Drill Press

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A drill press, also known as a drilling machine or pedestal drill, is a stationary machine tool designed to accurately and precisely drill holes in various materials. It typically consists of a motor-driven spindle that holds a drill bit, a worktable to support the material being drilled, and an adjustable vertical column that allows for the adjustment of the drill’s height. The drill press is valued for its ability to provide consistent and controlled drilling operations, making it a preferred tool for tasks requiring precision and repetitive hole drilling in metal, wood, plastic, and other materials.

Voltage:220-240V~50Hz
Input power:350W
No-load speed:580-2650rpm
Max.drilling capacity:13mm
Adjustable working table
Spindle speed settings:5
Spindle travel:50mm

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Uses

  1. Hole Drilling:
    • Accurate and precise drilling of holes in various materials such as metal, wood, plastic, and composites.
    • Ideal for creating clean and consistent holes, especially when multiple identical holes need to be drilled.
  2. Counterboring and Countersinking:
    • Creating recessed areas (counterbores) or tapered openings (countersinks) around drilled holes for accommodating screws or bolts flush with the surface.
  3. Reaming:
    • Enlarging and refining existing holes with a reamer to achieve higher precision and smoother finishes.
  4. Mortising:
    • Cutting square or rectangular holes in wood for various woodworking applications, such as joinery for furniture.
  5. Polishing and Sanding:
    • Mounting various attachments like polishing wheels or sanding drums to the drill press for finishing and smoothing surfaces.
  6. Drum Sanding:
    • Using a drum sander attachment to smooth curved or irregular surfaces in woodworking.
  7. Metalworking:
    • Drilling precise holes in metal for fabrication and manufacturing processes, such as metalworking and machining.
  8. Jig and Fixture Drilling:
    • Employing jigs and fixtures to ensure consistent hole placement and depth, making it useful for mass production and repetitive tasks.
  9. Plastic and Composite Drilling:
    • Suitable for drilling holes in materials like plastic and composite, where precision is crucial for maintaining structural integrity.
  10. Jewelry Making:
    • In jewelry fabrication, a drill press can be used for precision drilling in metals and other materials.
  11. Model Making:
    • Crafting models often requires precise drilling for assembly and detailing.
  12. DIY and Home Projects:
    • Various DIY tasks, such as assembling furniture, building shelves, or making home improvements, often involve the use of a drill press for accurate hole placement.
SKU: AHS57434 Category:

Size

Column diameter:46mm
Table size:1 60mmx1 60mm
Base size:291 mmx1 83mm
Net weight:1 9Kgs
Machine height:590mm

Safety Precautions

  1. Read and Understand the Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the drill press’s user manual. It contains important information on proper usage, safety guidelines, and maintenance.
  2. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear appropriate PPE, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from flying debris, and hearing protection to reduce noise exposure.
  3. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the workpiece is securely clamped to the drill press table or held in a proper jig. This prevents the workpiece from spinning or moving unexpectedly during drilling.
  4. Check and Adjust Speed:
    • Set the drill press to the appropriate speed for the material and drill bit being used. Consult the manufacturer’s recommendations for the correct speed settings.
  5. Inspect Drill Bits:
    • Use sharp and well-maintained drill bits. Dull or damaged bits can cause the drill press to bind, leading to potential accidents.
  6. Adjust Depth Stop:
    • Set the depth stop to prevent the drill bit from penetrating too deeply into the material. This helps avoid damage to the drill press or unintended breakthroughs.
  7. Tighten Chuck Properly:
    • Ensure that the drill bit is securely tightened in the chuck. Loose bits can cause erratic drilling and may eject unexpectedly.
  8. Keep Hands Clear:
    • Keep your hands away from the drill bit and moving parts while the machine is in operation. Use a clamp or other tools to hold small workpieces instead of holding them by hand.
  9. Use a Safety Guard:
    • If the drill press is equipped with a safety guard, always use it. The guard helps contain debris and provides an additional layer of protection.
  10. Avoid Loose Clothing and Jewelry:
    • Wear appropriate clothing, and avoid loose sleeves, ties, or jewelry that could get caught in moving parts.
  11. Maintain a Clean Workspace:
    • Keep the work area clean and free from clutter to prevent tripping hazards. Clean away debris from the drill press table and floor regularly.
  12. Turn Off Power Before Adjusting:
    • Always turn off the power and wait for the drill press to come to a complete stop before making any adjustments, changing drill bits, or clearing debris.
  13. Supervise Beginners:
    • If someone is new to using a drill press, provide proper training and supervision until they are familiar with safe operating procedures.

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