XtremepowerUS 8" Electric Drill Press with Laser 5 Speed Guide Station – Ihubdeal
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XtremepowerUS 8" Electric Drill Press with Laser 5 Speed Guide Stationary Power

SKU: 53501
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Stark 8-inch 5-Speed Drill Press is compact enough to limit space on your work bench but powerful enough to drill through metal, wood, plastics, and more. Its powerful induction motor features ball bearing construction for an extended life, providing smooth and balanced performance even at high speeds

Features:

  • Powerful Drill Press - Power through mental, wood, and other materials at an easy rate with 5 distinguish speeds to satisfy your requirements with different working conditions
  • Guided Line - helps ensure precise hole alignment, while the depth adjustment system lets you drill down consistently every time
  • Keyed Chuck - The chuck accepts drill bits up to a 1/2-inch in size to meet the needs of a variety of projects
  • Heavy Duty Base - Sturdy base prevent walking and wobbling during operation with bolt holes to mount the drill press to a bench top of your choice
  • Powerful Motor - Durable 1/3hp motor feature ball bearing to develop ample torque and smooth performance
  • Five Speed Operation - Adjust the spindles to set the speed at either 760, 1150, 1630, 2180 or 3070 RPM
  • Locking Depth Adjustment - Set the depth adjustment knobs to limit your spindle travel for accurate and repeatable drilling operations

Specifications:

  • Color: Black/Red
  • Motor: 1/3HP
  • Watt: 300
  • Voltage: 120v/60hz
  • Amp: 2.4
  • Chuck Size: 1/2"
  • Tabletilt: 0-45° left and right
  • Spindle Taper: B16
  • Spindle Speeds: 5 (760, 1150, 1630, 2180 or 3070 RPM)
  • Base Size: 11-1/2"(L) x 7-1/2"(W)
  • Overall Dimension: 12"(W) x 17-1/2"(L) x 22-3/4"(H)
  • Certification: Listed

Package Content:

  • Electric Drill Press Machine
  • Drill Check
  • Hex Key
  • Manual

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Craig R Takahashi
If your drill get stuck be sure to turn it off ASP.

Motor is a little weak.