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Innovative design allows drill bit to rotate a full 360 to get into tight spaces. Split body construction so each body half independently rotates 360. Unique beveled gear assembly allows an infinite number of angle settings for your drill. Hex Shaft Size in. 3/8, Gear Assembly Style Beveled, Chuck Size in. 3/8, Dimensions L x W x H in. 3 1/2 x 9 x 10 7/8, Rotation Direction 360, Body Lock/Unlock Yes. Soft-grip handle has a full 360 rotation around body, providing secure lock/unlock for body 3/8in. keyless chuck fits all drill bits up to 3/8in. shank 3/8in. hex shaft fits 3/8in. and larger drills
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What is Max recommended RPM?

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The orbitor requires 1000 RPM's.
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