Model # DWD460K

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Store SO SKU #1000952690

DEWALT 11 Amp 1/2 in. 13 mm Variable Speed Reversing Stud and Joist Drill Kit


11 Amp 1/2 in. 13 mm Variable Speed Reversing Stud and Joist Drill Kit

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$32499 /box
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Product Overview

The DEWALT DWD460K is a 1/2 in. Right Angle Stud and Joist Drill Kit with Bind-Up Control. Built to drill large holes in wood using ship auger bits, hole saws and self-feed bits. The new drill provides plumbers, electricians and HVAC installers with increased levels of performance, durability and user control on the jobsite. The DWD460K is equipped with an innovative Bind-Up Control feature that provides increased user control in bind-up/stall situations. The Bind-Up Control feature senses a stall during use and adjusts the motor torque to a manageable level. The Bind-Up Control indicator illuminates when it is activated.

  • Bind-up control stall-sensing technology for increased control of reactionary torque
  • Mechanical clutch in low speed delivers increased gear protection
  • 11.0 Amp heavy duty DEWALT built motor for increased power and performance in high torque applications
  • 2 variable speed ranges: 0-330/0-1300 RPM to match appropriate speed to the application
  • Metal gear housing for jobsite durability and increased reliability
  • Adjustable front handle and 2-position side handle provide maximum leverage and control
  • 100% ball-bearing contruction provides durability and longer tool life
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Ratings (10) (5) (13) (16)
Chuck Size 1/2 In. 1/2 In. 1/2 In. 1/2 In.
Batteries Included Yes Yes
Maximum Speed (rpm) 1300 1300 1250 1250
Cordless/ Corded Corded Corded Cordless Cordless
Chuck Type Keyed Keyed Keyed Keyed
Voltage (volts) 60 60
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Customer Questions & Answers

What country is it assembled in?

Asked by: MGF
Mine, purchased a couple years ago, says "Made in China" on the nameplate on it.
Answered by: Grogan14
Date published: 2016-05-26

I wanted to know what the difference is between the one without the case because one says its 22lb and the other says 11

Asked by: Kev
The shipping weight is listed as 21.7 pounds on another retailer's site, so that must be where the 22 lbs. listed here comes from, and would include the weight of the case and other accessories, plus the packaging itself. Several other sites have the weight of the tool itself listed at 11.75 lbs.
Answered by: Grogan14
Date published: 2016-05-26
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Customer Reviews

11 Amp 1/2 in. 13 mm Variable Speed Reversing Stud and Joist Drill Kit is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dewalt quality and reliability. Has good power and torque. Dewalt quality and reliability. Has good power and torque.
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great... great
Date published: 2017-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent heavy duty drill. A manageable beast. I'm a mechanic installing an earthquake retrofit to my garage and I am very happy with this heavy-duty drill. Plenty of torque and the 2-range variable speed with forward and reverse gives it great versatility. This drill has so much power that I was able to drill through 8 inches of studs with ease. I also use it to drill through steel plates for the retrofit and it eats through everything easily. The bind-up control stall-sensing technology delivers as promised. For extra tight spots, I remove the adjustable front handle and just use the 2-position side handle which gives me plenty of control since it has variable speed. It is a manageable beast. This is the same as model DWD460 , 11.75 lb drill, except for $17 more you get a great case to protect it.
Date published: 2015-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great drill, great power. Fits into lots of tight spaces. I'm an electrician and have used Dewalt drills since we first started. I've watched the line of old hole hawgs do some amazing things in the past, as well as some frightening things (breaking wrists, knocking men off ladders, locked bits twisting the handles and ripping through 2x4's). Up until now I've avoided them like the plague. Two years ago my plumber bought one of these new ones (after years of the old dangerous ones) and liked it so much he bought 3 more for his small crew. He showed it to me, I lifted it up and put it down, telling him I couldn't possibly use this tool overhead every day. Today this same plumber brought the same (very used) drill to have me use on a totally-remodeled house (I'm playing his helper to save $). I laughed and said I'd try it, but no promises. Although only 5 pounds heavier than my usual right angle drills, it seems heavier than advertised and more awkward to carry and use than my right angles, possibly because I had no idea it comes with a side handle (not offered to me today). Key for the chuck poorly designed - needs to be deeper to clear head (little things get to me, sorry). Put various sized hole saws, self-feed bits, Forstner bits, auger bits, etc. on it and away I went. Holy mackerel. Dull as most of his bits were (aren't all contractors bits shot?), this drill (presumably 2.5 horsepower or something like that) was flying through everything I touched. Self-feed bits chewed so fast through 2" stock I was peppered with wood shavings. We put some brand new Bosch Nail Killer auger bits in this and they chewed right through nails, staples, deck screws, even 3/4" lag bolts, you name it, like they weren't even there. It powered through even the most challenging of metal-embedded wood as long as our bits were sharp, and so fast. Hole saws, auger bits, etc (dull ones at that) cut through wood like a hot knife through butter. One hole saw was a bit slow in cutting until I realized I had the drill in reverse, and it had been going faster through the board than would my own right angle drill in forward! I braced myself, keeping hands and head positioned for kickbacks that never happened. Not once did I hear the safety clutch kick in or did I experience even one kickback. All day drilling and not one kickback, not even when hitting a lag bolt, not even when I abused the drill grinding out angled holes that surely would have thrown me off my ladder with the Milwaukees. I was laughing all day, saying over and over "I can't believe this tool"..."Did you see how fast I drilled that hole?" The drill's rotating speed is so fast the hole saws never "grab" on initial full contact with wood like my drill does. Your fingers never act as the bumper once the drill exits through the wood like when using my right angle. Tight stud bays were no harder to get at than with my right angle Milwaukee, too. Although heavy, just lift it like you mean it and the tool does the rest. My plumber even used this to drill out shower/tub valve holes. I held my breath while he simply kneeled, rested the huge drill on his knees and used his body as a drill press to delicately slice through the 1/8" fiberglass as if using a utility knife. I'm generally not a big fan of Dewalt but I found their drills, certain saws, and (Perform and Protect) angle grinders to be excellent. My 15+ year old right angle drill had trouble the other day drilling 1 1/4" through 50 year old douglas fir floor joists (new bit, too), and I thought, well, time for a new right angle. My plumber offered me one of those to use for a few days, as he has spares. No need, because guess what I'm buying online tonight? Another one of these.
Date published: 2016-01-05
Date published: 2015-08-11
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