Origin version does (so I didn't do anything to allow the eye to rotate). Then I slipped the LED wire behind the backpack and bluetac'd the battery pack and switch to the backpack-- kinda messy but it's not permanent.
u/metric_football · 4 pointsr/Warhammer40k

Get a pin vise and select one of the drill bits that's safely smaller than the barrel, then drill in. I like to poke the barrel with the point of a hobby knife first in order to give a starting point, otherwise the drill might wander off-center.

Aside from the link above, if your local hobby store has a section for paintbrushes and tools, they probably have this available too.

u/WhiteStripesWS6 · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

No drill press needed my dude, just grab a pin vise.

u/Emergencygeek · 1 pointr/BloodAngels

I’m not in the UK but I bought this off amazon and it’s great.

Pin Vise Hand Drill with Twist Drill Bits 31 Pack

Also these are what I use for script and you can use them for pupils if you don’t want to darken the eyes down.

Sakura Pigma Micron 005 - Pigment Fineliners - 0.2mm - Black [Pack of 3]

u/Fuzzy_Yeti · 1 pointr/Warhammer40k


Pretty sure this was the combo I used for my furioso dred. It comes with the bit. You will want a pin vise to go with it. I've drilled holes without one (and it can be done) but it can lead to some rather nasty chunks being dug out of your hands if you aren't careful. Life is much better with the vise.


I also use a lot of the 1/8 x 1/16 for infantry arms.