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3D Printed ‘Hand Pump Drill’ – Printed by Seng-Poh Lee

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Seng-Poh Lee reverse engineered a 3D printed drill by Performance 3-d and printed his very own. This drill uses no electricity or battery power and can drill through many hard materials and metals. Read and see more about this at https://3dprint.com/53353/3d-printed-hand-pump-drill/

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