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New Intertronics Micro Drill

The new CircuitMedic Micro Drill system from Intertronics is versatile and powerful – making it ideal for milling, drilling, grinding, cutting and sanding circuit boards. It removes coating, cuts circuits, cuts leads, drills holes, cuts slots, shapes FR4 and performs many other procedures using various interchangeable bits.

Peter Swanson, Managing Director at Intertronics is enthusiastic. “This is a great little tool.” he explained. “It is made to dental quality for delicate board work; it is light and easy to use and comes with a quick change chuck for easy replacement of the various ball mills, abrasive bits and cutting discs which come along in the kit.” Swanson continued, “This means that coatings can be quickly removed, fine holes drilled for epoxy repair of blisters and many other pcb repair tasks carried out with precision and speed.”

Unlike most hand-held tools, the Micro Drill features a tiny, high speed DC motor in the hand piece, eliminating bothersome drive cables and giving the technician better control. A separate power supply keeps the hand piece lightweight and reduces fatigue. Power is supplied by a panel switch or foot switch for ease of use. For further information please see or visit their blog at – also see   


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