Object Collections

Search

Search Results

Your search for drill matches 14 pages

Carpenter's Tool Box

Carpenter's Tool Box

Description:

Carpenter's tool box containing a) pin pliers, b) awl, c) gimlet, d) saw set, e) parallel pliers, f) hand drill with three augers (g-i) plus the wooden case (k). Tools were very rusted and were cleaned and oiled by Monty Savage [Volunteer]. Great example of a basic tool kit. This object had been left at the museum by unknown donor and was found in the Soo Bldg. attic.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

010.08.01k

More Info:

View Full Record

Carpenter's Tool Box - drill bit

Carpenter's Tool Box - drill bit

Description:

This is a drill bit for a hand drill [brace] from a carpenter's tool box that was found in collection.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

010.08.01g

More Info:

View Full Record

Carpenter's Tool Box - hand drill

Carpenter's Tool Box - hand drill

Description:

This is a hand drill [brace and bit] from a carpenter's tool box that was found in collection.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

010.08.01f

More Info:

View Full Record

Drill Bit

Drill Bit

Description:

This is a drill bit made of metal.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

013.21.50

More Info:

View Full Record

Drill Press

Drill Press

Description:

This item is a very large drill press, black in colour, and mounted on a plank of wood. The makers mark is visible and reads: "Blower Forge 80, Kitchener ONT, NO 152." This well-known maker of blacksmithing machinery was founded in 1875 by 17 year old Henry Keiper to manufacture the rotary forge blower he had invented. They started manufacturing drill presses by 1889; the first models were hand-powered post drills. The materials used are steel and wood.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

014.12.01

More Info:

View Full Record

Hand Drill - Brace

Hand Drill - Brace

Description:

This is a hand drill [brace]. There is no drill bit attached or wooden handle. Condition: it is well used and rusted and a piece is broken off.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

993.02.01

More Info:

View Full Record

Auger

Auger

Description:

Drilling device/auger with "U" shaped turn device as opposed to "T" handle. This was a bridge auger that belonged to George Walker and was used by Cascade Fir.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

989.29.01

More Info:

View Full Record

Brace and Bit

Brace and Bit

Description:

This tool was used for drilling holes in wood by hand. It was made around the 1930' & 1940's. The Metal Handle is rusted and the rest as well.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

994.07.02

More Info:

View Full Record

Hand Drill, Brace and Bit

Hand Drill, Brace and Bit

Description:

This is an old fashioned drill driver, or hand drill. It has a removable and changeable bit as well as bit holder. It is made mostly of metal, bent to create a handle. Condition: part of the drill near the top is missing, the rest is slightly rusted.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

985.10.17

More Info:

View Full Record

T- Auger

T- Auger

Description:

These augers are long rods made of metal. The long shaft is attached to a T-handle and there is a drill bit at the other end. The auger is turned by hand to bore holes on logs and or planks. These two augers were received by the museum with the Sam Jim house.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

985.10.10ab

More Info:

View Full Record

Planet Jr., Seeder

Planet Jr., Seeder

Description:

This item is a seeder. It has a wheel attached to it as well as a blade for drilling a plate for the seeds. A small lever can be turned to select the seed type or to close the planting device. It has a container to hold the seeds that will be planted. Condition: it is rusted and the paint is fading. Inscription: "Plant Jr., U.S.A., No. 4".

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

985.04.06

More Info:

View Full Record

Chainsaw motor with auger attachment

Chainsaw motor with auger attachment

Description:

A McCulloch chainsaw with auger attachment. The makers mark states "McCulloch super 797 McCulloch Corporation - Los Angeles, California Patent No. 3 269 713" and this tool was used to drill holes in bridge timbers. It was used locally to build logging bridges.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

014.21.01

More Info:

View Full Record

Hand Drill, Brace

Hand Drill, Brace

Description:

Hand drill [brace]. No drill bit attached. Metal bar with flat handle and one end and drill at other end. Middle part is bent out in 'U' shape with handle to allow for turning. Perkins Bros. Logging. Some of these items [012.05] may have previously belonged to Philip's father, Bert Perkins.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

012.05.09

More Info:

View Full Record

Hand Drill, Brace

Hand Drill, Brace

Description:

Hand drill [brace]. No drill bit attached. Metal bar with flat handle and one end and drill at other end. Middle part is bent out in 'U' shape with handle to allow for turning. Perkins Bros. Logging. Some of these items [012.05] may have previously belonged to Philip's father, Bert Perkins.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

012.05.10

More Info:

View Full Record