TODAY’S PATENT – DRILL DIRECTOR
The DRILL DIRECTOR was invented by Jacob William Sova (Wyckoff, NJ) on the 31st of July 2001 , bearing patent number US6266890B1.
The present invention relates to a device to assist professionals and do-it-yourself persons in drilling straight or angular holes precisely in exact desired locations. The simplicity of this invention allows skilled or unskilled persons to drill holes accurately, normally and efficiently each and every time without wondering where the drill bit will exit, especially when drilling thick materials. This invention is a low cost consumer oriented tool designed for use by any person, regardless of skill level, to drill holes safely and accurately.
This invention completely eliminates the wonder and fear of where the drill bit will exit on the opposite side of the piece being drilled. This invention’s size allows it to be used anywhere a power or manual drilling unit can be utilized. This invention is self adjusting to suit all diameter drill bits and is very easily changed to the desired angle required. This invention’s compact size including only a few parts makes it easy to manufacture with minimal cost. Therefore the invention can be affordable by all persons. The ease of use of the invention guarantees accurately positioned drill holes, which fulfills consumer’s needs.