The Makita HP2051FH isn't made of stone, but it'll definitely drill through it effortlessly. It can do this because of its powerful motor. The motor can either go at a low speed (1,200RPM) or high speed (2,900RPM). If that's not enough, it can also produce up to 58,000 impacts per minute. Your brick wall has no choice but to surrender
to this impact drill's power. If you're not drilling through stone for a change, you can easily turn off the impact mechanism. The HP2051FH will then limit itself to rotations, with which you can easily drill through softer surfaces, such as wooden planks. It can also drill holes of up to 13 millimeters in metal panels.