The drill driver is the cordless drill most basic see rotary drill equivalent for their hands.
A drill driver is a multipurpose tool. Moreover, it can be used for both drilling at high speeds and driving screws into stubborn materials. The chuck is able to hold a variety of bit types. Also, it makes it an ideal choice to suit a range of tasks. A cordless drill driver is available across a variety of battery capacities, technologies, and speed settings. Moreover, it suits both the professional and the serious DIYer.
It is a cordless drill driver that is very small. Further, it is equipped with a battery protection circuit. Makita’s 10.8v CXT tool range uses a slide battery, similar to the extremely successful 18v Li-Ion battery. Also used in the heavier tool range, multi-contact terminals to maintain secure contact even under intense working conditions.
The slide battery fits easily into the equipment and new chargers. Further, it has the same high mechanical strength level and built-in protection to avoid overload. This machine is the brushless direct drive model with no chuck and a 1/4 “hex tool holder that gives an incredibly short body length of just 120 mm to the DF032D. The brushless motor delivers 35Nm of torque to this machine. It runs on the CXT batteries of BL1020B.
For additional fastening power with 2 mechanical gears, the Drill Driver has 20 torque settings plus drill. The DF032DZ has a one-handed keyless 1⁄4 “hex chuck for fast and easy bit installs and removals.
The DF032DZ drill driver can drill & drive but not hammer drill, it has a 10 mm keyless chuck, 2 gearbox speeds, and 20 torque settings, the high-power brushless motor provides a max 1500rpm no-load speed, high 35Nm max torque, drilling up to 10 mm in steel and 28 mm wood.