World's Smallest Working Drill

World's tiniest drill is 0.27 inches wide with 0.02 inches twist drill. The person behind this working equipment is Lance Abernathy, New Zealand based maintenance engineer, who used 3D technology for his record-breaking tool. Lance is now planning to design even a tinier drill in the future. Hope, we don't need a microscope to use his tiny innovations.

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